March 2, 2014

I can't Stop KNOTTING

I got a little carried away but they turned out so cute and I am really fond of these new Knotted Necklaces. I used up some hoarded Jade Scott charms, and some other great artisan made beads for these beauties. Each one uses linen cording, which I knotted each of the beads on one by one.  A time consuming process but one that really yields a fabulous end product! Each one also incorporates a little signature Leather embellishment!

These are all now listed in MY ETSY STORE!









10 comments:

  1. They're all so lovely...

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  2. They are all so bright and cheerful!

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  3. Julie B3/02/2014

    Wow you've been busy! Every one is gorgeous :)

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  4. Gorgeous necklaces. I also love this technic. Planning to make a couple of necklaces myself.

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  5. All lovely. And so much work! My fingers hurt just thinking about it. Worth so much more than you are pricing them at...they are a steal! I adore the leather loophole. That is brilliant! I make a multistrand bead soup sort of necklace I call Toast of the Town. Great way to use up those beads just littering your table! Enjoy the day. Erin

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  6. Oh they are supper cute love the treasure one!

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  7. They are lovely all of them. Such nice color schemes, and combinations of the beads. I love knotting too, but I don't believe I've used it in a necklace before. I am a bit unsure. I will certainly have a go now that you have inspired me. Both with the knotting and the bead combos. Thanks!

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  8. Wonderful designs. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. My neck hurts just looking at all this work. They are all so appealing in colors and little details!

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  10. I find your work so inspirational! Your bead combinations are wonderful and your designs are unique, definitely your own style. I look forward to your posts!

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