Friday, June 26, 2015
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Light, dark and medium pinkknot-work in Andean pebble weave. Cotton of course, reversible AND handmade Juniper buttons on one side!
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Relearning Andean pebble weave!
Finally success! Now onto bracelets and anklets!
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Monday, June 15, 2015
Ooopps! I totally forgot to post the finished product.
If you look closely you can even see a tiny little bit of pink pastel in the petals.
I love this one. I wish my dragons, and any other living creature that I try to draw, would come out this well.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
New batch of bracelets!
Remember girls and boys that I will customize these bracelets for you at no additional charge. Within certain parameters you can even pick the designs, but you definitely get to pick the colors and the buttons and whether or not you wanted to fit your wrist or your ankle.
Without any lettering on your bracelet it becomes totally reversible.
I love how these colors pop!!! I cannot even decide which side I like better. LOL
And then I added a little love to brighten your day.
And now on the more serious side. I learned a valuable lesson this week. I'm a pretty trusting kind of person and I don't usually require people to pay upfront for customized work. Unfortunately this time I was asked to put someone's a initials on a bracelet, and after talking with this person and figuring out a time and place where we could meet she then decided not to answer my communications at all for over a week now.
Normally I would just put the bracelet on my table and sell it, but I can't do that with someone else's initials smack in the middle of it.
This person even went as far as to ask me to make the bracelet twice its normal length so that her daughter could grow into it over time.
Live and learn. It turned out very cute too! And now all I want to do is take the scissors and cut it in half.
Her l loss and my lesson learned.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Friday, June 5, 2015
Custom bracelet for a tiny friend!
2nd time...much better. Sometimes it's the details.
And now back to the loom.