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I’m going to have a vendor table at the 2010 Frantz Glass Bash on Aug 21. My mom and I went last year–the demonstrations were great, the glass was awesome, and the food was to-die-for. There were a few people selling glass beads, one tent of tribal-ey stones and stuff, and Double Helix was selling [...]
I just uploaded my first spinning batts to Etsy. These are merino wool that I hand-dyed, then carded with hand-dyed tussah silk. They’re really pretty, and make me want to spin them myself (as if I have the time!)
Thanks to SewingBusiness.com for linking to my maternity jeans tutorial!
I think it’s important for jewelry artists to have a recognizable style. It allows creativity within guidelines, and also keeps one’s jewelry from just copying what everybody else is doing. As I’m trying to develop a distinctive style of my own, one thing I keep coming back to is the hammered silver shapes, including paddle [...]
I spent the last two mornings making jewelry upstairs in my studio before it got too hot! I just listed these three on Etsy:
I’ve just listed my first four items on Etsy! Pretty silver and stone jewelry inspired by the Blanca Lake and Sauk River photos. Take a look!