Azurite is a valued decorative stone. Most often it takes a blue or blue-green color. There is already one pendant in my collection. I trim the blue azurite pendant in navy blue colors.
There are never too many pendants 🙂 This time a pendant with two howlites in the bead embroidery technique was made. Beautifully reconstructed howlites are trimmed with gold and blue toho beads.
Rivoli crystals are available in beautiful colors. There were bracelets with crystals and earrings (here). This time I sewed a ring. The colorless crystal was surrounded with silver toho 11/0 beads. I sew the ring with the peyote technique.
Another men’s bracelet made of toho 11/0 beads on a loom. I made the first one some time ago (here). I am trying a few more, maybe in different techniques.
Recently, an entry was made about a beautiful collection of tiny beautiful firepolish bead bracelets. It was the first part of the photos “here”, and now I invite you to see another batch of photos. This is how the entire collection looks like.
After a long break, I go back to writing my blog. I was still creating new jewelry, learning new techniques, only writing time was missing. Today I am going to start with tiny beauties that I love for the simplicity of the
Recently, I liked sewing in the soutache technique. First, I sewed two stones of Cairo Night with toho beads, and then trimmed with soutache string in shades of navy blue.
Another from a series of bracelets with toho and superduo beads. This time the parts of the bracelet have the shape of flowers, similar were already here. They are light, flowing, beautifully arranged on the hands and absolutely do not cooperate during
To conjure up the weather, which recently is not conducive to walking, I sewed Native American style earrings in summer colors. Earrings of this type have appeared on the blog several times as feather earrings and Native American style earrings.
Earlier, from time to time bracelets with firepolish beads appeared on the blog. It was caprice. This time, I sewed a silver bracelet with a similar technique but bracelets are different. Caprice bracelet is sewn with monofilament threads that stiffen the bracelet and