Saturday, June 19, 2010

Right Angle Weave Bracelet








I have been making a lot of bracelets and necklaces lately for a shop in the Adirondacks called Red Truck Pottery in Chestertown, New York. The owner, Bill Knoble, has moved to this area lately since he married one of my good friends.  Bill makes incredible ceramic dinner ware and fires it in a giant wood fueled kiln.  His glazes are to die for.  As you can imagine, I am pleased to be asked to have my jewelry in his shop.
 The photos above are one of the bracelets I have been making.  I used turquoise rounds,  tiny mookite disks and one of my toggle clasps with those great leaf toggle bars from Bello Modo.  The bead work is made with number 6  seed beads and is the right angle weave stitch.

5 comments:

  1. I like the simplicity of it.

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  2. Beautiful and I do love your toggle clasps.

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