Denim blue rondelles and other crystals woven into a very simply constructed bracelet. Which would you choose – full cuff or the slightly shaped bracelet with feature woven section in the middle? Made using 3mm wax cotton cord and fine 10lb hemp cord. Advertisements
I used one of my favourite knotting and braiding techniques – Switchback braid – to create these gorgeous stacking bracelets and I think the pastel colours are the perfect way to show off the new Scarab beads from Swarovski. Get your beads, cords and pattern from I-Beads.
Summer is in the air and it is definitely prime wedding season. The new issue of Handmade Wedding is in the shops and features some amazing ideas including a few of mine. Subscribe to Handmade Wedding here The hair vine is one of my favourite designs made… Read More
My love of textiles and textile techniques is always evident in my jewellery designs. #createyourstyle #weaving #swarovski #crystals #denim This cuff designed to illustrate the ‘Earth’ theme for the new Swarovski launch features simple weaving. Worked with a 3mm wax cotton cord, fine hemp… Read More
As someone who loves incorporating textiles into jewellery designs, these soutache earrings (one would make a brilliant pendant) were just a joy to make – featuring some fabulous fancy stones such as the pretty powder blue oval as a centre piece – and so easy… Read More
Military style is on trend and with colours including bright red softened with platinum – perfect for Christmas!
Crystal Scarabaeus Green is one of the new colours just released by Swarovski. I used a current favourite necklace design to hang one of the large Kaputt pendants, designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, which has been embellished with micro Swarovski chatons. It’s a new technique using clear… Read More