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Monday, March 23, 2015

A Little More Freeform


Friday's blog post mentioned how my brother won a giveaway Karen Williams was having a celebration of her new book, Explorations in Freeform Peyote Beading.  He generously passed those winnings on to me!  There were some beads left over after the amulet bag was finished, so here is what I made.  Sweet, simple, all Karen's beads (including that beautiful button), and oh-so-comfortable!  When I went to photograph it, I could not find it.  I looked EVERYWHERE.  It was on my wrist the whole time.


Beautiful Grey and a beige-lilac

LOVE that button!  

The waves were a freeform surprise! I intended to make a flat piece.  I am glad it did its own thing ~ it gives it character! 



Once again, Thank You Doug, Thank You Karen!  You made my winter less bleak :-D

7 comments:

Maryanne said...

I love it!!!! It looks great on you. Freeform is addictive, by the way!

windrock studio said...

What a magical piece! No wonder it could hide on your wrist like that ... you sure did those beads, and gorgeous button, proud.

Miss Val's Creations said...

Beautiful! I can see how it is so comfortable. Great button accent!

Patti Vanderbloemen said...

Ooh, I love this, especially that button! So good to see you enjoying this technique...the bag is fabulous!

I laughed when you commented that you could not locate the bracelet for photographing! Done that! A true testament to its comfort!

Liz E said...

I hope you venture forth into more freeform!

Sarah Sequins said...

Nice job!

Congratulations on your new book. Isn't it awesome?

Doug van Dyke said...

There's something about these free form items that are so organic, they look like they're always moving. I dig the motion in them. Glad I'm not the only one who looks for things that are already on my person. Must be genetic :-)