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chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
I love to create one of a kind jewelry that is unique, different, and of course, beautiful. I work with several techniques and materials. I do wire wrapping, metal working, and beadweaving. Much of my work is for sale at my Etsy shop and my Zibbet shop (see link at the bottom of this profile.) You can also contact me directly. I have much more than is displayed in either shop. You can contact me through e-mail. I accept payment through PayPal. I'll also be happy to work with you on custom orders. Just tell me what you want and I'll try to accommodate. And thanks for looking! *Please note that these are my original designs and are copyrighted. Please do not copy my designs. Thank you for your artisic integrity and consideration. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Here's the finished Goddess. I've listed her on Etsy.
Changes I made since the last post: I added one more beaded dichroic focal at the bottom and I added the Kumihimo neck rope, which is woven with Sulky thread (just like silk).
BeadLilly commented on one of my freeform bracelets, saying I have a 'gift' for freeform. Thank you, BeadLilly. I do love freeform because I can do whatever seems right at the moment and don't have to worry about being consistent or following a pattern -- which seems difficult for me to do.
By the way, I've recently joined another selling site -- DaWanda. It's based in Europe: England, France, Germany, but there are people there from all over. Prices are listed in Euros.
Not much action there yet, but the interface is really user friendly.


Cattrix said...

Lovely! I think she looks so peaceful... I used to do this kind of beading... very time consuming!
A beautiful piece.

GrandmaMarilyns said...

I love your goddess. She is very beautiful. I envy you as I have a hard time doing free form. I need to have the stability of a pattern even if it is one I create.

ClaireCreations said...

And again, GrandmaMarilyn, thanks for taking the time to look.
I do better on freeform because I find it difficult to remain consistent in patterns.