It took me four tries to finally make a post about a macrame board because I kept losing my pages! So today's page recycles one of those lost pages to show the item I made on the board:) —It also collects the bracelet pages together.
Macrame bracelet. The ceramic button is by Kathleen Robinson. Other materials: nylon, glass, superglue. 7 inches at shank; 9” including fringe. 2008, (executed by) sylvus tarn. I combined two exposures of the picture to light both button and beads.
My first bracelet was not, in my opinion, very successful; I didn't care for the colors that came in my kit, and couldn't figure out how to make the shapes work together, either separately or in clumps. Kathleen indulged my whining by giving me more beads for the fringe, and even a standup bottle of superglue. I resolved to figure out how I could make this technique work for me.
Glassact is having a round robin bracelet project featuring charms made with our own lampwork. 3rd in the series. 09dec2009
Glassact is having a round robin bracelet project featuring charms made with our own lampwork. 4th in the series. 10dec2009
I made this spacerbar charm in green and purple for my own bracelet in the glassact round-robin charm bracelet project. 08dec2009
Glassact is having a round robin bracelet project featuring charms made with our own lampwork. This post features my first three efforts. 07dec2009
A fun class featuring an easy technique at our glass bead guild's winter retreat. Originally posted 01mar08. 01mar2008
Beaded crochet bracelet featuring lampwork. Originally created & posted 11jan07. Private collection. 11jan2007
This classic bracelet celebrates silver—silver pixie, silver pearls, sterling silver. Originally posted 12jan07 12jan2007
Multi-strand freshwater pearl, moonstone, white pixie and bali silver bracelet made to match a similiar necklace . Originally posted 09dec06. (Private collection.) 09dec2006
Two multi-strand freshwater pearl and silver bracelets 2002, originally posted 17oct06. Whereabouts unknown. 17oct2006
How can you lose a page? Um, on this site it's actually pretty easy, though I have more tools now than I did in 2008 for finding them again.
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