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Taking the Redeye to Ohio
This was a week when lots of projects came together. First, I finished the red-eyed tree frog piece, and I’m delighted with how it turned out. I think it’s actually cuter than the first version. He has a much more mischievous look about him as he climbs further out on the fern frond. He’s all packaged up and ready to travel to his new home. I’m also pleased that I was able to finish my new ‘Trail to the Clearing” piece. I’ve been taking pictures as the piece progressed, which I’ll share. I…
How to do macrame knots - VERTICAL LARKS HEAD
In this video I will slowly show you how to create a VERTICAL LARKS HEAD KNOT. I will take you through each step. This is the same knot that you would have u...
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In this issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, you’ll explore wire working with the latest tools for wire jewelry making as well as wire wrap and chain maille projects. You’ll learn how jewelry artists are giving back to their communities and advocating for change. You’ll also discover Picasso stone and learn to set it. And you’ll find all the winners from Interweave’s Jewelry, Bead and Gem Arts Awards competition.
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DIY Weaving | Lindsey Campbell on Instagram: “Triangle loom packs launch in 6 hours! Time zones can be hard, and we wanted a good time across the globe, so 3pm PDT, 6pm EST and 8am…”
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Bought this at the Jinny Ring Craft Centre in Worcestershire and I love it to bits. One day I'll work out how it's made and have a go at doing some myself, using up some of the interesting odds and ends of wool in my workroom.
Peggy’s Weaving Tips > Keeping count while making warps
This comes from page 44 in my Book #1, Winding a Warp & using a Paddle. Here is how to use a counting string to keep count of how many threads you’ve measured. I like to use it to mark …