Nothing too complicated in the jewelry making department today. Just finished up this bracelet by recycling some wire wrapped buttons, some orphan wire wrapped lampwork beads, and some left over bits of c-lon cord. It’s a light and fun piece with an adjustable toggle closure. Now off to play with some metal patinas that UPS just delivered.
My first attempt at micro-macrame cavandoli knotting of a necklace adding in cords as it was knotted and without using a pattern. I just let my fingers fly. The cord length is 18″ and the stone length is approximately 1 1/2″. It can also be worn as a choker necklace by looping the button closure through the last ‘large’ loop instead of the small loop on the end.
Organic style lampwork glass focal bead and a solid colored blue slate micro-macrame necklace with a small button hole closure.
Hand cut and dyed silk ribbon, recycled silk sari yarn, leftover bits of c-lon cord from micro-macrame projects, torched glass tipped copper head pins, lampwork wired wrapped beads and hammered copper wire. It’s a color fest. Thanks to Shannon Levart for her inspirational tutorial. Check out her work at missficklemeadiacom.
This micro-macrame bracelet is specifically for all the turtle fans out there. Enjoy!