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Labradorite stone macrame pendant necklaces, and one howlite stone. And, loads of knots.
“In ancient Egyptian religion, the sun god Ra is seen to roll across the sky each day, transforming bodies and souls. Beetles of the Scarabaeidae family (dung beetle) roll dung into a ball as food and as a brood chamber in which to lay eggs that are later transformed into larvae. For these reasons the … Continue reading
Staying cool and tying some knots. This macrame bezel technique is easy and versatile. I suspect I’ll have lots of fun looking for gemstones and rocks to wrap. Enjoy your summer.
Just finished up this macrame mandala barrette secured entirely by knots.
“Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.” – Buddha Special Buddha ceramic pendant from Birgitta Lejonklou (AngelWhisperer at Etsy). Knotted by me using a modification and twist on one of Sherri Stokey’s macrame tutorials.
Trees Laden with Parasites and Epiphytes in a Brazilian Garden, 1873 Marianne North. I found myself with a little time on my hands this week and I was inspired to participate in the Art Bead Scene June Monthly Challenge. I did a full year of the challenges in 2012 (you can read about that … Continue reading
“And it stoned me to my soul Stoned me just like Jelly Roll And it stoned me And it stoned me to my soul Stoned me just like goin’ home And it stoned me” (Van Morrison)
Even though summer is over for most, it is still hot here in the Mojave desert and I am still dreaming of a visit to the beach. That’s probably why I designed this double wave bracelet in aqua and tan (waves and sand). The earrings are recycled from a tin found at a yard sale.
I made this macrame necklace a few weeks ago and I’m just getting around to taking photos. Here it is, quick and easy. That brilliant Buddha Pendant is by Swedish artist Birgitta Lejonklou (Create With Spirit). I added a few Tim Holtz metal components as a reminder to LISTEN.