Push for Music
I got this porcelain cab at BeadExpo--I think it's porcelain! The necklace is called Lunatic Fringe.
This is a tiny bottle I found at BeadExpo, covered with matte green/blue micro-tubes (new from the Czech republic), that I bought at the BeadCats booth at BeadExpo. The silver beads in the necklace are Balinese (bought at BeadExpo) and Nepalese (a gift from my friend Beth, from her trip to Nepal). The bottle is covered in brick stitch, since the microtubes are tiny but longer than wide (like teeny, tiny bugles) and I wasn't sure that the beads would look good in peyote stitch. I did use peyote stitch to cover the bottom of the bottle, though, and it looks just fine. Anyone into mini beads should check out these micros.
This is a necklace I've made for my best friend Beth for Christmas. . It's from a pattern on
Maria Oldring's Page.
Beaded Medicine Pouch
This is my son's "medicine pouch" filled with his choice of "power objects". It's flat peyote/gourd stitch on doeskin.
My dad gave me this crystal-I sheathed it in round gourd stitch, brought up an apron of flat gourd, and the necklace is netted.
This one I showed in a local jewelry store, along with the matching bracelet on the bracelet page. Peyote/gourd stitch accented with coral, strap is square stitched.
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