Aug 25, 2012

Asymmetrical Balance


Sophistication and style is shown in this wire crocheting necklace. There is balance and asymmetry, bringing up the beauty. 
I love using different technics and combining those technics in making a jewelry necklace.

In this stunning necklace I used non-tarnish artistic wire, crocheted lace with fresh water pearl, embroidered with semi-precious turquoise chips bead, semi-precious coral chips beads on the wire crocheted lace, and added freshwater pearls dangles. 

Aug 12, 2012

Golden Lace

Making a jewelry using a technique called  ANKARS -Volumetric Shuttle Tatting or 3-dimensional tatting. The tatting is  made by tiny looping  and very tight  knotting tread that creates a intricate and delicate lace.
In this necklace I used DMC size 5 metallic gold tread, cream color textured 12mm glass pearls, size 10 gold metal beads, size 8 mm glass pearls, gold cracked  pearls, and 3mm glass pearls.

Waves Of The Mediterranean


This elegant wire crochet set includes a necklace with matching earrings. This design is in blue stone beads and green glass beads . These colors remind me of the color of the Mediterranean Sea . The blue and green beads are crocheted into a silver non-tarnish wire.

Forest Green

I made this necklace by using the beading stitch technique called Right Angle Weave (RAW) .
This necklace is done in green aventurine 4mm stone beads, matte medium green beads and toho gold beads with drops made with smooth arrow peridot glass beads.

Also, this Right Angle Weave  necklace has matching earrings.