I was in the mood for macramé recently, and sat down to make something. I had all this remnant yarn lying around from my past knitting projects, and thought I would use a couple of them for this. I first made a wire-based yoke from my 18-gauge copper wire. Since I didn't really have anything… Continue reading Macramé ornament
Thanks to my sister who searched for wires online and ordered them, I now own two new copper wires -- 18-gauge and 22-gauge dead soft ones.It's been a while since they arrived, but I left for a vacation immediately after they did, so I haven't had a chance to use them. Now that I'm getting… Continue reading New wire!
Oh yay! My first attempt at an asymmetric necklace is successful, I must say. The necklace is 90cm (36") long overall. I started out wanting to make something just like this, and this is one of the few times the result of my work resembles whatever is in my head when I begin. How I… Continue reading My very own asymmetric long chain necklace
I have stashes of strong, thin, flexible, colored wire that nevertheless does not hold its shape very well. I used to make bracelets with this wire, but it's been a while since I used any of it. This time, I decided to use it for a different purpose -- to make a pendant. Because the… Continue reading Crazy wire-caged pendant