Kumihimo, Soutache, and Inspiration

Blogged under Around the Web by Tammy on Sunday 23 February 2014 at 10:55 am

Resin Crafts Blog
Sometimes it is best to just use resin as a glue!

Art Bead Scene
Have you always wanted to try Kumihimo? Try out guest blogger Ema Kilroy’s handy tutorial for combining Kumihimo and art beads!

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton
Stamping on metal, Andrew created a series of pendants that have a positive message with the newsprint letter set from ImpressArt.

Downton Abbey Inspired Earrings & Bracelet
Truth be told, the set wasn’t inspired by Downton Abbey. The earrings were inspired by a moonstone ring for which Eileen couldn’t find matching earrings. The bracelet was a recycling project of a filigree link removed to tighten a belt. But don’t they look quite Edwardian?

Charlene Sevier Jewelry
Yes, you too can learn to solder and make gorgeous jewelry using techniques traditionally used to make stained glass. Charlene reviews a book that shows you how.

Snap out it,Jean! There’s beading to be done!
Jean reviews the fascinating jewelry design book, Soutache & Bead Embroidery by Amee K. Sweet-McNamara

Mixed Media Artist
Dryer sheets? DRYER SHEETS?? Yup…they’re great!

Beading Arts
Cyndi shares part one of her tutorial on how she integrated soutache braid into her bead embroidery.

Carmi’s Art/Life World
There is a truly exciting way to create a scarf that does not require you using knitting or crochet needles. Take a peak at what you can make with water soluble stabilizer.

Mixed media quilt project
Cherie continues the middle squares of her anniversary quilt.

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