The first was my new year's necklace. I couldn't be more thrilled with how it turned out, but it went through more than one reconstruction.
I've also been working on a something for a special February edition of She Made/She Made, hosted by Therese Frank and Christine Altmiller.
I know, you can't stand the wait, can you? I'll give you a sneak peek.
Check back on February 28 for the reveal.
Finally, I've been working with components made by Sharyl from Sharyl's Jewelry. Another sneak peek? Okay, since you asked.
I plan to share my creations using Sharyl's components next week, so stay tuned.
In the mean time, I've managed to complete a few bracelets.
From left to right, they are:
Sleek Cuff - I love how this turned out. It's a quick pattern (it took me one afternoon to complete) and looks fabulous.
Double Cylon bracelet - This was also a fun bracelet once the final step clicked. This version is two lengths of cylon weave joined together. I love how it looks in copper and brass.
Fire Wyrm - This might be my new favorite weave. It is a different spin on full Persian and I love how it looks. This one is in all copper, but I could see adding a bit of color.
Dragonscale - I think I started this bracelet around Thanksgiving. It's one of those weaves that takes a long time, or at least it seemed to. I finally made myself finish it and I love how it looks.
Of course, all of these patterns came from Blue Buddha. (No, I don't work there, even though it seems that I'm plugging their tutorials every week).
I still have those dragon's eye pendants on my table, so hopefully, I'll have some other finished pieces to share with you soon.