Monday, 24 November 2014

jewellery - finishing

It seems to take me forever to make a piece of jewellery.  I make part of it, then it sits for months before I do anything with it!


I recently made the worlds longest kumihimo braid (disclaimer: that's not actually true) and wasn't sure what to do with it.  In the end I made a double wrap braid and used the rest as a necklace for this knitted copper wire heart pendent I made ages ago.  The twisted wire necklace it was hanging had become kinked and misshapen so it was time to rehang it.


I finished this peyote triangle pendent in a bead class ages ago.  I wasn't sure what to hang it on, then mum gave me this beaded cord.  It was ready made, I didn't make it.  I thought the pendent would be ideal to hang on it.


The only problem was that I couldn't get the beaded cord through the bail as the bail was tiny.  I used a bit of wire to create a hanger instead.  Perhaps not the most elegant solution, but it works.


I love this beaded cord and have a bit more of it, I might have to make a pendent to go with it...  give me another year or so and I'm sure I'll get round to it!





6 comments:

CREATIVE KHADIJA said...

So cute :)

Rachel said...

I, too, have a whole selection of half-made jewellery. In my case, partly because I was waiting to buy some findings at the Harrogate Knitting and Stitching Show last week!

Sandra :) said...

Two UFO's done and ready to wear - very nice, Miss Wendy! I'd be interested in seeing a picture of your jewellery collection!

CeLynn said...

I really love that peyote triangle,it looks very pretty.

Jane Galley said...

I've got lots of quilts and stitched pieces like that :) must get round to finishing them off

margaret said...

3 great finishes not tried jewellery need more hours in a day and today I have been up since 4.30am gave up trying to get back to sleep as had been awake from 3 no doubt I will be weary by lunchtime!