Monday, February 16, 2009

An Item A Day - Day 13

I have been working on this piece for weeks.  Hubby says it was more like months.  It was an in between other projects project.  True crafters will know exactly what I mean!  Regardless, it is FINALLY finished.   So it is today's item of the day.


Thousands of tiny glass beads and days of work went into this lovely cuff style bracelet. Subtle, soft tones were used to follow the wandering path of the white beads.

Original design bracelet in teal, lavender, white and silver lined clear seed beads.

This bracelet is 2" or 50 mm at it's widest point. It narrows down to 5/8" or 15 mm. Wearing length is 7" or 18.5 cm.

Strong Fireline thread was used in constructing this piece. It not only gives it durability, but it added body and created a gentle, natural curve to the piece.

Closes with a hidden single snap.

4 comments:

Stef H: (Illinois, US) said...

WOW Sandy! This is stunning. All that work, time & effort. I can truly relate. It's like when I used to knit & crochet!!!!

I love these colors. I may just have to do a card with these colors. What fun!

Have a marvelous Monday!

A day at the Cappuccino Café said...

Absolutely beautiful! I could never have the patience for this kind of work...you did a fantastic job =) Bravo!!

Aunt Pitty Pat's said...

What a wonderful bracelet.. I love to bead using indian designs. All of the items that you have made are fantastic :)
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Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Dear Sandy,
Hello! Thank you for following my blog! You must stop in for my latest. You jewelry is DIVINE! I love the colors of your glass beads. How did you find me? I am an avid admirer and owner of jewelry of all types. Come and visit again and I will do the same! Blessings, Anita