Tuesday, May 26, 2009

GROWING




Another project from Mary Hett's book, "Wrap, Stitch, Fold & Rivet". This type of wireworking can be very addicting, and I really like how the physical movement involved in the process leads you to where you can go, and it can change with every twist of the metal. I actually made a few more projects that I will post later in the week.

13 comments:

Doreen said...

That is so fun and interesting. It looks cute on your wrist. I don't know how you would store it in a nice and compact way though?? Can't wait to see the other projects you made :-)

Deryn Mentock said...

Wow, Sharon...very pretty!

Kristin said...

This is gorgeous Sharon. I really like the organic feel.

julie Haymaker thompson said...

OHHHHH I have a tiny pair of earrings done in very thin gold wire and they are also done in this style. I love them so delicate. Julie

SummersStudio said...

This is enchanting, like the work of fairies.

Marbella Designs said...

very pretty, i don't know if i have the patience for that.

SharonP said...

Very unique, and so elven-like. I can picture the Lothlorien elves wearing this!

stregata said...

Lovely, Sharon. You are really committed to working through that book! Exceptional.

The Joy of Nesting said...

How delicate!!Perfect for a faerie (or human) bride for a "Midsummer Night" wedding :)

Pattie ;)

sharon said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments. I really nebver think about fairies....guess I'll have to do some research!!

Chrissie Grace said...

Gorgeous!!:)

lilylovekin said...

It is so delicate, it reminds me of babys breath in a bouquet of flowers.

sharon said...

Thank you again everyone!!

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