It has been a busy week and the month of November is going to remain busy. My Aunt, who generously presents my jewelry at her shows, will be having two events in November. I will be assisting.
I took my latest creations to work to show what I had been doing and
sold two necklaces and gained one repair job. I have to finish the second
necklace and repair job today. I will try to take pictures.
I have been busy adding links to my RSS feed, which explains in part, why I
have over 300 un-read blog posts in my reader. The new links are available on
the All My Blog Links page under the subtitle New Links. There are 28 new
links, all worth a visit.
I added 3 Polish blogs, and probably would have added more had I had the
time to follow links on those blogs. Check out: Bizuteria by Dominikana
for beautiful wirework, Margita-
hand embroidered jewelry for stunning and bright soutoche, and Haft koralikowy by Jagienkaa for
exquisite bead embroidery.
If you are looking for patterns, don't miss: Gyöngyékszer minták.
I find quite a few links through Lori Anderson's Bead
Soup Blog Party which is where I found: Objects and
Elements a truly awesome site with step by step tutorials. The last
two tutorials were for wearable journals. The step by step instructions
made it look easy to create these metal covered, hinged, journals. What
more could you ask for?
I am at heart a bead weaver. If you want complex multipart tutorials
for big finished pieces, do not miss: Tutoriels perles, Créations Laure.
The link for Bead Perles is
a shop, but they have great interviews with European beaders. What a
Finally, I posted a link to my friend Karen
Landis. I expect some day she will be well known.