Sunday, December 01, 2013

TEE SHIRT NECKLAS

 Here is another necklas made with a tee shirt.
I simply took the neck and cut it part way around, then left an amount in the front.  I then sliced the fabric from the bottom up to the neck  added pony beads and knots.  How simple is that?  I think I will make some more of these in different colors.  It just slides over your head.
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Sunday, September 01, 2013

Copper Pendant

 This was done by using a piece of cardboard and covering it with batik fabric.  Then stamping with paint and wrapping with copper wire and beads.
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Kroger pendent

 Here is another pendent made from a Kroger bag and gold wire. 
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Grocery Bag pendent

 I saw this technique on You Tube severak months ago and made several using colored plastic bags and wire. 
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Monday, August 26, 2013

Yoga Class Cancelation

Ladies and gentleman,
I just wanted to let you know that my husband passed on Saturday, so I will not be teaching on Tues the 27th.  Please check this blog,  but right now I plan on being there on Thurs.  Also, if you know anybody else in the class that might not check please give them a call.

Thanks,
Sheril

Sunday, June 30, 2013

New Project

 I've been playing with a new idea for bracelets.
This one is made from the seam of an old pair of jeans.  Strung with wire and beads added.  I've make quite a few and will share one at a time. 
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Monday, April 29, 2013

Another new piece of jewelry

 Just finished this piece.  Again I used hand dyed strips of tee shirt fabric and then adorned it with some glittsy threads.
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New Piece

 I'm still working on new ideas for jewelry.
This is made of strips of handdyed tee shirt fabric.
I felt it needed a little glitz to glued on some crystals.
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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

NEW FABRIC JEWELRY PIECES


As some of you know, I have been playing with the possibilities of Fiber  Jewelry.
The first piece is made using a scrap of Batik fabric, backed with black felt and ribbon for a tie.

The second piece is made from strips of felt with rinestones attached.  Very fun to do, and will wear one to Quilting Guild meeting tonight and see what kind of a reaction I get. 
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