Posts Tagged ‘ handmade ’

Greenman Embroidery

6th June 2012 | 0 Comments

Just finished my satin stitch, filled Green Man. I’m exceedingly happy with the way this piece turned out, along with the framing job. I didn’t actually time myself but it was at least 30 hours of stitching. It is done on white cotton muslin with double stranded cotton floss in various shades of green brown […]


Different Weaves for Different Tastes

4th April 2011 | 0 Comments

Many pieces by my fellow members of the Artfire Chainmaille Guild Different Weaves for Different Tastes Curated By: 28SidesDesigns ArtFire.com Jewelry Supplies


Deronda Inspiration

14th March 2011 | 0 Comments

I made this collection up for my friend Deronda of Deronda Designs of jewelry made by others featuring her amazing lampword beads Deronda Inspiration Curated By: 28SidesDesigns ArtFire.com Craft Supplies


Chained Together

7th March 2011 | 0 Comments

Chained Together Curated By: 28SidesDesigns ArtFire.com Craft Supplies


Celtic Inspirations

14th February 2011 | 0 Comments

Celtic Inspirations Curated By: 28SidesDesigns ArtFire.com Fine Art Photography


Hints of Spring

17th January 2011 | 0 Comments

Hints of Spring Curated By: 28SidesDesigns ArtFire.com Craft Supplies


Lace in and Tie Up

6th December 2010 | 0 Comments

Since I have yet to come up with a corset I like here are a bunch that I adore and would love to get for myself All Laced Up Curated By: 28SidesDesigns ArtFire.com Handmade Soap


Socks

30th July 2010 | 0 Comments

I recently (re)picked up knitting and instead of making a scarf as my first project I went with a sock. I practiced knitting in the round on 4 double pointed needles, usually refered to as DPNs. I also wanted to learn cabling, so after practicing on some yarn my mother gave me to practice with, […]


I’ve been a busy child the past few months

23rd April 2010 | 0 Comments

I’ve been getting a lot made and done. I even was able to clean up the house a bit. The two Mini Lace Top Hats are embroidery machine free standing lace. They measure 5.5 in x 4.75 in x 2.5 in. They are wicked cute and perfect for a steampunk, gothic lolita or burlesque outfit. […]


Choker to Headband Converter

7th February 2010 | 0 Comments

I’ve been loving my chainmaille lately. It’s fun, and something that I can do in the living room. I also love my chokers but wanted to wear them has headpieces as well. So I developed the converter piece. Now you can make any of my chokers into headbands. It is made from metal rings (can […]