I have been trying a new technique called Soutaché and it is so much fun.theese are my first 2 attempts.the brown pendant I used picture jaspis in the middle and dark red krysoalla around it (i think ;-) )
a beaded bracelet in white/blue where i used three buttonsThis one is for a Valentine challenge, it.s not finished yet but i think it´s safe to show it here.A beaded heart.
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They are all super wonderful and beautiful. I love the look of soutache, but I refuse to start another craft that I have to buy material to do. No, no, no. I say that now, but who knows.
How about those buttons..........just as cute as can be. And the heart in white is just divine. Donna
Wow, it looks that the Soutaché is really awesome, the first two pendants are simple but exquisite enough!
The two beaded items are so attractive, oh, they are gorgeous!!!
I love all of them!
thank you so much all of you
Oh Niwas, they're lovely! I especially like the second one, with the brown stone that looks like jasper. Thanks for sharing.
thank you so much. And thank you for checking my spelling. picture jasper I believe is the correct name
Oh jeez, wasn't trying to do that! Ah, picture jasper! I've heard of that! I think it's so pretty.
They are cool Niwas!!
oh I don´t mean anything bad sbout that Val, I even think i asked you to help me with the english name of the stones I use Thank you Gopika Chaddha!!
I love your use of color and design -- they're all beautiful. My favorite is the beaded heart. Thanks for sharing.
02-05-13 (0216 PST)
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Thank you so much!!!
Ok, Niwas; Whew! Thought I might have been mouthing off. Anytime you want help with your American, you just let me know. Always happy to corrupt young minds! (lol)
I love all of your designs but the brown pendant is exquisite (I love this word, hope it's spelled right).
Greetings from Karin.
Thank you so much Karin, so glad to hear you like it!!This whas so much fun with Soutache and I really like the fact that I can mix peral embroidery & Soutache when I get the hang of it better.I think that it might give me more options experimenting with theese techniques together.