Sunday, June 10, 2007

Gooseberries, hemp and more squares

We've been sorting out the garden yet again as everything is growing so quickly right now. I still found time to make another two bracelets. :-) I added some gooseberries to the pictures just for fun or maybe because the colours of the fist one are so edible! ;-)

The brown one is made with three different coloured hemp (two natural and one of a rusty rose colour), more square rings and some lovely wooden cube beads with an interesting pattern, silver plated findings and a ring of seeds and another teeny wooden bead to hold the ring in place. I've used simple half crochet to create the little hemp squares. I am pleased with how it turned out, looking modern and natural at the same time.

The second bracelet included some beautiful shells, teal and natural hemp, pale blue square catseye beads, and some pale blue rippled matte glass beads. I've used the same square rings and silver plated findings as in the brown bracelet. Neither of the two bracelets has a fastening but they slip quite happily over the hand onto the wrist.


  1. These are very unusual Sybille, and I love the way you have photographed them with the gooseberries. I like the little wooden cube beads too.

  2. Pretty, pretty, pretty! Nice combinations, very organic.


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