Making in the garden while my daughter makes mud pies. Maybe spring is really here.
My love affair with sea urchins continues, I love the colours, textures and form. They seem too delicate and colourful to originate in the North Sea.
The more I look at this necklace the more I feel like it’s not over. I need to go back and get into it again. I think it needs a dark thread to pull it all together and the cluster of gun metal urchins has to go to make way for more pink and red urchins. It’s also crying out for a crusting of pearls.
I need to resume scouring the charity shops for strings of pearls.
Such an elegant name Gutweed. Gutweed is bright bright green seaweed with a really delicate, transparent lettuce like leaf.
Bright bracelet with grass and sky tones. Single black and silver sea urchin focal point.
Pearly, iridescent bracelet in blues and whites featuring mother of pearl star buttons.
Light and frothy bracelet with iridescent glass beads and sequins.
Cluster of fabric sea anemones on a flat woven freeform strap bracelet.