Friday, July 20, 2012


MADRIGAL Triangular Ornament

This EGA embroidery group project,  design Antonia R. Evans
was on a " backburner" also ...
Ahhhh, just finished it last night.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012


A Road Less Traveled Bracelet

The Lower Providence Library in Eagleville,PA has a newly formed group of Knitters and Beader who meet every Wednesday from 10:00AM - Noon.
I liked the bracelet Sandy was working on..., so I ordered the pattern from its designer June Wiseman and decided to make the narrow version of this design.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Our EGA bead group selected this bracelet for its July project.

Sunday, July 8, 2012


PaperClay Mermaid in rear view

Saturday, July 7, 2012


Knitted hand towel and dish cloth

A knitted hand towel to hang on a kitchen cabinet drawer handle and dish cloth make a neat little gift


Knitted dish cloths

This perfect little gift has a tag attached to it that reads:
I am not so poor nor do I have riches -but I thought you'd like this pair of britches.
Happy days to you and best wishes. This littke gift is to help you do your dishes.
Just untie the bow and pull out the stiches.
 You'll have teo dish cloths, but you've lost your britches.
I have made several and given those as gifts to friends.
I first received this from my dear friend Evie...


Beaded Tennisbracelet

Did I forget to publish this ?  Here is another EGA Bead group project - a Tennis bracelet made with Swarovski crystals


Beaded Rivoli Pendant

Here is another EGA Bead Group  project that has been waiting  to be finished.
Voila- a Rivoli  Pendant surrounded with Swarovski crystals


HBD Paperclay Mermaid ,design CC athens


PaperClay Mermaid,design CC Athens

This little Paperclay Mermaid was sculpted during a workshop weekend at my friend Colleens Beachhouse last year. Since then she has be incubating.
 The last few day's Summer heat was a perfect reason to work in my Lakeside studio to finish this little doll. She is the smalled doll I have sculpted ,she sits 6 inches tall and her tail is 10 inches long.
Her bustiere was made from layers of fabric I created , her skirt is lace painted with Luminere acrylic, her tall hat was made  from layers of Angelina fibers.
Her arms have fancy yarn fiber bands , repeated at her flukes.
I named this little beauty after her designer " Colleen", who invented the joining of limbs by using beads and fancy bead enhancers.  Colleen has published her dolls and a tutorial  in the recent
 Summer Issue 2012 ofArt Doll quarterly.

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