A general update describing getting back to work on jewelry, and the surrounding literary work in the life of the author.
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A preexisting disposition to high precision may be an underrated orientation in art. I’ve found, however, that this path can relate unexpectedly peaceful experiences to its wielder…
There comes a time…
…when you realize you have enough beads. It’s like, seriously, self: you have enough design possibilities to explore as it is. Alternately: how much magpie do you have in you? Or: how little imagination do you have to have that you can’t make nice stuff with what you’ve already got? It’s not a very niceContinue reading “There comes a time…”
Hey…I actually finished something.
Like, I have a finished piece. Ye gads. What next? 🙂 It took me around four hours of work yesterday, maybe a little less, to complete a Chevron Stitch bracelet of my own design (which I’ve noted down in chart form in my work notebook). This was my first attempt, and I was relaxed andContinue reading “Hey…I actually finished something.”
What at first appears as a hurdle
I am still experimenting with Flat Spiral stitch. I’m learning a lot I didn’t expect to learn, which is why I haven’t yet moved on to a more difficult technique. I’ve wished to go on a tour of learning (and experimenting with) all the beadworking stitches I know of or have heard about (Cubic Right-AngleContinue reading “What at first appears as a hurdle”