Bead weaving, Kumihimo braiding, wire wrapping, chain mail, metal embossing, glass fusing, and polymer clay
I started making simple jewelry roughly 30 years ago, I saw some beads and decided to make some earrings for my Church’s silent auction. They sold well, and I found it fun, so I bought magazines and instruction books to learn more. I also took classes. I now am involved in multiple disciplines such as bead weaving, Kumihimo braiding, wire wrapping, chain mail, metal embossing, glass fusing, and polymer clay.
I am particularly drawn to natural elements such as semi-precious stones. I also love playing with color. I like to incorporate more than one media at a time. When I come across something that spurs my imagination, I buy supplies. I do not buy in bulk, so I am rarely able to duplicate a piece. Thus, my jewelry tends to be somewhat unique, not mass produced.
If you are interested in one of these unique items, please contact me with item name & number. I will give you the price and approximate shipping. Happy to have you stop by to see and hold it for yourself.