The Christmas rush is over but orders for our scarf necklaces are picking up again. I enjoy creating these pieces as I never seem to run out of ideas for new designs. To start out, we bought a supply of scarves in a variety of colors and styles and then we matched up our clay colors to coordinate.
Our scarf necklaces are sold with the scarves as a complete set in some of the local shops. The scarf jewelry pieces are also sold without the scarves in several local yarn shops so one can knit their own scarf or add to ones they already have in their closet. Click here (and scroll down) to see all of the shops in the area that are selling our scarf jewelry.
One of the most popular colors is in black and white or shades of grey. That seems to be the case with other jewelry designs as well. Perhaps this is because the colors are neutral and can go with just about anything making the jewelry piece more versatile. We have been making more of the scarf necklaces in these shades and even though we use the same color combination, each piece still comes out in a different pattern making each one unique.
Friday, January 11, 2013
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
I have been experimenting with a new style of sculpted flowers that sort of have a tie dye, batik fabric or cloth look to them. The brooch pendants below were my first experiments using cane slices from my "mini-mokume" that I share how to do in my Clay Color System tutorial.
These flower bead earrings were created using a different technique and in a combination of the Pantone spring 2013 colors Monaco Blue, African Violet and Tender Shoots. I quite like the look of these and want to explore it a little further.