Saturday, December 3, 2011

Saturday Shopping Day




Almost a year ago I bought this beautiful :

Miss Tree - Wire Corespun Fingering Weight (30 yards)From moonrover
This crazy corespun on a wire yarn was hand dyed and handspun mixing almost every kind of fiber in my entire studio and a beautiful mini batt from laigrai.etsy.com . I used all sorts of random fluff, some locks, angelina and firestar around a thin yet pliable beading wire. Sooooo soft and fluffy-fluffy!!


Up to now I did not have inspiration to make something out of this
beautiful wire.  I tried the necklace above, but I am not happy
with the result. I still have wire left, so whenever inspiration
pops up, I can try something new.

I hope you had more inspiration (and time) this week to make
nice things.  Show them off, we would all love to see them. 

11 comments:

Viktoria said...

interesting material Sandra!
The necklace looks beautiful, and I´m sure much more ideas will pop up!

Tante Tuut said...

Spinnen, daar ga ik mij binnenkort volledig insmijten zie! Dit is alvast heel mooi en lekker fluffy;.)

" me " said...

ik zou dat precies zo laten.

ihanitse/Johanna said...

I love that necklace, it's a great idea! A great contrast of fluffy and "wire-y" and the colours are absolutely amazing too :)

Annuk said...

That looks so interesting and I love the multi-color look! I'm sure you will come up with gorgeous necklaces!

Juanita Tortilla said...

Fluffy-fluffy :D

What about knitting or crochet it?
Crochet / knitted bracelet or necklace...

Zdolność-tworzenia said...

Uwielbiam Twoje niezwykle proste, ale zarazem niezwykle odkrywcze pomysły.

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Sandra, it's quite beautiful and intrieging--a step aside from what you usually do--and just as interesting!

Cait Throop said...

Oooo I love it just like that! love it, love it, love it!!!!!

krex said...

I like the necklace as is...lovely shape and colors .

gwenbeads said...

I really like this necklace. I was searching te web to see what people make with wired hanspun, and this is my favorite piece so far. I think it would make a lovely cuff bracelet too!