A handful more shrinky dinks turned into artful necklaces. I used ribbon for the necklace-chain part and stamps for the images on the shrinky dink plastic. They all are mini-pockets, to hide something small and special.
These are not new, but I had forgotten about them. A few months ago I made them in a sort of rush, as I had to send them off to a publisher. They arrived back a few days ago. It’s a true collaboration work: photographs by David Miller, assemblage by me. I added ribbon for… Read More Photo-shrinky-fiber works
Sometime when you have too many ideas in your head, the hard part is to sort them all out, put together what fits, and hopefully remember what didn’t fit to use it in future projects. I knew that my zentangle designs transferred onto shrinky dinks had a place to somehow be mixed with embroidery and… Read More Poppy fields and the desert in bloom
I’ve been looking for a fairly simple clutch pattern, something that I can finish in 1-2 hours. I am not a fan of projects that linger for months. And finally I think I got a pattern that it’s manageable. Only three are finished so far, but there will be more. I have been influenced… Read More Clutch – wallet