Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Studio Syllabus for Today

Happy Wednesday,

Here we are the middle of the week, not quite the weekend and almost too late to start a work week project.  Today's post is short and sweet as I suddenly find myself with a multitude of things going on and all kinds of doings which require my attention.

Let's have a look at what I have been doing.  I offer a variety of  Chainmaille items, from Earrings to Watches and most stuff in between, and tried a new way to bead the Full Persian Weave and I am most happy with it.  Reminiscent of the "Dragons Back" pattern, "Leap Frog" incorporates one bead at alternating intervals down the length of chain.  Flexible for a comfortable fit,  substantial enough to make a nice statement piece, so in fashion this season. 

Length of Full Persian Beaded Maille

Beads appear to leap over one ring to another

Beads nestle in the V shape created by the rings

The chain may be turned so beads rest on top or face forward

This pattern is available in bracelets and watch bands, they are not heavy but do have a little weight.  Customizable in your favorite metal and bead color of choice.

Other bracelet patterns to choose from: 

Dragon's Back:  Shown with Emerald Czech glass beads silver-lined beads and Silver plated jump rings.

Beads are grouped together and ungulate through the chain.

Marching or Walking Beads
Beads walk across the surface of the chain.

Any and all patterns are available in the metal and bead color of your choice.


It is with much pleasure that I introduce Inspired Creations of Spokane, Washington.  After speaking with the owner, Alisha Reinbolt, yesterday, I have agreed to be a Consigned Artist in her shop.  She currently has 25 or so featured artists in her Brick and Mortar store.  If you are in the Spokane Valley area why not stop by and check out the Gallery.  
Location: 523 S. Pines
Spokane Valley, WA

Pretty in Pearl Earrings Class will be held at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft this Thursday (tomorrow) from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., there is still time to sign up! 1850 Milwaukee, Boise ID.

Thank you for stopping in and having a look.

The Alchemists Vessel would like to wish you a pleasant Wednesday.


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