Monday, October 27, 2014

'Simply Macrame' micro macrame bracelet

My first micro macrame (broad type) bracelet. Finally, after years of wanting to try out micro macrame, here it is. I'm using dark red S-Lon bead cords & Miyuki round seed beads. My journey into micro macrame will not end here. There are few other color cords waiting for me to create something out of them. :)

Price : RM39.00/USD13.00 per piece.

Monday, October 13, 2014

'Indies' Wirework Earring

My experiment with 5 wire weave. Earrings delivered to birthday girl today! 

Saturday, September 20, 2014

'PearlGlow' necklace.

'PearlGlow' pendant with Swarovski crystal beads and pearls
on satin cord necklace.

Friday, September 19, 2014

'PearlGlow' Earring (Red Coral)

PearlGlow' earring with Swarovski crystals and pearls (Red Coral).

Thursday, September 11, 2014

My first writeup in Linkedin Pulse

What do crafts and jewellery-making have in common? They are both about creating something skillfully with our hands.

In my school days, it was common to see students making trending crafts or jewellery as gifts or for their own keepsake. We had fun making them even though we were unaware of the techniques or knots used.

I had a soft spot for knots… and I still do. Making knots can be a complicated and intricate task, but it is widely used by crafters and jewellery designers as well as by sailors, mountaineers and fishermen.

Learning knotting can be either visual or auditory. I am a visual-learner. I learn by studying diagrams instead of by listening to instructions.  Among the things I have learnt is this: avoid using thin strings! When a mistake is done, thin strings make it difficult to untie. But the key to successful knotting is to keep practising till you are satisfied with the result.

My early foray into crafts has led me into creating wearable artwork. What started out as a childhood past time has now grown into a passion in jewellery-making.
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