This week I finished my Moon Marble Company Cuff bracelet. When we traveled to Kansas for my High School reunion (nearly two years ago) we stopped at the Moon Marble company in Bonner Springs. It was a fun stop and I bought a bag of broken marbles which I used some of to start this cuff. I then put it in a drawer and forgot about it!
This week I was successful in finishing this bracelet. It is backed with a soft suede and has a satisfying weight due to all the Hematite I used in my design.
I haven't decided if I am going to put it up for sale or not since it has a bit of newly found sentimental attachment to it and I have no idea how long I worked on it before this week's finishing. It only took about an hour and half of stitching before it got the glue. Then I did the edging in about an hour. I know there had to be more to why I stopped but I have no idea what it was! I do know I shouldn't have stopped, it was an easy and satisfying finish!
Next week and possibly the week after, I will be tackling more bead embroidery! This time with one or more of the many Lisa Peters Art Cabs that I have. I have a collection/addiction that I can't add any more to until I stitch at least one from my current stash! -sounds like a good rule to me! Make something, buy more! :)
Bead Honesty: this isn't all of my LPA cabs, it is just the ones I had handy when I decided to shoot a picture....
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Thanks for Reading & Happy Beading! -Beth