Tag Archives: two-hole

Interlock

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img_4371Interlocking two holed beads, a mix of bar and crescents, create a sea-glass colored bangle.

This was a lot of fun to make, though it would have to be worn by a large-boned person.  Truth be told, I got a little carried away.  I kept beading and beading and beading then realized  still needed to wrap the tail to the head.  In short – A Big Bangle.

Even though it’s composed of tiny little beads, the overall bracelet is quite substantial.  It’s not floppy at all, but instead quite structural and solid.

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Pinot Noir

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img_4335Still riffing on the exploration of color.  Another necklace stitched with the same pattern as Saturnalia and Moon over Miami.

Looks completely different.

Round duo beads in a matte grey, accented with dark red crystals, silver o-beads and a touch of pink.  What you see when swirled red wine around in a glass.

I think this necklace has legs, to paraphrase sommelier speak.

I also find it interesting that with all the two-hole beads  that have recently appeared on the market, I can relate to these.  Most of the others, not so much.