Thursday, December 4, 2008

"Glowing Embers" heart necklace

Combination polymer clay and tatting - a free form style. I am very busy getting ready for the Artisans and Entrepreneurs Market happening this weekend, but I was happy to get this done in time to show it. Due to the art show preparations my etsy shop is temporarily closed (sorry for the inconvenience!) but will re-open on Monday, Dec. 8.

9 comments:

Clyde said...

eautiful necklace Marilee, I really like the colours. Good luck at the show this weekend.

Tattycat said...

This is absolutely stunning. Good luck!

TattingChic said...

Marilee, you are so very talented! I'm pretty sure you're going to do pretty well at the show! :)

Tatskool said...

Very clever, hope your stall is a sell out. Enjoy the experience.

LadyShuttleMaker aka MadMadPotter said...

This is another stunner Marilee! I hope you sell out too!

sally said...

Beautiful as usual Marilee, I like the earrings. I cannot wait for my package to arrive. xxsally

TAT19540 said...

Wow-what a beautiful necklace and earring set! I had hoped to get up your way and show my support but it didn't work that way. I hope it was a very sucessful day for you!

am I still me? said...

Wow, Marilee, wish I had you for a teacher. I could use the help with split chains--my current nemisis. I'm jealous of your cello playing. I think it is the most wonderful sounding instrument ever designed! I could listen for hours. Hmmm, listening while tatting for hours. Sounds like a winner to me!

yarnplayer said...

Thanks everyone, for all the good luck wishes! Clyde, Tattycat, TattingChic, Tatskool, LadyShuttleMaker - yes, I did have good luck at the show, and had fun! I do have some pictures to show of how it went.

Sally, I received the notice that your package has arrived - glad to hear that you are happy with your items!

TAT19540, it's nice to hear that you had been planning to come see the show. Another time, someday!

"Am I still me", there is a video of how to do split chains on Sharon Briggs' website
http://www.tattedlace.com/
just click on "tatting demo" and you'll find it.
BTW, I just have to agree with you that the cello is the most wonderful sounding instrument ever designed...are you aware that I also have a cello blog? You'll find it at
http://yarnplayer.blogspot.com/