This is where and how I work. Netflix most of the time and always keeping an eye on the squirrels, chipmunks, birds and weather outside in the lilac tree. This is Ripper Street. Love the BBC!
I've liked the look of the various chevron and sunburst weaves I've seen on Pinterest, so two days ago, I wove three or four inches using 18 gauge and 28 gauge copper wire.
Yesterday, I sorted through my bag of assorted pendants, picked out a large randomly faceted rainforest agate because I wanted to work on forming angles -- but the hole was too small. Rule number one? Always check to make sure the wire will go through the hole before you start to weave.
I picked this large round dyed crackle agate pendant only because the wire fits through the hole and which under normal light looks kinda meh.
But hit it with the right light -- there's a whole 'nother world happening inside this magical stone.
Here I've started wire wrapping the bottom two wire weaves on the left, and what will likely become the bail on the right.
Uh oh... wait a sec. With fresh eyes studying the picture here on the blog as I'm writing I'm thinking maybe I should have incorporated the wire coming up through the pendant to do the bail... Hmm-mmm-mmmm. But there are still two free wires at the top... maybe I'll make those the bail with the pendant wire.
As you now see, I never have any idea what I'm doing or where I'm going with something (and don't really care, either).
Unfortunately, we'll all have to wait to see what happens next, because it looks like some transcription just came flying through the virtual transom. Gotta go now.
TTFN and thanks for stopping by!