Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Where I am - Jewellery Class




Here are the two finished items from my jewellery class - the necklace, with pale blue beads, and the small chain necklace with the glass slider. I liked making both of the pieces, although both required a lot of soldering. I'm much more experienced at soldering now, and it's nice to see that the things I wasn't very good at a month or two ago I'm now getting more proficient at.

16 comments:

Pumpkin said...

Your jewelery is amazing!

Thanks for visiting my Blog Karin :o)

Kathy A. said...

Your necklaces are simply stunning. Nice work!!!

Cheryl said...

Wow, really stunning pieces. Great job Karin

Faith Ann said...

They're beautiful!!!!

I especially love the necklace with the blue beads. It's gorgeous.

Vicki said...

Where did you learn all you're jewellery making? Did you learn just from taking classes?

Stitcher S said...

They are so beautiful. Great work!

Margaret said...

Gorgeous neckaces Karin. You must be your teacher's best student.

Oh, if only I had been up to date with all my blog reading I would have known you were coming to Las Vegas. Then you and Juls http://afairyprincessdreams.blogspot.com/ and I could have met for coffee or something. Maybe another time.

Hazel said...

Beautiful pieces of jewellery Karin. I like the blue one at the top in particular. xx

Heather said...

The blue beads necklace is stunning!!! It matches so many thing in my wardrobe. =) It sounds like you are learning really useful stuff in this class.

Chelle said...

Gorgeous stuff, especially the necklace with the blue beads. The silve/blue combo is awesome.

monique said...

The pale blue beads are such a pretty color! Nice, Karin :)

tkdchick said...

Karin those pieces are just stunning I love chain work!

Erica said...

Those are both absolutely beautiful. I'm in awe. Great job!

indystitch said...

I just love your jewelry and your Alhambra! Beautiful work

Stitchingranny said...

WOW just stunning

Michelle said...

Oooh both are gorgeous - I love the aqua beads!