Today’s been lovely and productive – lots of jewellery coming together for the Ugli outing next week. Along with brooches, fossil necklaces and cufflinks, I made a small batch of simple windmill earrings. Accidentally melting one lead to a nice discovery – the odd one out makes a lovely little brooch!
Abstract forms from soapstone
Cord made from waxed cotton using a kumihimo loom, silver fittings from wire, sheet and tube, and ‘tooth’ carved from tagua nut.
The slight curve of the back ensures it sits well
Very pleased with the form.
Carved design wraps around both sides
I’m very proud of the catch.