As I've mentioned before, I really enjoy creating with different techniques. Usually, I then make lots of different pieces, but not often do I create jewelry in which multiple pieces of polymer are combined together. So I've tried a few different ideas in which multiple pieces of polymer are connected in some way. Hence, the title of this post: "making connections."
This fall-color-based necklace is composed of circle shapes which are connected to each other through a simple wire method. The wires have been covered in the back so the effect against the neck is smooth. There is a lot of motion in this piece, since each circle moves independently of the others.
The red-black-white mokemu gane piece has jump ring connections, so again the piece has movement.
The last piece is composed of mobius shapes made from a celtic knot cane, then strung into a necklace with faceted beads.