In early March, I posted some photos I took of some Moroccan themed beads I made in a CFCF 2017 workshop taught by Lisa Haney. For more information about the class and Lisa's great ideas, take a look at the March 8th post. Today, I'm just going to share some pendants that I made using the hollow beads. As you can see from the photos, I went a bit wild and made several of these beads in various sizes, colors, and finishes.
To the right is a cluster of other focal pendants hanging from chains, each with their own dangling bead. These were fun to make and will be fun to wear!
The photo at the bottom shows a few more necklaces made with hand-dyed silk ribbons instead of hanging from chain. The ribbon is pretty, allows these pieces to be adjustable, and creates a softer, more rustic look. These necklaces are all going to the Westerly Art Gallery where I'm a featured artist for April. Drop by if you're in the neighborhood!