Remember my post not long ago about a soutache piece, Tribal Dance, where after I had finished it and taken photos the beads peeled? Well, I was so upset about it (and still am) and I wanted to make another piece using the same colours… and this is what came out:
Although it didn’t come out anything like the first one… I love this one just as much if not even more!!! Really happy with how it turned out and how it looks on!!!
I’m really loving this soutache technique!!! Still learning… and trying out different things with it…. but am definitely loving it!!!
And now… back to the beading table!!! have a wonderful weekend!!!
It looks like a tribal mask, beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you Michael! :-)Delete
This is just as good if not better than the first one. Beautiful. I too like the Soutache and sell the cording. I am having a lot of trouble with my hands so it is slow moving for me.ReplyDelete
Love seeing you blogging again.
Thank you Nicole! I'm also quite slow with this technique, but I found that if I take it slower the soutache lays better and crinkles less :-)Delete
Wow! That was my first impression and can't think of anything better to say just Wow! I love ethnic pieces, and this is just.....Wow!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Char!!! :-)Delete
I love the colours, of course for me you are and will be one of the greatest bead embroidery gurus ;D one of my favoourites ;) So good luck with the soutache and combining it with bead embroidery :DReplyDelete
Thank you so much!!! Very kind of you Gutukas! :-)Delete
Triz, I dont think I have ever seen anything you made that I didn't like. And like all your work, this is gorgeous. I love how the discs layer at the center and textures and color is wonderful. Maybe I have to try soutache...ReplyDelete
Thank you Marsha!!! and I feel the same about your beautiful work!! Of course you have to try soutache!!! Trying new techniques expands design possibilities.Delete
Preciosa creación, muy bonita!!!ReplyDelete
Gracias Anabel! :-)Delete
Triz, although you used this very trendy technique, you manage to design something unique that has your own touch in it, and it's so beautiful!!! I love the shape and colors you used, and also the name you gave it.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Smadar!!! :-)Delete
complimenti questa collana é stupenda , brava se ti va passa da me www.metalfimo2.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Grazie MetalFimo! :-)ReplyDelete
This necklace is absolutely amazing! Wow!
I'm in love with the colour palette you've created, so unpredictable and harmonious.
Thank you so much Valeria! :-)Delete
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This is cool!ReplyDelete
thank you Valentina :-)Delete
thank you! :-)Delete
This is cool !ReplyDelete
this necklace is beautiful!!!.ReplyDelete