October 30, 2008

Four Pendants












The triangle pendants are peyote stitched delicas.

The brick stitched one was shown with a bangle inspired by Mandela's tribal collar. The other is a netted stitch.

10 Shared Thoughts:

ja stu sisterlock journey said...

I sent you an email today, I would like to have a look at your jewellry to purchase a few pieces.
I sent my phone number.

Leslie said...

LR-More beautiful beading from you. Your designs are incredible. I just love your stuff!

We need to work together on finding a way to sell your jewelry. I will help in anyway that I can including shipping from my home in the USA. Let me know your thoughts on this.

MUCH LOVE TO YOU ALWAYS,

Leslie

Clay Perry said...

your work... mmmm.. i love it..

ja stu sisterlock journey said...

The email would not go through dont know what happened.
my email address is estew10@msn.com.
Where abouts in JA r u?

Kokopelli said...

Hi,
nice to see you are back from vacation and show us new pieces of jewelry. I was on vacation, too. Visiting friends in Italy. Did you already try the wrapped rope technique?
Have a nice day!
Dagmar

LADY ROOTS said...

Sistren JaStu Sisterlock,
Thanks for your interest in my beadwork. I sent an email to your msn address. We will find a way to link.

Sistren Leslie,
You are such a blessing! Maybe the next time you come down to Jamaica, I can give you some pieces to take back to America to sell for me. Or, if you see something you think would sell there, I will make "variations on a theme", send them to you and see what transpires! I love you, too! RASpect to J.

Idren Clay,
Your kind words fill my heart with joy! Your piece will be delivered to the courier by next week.

Sistren Dagmar,
Welcome back from vacation. I have been working to fill orders, so haven't had time to try the wrapped ropes yet. How do you count the beads for the pattern? Yours look so wonderful. I am glad you've made your blog bi-lingual.

Bless Up,
Lady Roots

N'Drea ~ the Storyteller said...

I'm with Ja Stu. I need to get some of these pieces.

LADY ROOTS said...

Sistren N'Drea,
Your interest in my beadwork makes my day. We will find the right pieces for you.
Bless Up,
Lady Roots

Kokopelli said...

Hi,

thanks! I think I'll write you an email for answering your question. And I'm sure, when you have the time, that a wrapped rope from you would be also beautiful. I made the blog bilingual because some people from Beadingdaily also asked about that. It's easy for me and so many more people can read it.

Dagmar

LADY ROOTS said...

Sistren Dagmar,

Yes, I do want to try the wrapped rope technique, but just now I have lots of custom orders to fill.

I have more fun when I am beading at the urging of the beading muse, than when I am beading to complete an order. But when there is work to be done, we must at least appear to be responsible adults!

Bless Up,
Lady Roots