Wednesday, November 13, 2013

A new project

Sometimes learning something new can be so rewarding!







10 comments:

Susan Lindquist said...

So pretty! And fun! Looks like Christmas gifts being crafed at your house!t

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I keep saying that I'm going to learn some jewelry making, but, each time I buy stuff (thrift stores are great), I just send it off to my BFF and her daughter, who already make jewelry. If I was closer to them, they could teach me. I'd just love to make cute scissor chains.

Diane said...

I love beading and making jewelry. It uses a much different skill set than quilting. When I switch from one to the other there is a learning curve to master each time but it is like I reset my brain. I appreciate each one so much more.
When I feel I can't get interested in another quilting project I go bead a while and my brain starts relaxing and I get ideas for new quilts. Same thing for beading.
I think I have reached my max though. I picked up knitting about 6 months ago and I love it as much as the other things so I never feel I have enough hours in the day to do all the things I love.

andsewon said...

ooohhh pretty!!! Love bracelets! Nice change of pace I bet.

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Nice work! I'm impressed you can clear a space for another hobby.


Kelly

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Nice work! I'm impressed you can clear a space for another hobby.


Kelly

Barb said...

How fun.....and you are right, such great rewards

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

You are so very talented!! Beautiful!! blessings and special thanks for your words of encouragement ~ tanna

QuiltSue said...

That is just beautiful. It almost makes me feel I want to take up jewelry making too!

Sharon said...

I was so excited to see your post because I also make jewelry & quilt & etc. (lol)! I don't know anyone else who does. There is so much instant satisfaction in jewelry, isn't there?