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A Brief Tour of WoolyWire Used in Jewelry Designs

December 14, 2013 , In: Fiber, Jewelry, Mixed Media
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Nellie Thomas and I have been so excited to see how designers have been using WoolyWire in their jewelry since we launched in the Spring. As the year closes, we thought we would share a few of the many beautiful designs created in 2013. There are far too many to share in this brief overview post but you can find more on our Pinterest board at: http://pinterest.com/karentotten/woolywire/.

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Earrings by Meridy Migchelbrink of Two Trees Studio.

 

Necklace by Genea Crivello-Knable of Genea Beads.

 

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Earrings by Staci Louise Smith of Staci Louie Originals.

 

Necklace by Lesley Watt of THEA Jewellery, blogging at The Gossiping Goddess.
 
Bracelet by Diana Ptaszynski of Suburban Girl Studio.
This design was published in Bead-It Today, and was
the first WoolyWire jewelry design to be published (yay Diana!).

 

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Earrings by Jana Fish Šilerová of Happy Fish Things.

 

Bracelet by Lorelei Eurto

 

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Earrings by Linda Landig of Linda Landig Jewelry.
 
Necklace by Angela Gruenke of Contents Jewelry.

 

Earrings by Amy Freeland of Copper Diem.

 

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Earrings by Genea Crivello-Knable of Genea Beads.

 

Statement Jewelry by Genea Crivello-Knable of Genea Beads.

 We hope you enjoyed this little tour. We can’t wait to see what new design ideas lie ahead in 2014!

 

Karen Totten

Karen has worked professionally as an artist and designer for over 30 years in a variety of creative disciplines: architectural design, illustration, art direction, mixed media art, interaction design. She currently works full time as a User Experience (UX) Design Principal for an international consultancy. When not flying to work every week, her other passions are ceramic art, sketching, and occasionally, jewelry design. “For me, the creative life, from UX to fine art, has always been one of exploration and adventure. As the daughter of an air force navigator, I grew up a traveler. To this day I am intrigued by stories and motifs that transcend time, culture, and geography.“
  1. Reply

    Thanks so much for this collection I especially love the wrapped earrings.

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    Wool Wire, how pretty, all those colours, yum. I especially love those earrings by Linda Landig- they are delish. Might have to acquire some wooly wire too.

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    I love seeing all these wonderful WW designs. I especially like Lesley's & Amy's pieces, but all of them are quite delightful!

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