Look What Is On My Table – Lorelei Eurto

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Innovation Team Member Lorelei Eurto takes us to her table to show us what she is working on.

The pretty floral tin insert was the inspiration for this macrame wrapped Cup Chain stackable bracelet design! I pulled colors from the tin, Royal Blue, Red, Yellow and Green – and used some waxed Linen cording from my etsy shop, Jewelry Accord.  The biggest challenge when making this bracelet was that I didn’t use a clip board to keep all the strands from getting tangled. I just worked clip-board free, and there was some swearing involved. I feel bad for people walking by when I have one of these tirades. I can’t help it, I’m passionate about jewelry! What can I say!!??

When using the macrame knotting technique on this bracelet, I used 4 strands, 1 of each color, folded so that there were 8 strands in all. To vary the colors, I alternated knots by doing blue and yellow for 4 knots, and then red and green for 4 knots, etc.  Fraying the ends at the end of the bracelet adds some fun texture.”

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You can find jewelry for sale at Lorelei’s Etsy shop www.loreleieurtojewelry.etsy.com or follow her blog at http://lorelei1141.blogspot.com/


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