Crochet has not only experienced a big resurgence in recent years, but it’s also undergoing some what of a modern-day transformation! Whilst the old-school crochet favourites, including granny squares, blankets and winter accessories have become hugely popular once more, there is a new trend rising: […]
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This statement choker is perfect for any special occasion and can be simplified for a more subtle finish if you so wish. Make the choker in a traditional white colour palette, a passionate purple hue, or a trendy turquoise shade. Whichever matches you! – Sarah Millsop
Loose stones, rough crystals, and even marbles and sea glass can be used to create very decorative pieces of jewellery. By wrapping your stones in a thin but stable wire, you can make them into thread-able components to be able to use in your personalised jewellery. There are more decorative ways that you can learn to use your wire and even design some intricate bails, but this project will teach you simple and useful techniques to start with.
This kitty cat brooch design is ideal for anyone who has creative flair and wants to make an eye-CATching piece of jewellery. Choose from four beautiful colourways: Russian Blue, Tabby Teal, Mauve Mix, or Cerise Siamese. What better way to celebrate International Cat Day? This project was […]
This Sun Ray Pearls Necklace is a great project for perfecting your loop turning and using the components in a slightly less traditional way. You can add more or less of the rays depending on your taste, and even add more or less beads into […]
The square stitch is such a versatile stitch to learn! It gives you the same finish and appearance of a ‘loomed’ piece of beadwork, without having to secure several threads. If you enjoyed our Beaded Cake Topper, you will be sure to enjoy creating these emoji earrings and be familiar with the technique. We always start with the longest, or widest, row in the design. It’s easier to decrease our rows than increase, so it makes for a simpler and neater make!
This project was created & written by our Jewellery Ambassador, Sarah Millsop.