Posts tagged ‘jewelry’

February 13, 2013

wedding jewellery

by izabela

recently i have applied for a wedding fair in craft central in london

and my application was accepted

i am crazy working now every day to prepare for this event, because i got so many new ideas and so many fixes to existing designs

of course i will be posting photos of the puff soon

but today please say hello to my beaded and crocheted jewellery line

these are only working photos but i hope they are exciting enough

my  new delicate crochet jewellery


photo of beaded and crocheted necklaces

photo of the crochet necklace worn as a bracelet


i hope you like the tiny flowers wrapped around your wrist

i can make them in many colors and this is grand because the world without colors wouldn’t be worth exploring…


almost forgot:

if you are around maidenhead some time this year – our pop up shop is now back

we are open from wednesday to sunday

our cabinets and stands are full of handcrafted goods made by artisans from the area

and you are all invited

for the next five weeks we are next to clinton cards in nicholsons shopping centre

and after that we are moving to the next empty shop

here is the map of the centre of maidenhead where you can find us:

see u soon 🙂

February 23, 2011

my creative space

by izabela

not only preparing myself to the handmade wedding collective

at craft central in london

also got a sweet commission to make three crochet flower rings

so these days i am working on tiny crochet again 🙂


working on


to see more creative spaces go to kootoyoo’s blog

August 2, 2009


by izabela


inspired by vintage doilies patterns and by very fine crocheting lately made some new earrings (and more to come)

Delicate Turquoise Crochet Hoop Earrings

silver plated findings
mercerized cotton thread size 70

July 29, 2009


by izabela


I made this lovely necklace because of my love for flowers and to experiment with a combination of thread and metal,
made a very nice and simple, chunky crochet flowers from mercerised cotton thread and joined them with antiqued gold brass rings

each flower is 0.8 inches in diameter and each ring is long 0.8 inches and wide 0.5 inches the flowers with rings are 8 inches long and whole necklace with clasp is 22.5 inches long

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July 13, 2009


by izabela


for handmade earrings, pendants, necklaces check jewelry from Sweet Treat

this is what Debbie says:

My name is Debbie and I use what spare time I have to chill out with my vintage and new beads to create…my “me” time. Im an old fashioned girl really and love vintage jewellery. I have a very girly daughter who keeps me up to date so I still keep a modern twist on my work! I also enjoy sewing so hope to be able to expand my little coriandr shop to include handmade items that I produce. Again my daughter has input here as I enjoy keeping up with her demands for new tutus and unique clothing!. I hope you enjoy browsing my store as much as I have enjoyed being part of the wonderful Coraindr community.

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June 30, 2009


by izabela


Beautiful handcrafted jewellery at Coriander, high quality beads and findings you can find in CeeGeeJewellery shop

I make handcrafted sterling silver jewellery from my workshop in Cheshire, which I sell online and through craft fairs, local shops and jewellery parties. I only use high quality beads and findings, and offer a number of one off items. As well as having a love of semi-precious gemstones, I’m fascinated by lampwork beads, and have just begun to learn to make them myself. Since starting my business 18 months ago I’ve really grown to appreciate the love and care that goes into handcrafted goods, and would choose it over mass-produced every time.

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June 23, 2009


by izabela


I want you all to meet Snapdragon Beads – place where you can get beautiful handmade bead jewelry which I saw on few craft fairs and I just can`t stop thinking how beatiful all designs are and how much I love the colors.

this pair of Frog Princess Earrings has the nicest green color I ever saw

Alice designs are very unique and I easily recognize them wherever I see them, this is her short bio:

My name is Alice and I’m addicted to beads.

In fact, I am the Imelda Marcos of beads!

I have been making and selling jewellery for nearly 14 years. I had intended to go to Art College to study costume design but some how ended up studying at Trinity College in Dublin. As a result I hold degrees in Computer Engineering and Mathematics.

I moved to the UK from Ireland shortly after my last exam and settled in the market town of Biggleswade about 50 miles north of London. I have always loved making jewellery and my passion is off-loom bead weaving.

I worked for a number of years in IT but have recently left that world behind me to be a stay at home mum to Amelia who was born in April ’08.

please visit her lovely shop

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June 7, 2009


by izabela


made this lovely delicate necklace some time ago

very fine red crochet yarn (size 70) some love and imagination and this 56″ long necklace has appeared flowers and little dots…

Tania – I think I have changed my mind and I am going to make more crazy cuffs like the red and turquise one 😉

May 30, 2009


by izabela

>the train stopped at Kitty Ballistic Creations she makes funky felt characters and cute beaded jewelry, mu favorite is aubergine toy

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“I’m a Brit who lives and works in Holland. I work in IT, which satisfies my need for order and rules, and I make felt toys, jewellery and other spangly, bright things to indulge my creative side”

please visit her shop for the latest additions

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and to find out more about Kitty Ballistic follow her blog here


May 11, 2009


by izabela


I made this one recently and this is just one of a kind I think, as I don`t plan to make more (unless I change my mind)

crocheted from bright red cotton yarn with weaved in viskose ribbon yarn (electric blue), lovely handmade button (Hollingdale Designs) I think the colors look perfect together and I love the way it lays on your wrist, there is no sewing at all and the button is attached straight to the ribbon and falling off is almost impossible…

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