sobota, 10 maja 2014

Let's the dinner begin

Po pierwsze, tu jest link do Bloga Lori Anderson z pełną listą uczestników.
At first, here you will find the link to Lori Anderson's blog with the full list of participants.

Moją partnerką jest (była?) Martha, która tworzy prześliczne lampworkowe koraliki. Jej blogi możecie znaleźć TU i TU. Niestety nie będę w stanie zamieścić bezpośredniego linku do tego, co stworzyła z moich koralików (umieram z ciekawości!), ponieważ praktycznie całą sobotę będę poza domem a na telefonie niezbyt wygodnie się przegląda interent i bloguje.
My partner is (was?) Martha, who creates stunning lampwork beads. You can find her blogs HERE and HERE. Unfortunately, I will not be able to post direct link to her creation with my beads (I am so curious!), because I will be away from my computer almost whole Saturday, and phone is not the best tool to check internet and post things.

A TUTAJ możecie znaleźć krótką notkę o tym, co Jej wysłałam i co sama otrzymałam (:
And HERE you can find out what I sent to her and what I got from her (: 

A poniżejto, co udało mi się stworzyć - nie lada wyzwanie, kiedy zostałam praktycznie z igłą i nitką, bez innych narzędzi. Musiałam trochę pomyśleć i... jest! Chyba mogłoby być lepiej, ale byłam ograniczona do tego, co miałam pod ręką, czyli pewnej ilości sutarszu, żadnych kombinerek. A, i jeszcze trochę moich koralików, filcu i to chyba wszystko. Ponadto, nie lubię robić naszyjników. Jakoś mi nie wychodzą, ale z tego jednego jestem nawet dumna. Dziękuję, Martha, za tę szansę - musiałam troszkę wyjść poza swój kokon, poza moją comfort zone!
And here we have what I was able to made - great challenge, because I left basically with my needle and thread, without any other tools. I had to think a little bit and... here we are! I suppose it could be better, but I had to use what was available for me, that means needle, not so much soutache, thread and no pilers! Oh, I had my own beads, felt, and that will be all. Moreover, I honestly hate making necklaces. I just cannot do them, they do not look good. But I am proud of that one. Thank you, Martha! For this chance - I really had to go out of my comfort zone and use my imagination and creativity!


Wisiorek i lampworki ręcznie robione przez Marthę/
Focal handmade by Martha and her lampworks


 I jej ręcznie robione zapięcie/And her handmade clasp





34 komentarze:

  1. What a great necklace! Bravo!

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  2. Wow, Marta - that's a stunning necklace! You did a wonderful job, very well cooked!

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  3. duża kompozycja sutaszowa=duże wyzwanie- świetnie Ci się to udało!
    Big soutache composition=big challenge- you done it great!

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  4. Wow I admire your skill with soutache. Beautiful piece.

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  5. Such lovely work well done!

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  6. It's a real statement piece, wow!

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  7. Fantastic piece and another technique I want to try!

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  8. Your soutache work is beautiful! That necklace is stunning!

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  9. I am envious of your soutache work. I so want to try it and have not the guts to do so. What a stunning piece and you certainly cooked up a stunning soup.

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  10. I would say you do necklaces pretty well and even with almost no tools! That is an awesome piece! I was in your same situation at the beginning, thank god I brought my tools back on time! Great work

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  11. Your soutache necklace is GORGEOUS! You did that with a needle and thread - amazing. Just your beautiful imagination, your skilled hands and your muse to guide you. I am impressed. Great job!

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  12. Wow, so lovely and original in style, Marta :) How can you still say you can't do necklaces?

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  13. Wow that is really phenomenal! I have just recently started seeing pieces of jewelry pop up using that technique and you really nailed it! I love the colors and movement in the piece! Just beautiful! xo Genea

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  14. OMG your soutache work is outstandig! I think, it get together with copper and lampworkbead very well. Great soup you done!

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  15. Lovely! I like the way you master the soutache technique in a very modern style.

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  16. I really love the necklace you made. It is gorgeous! Very fun to see. So much color and texture. I just think it is so great.

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  17. Oh that's a glorious necklace! Your soutache is amazing and I love the colours you have worked with. It is almost like paint strokes on an oil painting. Stunning piece!

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  18. Stunning. What a statement piece! The detail is fantastic.

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  19. Your soutche is a.maz.ing! Absolutely *breathtaking*!

    Linda A.
    http://fromTheBeadBoard.blogspot.com
    http://cherryOnTopDesign.co

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  20. You said you didn't like to do necklaces? Wow! Can't believe it! Amazing piece!

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  21. You should definitely be proud of that necklace. It's magnificent! I can tell you put a lot of time and effort into it. And, I'm so impressed that you didn't even get to use the usual jewelry-making materials. Impressive for sure!

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  22. What a stunning piece! Your work is exquisite!

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  23. Well, I don't know anything about soutache but what you did is beyond imagination - fabulous design! And you didn't stop there - you've added beads and beaded links to make it more complex! A statement necklace, really!

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  24. I've never tried soutache, looks like fun though, great piece, Great soup!!

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