Showing posts with label Macrame Bracelets. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Macrame Bracelets. Show all posts

Saturday, December 31, 2011

We played today...

My Sister-in-law, Carolyn Schulz came from England visit us this weekend and she showed
Don & myself Shambala. Its a popular macrame knotting method that
they make bracelets out of. So the night before, we headed out
to A.G. Moore to pick up some fun supplies.

I dug out some of my beads from about 5 years ago and some
barrel leaf beads that I sculpted 4 years ago and with her shambala
methods produced this really cool bracelet.

...I had three more Leaf Barrel Beads and some 10mm black
onyx beads and created this bracelt as well.

Don, my husband tried his hands at Shambala and created this
bracelet using 10 Jasper Beads. 

Carolyn Schulz is a freelance craft designer, teacher and businesswoman. Her experience ranges from scrapbooking to Christmas decorations and over the last 20 years, Carolyn has focused her attention on jewellery design.
Working in both the British and American market for over 30 years, she has edited 3 popular craft magazines, and is currently authoring a fourth book. A former board member of an international trade organization, the CHA (Craft and Hobby Association), for 6 years, she received the President’s Award for service to the industry.

Her designs are widely used by magazines, retailers, manufacturers and television in the UK and US. She loves to share her talent in the form of teaching classes and is fast becoming a familiar face on QVC in the UK.
This website is a showcase of Carolyn’s current work, and her latest way of sharing with others her lifetime passion. It is hoped that the reader may be inspired to create beautiful jewellery, and will learn the techniques required to do so.