Hi There! I have all kinds of goodies to share with you today. First up, a new cuff design. This is called Dominatrix.
Bead embroidery and bead weaving combine to make this dominating, yet feminine lacy cuff bracelet. Embroidered on your choice of Ultrasuede, leather, or microsuede and backed with the same. Bead studs intertwine with Rulla beads, fire polish crystals, 2 #11 seed beads, 1 #15 seed bead and drop beads.
My friend, Robynne, recently gifted me a box of goodies. Included in the box was a length of gorgeous ribbon which I immediately worked up into an amulet bag named Marrakech. Available on my WEBSITE.
Beading Daily recently did a blog post about Mirrix Looms and about my experience being the first beader to have won a loom with them several years ago and about the Social Marketing. That was such a great time. If you would like to read the piece, you can find it here– Beading Daily
Mirrix Looms is taking applications for the 2014 ‘Social Market for a Mirrix’.
“We will choose 1 to 3 participants who will get a FREE Mirrix Loom (16″ or smaller) plus kits and projects sent to them bi-monthly from April to December 2014 in exchange for blogging, videos and posts on social media about their experience with the loom and the projects. We are looking for someone skilled in blogging and social media and who will be willing to learn and experiment with diverse projects in either bead weaving, tapestry weaving or both. We will choose our participant(s) on March 17th.”
Also, I am participating in the Small Business FedEx Grant Contest. If I won, I could receive 25K to make Good Quill Hunting bigger and better, the dream it has always been. I would like to ask for your votes. You can vote once a day until Feb 23.
Don’t forget, I am teaching at the Rocky Mountain Bead Show at the end of April! Classes will be ‘Quimby Necklace’, ‘Hele Bracelet’ and ‘Picot de Gala Bracelet’. For details, please go to their website: rockybeads.org