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necklaces strung this weekend

fabricholic | Posted in Photo Gallery on

Here are the necklaces I strung. They are simple, but I like them.

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  1. flossie | | #1

     The necklaces  are beautiful (and "simple" is often the most effective design)!

    1. fabricholic | | #4

      Thanks, Flossie. I just couldn't find anything to go with the turquoise shirt at Cato's and Hobby Lobby is a few stores away, so I found these. Oh, and Hobby Lobby had the striped beads 1/2 off.

  2. user-51823 | | #2

    the turquoise and black one looks perfect with that fabric.
    the brown one has me craving toffee!
    lovely work.

    1. fabricholic | | #5

      Maybe that's why I like these stripes so much, reminds me of candy, yum.

  3. fabricholic | | #3

    When is your birthday? Sophia is still a little young. These have magnet closures, so she loves to pull mine off in church and play with it. I know you are having fun at your mother-in-law's. Bring back some good embroidery ideas.Marcy

  4. solosmocker | | #6

    These are just lovely.

    1. fabricholic | | #7

      Thank you.

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    VKStitcher | | #8

    I like your necklaces too!  They are beautiful and coordinate perfectly with the garments.

    1. fabricholic | | #9

      Thanks, Vickie.

  6. rodezzy | | #10

    Your necklaces are simply beautiful, so sleek and elegant.  Keep up the good work.

    1. fabricholic | | #11

      Thanks, Rodezzy. I've got some more to make. Do you think I could sell them on e-bay?

      1. rodezzy | | #12

        I'm sure they will sell somewhere.  I am not familiar with Ebay.  I've never sold anything on the internet.  I hope you do well.  Have you looked into craft fairs and shows?  In the late 80's and early 90's I had a silk floral design home based business and I would circulate in craft shows and fairs here in Chicago, on a small scale.  I was working full time and had a part time job.  Son was in Catholic school.  Had to pay them bills. (giggle)  I remember that hand made jewelry sold well.

        1. fabricholic | | #13

          I thought about the craft fairs, also. I want to make a little money off of them. I just bought a bunch of beads, since they were 1/2 off.

          1. rodezzy | | #14

            Sounds good to me, I don't blame you for wanting to get something back.  They are truly beautiful.

  7. dionna | | #15

    I love the necklace good job

    1. fabricholic | | #16

      Thank you, Dionna.Marcy

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    Becky-book | | #17

    Marcy! Lovely work! The proportions are nice, thanks for showing them on a shirt. Good idea, eye candy instead of "in the mouth" doesn't add pounds! and you can keep it; have your candy and wear it too!
    Becky

    1. fabricholic | | #18

      Yeah, thanks for all the new food. I added it to my favorites on the Sparkpeople.comMarcy

  9. Josefly | | #19

    Your necklaces are striking. The black beeds really set off the green - or are they turquoise? (I may need to color-calibrate my monitor!)

    1. fabricholic | | #20

      They are turquoise. I like the black with them, also. You know, I need to make some more necklaces with the beads I bought. Maybe this weekend I can do some more.

      1. Fruzzle | | #21

        Fabricholic, if you are looking to sell them, do you know about http://www.etsy.com? Their tag is your place to buy and sell all things handmade.

        Edited 10/8/2007 3:57 pm ET by Fruzzle

        1. Gloriasews | | #22

          What an interesting website!  I didn't know there were others, other than e-Bay, where you can sell your stuff.  Interesting assortment of stuff available, too.  Thanks for the website!

          Gloria

        2. fabricholic | | #23

          No, I didn't know. Thanks for the information.Marcy

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