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Monday, August 19, 2013

Loomed Cuff doubling as a 'Wrap Bracelet'


I completed the cuff, recently shared here. The 'list' is a 'wrap' style bracelet, woven to over 21 inches. It can be wrapped around the wrist, three times, or twice around the wrist and once between the thumb, before being secured to the toggle. To allow for the space of wrapping the 'List', I made the cuff base longer to fit on the upper wrist. The 'bunched' portion, of the List, set close to the cuff base, is secured. I was considering 'bunching' more of the list, but the small section works out best.

9 comments:

  1. That is such an amazingly great idea! I just love it.

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  2. Thank you so much Tanya. It actually created it self.....the list told the story!

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  3. An innovative design - beautifully done. Just love it!

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  4. How cool! I would have never thought to make something like this on a loom! But then again, I'm not the expert :)

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  5. Thanks for the comment Cindy! I would love to put a loom in your hand. I just know, those hand weaving experts, like you, would bring this art to an entirely new level!

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  6. OMG what a pretty Bracelets. This is my first time to this site but my friend has told me about your work and you are very very good!
    Wrap bracelets

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  7. Hello Adina, so nice to meet you! Thank you very very much!!!! Please be sure to keep in touch.

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  8. This bracelet turned out great, Erin!! I love the whole idea of looming a cuff and adding a wrap bracelet to it!!! You are amazing!
    I haven't finished my amulet yet! But, I will and I'll send you a picture when it's finished. Looking forward to seeing you at Bead Soup! Maryanne

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  9. Hi Maryanne [waving] thank you so much for the post.
    Please p,ease send me.a picture. I love how much you have embraced weaving on a loom!
    Hope to see you at Bead Soup again soon!

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