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Category Archives: Dazzle-it Lovely Knots
This bracelet is beautifully woven and unique because of an easy to use new tool from Beadalon. The fibers I used include our Lovely Knots 1mm cord along with a small ball of recycled sari yarn. Kleshna’s Bangle Bracelet Weaver tool … Continue reading
This simple but elegant bracelet features our Dazzle-it hot pink faux suede lacing and a knot. Nancy Donaldson created this bracelet when I challenged her to use the lace and one of the knots featured in our Lovely Knots booklet. This … Continue reading
This is the class sample for last week’s Creativ Festival workshop designed and taught by Fernando DaSilva featuring Lovely Knots. I did promise a better photo of the necklace the students made…and it is just wonderful! Fernando flew to Toronto … Continue reading
We know you have been asking for the cork board! It is in stock! The cork board is packed with a set of dress makers pins. This will make your Lovely Knots projects so much easier to create! The pins … Continue reading
This is an art deco inspired infinity bracelet by Fernando DaSilva. It appears in our Lovely Knots article in the current issue of Perles et cetera magazine. I wanted you to have a closer look at it. The English version … Continue reading
This necklace by Fernando Dasilva is only one of several samples on page 35 of his book: Lovely Knots – An Introduction to Chinese Knotting. I thought you would enjoy seeing a little bit more of it. It beautifully spotlights … Continue reading
Kumihimo is such a wonderful way to craft a necklace that showcases your favorite beads. The favorite stringing material for kumihimo braiding is rattail. As you can see, Fernando DaSilva also created a rattail tassel with an end cap and … Continue reading
In the latest issue of Perles et cetera we have a wonderful six page article on Lovely Knots. The magazine did an amazing job designing the layout for this special how to! This magazine is in French, so I have … Continue reading