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Thursday, March 31, 2005

I also make jewelry

This is what I do when I'm not knitting and spinning. A couple of years ago, when Caleb was small and I was at the end of my rope, I took a jewelry making class from The Austin Museum of Art (we lived in Austin then), it was either that or join the circus. Anyway, I loved the class, learned a lot and still enjoy making jewelry. The set above is Sterling Silver with Blue Topaz. It is available for sale. The stones are 8mm x 6mm, the necklace measures 17 inches around with a 1-1/2 inch drop. The earrings are 1 inch in length, which is a nice length: not too small to get lost in long hair but not so long that they'll tangle in your hair either. The Blue Topaz is the bright "Swiss" color. All jump rings are soldered closed and as I said, all metal is Sterling Silver. I've priced the set at $120, and for that price I'll include a polishing cloth and free shipping anywhere in the Continental US. Drop me an email if you're interested at: HooLooBooataoldotcom (replace the bold words with the appropriate symbols, I'm trying to avoid spammers here), also please mention jewelry in the subject line so I know what you're emailing me about. Thanks for looking. Tomorrow, what do elephants have to do with knitting?


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