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  • Illora
    Feb 3, 2007
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      I promise I will as soon as it is complete, which will have to be by March since I got fanaggled into entering it into Our Kingdom Art competition that I keep saying I never want to enter again! Hence, the documentation. I am not much on spending time writing documentation since it is time I could be sewing!

      I am almost done now but with me it is always hard to stop! I have loved doing it and it is one of those create as you go projects that just keep growing. I am very excited about it. I hope you ladies will think it is as nice as I do. Having the experts look at my work is always scary to me! But as I said I hope to have it at Estrella for those who will be there and care to take a look.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Ken Mayer
      To: Cindie ; WKneedle@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, February 03, 2007 9:31 AM
      Subject: Re: [WKneedle] Gem attachment

      At 01:45 AM 2/2/2007, Cindie wrote:

      >I have been working on a piece in the style of Aldith's beautiful be-
      >gemmed piece that is pictured in the photos section. She sent me
      >directions a few years ago and I am working on the piece finally. It is
      >turning out quite eye catching. I need to do some research and get
      >some documentation. Can anyone point me in a direction for a search?
      >I don't enven know what to call it.

      Since Aelia and Tangwystyl have covered most of the available
      documentation, (which is to say, there's not half as much as we'd
      like) I'll just add that there is more documentation on the use of
      glass stones in jewellery and in stitched jewelled textile decoration
      in Medieval European Jewellery, by Ronald Lightbown, V&A Museum 1992,
      ISBN 0-948107-87-1.

      Are you planning to take pictures of your finished piece? I'd love
      to see it.... (no pressure)....


      "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited.
      Imagination encircles the world." -- Albert Einstein

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