I have quite a few things to cover in this post! A new tangle pattern! A new tangle using the pattern! A new bracelet!
Let’s start with the bracelet. I finished this sometime last week, but I’ve had so much to blog about I didn’t want to deluge the blog with too much information.
Or maybe it was because I was too lazy to take photos.
All of a sudden there’s a lot more brown and gold in my life. I’m not sure where that’s coming from. I’m usually a blue and silver person. I’m not complaining though! It’s good to get out of a color rut. :)
I’m really happy I got to use the button. It’s antique and it’s been collecting dust in my stash for quite a few years.
I also got to use black and gold cathedral beads that I’ve probably had in my stash for about ten years. Ten years is a rather long time, don’t you think?
They fit into my new brown and gold world quite nicely though. :)
That bracelet wraps around my wrist four times. I guess I couldn’t stop beading. It also makes a very nice sized necklace. In other words, it doesn’t choke the life out of me. ;-)
And no. There hasn’t been any word from the bead shop about the leather they’re supposed to restock. I’ve decided to bug them today about it. /sigh
I’m so excited! I finally came up with another tangle pattern of my own! That just doesn’t happen often. I’ve got to change that.
I shamelessly copied my name selection method from Sandra Strait aka Molossus. Hopefully she’ll forgive me.
You know those interesting word combinations you have to type in to leave a comment or some such nonsense on different sites? Just like Sandra, I’ve always been fascinated by them.
If I were a writer, I’d definitely be a sci-fi/fantasy writer and those pseudo-words would be featured as names or places in my fictional worlds. Instead I’ll use them for my tangle patterns just like Sandra does. :)
Now if I were to pronouce “Clemonsi” I’d say”Kleh-Moan-See”.
Here it is in a tangle.
"The Butterfly and the Caterpillar"
Can you spy the caterpillar? My mother had a hard time seeing it, but I think it’s glaringly obvious. Except I created it, so I’m just a little bit biased.
Of course there are more Mooki. I’m seeing Mooki everywhere these days. It’s an epidemic I tell you and a delightful one at that.
I still wake up to juicy rainy skies, but it clears around 11am. One of the local weathermen calls rainy skies juicy. Apparently it’s catchy.
Juicy skies certainly make the plants happy.
My camera really didn’t want to focus on the ginger bud and I had to do too many acrobatics to get that shot to really fix that. I do think it’s interesting the way the leaves are so sharply in focus.
It’s Aloha Friday! Hopefully where you are it’s pauhana time! (End of the working day.)
Have a great weekend. :)