Georgia

Georgia

I’d like you to introduce you to Georgia. She isn’t named for the state or the peach. By the time I finished this piece it made me think of the soft, warm, pastels of the southwest, and the very gentle curves of the landscapes that Georgia O’Keefe would paint.

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I created the pendant with a thin (1.5m) of Pearl White Polymer Clay. I covered both sides with Solar Gold Pearl-Ex powder. Then fan folded the rectangle, pinched the ends and separated the folds. Then to create a bit of interest I added a freshwater pearl in the center. The micro-macramé is called a “serpentine” pattern in shades of peach and light brown 18 gage nylon cord with freshwater pearls and a button fastener.

Special thanks go to Helen Breil for her Fan Fold tutorial and Marion Jewels in Fiber in Fiber for her amazing color selection of C-Lon cord.

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