Jingle Jangle Bracelets

Brown bangles Red bangles

Inspired by yesterdays creativity at the jewellery making workshop, I decided to make some bracelets ready for Open Studios at the Biscuit Factory in November. The bracelets are made from a mixture of recycled, broken jewellery and lovely new glass, handmade and wooden beads. I must admit, in the past I have made loads of these, as I just love the mixture of textures and colours, plus wearing four bracelets around each wrist looks great and makes a wonderful ‘Jingle Jangle!’


About obsesivcreativ

I am a freelance textile artist working with and teaching traditional textile techniques including hooky and proggy matting, patchwork and quilting, batik, embroidery, spinning, knitting and crochet. I work with schools, community groups, museums and galleries creating mad and wonderful things such as Egyptian mummies, story-telling tents, rainforest maps and even coffins...
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2 Responses to Jingle Jangle Bracelets

  1. Rob Patrick says:

    They look great, it even looks life there are ones for the more adventurous but dapper fella!


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