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Hurricane Carrie Creations started as a mother's day project. Darlene (that's my mom!) and I went to the craft store to explore this cool idea I'd seen of crocheting with wire and beads. We ended up buying our supplies and going home to spend some quality time together being creative.

Several months later, I was wearing my necklace and had a women ask to buy it from me (I've never had anyone try to buy my jewelry off my neck before!) and I said "why not? I'll just make myself another one". Turns out she owned a gift shop and wanted me to make several more. That winter Dar and I tried our hand at a local art and craft fair in our hometown and had a blast, the response was great and we've been having fun creating things to sell together ever since. Someday I'll get her on etsy, too.

My crocheted necklaces and bracelets are made using…

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  • Born on September 11
  • Joined September 4, 2009

Favorite materials

hammered wire, twisted wire, stone, pearls, fossils, beads, buttons, shells, copper, bronze, gold, silver, wire

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About

Hurricane Carrie Creations started as a mother's day project. Darlene (that's my mom!) and I went to the craft store to explore this cool idea I'd seen of crocheting with wire and beads. We ended up buying our supplies and going home to spend some quality time together being creative.

Several months later, I was wearing my necklace and had a women ask to buy it from me (I've never had anyone try to buy my jewelry off my neck before!) and I said "why not? I'll just make myself another one". Turns out she owned a gift shop and wanted me to make several more. That winter Dar and I tried our hand at a local art and craft fair in our hometown and had a blast, the response was great and we've been having fun creating things to sell together ever since. Someday I'll get her on etsy, too.

My crocheted necklaces and bracelets are made using high quality copper wire coated with non-tarnish silver, gold, bronze or color. Findings are hand-made using coordinating wire. Glass, stone, wood, pearls, shells, fossils, buttons and various other materials are incorporated in a pleasantly random collection of beads to form a uniquely original, one-of-a-kind, unduplicatable work of art. Custom orders are welcome.

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