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Jewelry has been a lifelong passion for me. The first piece I remember was a turquoise ring my Mother bought for me at the Grand Canyon. At that point turquoise and Indian jewelry became a part of me and what I make. After making necklaces for over twenty years, my knowledge of stones has grown tremendously but it's still a thrill for me to see a new, wonderfully colored piece of jasper or other new stone that I know will make something stunning. I am basically a bead stringer so that's what I love to do but have learned many new techniques over the years to add variations and interest to jewerly. I am currently making necklalce sets in four categories, which include pendants, short and sweet, metallica , and ethnic. There's still many new stones for me to find and create with so I'll just keep on stringing.
I taught school for many years; when retired I moved to the beautiful state of Washington and have very much enjoyed…

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  • Female
  • Born on October 22
  • Joined November 8, 2009

Favorite materials

jasper, agate, turquoise, carnelian, silver, opal, ruby zoisite, amethyst, apatite, citrine, tourmaline, ruby

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About

Jewelry has been a lifelong passion for me. The first piece I remember was a turquoise ring my Mother bought for me at the Grand Canyon. At that point turquoise and Indian jewelry became a part of me and what I make. After making necklaces for over twenty years, my knowledge of stones has grown tremendously but it's still a thrill for me to see a new, wonderfully colored piece of jasper or other new stone that I know will make something stunning. I am basically a bead stringer so that's what I love to do but have learned many new techniques over the years to add variations and interest to jewerly. I am currently making necklalce sets in four categories, which include pendants, short and sweet, metallica , and ethnic. There's still many new stones for me to find and create with so I'll just keep on stringing.
I taught school for many years; when retired I moved to the beautiful state of Washington and have very much enjoyed the glorious rhodendrons, azaleas and maple trees here; I even like the rain having moved from a dry area of the country. Spring and fall are particularly inspriring to me as a jewelry designer and I find that my love of natural materials has grown. I look forward to sharing some of my new designs with all of you, you all.so generously share yours with me.

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