KimX

KimX: Explorations in glass and fiber

Davis, California

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Announcement    Glass jewelry, felted shawls, handspun yarn, flameworked glass knitting needles and other sculptures...

More examples of my work at:
http://kim-x.awardspace.com

Pepo Passion Blog (chronicles of my art and food)
http://www.quatzical.blogspot.com

CA sales tax of 8.25% will be added for shipments to CA

Announcement

Glass jewelry, felted shawls, handspun yarn, flameworked glass knitting needles and other sculptures...

More examples of my work at:
http://kim-x.awardspace.com

Pepo Passion Blog (chronicles of my art and food)
http://www.quatzical.blogspot.com

CA sales tax of 8.25% will be added for shipments to CA

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Last updated on January 23, 2023
Welcome, and thank you for checking out my creations. I love the process of making things and strive to create beautiful, unique functional and sculptural objects out of glass, fiber, wood and other media.

I try to support small family farms by buying wool, alpaca and other fibers raw from the source. I raise my own silkworms, but the time involved to raise enough silk for my shawls would make my felted silk shawls cost-prohibitive, so I do use commercial silk roving. I do my own fiber dyeing using acid, procion or natural dyes.

My lampworked glass creations are made with borosilicate glass (pyrex). I work them in the flame then anneal them for added durability. They are strong! But if they suffer an accident (if you throw a glass knitting needle across the room or drop a book on them) and they break, I can repair them in most cases for the cost of shipping. There may be a small fee if you drop them down a cliff, stomp on them or in other words, break them really well and it's a lot of work to put them back together again. If they ever break through no fault of yours, I'll repair/replace them with no charge.

I happily take custom orders and will work with you to make something you love, satisfaction guaranteed.
Feel free to contact me with questions about my process, techniques, materials, etc...

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