Ever Changing, Never Boring
I started making jewelry in 2001 through basic beading and wire wrapping. I continued to practice, pushed myself to try more difficult techniques, and became more adventurous with my designs. Soon, my friends and coworkers began to request custom pieces. I started my Etsy shop in 2006 when Etsy was still a fledgling online marketplace. Since then, Etsy has grown tremendously, and my shop has gone through a lot of changes. I've gone from basic beading to metal work to incorporating lace and African fabrics as I've tried to develop my own unique voice. Recently, I discovered soutache - an old textile art that combines colorful woven, flat thread with beads. This unique process has given me and my shop a new life.
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Tyra Cooper Davis
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
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I am, however, a reasonable person and may make exceptions in reasonably extenuating circumstances. Please convo me.
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CARE and MAINTENANCE
Although the soutache process is very sturdy, your tyramade product is subject to wear and tear. Remember to remove your rings and bracelets before washing your hands or body. Be careful about repeated snagging or bumping.
As you do with other jewelry, store your tyramade product in a jewelry box or case to keep things from collecting dust or dirt. Inside each tyramade package is a plastic baggie that can be used to store and protect your jewelry as well.