Wire Wrapping Sodalite: The Sodalite family #1

by Rose
(Chepstow, Monmouthshire, UK)


Sodalite wire wrapping experiments... Look what I made!


My friend sells crystals and stones. A month ago she discovered I was learning to wire wrap, or should I say, I was starting again after been away from it for nearly a year due to illness.
I had not done much before, but because I was recovering it was the ideal hobby to keep me entertained and inside the house.

She said. "Here are some crystals/stones, see what you can do with them" and she handed over some stuff which I took away and played with.
She, (Jane) was impressed so gave me more, included in the more where over 40 pieces of Sodalite flat teardrops approx 2cm x 1.5cm.

I said, a little loudly "What do I do with all of these?" Jane said "Go and create" So I am...and here are some of them...

I use 20,21,24, and 27 gauge wire and whatever I can find to use with them. Sadly I don't have all the pictures of them. But, I think I am getting better with them. The are definitely a challenge and they are teaching me to look and experiment with ideas.

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Thank you
by: Rose

I just want to say thank you for your kind words. I actually have fallen in love with weaving and I am constantly looking for more techniques to learn.
I like being in here too. Not long started so learning the ropes as I go along. I too have found a great deal on information. The kindness of strangers is always amazing to me.

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Wire wrapping sodalite
by: Linda

very good wrapping! The weaving is spectacular! I just started on this information thingy and I like it. The questions are intelegent and useful.

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