Some recent Work with not so common Weaves
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Some recent Work with not so common Weaves
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Posted on Sun Dec 11, 2011 1:58 pm
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In the last week or two I had quit some time to try new weaves, and I'm really happy with what I got from it Smile


Item 1;

Serpent's Nest Bracelet, Stainless Steel rings, 1mm Wire, 4,2mm ID and 5,0mm ID


Item 2;

Originally I wanted to make Bydand, but I wasn't really happy with the way it turned out... I got the idea to do this, after searching the weave database again (for something new to do ^^) I found out that it is a small variation of Lylo.
Made out of Stainless, 1mm wire, 2,3mm, 4,2mm and 5,0mm ID
Note; The small rings aren't really necessary, but I liked the look of it ^^


Item 3;

Xenesthis Pendant, rings are 1mm Stainless wire, ID of 3,4. I think this is the smallest AR that could work with this, I nearly couldn't get it finished (and tried later an AR of 3,35, but failed). It can be quit easily done if you have already experience with Elfweave or especially Orc Weave


Item 4;

I saw a gallery item only short time after the 'favourit'-option was added... luckily, because at that time, I still hadn't mastered Elfweave, so the picture didn't help me to get the weave, but now it did. Thanks to rogaty for the pic and for chou for the modification of elfweave.
I think this is one of the most beautiful weaves out there and it is really great for bracelets.
Made out of Stainless, 1mm wire, 4,2mm ID. For anyone who wants to repeat it; the AR works really great for the weave.

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Posted on Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:03 am
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nicely done Elfweave.

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Posted on Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:13 am
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All very pretty Kleriker! I also really like the Elfweave with the edging. And your closures are excellent, especially for stainless rings. Smile


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Posted on Mon Dec 12, 2011 5:29 pm
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lorraine wrote:
All very pretty Kleriker! I also really like the Elfweave with the edging. And your closures are excellent, especially for stainless rings. Smile

Thanks Smile, it's really hard with stainless, but its worth it.

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Posted on Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:13 pm
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[color=lightgreen]Lovely work, Kleriker!! Great to see some of the more uncommon weaves being used!


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