Who better than Judith Skinner, mother of the Skinner Blend, to design this great necklace whose color gradually grows darker? She donated the item to the Pingree silent auction. Judith has a new website you might want to visit.

This triangle of Skinner blend folded over onto itself to form a bead is a pretty clever twist on her theme as well.

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  • reply Marty Woosley ,

    Thanks Judith for all your creative talents and sharing spirit. I have enjoyed your classes and time spent with you. Hopefully, you continue to teach–you are a GOOD teacher and friend.

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