Maggie Maggio’s split ring design has been a great success. Here’s the video tutorial in case you missed it. Photos of the results have been coming in from artists around the world. The chain at the left is from Vancouver’s Barb Alexander.

What does Maggie want to see during her vacation in Italy? Red! Real Pompeian red, to be exact. It’s taken this consummate colorist a while to settle down, put polymer colors aside and just enjoy her month-long vacation with family. Check out Maggie’s site updates as she moves on to the Mediterranean blues.

Have a colorful weekend.

Loose Ends

Bids are flying in the second round of the auction to benefit Ponsawan Sila’s daughter. You have until noon Monday to get in on the action.

Nominations for IPCA board positions are due in by October 29. Read more here.

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  • reply genevieve ,

    That is such a cool process! How nice of her to troubleshoot problems that people are having when making their own chain!

    • reply Kelly @ Wave of Life Surf Studio ,

      Wow- when I 1st saw this chain I thought it was fabric- look forward to checking out the tutorial!

      • reply JeannieK ,

        I’m still trying to wrap my head around these. She makes it look so easy.

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