Buttons that top the cake

The fashionistas among you will salivate as you look at the hand-loomed knitwear, complete with polymer buttons and pins, from New York’s Andrea Geer.

I love the easy, asymmetric drape of her knit pieces and appreciate her use of models of various ages and sizes. (More views on FB.)

And to have designer polymer buttons topping off the look, so cool. Rollover details to see them up close and be sure to catch the necklace at the end of the gallery.

Andrea is new to the Craftboston Spring Show and the Smithsonian Craft Show next month. Note some new pictures from Karen Noyes on the Craftboston show site too. Thanks to Ronna Weltman for introducing us to Andrea.

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  • reply andrea geer ,

    Hi Cynthia! Thank you for the kind words! It’s really inspiring looking at all the really great design on these pages. So many fantastic techniques and styles. That’s one of my favorite things about polymer. You can create something completely new every time.
    Thank you, Ronna!

    • reply carissa ,

      Beautiful, fashionable and comfy! My kind of clothes. It’s so nice to see the fashion world taking notice of just how usable Polymer is as an accessory.

      • reply JeannieK ,

        Buttons really add to an otherwise ho-hum piece of clothing. These are so fun and interesting. I have been making my own polymer clay buttons for years. I use them in my own jewelry designs, art work and clothing.

        I to love the asymmetric swing of that funky cool necklace Andrea is wearing

        • reply LaLa ,

          I am catching up on posts after a 10 day stretch without internet service. This was a delightful treat to come back too! Mahalo!

          • reply Polymer Clay Daily (blog) ,

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