When Helen met Judy

Washington’s Tonja Lenderman loves to experiment. With this polymer pendant she’s introduced Judy Belcher’s knitting techniques to Helen Breil’s twisted shapes.

From the angles of the knit strips to the forming of the shape, this design will challenge the math-side of your brain and get you primed for the week.

The best overview of Tonja’s work is on her Facebook page. You’ll also like her free crackled pottery tutorial on Polka Dot Creations.

Back from vacation

If you’ve sent me a link or a note, hang on! I’m easing myself back into work mode and plowing through a pile of email. Many thanks to all who sent their site links.

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  • reply Helen Breil ,

    Wonderful piece! Very striking and so unique. Love Judy’s surface technique with this. And that brilliant blue focal point sets off the design wonderfully. What a great mix of ideas!

    • reply Selma ,

      Really great and unique piece of jewelry.

      • reply Tonja Lenderman ,

        Wow, quite a surprise this morning. 🙂 Thank you for the feature!

        • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

          Beautiful!

          • reply Ginny Baker ,

            Beautiful piece! Congratulations Tonja!

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