Bonnie Bishoff on PCDaily

Bonnie Bishoff, long known for large polymer inlays in the wood furniture she and her husband JM Syron produce, has been adding more jewelry and a line of shawl pins to her repertoire. The shawl pins were originally requested by Bonnie’s mother-in-law, fiber artist Barbara Jones. They’ve grown into a new line being sold in knitting stores across the U.S., Canada and the UK. The polymer is set into bezels that Bonnie designed with sturdy, clever closures.

Enjoy a browse through other recent additions like these Circle Brooches which she treats like small canvases that alude to life on the northeast coast. She’s also expanded to Facebook here.

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    It’s been a while since I’ve looked at Bonnie’s work and I had forgotten how soothing it is to look at; her patterns, color and shapes just invite you to sit back and relax.

    • reply Deborah Groom ,

      I am madly coveting the bezels for the shawl pins. They are such wonderful bases. Her work is really lovely.

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