Damascus with a twist

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Virginia’s Tina Wujick has an affinity for the Damascus cane and when she took a Skyscraper class with Iris Mishly earlier this year, she saw new possibilities. On Tina’s newest earrings black bisects the cane for added interest.

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This week you’ll see snapshots of works in progress as a group of us play here in Virginia. “What if…” is our mantra as we take what we know and turn it on its head.

Tina is also making bright beads with rope edges from her bright pieces of cane as she tries to give her favorite technique her personal signature.

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  • reply Loretta ,

    Hey Tina- these are great! And exactly the kind experimentation that excites me!
    Have a great time this week…wish I were there…but you can’t be in two places at once. Hugs to everybody.

    • reply PiperPixie ,

      Love, Love, LUV the bright bold colors being used!

      • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

        These are beautiful colors! I just love the way they make such stunning contrast!

        • reply Sandra D. ,

          The earrings are fabulous!

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