Wiggins on PCDaily

A new twist on an old shape from Angie Wiggins is sure to capture our attention.

Bits of canes are textured and topped off with a companion bead and strung on the ends of buna cord with o-ring findings. She makes mixing and matching look so easy.

Wiggins on PCDaily

Then Angie moves to her specialty vessels. Sand from Scotland mixed into the Skinner blend gives the piece extra depth. The striped stubby legs are a signature touch.

You’ll love studying how she comes up with these compositions. All you have to do is look at her worktable pictures on Facebook.

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  • reply Lela ,

    Very nice!

    • reply Marykot ,

      Wunderfull, I like very much !

      • reply Deborah Stanley ,

        I love the intricate attention to detail that is so apparent in your beautiful work! It is amazing! Thanks for sharing! Keep loving what you do and polymer on!

        • reply Loretta ,

          Fabulous color texture and form.

          • reply Liz Stefano ,

            Fun unique shaped pendants !!

            Am an avid reader -> thanks so much and hope to see you again in beautiful Washington State !!

            • reply Sabine Spiesser ,

              These are really cool twists indeed!

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