Groch on PCDaily

Arlene Groch’s Blended Brights necklace is in the finals for the 2015 Niche Awards. Arlene’s hard to find online but she shared more of her summer creations like this blue beauty on the Philadelphia guild site.

You’ll also find Lindly Haunani, Judy Summers, Wiwat Kamolpornwijit and Louise Fischer Cozzi in the running. Link alert! Following these gems may take you some time.

Groch on PCDaily
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  • reply Patricia Shea ,

    Arlene Groch is on ETSY and her shop name is PolyGemDesigns.

    • reply Cynthia Clayworth ,

      “Blended Brights” – I could just keep looking at this gorgeous necklace with it’s gorgeous beads! They are just beautiful on so many levels! Just stunning!

      • reply Eugena ,

        Congratulations to Arlene! This necklace is so beautiful!

        • reply Denise Pettit ,

          It’s a stunner, Arlene!

          • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

            Stunning. Just stunning. I love the subtle coloring of her cut and insert. Yummy. Thanks for the post.

            • reply Jeannie Havel ,

              Congratulations to all!! You represent us well.

              • reply Christy Dickerson ,

                Arlene, These are my favorite pieces of yours! I love the colors and combinations of pattern.

                • reply People Who Clay Together. . . | Ornamento ,

                  […] ┬áNot always, but it certainly seems to be the case with ┬áthe South Jersey Clayathon that Arlene Groch has sponsored for the last 11 years with the help of some dedicated volunteers including Susan […]

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