Reminders of spring

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Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg reminds us how she artfully arranges cane slices into the most interesting earrings.

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With her stash of beautiful tiny canes she makes turning them into layered designs look easy. See a few more versions on Facebook and more of her signature work on Pinterest and Instagram.

Reminders of spring and Lynne. She thought we might have forgotten her. Not a chance!

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  • reply Ellen Black ,

    is she still teaching and doing shows? I have a pair of her earring that I love!

    • reply Peg Harper ,

      I will NEVER forget Lynne Ann! The caning techniques and patterns I learned from her are skills that call on over and over again. Her petal and leaf canes make the most beautiful swirled lentils in my “repertoire”.

      • reply Ellen Black ,

        Does she still teach?

      • reply Wendy Moore ,

        These are so dainty and lovely! Thanks for the tip that she is on Instagram. And thanks for PCD dear Cynthia.

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