I’ve mentioned it before but I’m all for mixing clay with… well, a heckuva lot of stuff. Felt is a fun one and Nicola does a fabulous job here with her necklace. She mentions she is inspired by Ronna’s Ancient Modern book and I can second her recommendation – the book is great for simple, dramatic clay pieces.

Photo by Nicola Brown-Clasheen

By Elaine Robitaille


5 Comments so far

  1. Nicola on February 17, 2013 12:59 pm

    Thanks Elaine for sharing my felt and polymer clay necklace, I’m having great fun experimenting!

  2. Anne Ryan on February 17, 2013 2:34 pm

    i love what Nicola did and didn’t do in this necklace. Handsome and a lovely teaming of media.

  3. Elaine on February 18, 2013 1:37 pm

    Felting is one of those crafts I haven’t gotten very far with yet! Needle felting results in my fingers becoming little pin cushions generally

  4. Nicola on February 19, 2013 7:03 am

    You need to try wet felting Elaine, I never use a needle either, two minutes and and my upper back/neck area iscrippled for the next few days.

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    [...] aching, I've been trying out a few polymer clay ideas instead. Thanks Elaine (editor of the polymer clay section at Craft Gossip) for linking to the post I wrote recently about my first 'official' necklace, it's [...]

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