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Textile Jewelry (Links) 

  ::: browsing the net, this is what I came across :::    
::: if it's not soft materials or textiles, it's textile techniques have been used :::    

::: the sites are organized by alphabetical order, as are the artists :::    
::: this is a work in progress ::: check back often :::    

 

 Textile Jewelry Home
(Recent Work)

 

::: Artful Home :::::: Connections ::::::
Dawanda :::
::: Etsy ::: ::: Flickr :::::: Hybrids :::::: Klimt02 :::::: Miscellaneous::: :::Montreal :::::: Netherlands :::::: Trunkt :::

 

 

 

 

 


 

::: Artful Home ::: a juried site for artist-made items that are shipped directly to your home :::

::: Dimensional Weave Jewelry & Sculpture by Anastasia Azure ::: To see more of Azure's work: Forged Fiber ::: 

::: In some of her works, Randi Chervitz uses metalsmithing and textile techniques together in one piece :::

::: Felt necklaces by Danielle Gori-Montanelli :::

::: Kathleen Lamberti aims to create tension between the soft surface of fibers and the hard finishing of metals :::

::: Connections ::: people I know :::

:: Felted jewelry from Allison (Fiberalley) ::: Montreal, Canada ::: fiberalley.etsy.com and Quebec Artisans and Whothecapfits

::: Dawanda :::site similar to Etsy :::

::: Etsy ::: the "eBay" for hand-crafted items :::

::: Wire crochet jewelry from Yael Falk ::: Israel ::: Yoola.etsy.com

::: Flickr ::: an online photo management and sharing application :::

::: Thea Clark's felt & silver pieces :::

::: Cathy Cullis's stitchery appeals because it's rough and graphic :::

::: Heloise.'s work is colourful & wild :::

::: Freeform Crochet jewelry by Irregular Expressions :::

::: Felt necklaces by Nervous System :::

::: Hybrids ::: accessories that are not jewelry, but beautiful adornments nevertheless :::

::: Rose Scarf by Jenne Giles of Harlequin Feltworks ~ an accessory, giant necklace, or just wearable art? ::: Here is more :::

::: Sonya Mackintosh's knit scarves :::
::: Klimt02 ::: International Art Jewelry network :::
Do a search for textile, felt, knitting, crochet, weaving, braiding, or other textile-related terms to see the jewelry that incorporates this material or these techniques ::: www.klimt02.net :::

::: Lily Yung, 2006 ::: to see die cut felt necklaces by Lily Yung (click on the arrows to see other images in the same series) :::
::: Miscellaneous ::: whatever else struck me... :::

::: Liz Clay's felted neck pieces ::: 

::: Barbara SilverStein's braided and woven wire jewelry :::

::: 3-D Sculptural pieces by Katherine Wardropper

::: Montreal :::
people from what has been my home town since 1994 :::


::: Netherlands ::: Dutch Textile Jewelry from what was my home country until 1991:::

::: Frans Beelen combines textiles with natural materials such as fur and feathers to arrive at her elegant pieces :::

::: Janine Berben turns fragments of her life (or childhood) into tangible pieces :::

::: Mecky van den Brink works in a variety of media, textiles among them

::: Maria Hees uses ceramics and textiles to make jewelry :::

::: Felieke van der Leest combines crocheting & knitting and turns plastic or rubber critters into jewelry-like objects :::

::: Faux-leather neck- and wrist pieces by Jeanet Metselaar :::

::: Hanneke Paumen uses wood, precious metals, or textiles to make jewelry :::

::: Thea Tolsma creates jewelry out of rubber inner tubes :::

::: Trunkt ::: The Wholesale Gallery of Exceptional Design Products :::