This Julie Rofman cuff was made on a traditional Native American loom. But it comes off so modern, like a pixelated friendship bracelet—which is both amusing and chic, don’t you think?
Neat! I just saw some other nice beadwork with ikat-type patterns on etsy, too — http://www.etsy.com/shop/craftpaca
Love these! Nicely priced, too.
I’m seeing a sort of old-school video game thing there. Which makes me suddenly realize I want a Space Invaders beaded cuff. I wonder how hard it would be to make?
Yes! I would totally wear this.
Love love love! Unless I show some major restraint, this blog will do some major damage to my wallet. And I don’t even wear jewelery type items.
Way cool! I love that it’s also adjustable.
Very nice! I would wear this also. I have a cheapo beading loom but I haven’t tried it yet. Maybe if I look at this enough it will motivate me. Maybe. Donna http://www.prettysparklythings.blogspot.com
We just bought this line yesterday for our Valencia St. Store : )
So bummed I didn’t make it to Valencia Street. What’s your store?
Weston Wear — a San Francisco classic. All the product is made in San Francisco, even the Anthro things we make for them are all produced here : )