Sunday, October 17, 2010

Cuff Bracelets From The Dyed Fabrics

Last week I showed you the fabric and lace I  dyed using the
Flower Girl's dress along other fabrics. I was not sure what
the dye was called as it was in small bottles and unlabeled.
I had purchased it at the Paducah, Kentucky Quilt Show some
years ago.  Since then some of you, experienced dyers, have
suggested I use Procion dye in the future.  I am so thankful
to have a network of friends that will freely share advice.
This eliminates some of the trial and error we would
have gone through in the past.  A few clicks of the mouse
and most questions are answered.
Here are the cuff bracelets I created:

 This last one is a freeform crocheted cuff with
bead embellishments.

I have many more to create as I have a craft show
to prepare for in early November.  Yikes, that will
be here before I know it!

Love to all,


agypsyangel said...

Those are just beautiful perhaps one day you can show us a tutorial of one of your beautiful pieces. You look like you have been very busy. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Kim

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Oh Debbie, these are GORGEOUS!! My fav. is the pink. Have a great week.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Your cuffs are great Debbie - I especially like the freeform crochet one. I've been wanting to play around with some freeform and it's on my to-do list. There are some pretty gorgeous textural pieces I've seen.

Dorthe said...

Hi Debbie,
I think they are fantastic all, they looks so gorgeus, when made of things coloured in the same bath-
I`m working for shows to come up,too, and don`t like the dead-line coming very cloce,soon, eighter---
Wishing you lovely dayes of creating.

BubzRugz said...

They are lovely Debbie - so special and unique.... lots of hard work coming up for you.... Hugz

Theresa said...

Beautiful! You are so talented! Enjoy your day!

Pam Kellogg said...

Absolutely gorgeous Debbie! I just love cuff bracelets. I have a few here that are all ready to stitch on.

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Debbie, those turned out beautifully! I am even more inspired to make some now. Great job!!! Connie

Eileen Bergen said...

Just lovely, Debbie. They look vintage and modern at the same time.

mya said...

These are beautiful, Debbie. You certainly made good use of the fabric and trims.

BLISS angels said...

Oh okay I'm going over the blogs of blissfull looking for ATC post for November and had to stop to say .. wow beautiful cuffs, love the last one ... okay back to work... Hugs Wendy

Whytefeather said...

Beautiful cuffs, love all of them but I think the one with the blues is my favorite :) Your freeform crochet one is amazing.

Cindy Adkins said...

These are fantastic...I love them all!!! WOW!!!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

These are so pretty. I wasn't sure what you meant by really created some wonderful things.

DeeDee said...

I have never made one of very beautiful each and everyone..I am loving on the pink one lots do such lovely work...hugs...good luch on sales...wish I could attend.

Just the Two of US said...

i love the tan cuff!! Beautiful! don't forget to enter my giveaway!

Linda Robinson said...

WOW girly, Your cuffs are so pretty. I just love The crochet one. But they are all wonderful. You are so talented.. Hugs, Linda

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Oh you cuffs are sooooo pretty. I think the blue one is my favorite!!! Blessings~~ Daphne

mya said...

Hi Debbie,
Whether you accept awards or not, I have a Happy Award for you at my blog. You do not need to contact me, but I want you to know that I really look forward to your posts.

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

Well I have to echo the "beautiful" comments !!!


Yvonne said...

Exploring your blog posts and enjoying every one. Will become a follower. Love these cuffs especially. Thanks for all the nice comments on our doll blog. It's nice to know someone looks. :)

MOLLYE said...

Oh Debbie, I love all the little cuffies. I was making them last year but cannot get motivated for the likes of me this year.

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