The frayed ends look so delicate and soft you just want to reach out and touch them. Wonderful inspiration, I look forward to seeing the rest in the series : )
how beautifully you have transmuted inspiration into art, I cannot wait to see more!
Looks like a good start!
This is one of the most beautiful pieces of jewellery I have ever seen! Wow!!
I remember seeing a glimpse of this in a photo before Christmas. It's perfect.Tuija from Finland
Eva, this is an amazing and wonderful piece of jewellery.The very spirit of the plant itself.Superbe!!!!!!
Simply stunning. I've just discovered you and I'm saving my pennies. Looks like I'll have to be quick though!
don´t know if a jewellery ever moved something in me this much. nature is the greatest artist and now looking at Your work is making me loose the words. thank You for doing this.Ruu, from F-land
Oh my! Your jewelry is breathtaking!
I think that it's more and more beautiful, you progress, you have a them, a technic, and the ideas develope on this canvas.Like Monet, you work on a them for going ahead!
I just read the comments above, and I agree with them all! Looking eagerly forward to see more of your fruits and seeds!
oh yessss... looking forward to see more ! sounds wonderful !
i'm in love with smocking at the moment i'm reading a book on fabric manipulation and can't put it down....:)
I really like your blog and have passed on a ’stylish blog’ award to you :-)
these are extraordinarily beautiful!
absolutely adorable! must get myself one of these....
Beautiful beautiful---I get such inspiration from your work.
So fine, so delicate
Seeing this start, looks like it's going to go fabulously. I'm looking forward to watching you develop this theme!HugsCatherine
how delicate these are, so fragile...
splendid. as ever.
amazingly beautiful. I think I'm getting addicted to your work!Can't wait to see the others in this series.
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