Hey everyone! I AM BACK, BABY! I am off of restriction and able to bead again! Which means now I have to catch up on my inchies; but not this week. This week I worked on my Temperature necklace from the Facebook Group Seed Beads And More. I got all of January done.
If you don't know what a temperature necklace is that is ok. I did not either until the beginning of the year when Anita, the Moderator of Seed Beads and More brought it up to the group. The necklace is similar to a temperature scarf that knitters do. Stitching yarn; beads in my case; into strips of color that represent the daily high and low temperature. I decided to use the herringbone stitch and do 2 rows for the low and 2 for the high. I will separate each month with a hand painted bead and edge each month with a row of white.
Now, onto Every Inchie Monday. I missed posting 2 weeks in a row, so here is the catch up. January 29th was Vietnam. With so much history that the country has I went with my gut...err belly. Vietnam is known for Pho, a soup that is made up of beef stock, spices, noodles and sliced beef or chicken (and sometimes egg). Yum! I have never had Pho but I could use a hot bowl of it right now!
I also missed Zimbabwe. This one was super hard for me to find something to bead about. I was going to do Victoria Falls. But you know how hard it is to bead a water fall? Yea, that is why I did not do it! LOL So instead I did the flag of Zimbabwe.
Now on to this weeks inchie. The world tour stops in Romania. Which is kinda cool since my inchie is a gold 10. Commemorating Nadia Comaneci's first 10 in Gymnastics. Nice that it coincides with the Olympics.
That is it for me this week! I am so happy to be back! I will work on the inchies I missed and will post them as I get them done. Don't forget to fly on over to EIM and check out the latest stop on the inchie world tour!
Welcome back! Nice work too! I had forgotten about the 10 so thanks for the reminder 😊ReplyDelete
Thanks! Glad to be backDelete
My link is on the blink....just hit the "home" part & you get to the correct part if my blog!ReplyDelete
I saw that, Thanks for letting me knowDelete
Sally, something that you can do is click on the home page and then use that as your link instead of the individual posts link. HTHDelete
I am glad that you are back and that you are able to bead again.ReplyDelete
Your inchies are beautiful.
Thanks, so glad to be back!Delete
Yay! Nice to see you and your beautiful beading back into things...that necklace sounds intriguing and your inchies are great. DxReplyDelete
Thanks Dianne, I cant wait to get the necklace done!Delete
Great to see you beading again, the inchies are wonderful!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much MargrietDelete