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3 Weeks and Counting...

Just three weeks to go and I'll be in Scilly again. I can't wait! In the meantime, I'm keeping busy with an exhibition at RHS Harlow Carr which is right up my street... It's called 'Harlow By The Sea' and yes, you guessed it - it's dedicated to all things coastal. I'll be working there on Friday so will hopefully update the blog with some photos very soon! The exhibition is on until 2nd August so there is still plenty of time to pop along and see everyone's wonderful work. In the meantime, here's a few of the pieces that have been on display.


Our wavy crochet bracelets with crystals and freshwater pearls lend a touch of elegance.


Our starfish jewellery is simple, yet stunning!


Mesh wire brooches take some time to make but are so worth it, especially in these beautiful seaside shades.


This sparkling shell pendant caught someone's eye! I think the crab likes it too..!



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