These are what I was doing last night:
I wanted to make stiff pieces of European 4-1 that could be used in the middle of necklaces, but wasn't sure quite how to go about it. In the first one I added a row of helm chain to the top to stop the triangle compressing itself when hanging, and in the second I joined the sections on to large rings.
I'm sure there's a better way to do it - any suggestions appreciated!
I also finished this - peyote stitch with green seed beads:
I got out the Beadworker's Guild necklace and bracelet booklets from the library and the leaf is from one of the patterns in them. The full pattern calls for the necklace to have leaves graduating in size going all the way round - I rather doubt I'm going to get that many done! I got faster as I went, but it would still take ages to do that many. I was thinking I'd go for a cluster of three instead. (There are some really lovely designs in those books, though).
ETA: I love my camera. These were taken just an hour ago in lighting from a little table lamp (normal bulb) on a white acrylic plate I picked up earlier today. I set the white balance and they just needed a teeny bit of levels adjusting to brighten the white up from pale grey. No yellow cast!