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    Default In further search of asymmetry

    An 18mm x 13mm lavender amethyst cab mounted on a 9cm length of 3mm silver wire. One problem was to find the ideal attachment points for the chain so it hung correctly as a necklace.


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    Yes a common problem for all of us, which gets worse if the chain begins to creep around the neck.
    I'm hoping that you will run out of that chain soon, so that you can experiment with more feminine ones.
    Also try some square, or oval wires for a change, and use a number of different sized stones on a piece. Dennis.

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    So you have noticed the E00 chain! Yes I should “invest” in other chains! But there are so many!
    Stones…hmm I have made items using 2mm stones. Even one gypsy set ring. I will photograph that tomorrow. I will try to “spread my wings” a bit more ! Ruts are easy to fall into. But thanks for the nudge. It is easy to follow the line of least resistance.
    David.


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