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[Welcome] New Members for July 29, 2009


#1

Please welcome our newest members!

Blanka Caen
Staines, UK

Hi, I am a real beginner with only a few lessons under my belt but a
life-long addiction to jewellery, gems and beautiful objects. We are
currently putting together our workshop by converting 1/2 of the
garage to create it. The building work is nearing completion and I
can’t wait to start being able to practice what I have learned so far
and to learn lots more. I have some rather ambitious projects lined
up already and suspect I’ll be asking lots of basic questions -
please bear with me. Thanks very much, Blanka

Deborah G Pool
Dorset, UK

I am an American, now living in GB. I have been jewelry making since
I was a child, mostly native american beadwork. The last couple of
years I have been learning new techniques, wireworking and metal
clay. I truly love the whole experience from the beginning of design
to the finished piece.

Mara Nesbitt-Aldrich
Pastiche Custom Jewelry
Portland, OR. USA

http://www.pastichejewelry.etsy.com

I’m mad about making jewelry. I am partially disabled from a car
wreck two years ago and sat like a lump while healing. I started
taking jewelry making classes at a local bead shop and got excited by
learning how to make beaded bracelets, earrings and necklaces. Most
of my work is custom-made so I’m eager to fulfill the desires of my
clients. I sell on etsy.com whatever I make just to play with and
practice techniques. I like to draw from a “Pastiche” of supplies and
materials and prefer to recycle old jewelry whenever possible. Please
visit my store and feel free to give me an honest, const ructive
critique. Making jewelry- it’s saving my life and my sanity, day by
day.


#2

Please welcome our newest members!

Blanka Caen
Staines, UK

Hi, I am a real beginner with only a few lessons under my belt but a
life-long addiction to jewellery, gems and beautiful objects. We are
currently putting together our workshop by converting 1/2 of the
garage to create it. The building work is nearing completion and I
can’t wait to start being able to practice what I have learned so far
and to learn lots more. I have some rather ambitious projects lined
up already and suspect I’ll be asking lots of basic questions -
please bear with me. Thanks very much, Blanka

Deborah G Pool
Dorset, UK

I am an American, now living in GB. I have been jewelry making since
I was a child, mostly native american beadwork. The last couple of
years I have been learning new techniques, wireworking and metal
clay. I truly love the whole experience from the beginning of design
to the finished piece.

Mara Nesbitt-Aldrich
Pastiche Custom Jewelry
Portland, OR. USA

I’m mad about making jewelry. I am partially disabled from a car
wreck two years ago and sat like a lump while healing. I started
taking jewelry making classes at a local bead shop and got excited by
learning how to make beaded bracelets, earrings and necklaces. Most
of my work is custom-made so I’m eager to fulfill the desires of my
clients. I sell on etsy.com whatever I make just to play with and
practice techniques. I like to draw from a “Pastiche” of supplies and
materials and prefer to recycle old jewelry whenever possible. Please
visit my store and feel free to give me an honest, const ructive
critique. Making jewelry- it’s saving my life and my sanity, day by
day.