Thursday, December 07, 2006

Example commission


This shows you what you would see in the first stage of an order before Toby makes a hemp necklace. After you select your colour theme, he emails you close up of buttons and beads, and rough idea of necklace design. At this stage it is fine to swap and around and change your mind!

7 Comments:

Blogger Joanna said...

Its lovely to have the attention to detail

12/07/2006 7:44 PM  
Blogger Sybille said...

Love the colours on this one. Red and silvery grey are just so stylish! :-)

12/08/2006 7:20 PM  
Blogger SueC said...

Hello

I was just passing.....:-)
Wow...lovely blog and I really like Toby's creations. Does he ever make ankle bracelets???? I know someone not a milion miles away (cough) who would be interested.
xx

12/08/2006 9:51 PM  
Blogger tlc illustration said...

Yes - lovely combination. But the thing I like best about this photo is the multiple strands. Do you think it is feasible to make a multi-strand hemp necklance? Would it hang OK, I wonder? You wouldn't need to use any extra beads or buttons, I wouldn't think...

Mmmmmm. Lovely.

12/09/2006 8:06 AM  
Blogger natural attrill said...

Hello everybody,
Firstly to answer tlc's questions:
Yes I can make multi-strand hemp necklaces, all the strands would be slightly different lengths, but i would also use a few more butons and beads. If you would like one i can show you some sample beads and things, email me with colours you like.
And to answer suec's question:
I have never made an anklet before but i'm sure i could try, I could do someting like the hemp bracelet, that has adjustable lengths, (have a look on my Matching hemp necklace and bracelet post) Is this the sort of thing you were thinking of? Let me know, and if so what colours you like!
contact: info@naturalattrill.co.uk
Toby.x

12/09/2006 9:44 AM  
Anonymous carolyn said...

This is seriously tempting, so much lovely stuff.

12/09/2006 3:35 PM  
Anonymous Puflet said...

What gorgeous textures and colours, Penny - very tempting!

12/10/2006 12:19 PM  

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