Such a pretty cuff, Maya! The pastel colour with the bold oranges is totally unexpected. Love this combination. Love too, the little beads, or are they buttons??
Everything on this one is either seed or round buttons with combined sequins. If you are refering to the flower ones, they are sequins too.
Oops. Meant to say seed or round beads NOT buttons. Sorry!
Really pretty bracelet! I love the added beads and sequins - they really take the design up a notch, though not needed because it would be lovely without as well.
Thank you Alexandra! I made one in plain grey only without beading just to let people see what it would look like that, but completely forgot to add it However, I am going to use it for another "refashioning" post :)
This is beautiful, Maya. Have you heard of the new series The Nevers? I'm looking forward to seeing it. I think it has that Victorian/steampunk look that you would like.Amaliaxo
Thank you Amalia :)I haven't heard about the Nevers, but I will definitely look it up. I watched like a ton of historical dramas on Netflix, and there were some spectacular ones! Just my cup of tea!
You crochet a beautiful looking cuff Maya!
That's stunning and those colours are my absolute favourite colour combo.
I feel that it has a very central Asian and Persian vibe to it if I look past the colour. I love the shimmery sequin details.
How pretty! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
Hi Maya,Your cuff is very pretty! I love the sparkly sequins and beads. Thank you for linking up at our weekly Link Party! You are being featured at our Wednesday Party #395 this week. Here’s the direct link to the post in case you’d like to share your feature: https://oombawkadesigncrochet.com/2021/04/crochet-plant-pods-diy-rustic-block-signs-golden-hour-cuff.htmlHope to see you again next week! Rhondda
I am both flattered and honored, Rhondda! Thank you so much!
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