Beads

I’m working on a written tour of my studio that Postmark’d Art will publish next month as part of it’s First Friday series.  Check out Suzanna Bond’s tour for a taste of what this series is about.

In preparation I snapped quite a few photos of my work digs. This one prompted a recent question:

How can I have this many beads — notice that you can see less than half of each drawer! — and still not have the ones I needed for my last project?! It’s one of life’s deep mysteries. I’m off to buy more beads.

7 replies
  1. patsymonk
    patsymonk says:

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  2. vivian helena Aumond-Capone
    vivian helena Aumond-Capone says:

    I understand the need to buy beads… Mine are in tubes, and baggies. I like your little round containers… I am trying to stay away from fabric, and bead stores… and use what I have. But I have bolts of PFD fabric, so I am never without!

    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      We are on the same page Vivian. I buy bolts of white fabric so I’m ready whenever the sun print whim hits.

    • Franki Kohler
      Franki Kohler says:

      You’ve got me there. Collections in general can be challenging. We love what we have but we have to take care that they don’t take over the house.

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