CeeJay CREATIONS - Unique-one-of-a-kind-designs
Structural Beadwoven Pieces
"The Reef"
"The Reef"
Freeform peyote stitched vessel done in numerous sizes and shapes of seed beads. The fringe and embellishments took longer to make than the base structure. It reminds me of something you would find on a reef.
"From the sea"
"From the sea"
3 structual pieces meant to invoke the feel of things found on the ocean floor. A purple starfish with lime accents, a teal urchin and a piece of fan coral in celery green.
"Blue vessel"
"Blue vessel"
This vessel is peyote stitched in delicas and size 15 seed beads and has a ruffled top.
"Blue and Grey vessel"
"Blue and Grey vessel"
Structural vessel peyote stitched and embellished on the outside with overlay stitches. No armature is used.
"Blue herringbone sculpture"
"Blue herringbone sculpture"
This freeform piece was an exercise in what could be created using peyote and herringbone stitches.
Bronze Vessel"
Bronze Vessel"
This vessel done in bronze with Toho beads has a lid which fits in such a way that the branch fringe continues down one side. The blush branch fringe took longer to make than the vessel. Again no armature was use in the construction. Sold
"Geometric Vessel"
"Geometric Vessel"
This vessel is done in peyote stitch with geometric shapes weaving in and around the piece. The shapes continue their pattern connecting to the lid. It is embellished with vintage Swarovski crystals and fringe.
"It just Is"
"It just Is"
This is my first larger structure and as I was working on it everryone around wanted to know "what is it? My answer... it just is. It is peyote stitched in delica and Toho beads in mauve shades.
"Pot with lid"
"Pot with lid"
This small pot is peyote stitched in grey with turquoise seed beads and has a ruffled edged lid.
"Square Basket"
"Square Basket"
This piece is done with cube beads and was my first square structure.
"Tiny grey pot"
"Tiny grey pot"
Tiny vessel in grey delicas with a bottom added for a stand.
"Teeny vessel"
"Teeny vessel"
This is another small pot stitched in peyote stitch and then embellished on the outside with net stitch.
 
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