August 31, 2016

Caribbean Color Palette - Challenge Update

Micro macrame bracelets by Sherri Stokey of KnotJustMacrame.

If you missed the Caribbean Color Palette challenge post over at Love My Art Jewelry, don't panic.  There's still time to play along.  Here's the palette:

Caribbean colors palette in beads and cord.

Yep, that's me - hanging on to summer with every ounce of my being!  I know, I know... it's that time of year we should be playing with the autumnal colors, but just look at those blues and how fun it is when you throw in some chartreuse!  I've been playing around with my cord and beads and have come up some really pretty bracelets so far.

Micro macrame bracelet by Sherri Stokey of KnotJustMacrame.

I liked this one so much I made up kits for it and used them in my ZigZag Micro Macrame bracelet class in Denver.

Micro macrame bracelet by Sherri Stokey.

Micro macrame bracelet from Knot Just Macrame.

I thought this one was going to be boring when I started - like maybe it needed more color.  But once I got underway, I really liked the way this one came out with more white than color.

Micro macrame bracelet in Caribbean colors from Knot Just Macrame.

Micro macrame bracelet in Caribbean colors by Sherri Stokey.

Anyway, if you're interested in playing along, the rules are simple:  make something inspired by the Caribbean Color Palette photo.  It can be anything - a painting, jewelry (of course), a scarf, a quilt, a pair of hand painted shoes (hinting here - I'd really love some!) - as long as it's made by you.  Share a photo of your piece with me by September 14, 2016 (see, you still have time!) and I'll put together a blog post revealing them on the Love My Art Jewelry blog on September 16th.   If you'd like to do a blog post, send me the link along with your photo and I'll include it.  Please send photos to me through my business Facebook page or via email.  

Caribbean colors palette in beads and cord.

Who's in?


  1. Lovely bracelets!
    Wonderful idea! I like colors! Maybe I'll participate.

  2. I've been having so much fun with this palette. Can't wait to see what everyone else made! :D

  3. Beautiful bracelets that you created. You have great patience and skill.


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