Beading

Eostra’s Dream of Spring

Eostra's Dream of Spring

Eostra is derived from Ostara, Eostre or Eostrae, the teutonic goddess of dawn, fertility and spring. The name is derived from the old English name Eosturmonath for the month of April. In one of the more colourful stories about this goddess, she is said to have been the bride of the young earl of May. There are, admittedly, sources telling other tales, but we prefer this one and find it most suitable for our necklace which was made from a piece of bali fabric in pinks and only the slightest hints of grey and purple – in short, the colours of dawn... (3 May 2011)

Winter Valuables

Winter Valuables

Fabric beads are great fun. They are made from very small pieces of fabric and with the help of few accessories and tools can be turned into unique pieces of jewellery. The possibilities really are endless and should you ever decide that you don’t like a piece any more, you can reuse almost all the parts in another project... (02 February 2011)

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Unfolding (Book Cover)

Unfolding (Book Cover)

Lately, it has become quite the fashion for companies to hand out blank notebooks to employees and customers. This is quite a useful give-away for anybody who has something he or she thinks is worthwhile writing down...

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Author: 
Jutta Hufnagel
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