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October 08, 2015

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Linda Caudle

Great newsletter Brenda! I have been working on my first attempt at caging this week for my FUF piece. Almost done. It has some mistakes but that how we learn. Will have the big reveal in the morning.

Tommee Caldwell

Anxious to see how to use the bracelets. I love them and I know you will have some great ideas. Thanks for sharing all the info.

LEILA BELCHER

Wonderful blog post! Eager to give it a try.

Jann Tague

Great work Brenda .. love the information and love your work

Pamela Anger & Toby, Novegatti Designs

Great post, Brenda! As you well know, I love the Miriam Haskell style, and have done that type of cagework in the past. I will definitely be doing it again!

Cynthia Wainscott

Wow what a post Brendita! Eres un mar de conocimiento :) I'm always learning something new from you! One day I need to give a try to cage work it fascinates me! And I really need to grab some of those hinged cuffs before are gone too!!!

Deb Beechy

I loved this article. I saved a picture of a Haskell pin like you posted with the face on it. The stones were all different colors in the one I saw.

mocki rangne

Thanks for sharing, love the Haskell jewelry!

Susan Bowerman

It is funny, Brenda how we try a style of jewelry--in my case, not even knowing what I am doing. This post was so informative. I made a piece in this style, winging it every step of the way. I used two of your blanks to create the necklace and those blanks were quite suitable to use because there is a great deal of room to pass the wire through larger openings. This is the blank I used: http://www.bsueboutiques.com/product-p/base0635.htm. After reading this post, I'm kicking myself for not ordering a few more! Great read as always. Hugs my friend!

Alexandra Sefton

This is SO interesting and fun to read. I loved the photos of vintage and newer brasses and how you showed some of the evolving Haskell styles. LOVE reading all that you write. <3

Sandi Bass

I love the caging technique! I have been collecting Haskell photos on Pinterest for 2 or 3 years.

Molly@hhjewellery

http://bsueboutiques.typepad.com/bsue_boutiques_jewelry_su/2015/10/cagework-assemblage-the-basics-of-beads-and-filigree-on-wire.html

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