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April 27, 2016

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Karen Eaton

Great blog post Brenda!! Now I know I did most everything WRONG with my other piece! LOL! But live and learn!!

Melanie

This was so interesting Brenda. A lot of work, but it definitely pays off in the end! Thanks for the "lesson" Now I am off to try this for myself :)

Marcia Tuzzolino

Fantastic post, Brenda!! Exactly what we were dissing the other day. You've got this!

Janet Calardo

Love what you have created and I am so excited for your class at the workshop! Thanks for a preview. I may try some of this before class.

Terrie Taylor

Thanks Brenda, beautiful work. I can't wait to see the finished piece.

Jann Tague

Haskell style is one of my favorites .. Thank you for more inspiration Brenda .. These are beautiful

Mary A Werner

I'm so glad you'll be adding more to the "Russian Gold" line. I picked up a few pieces in my last order, but wished there were more. Totally luscious! Thanks!

Chris Kemp

Can't wait to try it Brenda. Just need more pearls. More pearls!!!!!
You can never have enough.
Great blog. Enjoyed it.

Mocki

loved this blog and how you showed what's going on in the back of the pieces! I've been looking at that leaf wondering if that was the way you would bead them, lovely! Thank you for sharing!

Susan Bowerman

I can't wait to play with this technique so more for I love the way the finished pieces look. Great blog post, Brenda!

Chris

Very informative post - thank you for sharing!

Shari Gardner

So gorgeous. I am planning to take sometime to try it. I already received my order of the RGP, so now its time for me to do it. Thank you for explaining what you do with all of the little steps. I actually think this is doable.

Carole Carlson

Thanks for a great post, Brenda. I am excited to try this in the workshop next month. Now, off to play with my RGP order.

Sherry Russell

Love the Haskell style assemblage pieces......they've always been a favorite of mine. As soon as I can find the time, I'm going to try this for myself.....thanks for the wonderful pictures and directions!

Linda Caudle

Enjoyed the blog and thanks for tutorial.

wings and beads

I absolutely adore Haskell and loved seeing the back of these pieces. can hardly wait for class.

kristyle

What an awesome and informative blog and I loved how you showed the detail of what you are doing her and so happy you took time to create. I love everything your doing here absolutely gorgeous work my friend. XOXO!

Diana Redlin

Oh boy! another great way to set off jewelry. I'm game and happy to try it too.
You got some incredible pieces for us Brenda Sue :}
I have got to get some pearls or dig out my stash and see what will work.
Thank you B'sue!

Stephanie Godley

Love what you're doing with this wiring. Hope I can get the hand of it in May. As always, great descriptions and explanations.

Cara Schuster

Love-Love- Love your blog. I feel like that I am there with you. I can't wait to get started. You are a born teacher and explain so well. Can't wait for you to make other videos.

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