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Beret beige Beret rauchblau Beret rot Halschmuck Rosenblätter Halsschmuck Ringe Halsschmuck Ringe Halsschmuck Ringe Halsschmuck Silberkugel Halsschmuck Silberkugel Schal Lamellen beidseitig Schal mit Lamellen Seidenschal Ringe Seidenschal Ringe Seidenschal Ringe Spiralhut blau Spiralhut blau Spiralhut rot
  • Beret beige
  • Beret rauchblau
  • Beret rot
  • Halschmuck Rosenblätter
  • Halsschmuck Ringe
  • Halsschmuck Ringe
  • Halsschmuck Ringe
  • Halsschmuck Silberkugel
  • Halsschmuck Silberkugel
  • Schal Lamellen beidseitig
  • Schal mit Lamellen
  • Seidenschal Ringe
  • Seidenschal Ringe
  • Seidenschal Ringe
  • Spiralhut blau
  • Spiralhut blau
  • Spiralhut rot
This winter season I produced different shawls, necklaces and hats.


Shawls
That the shawls stayed soft, cuddly and still warm I used silk material and mixture of merino wool and silk. Through the materials the objects get a soft glow.

Because of the transparency of the silk material the colours of the circles change between the back and the front side.

The material of the shawl with the gills is a merino silk mixture. The higher silk percentage helps keeping the object soft, they don’t itch and have a noble glow.


Necklaces
The balls and rings of the necklaces are out of the same merino silk mixture as mentioned before. For the stitched spots I used hand spun yarn out of the same material.

The balls on the necklaces with the merino silk squares are out of silver and also handmade.

The necklace with the delicate “rose petals” is stringed on a silver chain which therefore gets a play full flexibility.


Hats
For the hats I used common forms. The objects out of merino silk can be folded and find easily room in any pocket.

The spiral hats out of merino get their form and stability through the working process and the material.