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About this design:
I created this necklace to showcase the modest but beautiful stone circle in the centre with its dark and mossy greens, taupe and a little rust.
The circle suggested the other beads, all of which I already had in my stash, but most of which I hadn't used previously. It all comes together on hemp cord, with some gunmetal wraps, antique brass jump rings and toggle and with some brass chain.
This is the first knotted cord necklace I've made (I've done lots of crochet ones previously), and I'm really happy with the assymetrical design and earthy timeless feel.