Category Archives: Necklaces
Knitted body harness
When you hear ‘body harness’, what kind of body jewellery are you thinking about? Most likely black, brown or white leather and chrome or brass coloured buckles and D-rings. These materials signal power and toughness. I find the idea of … Continue reading
Knitted rainbow necklace — a perfect Gay Pride accessory
Buy cotton yarn in bright rainbow colours and make yourself a necklace to show your support to equal rights! If you are busy doing something else, buy this necklace I made. For more information, please visit my Etsy shop.
Knitted necklace in bright rainbow colors. Show your support for LGBT rights.
I made this multistrand necklace using cotton yarn in the bright colors of the rainbow. The knitted strands are about 6 mm in diameter and the necklace is about 120 cm long. Wear it long or short, once or twice … Continue reading
Knitted body harness. Simple, stunning and comfortable to wear.
At its best, Nordic minimalism is simple, stunning and practical. Wearing body harness sounds exciting, but uncomfortable. However, when a body harness is made of soft and slightly stretchy knitted i-cord which can be tied to fit your body exactly … Continue reading
Mustard yellow knitted necklace. Scandinavian minimalist yarn jewellery.
This knitted necklace is simple and stylish — good old Scandinavian minimalism! The necklace is a long tube and it can be worn in various ways: wrapped around the neck once, twice or three times, tied in knots, wrapped around … Continue reading
Sea shell necklace
Sea shells are fantastic material. I love their natural texture and their imperfection, the stains and wear. Life has left its marks on them, and yet they are as beautiful as ever. And interesting. I have designed this necklace using … Continue reading