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Monday, December 28, 2009

More interweaving

crochet metal wires with round beads

Foe those of you following my interweaving topic, here are some more samples when gold filled beads meet my wide crochet ring.

For those of you wondering, the sporadic model is proving itself to be a big hit, a friend of mine that got one from me to her birthday came back from work with a list of orders for many of her colleagues.....

I created naturally this ring also in silver but could not yet find the time to take photos and edit, and beside the sun has been a little tricky on me lately, showing up and Disappearing in un convenient hours...

cheers,
yooLa

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Violet, purple & lavender



I'm not sure if its the weather, my personal mood or current fashion trends.... its so hard to tell when things actually come from within our inspiration and when it was planted in our heads/eyes/hearts
Anyway violet, purple, lavender and their extended family related colors are the stars of my current designs.
Here are some samples.....

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Featured on Coolil.com

I'm featured on this great place, you are welcome to read :
Less Is More – Crochet 3D Jewelry By YooLa

by Noa Levy on November 26, 2009

Israeli designer Yael Falk designs for her brand “YooLa” clean geometric jewelry and small home decor pieces. The softness of the metal wires creates a feel of serenity and quiet, originated from the perception that “less is more “.



Yael’s jewelry are combined of 3D structures and surfaces using fine metal wires such as 14k gold filled, silver and copper. The work is done using a tiny crochet hook and nothing but the designer’s bare hands. The basic technique was learned in Montreux, Switzerland a couple of years ago and since than designer Yael Falk has developed unique patterns and designs based on that technique.



Yael has over 15 years of experience in the field of an industrial design and product development. She finds a lot of resemblance between the complex 3D forms she builds on the computer and the elements she creates with her own hands in her jewelry collection.

YooLa’s collection is currently presented in galleries in France, Singapore, USA and Israel.

www.yoola.etsy.com

www.yooladesign.blogspot.com
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