|Kanagawa Wave Bangle|
I wanted to make a spiralling triangle when I read that. But when making it, I found myself making something in between a Geobead, a design by Jessica Beels and a pillow bead like those made by Carol Huber, available for free in one of those lovely free e-books proposed by Beading Daily, called 'How to make a beaded bead'.
|Geobeads by Jessica Beels|
|Beaded Croissant by moi|
It felt like wing suit flying. You know, those guys who jump off the cliffs with a pinguin-like suit... (and a safety parachute).
I like this picture of one of them a lot, he looks like a little fly near this Jesus:
I knew that only when completely finished, the wave would be visible... You can see it taking the shape only when you reach the very last rows of the work. So either it would be ok, or a disaster - I really feared not having started with enough MRAW units...the bangle would have been too small in this case... It was a relief to see the adorable little waves finally curve... YAY!!!
|Close-up of Kanagawa Wave Bangle|
|The Great Wave - Hokusai|
It makes me think of Mandy Hale's words: