After moving over from Blogger to WordPress (Hi everyone!), I’ve also been deep in paternoster joy.
It’s true. I can’t go to a bead store without finding something that I’ve fallen in deep lust with, and over the weekend was no exception. I found some gorgeous red horn beads as well as some silver-plated granulated beads, and with a bone cross that I already had at home, and after threading them on silk, I had a paternoster that looked pretty close to some exemplars that I’ve seen.
In addition to the fibulae and the paternosters, I was tasked with taking on a couple of projects for TRM Calontir. I’ll post those after Pennsic is over – I promise.
I’m also in the middle of writing a couple of ceremonies, and with permission, I’ll see if I can post those when I’m done.
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Beautiful bracelet! 🙂
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Thanks, though it’s not really a bracelet – it’s a linear paternoster. Paternosters are prayer beads that were in existence prior to rosaries, found in art dating from the 1300s and later. 🙂
No prob! (It’s a question I get a lot.)