Lick­inFlames Shawl Ac­ces­sories

Crochet World - - Big Hook Crochet -

I love to cro­chet shawls, and I love to wear them too. Shawls can be made in all shapes and sizes; rec­tan­gu­lar, tri­an­gu­lar, half cir­cles, big and small. There is just one thing about shawls I dis­like, and that is their ten­dency to fall off my shoul­ders or re­quire read­just­ing all day long. Lick­inFlames comes to the res­cue with a beau­ti­ful col­lec­tion of hand­crafted clay shawl pins and fas­ten­ers. Form meets func­tion un­der the tal­ented hands of crafts­man Jim Atchi­son. Af­ter the clay dries and is glazed, each shawl pin be­comes a unique cre­ation as na­ture’s de­sign im­prints the sur­face of the clay when the piece is “licked by flames” dur­ing the fir­ing process. The softly round geo­met­ric shapes fuse with stun­ning tex­tures and col­ors to add just the right fin­ish­ing touch to your cro­cheted shawl. Be­cause each one is a unique work of art with vari­a­tions in col­or­ing and glossy and matte tex­ture, the web­site fea­tures each shawl pin in­di­vid­u­ally pho­tographed so you can per­son­al­ize your se­lec­tion. In ad­di­tion to their stun­ning shawl pins, you’ll find an ar­ray of tempt­ing yarn bowls, but­tons, brooches, trin­ket dishes and coast­ers on their web­site at www.lick­inflames.com.

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