​Yellow Flower Embroidery Cameo Necklace

List price: $12.00
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About this Product

Yellow Flower Embroidery Cameo Necklace 

You will receive one of the two necklaces shown.

These sweet pendants are handmade by me!

Design: Each pendant features embroidery work done on off-white fabric using embroidery floss.  The fabric wrapped around a glass cabochon and set in a 1" black enamel metal bezel.  It comes with an 18” faux leather necklace. 

Size: Each pendant measures 1" across, the necklace is approx 18”

Style: Each necklace features a yellow wildflower.  

Care instructions:  Avoid getting the pendant wet or coming in contact with harsh chemicals.  

If you have any questions or custom requests, please feel free to contact me.

Thanks for visiting my shop!  My name is Abby.  I am a Maker and Fiber Artist currently living in Dallas, TX with my family.  I love creating gifts that surprise and delight those who receive them.  In my shop you can find crochet patterns, decorative crochet plants, handmade jewelry and jewelry making supplies.

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Duncanville, TX
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Meet the Maker

I’ve been a Maker since I was a young child.  I remember rushing to finish my worksheets in 1st grade so I could draw and color.  My parents engaged my creativity with origami books, watercolor sets, sketch pads, beads and yarn.  

I was, and am, surrounded by women who love fiber arts.  My Grandma gifted me a stamped cross-stitch square and embroidery floss.  My Granny crocheted dozens of Afghans of all sizes.  My Mom indulged my clumsy attempts at making my own clothing on a Singer Genie.   My best friend and I explored crochet and quilting.  My godmother showed me how to knit, but I could never get the hang of it!  During college I majored in Visual Art Education with a concentration in Fiber Arts.  

I continue to explore different mediums - watercolor paint, embroidery, jewelry making and polymer clay.  I’ve created original  and published original crochet patterns (a collection of crochet plant patterns and holiday gnomes).  

I sell my creations at Knick Knacks in Duncanville, TX and online through Abby Farmer Creations.  

I live in Duncanville, Texas with my husband, Phil and our fur-babies, Duncan & Cassie.  I’ve been a member of Wycliffe since 2005.  I currently work as the Canvas administrator for Dallas Int’l University.

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How it’s Made

How it’s Made:

Creating an embroidery necklace like this involves several steps.  Here’s a general overview of the process:

Design:  The first step is to design the embroidery pattern for the necklace.  This can be done by sketching the desired floral pattern directly on the fabric or onto water-soluble stabilizer.

Materials:  I use fabric, embroidery floss in different shades, and needles for sewing.  I secure the fabric in an embroidery hoop to keep it taut.

Stitching: I use a variety of stitches including satin stitch, back stitch, French knots, and lazy daisy.  I use 1-3 strands of floss, depending on how dense the stitch-work is.  I love creating different textures with stitch combinations.  

Finishing: Once I am done stitching, I remove the work from the embroidery hoop.  If needed, I place the fabric in water to dissolve the ink or stabilizer.  I add a running stitch outside the sitch work and I trim away any excess fabric and smooth it to remove wrinkles.

Assembly: I select a cabochon to fit the bezel.  I place it behind the fabric and tighten the running stitch

es to secure it.  Then, I securely glue the piece into the bezel and allow the glue to dry.

I add a necklace (chain or faux leather cord) to complete the necklace. 

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Shop Policies

I can create custom orders upon request.

If you have any questions or experience any problems, please send me a message.