This is my take on it anyway.
To be truthful,
I have never been in an Anthropologie store.
I didn't even know what they were until my neice got a job
at one and I googled it.
I don't get out much!
But I found this tutorial
on my new addiction,
(My account is under my name, Cathy Strate, if anyone wants to add to that addiction)
in my efforts to use what I am "learning" there,
I made this bracelet.
Here is the tutorial.
I have to go back and check out the other eleven projects that she has.
This is a really good tutorial,
I have never worked with elastic thread before
and it is a little tricky
to get used to.
Funny story there.
In the mess of errands that I had to run in the 3 hour wait for my MIL
to be done with dialysis...
the final stop
Got it all,
Check off the final stop on my handy dandy
color notes on my phone...
Just enough time to make it back to the hospital.
I am doing great.
Pick up my MIL,
Load her in the car,
where is my bag from Wallyville?
Apparently in the cart still!!!!
Guess you can't have a PERFECT day.
The good news,
A quick run into the store and some honest person turned it in.
Not a big believer in Karma,
but I did put a dime in the meter next to mine yesterday
for the person behind me whose had run out.....
no one else needed
So, back to the bracelet.
Now that my beads are laying all over my sewing table.
I may have to make a few more of these.
as I was digging through the craft closet for the beads.
I was reminded of Gracelyn's word on one of her overnights here,
as she also dug through that closet,
"Mamaw, I love being here!"
Expecting some loving revelation from the three year old.
"Because you have so much STUFF!"
Guess it pays to be a hoarder!