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Comments on 'A Northern Grandmother's Necklace'

Please note: These comments are the personal opinons of members, and do not represent any sort of official judgement, even if they are made by people in club management.  Everyone deserves respect for their creativity; but if you find a critical comment on one of your works, please don't take it personally.  On the other hand, personal attacks are not tolerated and any comment containing them will be deleted as soon as we discover it!

PeggyBThis necklace is sooo adorable! Love all the different beads and the details. The knots look good, too.
Amelia MargettsFeatured in LJ Community's Artwork Spotlight 8-30-2011!
Non-Member ArtistI love this - I've been trying to picture one of these since I read the article on necklaces, and this is a brilliant help! It's also a lovely piece, very detailed and still easy to keep track of.
Non-Member ArtistI really like how these necklaces work in the culture. I wonder if they tend to design the network of strings that hold the beads to make it easy to change the bead in the central section? Maybe it varies from person to person depending on the perceived permanency of the relationship? Maybe it is even an indication of wanting a permanent relationship if one re-strings one's necklace so there is no obvious way to remove the central bead? Maybe breaking someone's necklace, even accidentally, is considered a sign of upcoming upheaval in personal relationships? Anyway, this is a cool drawing and it got me thinking :-)
Lorna (Comtessa)I love all the different beads. The details are amazing.
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