Many of you were suitably wowed by the work of Turkish artisans skilled in Kazaziye jewelry making, and said so in last week's giveaway from MoyoniJewelry

Czecher1 said, "Having been to Turkey and witnessing first hand the amazing workmanship of these artisans, I can agree their attention to detail is second to none. The history behind these techniques and the symbolism represented by the designs is fascinating."

Wayne did mention he saw some videos.  Here is one from Youtube which shows their way of doing Viking Knit, working in a bottom to top fashion. The working cord is finely coiled wire around a very thin base. 

And here is another showing how those intricate end caps are made :

What a wonderful traditional handicraft with a long history.

One lucky winner will win a gift certificate for 50 Euros (or approximately US$68) towards some Kazaziye jewelry - I got the currency wrong in my original post.

After numbering all the eligible entries, I got the random number generator over on to do the picking. The winner is Amanda Cogley!  Congratulations!

Didn't win?  Asli from MoyoniJewelry is offering coupon to get 10 Euros (approximately US$11.55) off anything from her store.  Use this code : BEADING10.  This code will be valid until October 19, 2021.

Asli also has a textile shop called MoyoniTextiles

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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM