yukata jewelry show @ danaca design

yukata jewelry show @ danaca design

Above: Dana Cassara wearing her Hopeful Butterfly Hoops.

By Patricia Belyea

SEATTLE WA  Dana Cassara, the founder of Danaca Design, always wanted to be a teacher. Not only has she become one of the top jewelry teachers in the country, she’s built a whole community of inventive jewelers through Danaca Design’s training workshops.

Cherry Blossom necklace, Yukata Jewelry Show at Danaca Design in Seattle

Danaca Design challenged a cadre of artists to create jewelry inspired by Japanese yukata cottons. Each artist was given one yard of the luscious cotton from Okan Arts. The final creations include special metals, precious stones, beads, found objects, and more.

To see the Yukata Jewelry Show +click here

Be sure to read the Artist Statements and Bios! 

Below we see some of the wonderful jewelry pieces paired with their muse fabrics. Perfect for lovers of yukata cottons!

Hopeful Butterfly Hoops by Dana Cassara

Mura-take II by Yuko Tanaka

Flutter Necklace by Charise Randell

Yukata Kimono Dragonfly Hat Pin and Cushion Box by Addie Carns

Tulip by Fredia Flowers

Inrō with Manju Netsuke and Earrings by Helen Cowart

 


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