Wire Crochet Kippah With Pastel Variegated Yarn Spiral
StudioJere’s mixed hand crocheted kippot with variegated yarn spirals start as an open crochet stitch in wire with a beaded edge. Jere Moskovitz hand weaves in to the structure carefully selected yarns in a variety of textures and colors. Many use yarns of variegated colors which enable the colors to randomly fall within the piece, making each one totally unique. This one uses antique silver toned wire with pastel beads and variegated yarn.
A plastic comb is securely attached to each kippah to assure comfortable and carefree wear.
Materials: wire, yarns, beads
Size: 5″ diam
Meet the Artist: Jere Moskovitz
Jere's handcrafted women’s wire kippot and wire jewelry are distinctive in that they feature traditional knit and crochet stitches and are embellished with a unique assortment of carefully selected fibers or beads. In June 2012, Jere's kippot were selected for inclusion in Cover Thy Head, a juried exhibition of kippot and other head coverings at The Morris and Sally Justein Heritage Museum in Toronto, Canada. During the past year Jere has focused on enhancing and expanding her jewelry lines. She loves the natural shaping ability of wire and the opportunity to combine textile accents with beads for a multimedia effect. Jere also takes great care to select clasps and other components with clean, modern lines that match the simplicity of the wire forms.Learn More