May 2006
Crochet!;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p10
The article features glass accents developed by glass artist Christine Hynes of Artistic Visions Design. The creations can be used as buttons, shawl pin or garment jewelry. Hynes is also willing to custom-make buttons according to a customer's specifications. To see all her creations, visit the Artistic Visions web site at artisticvisionsdesign.com or contact her by phone or email.


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