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21  Re: Saturday night fever in Beads: Completed Projects by olenka on: October 22, 2005 01:31:50 PM
This tutorial is not going to be a master piece of tutorial macking but it should give you an idea of technique.

1you start with one fishing line and macking a "curwed leader" from tube beads and crystals.

2 you string biggere beads on blue end of string.
3 add biger crystals with red end of string and then string plastic beads like in step 2
4 now it is part that is hard to see in the picture you go through small crystals again with second piece of fishing line (green color) while doing that you add seed beads betwine crystals. Piece of fishing line shown as green should go through plastic beds to.

Sorry if it is confusing but English gets complicated when you have to explain somethin. Good lack.
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22  Saturday night fever in Beads: Completed Projects by olenka on: October 21, 2005 11:09:52 AM
Some of you probably know that feeling when you know that you are going out ,you open up closet to pick your clothes and you scream... I have nothing to where!!!!!
That happened to me last weekend, I didn't feel like sawing so I decided to mack myself a necklace.
 I used long black glass tubes black and crystals and different sort of black plastic beads for part that goes around the neck.
I hope you like it.
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23  lace scarf in Crochet: Completed Projects by olenka on: October 21, 2005 07:16:57 AM
This is part of scarf i haw recently made. I used pattern fore a lace trim to mack edges. I love the whey how patterns designed fore thread look when you use yarn, Thy are much faster this whey as well  Grin

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24  Beads mania ring pattern in Beads: Completed Projects by olenka on: October 14, 2005 01:25:38 PM


A while a go I posted picture of ring that I made and many people said they would like to see pattern for it... so hire it is.
Original ring comes from http://www.beadsmania.com/user/recipe/ and looks like that:

I used that picture as a guide to mack my rings and to draw pattern.
 I hope it is clear enough and will be helpful.
To make it you need 6mm gals beads, seed beads 2mm and 3mm, and fishing line.


Step 1


stap2


step3

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25  Watch the bird in Completed Projects by olenka on: September 07, 2005 03:25:35 AM

 I'm not sure if this is proper place for that but. I thought that if something is only decorative  object it should be hire.
This is present fore my friend. Cage is made from coper wire. "Flore" of the cage is from cardboard cowered in fabric. Bird that is inside is from featherers ands plastic I both it on the flee market. Whole thing is embellished with beads. I hope you will like it.
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26  Anna crochet doll {pic heavy} in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by olenka on: September 02, 2005 02:03:16 AM

This is Anna.
She was made fore RPG game. To impersonate my character in childlike whey ("real" Anna was very beautyfull vamphire Grin).
I crochet her without pattern. I couldn't get here arms writ so I bradded them.
I hope you will like her.


hair style
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27  IVY NECKLECE and many more in Beads: Completed Projects by olenka on: September 02, 2005 01:03:48 AM
After seeing all those beautyfull long necklaces in hire I decided to make one of those fore myself.

I must admit that I'm not fan of stringing. I got stringing phobia after my first beading project don many years ago. It was 5 strand black and red necklaces shown at the picture below (it is folder in half) it took for ever to complite and put me of from stringing. I was quite happy with result and I like wearing it.


This is my new creation. It is a set of two necklaces done with seed bead soup of various  brown green and gold beads with addition on plastic whiskey crystals  on one string and green plastic leafs on the second string. It is a pity that those leaf beads are plastic because they mack strange sound when they hit each other Wink.

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28  My first corset in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by olenka on: August 22, 2005 01:49:35 AM


I already posted this in ewushkas post about her corsets, but while I was trying to edit my spelling mistake I accidentally deleted my post (I know that it was not very smart of me Grin)  so I'm posting it again.

First I was going fore a style that simplicity pattern has. But I miss calculated my chest size and made my pattern form to small. So I hanged style of corset by adding pieces of material in breast seames and bra satraps to cerate more v-neckline.

I whose very worried about wearing corset but It was a great experience. Corset whoas very comfortable, and I felt very slim and sexy in it. I'm thinking about making more everyday version (maybe just a whist chinner).

macking that corset was a big challenge mostly because I was very nervous and exited about it and with that amount of emotions it is hard to do thinks precise. (that is big problem with me when I'm sawing to much emotions Smiley). Also I was macking it fore  "cold Gothic night" party in my town so I had time limitations, and my sawing machine broke down, (my grandmother gave me her machine to finish that project)


I wont to thank all of pepole that wrote hire about they corsets especially fore help and support. I wouldn't mack it witout you.
I must admit that it is not perfect, but not as wonky and uneven even as on the picture.
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29  when your sawing machine is broken [updated] in Beads: Completed Projects by olenka on: August 19, 2005 06:47:40 AM
My sawing machine got broken so I had to stop my sawing project and do something else with my self. This is what I came up with.

This is my rosary style, necklace you cent see it from the picture but it is very long. I made it from black glass crystals I got cheaply on flee market, and from dragon pedant I bought in dollar store.

this is chocker with mathing earrings I made fore my friend, I hope she likes it.

[update]
Hire is a nother thing I have done yesterday. I think that is what  you can call it a good beading day.
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30  Re: aqua blue necklace *WITH TUTORIAL* in Beads: Completed Projects by olenka on: August 12, 2005 11:47:25 PM
OK I finally made my own circle bracelet. It doesn't have a clasp it is bog enough to go through my palm but small enough to stay on my wrist. Picture was taken before I closed it. I used different whey of joining single whiles then you because beads I used where heavy and I was afraid that bracelet will stretch with time. It is quite heavy and chunky but I like it that whey.
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