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« on: January 10, 2010 12:24:57 AM »

I didn't have much time to spend with my seedies in the past few months. My school started in October and I was spending whole days at the university. Now I have to study for my exams so, again, I don't have enough time for creative work. But I did manage to make several things in the breaks.

This is a choker made to match the Regal lace bracelet. Pattern is Tourvelle from Marie le Sueur's book Bijoux en cristal: Dentelles de perles. And I've used up all of these lovely odd metallic green seedies.

Tiny stars. So easy to make and people just love them.

I've found pattern for this trefoil motif on a Russian website. It was clearly inspired by Sandra Halpenny's Round lace and other Saraguro beadwork. The original instructions are for a bracelet but I turned it into a pair of earrings.


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« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2010 05:36:15 AM »

Oh, thos e little stars are adorable! Wow for having such intricate beading skillz Cheesy

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« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2010 11:05:48 AM »

I love those tiny stars, especially the silver one! I know of a another way to make beaded stars but they're different from yours... do you think you can post a tutorial on it? They're gorgeous.

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« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2010 02:49:57 AM »

Eternallyeve, thank you.

Asmakr, there are many, many ways to make beaded stars. I don't have instructions for mine, but I can share some of the others.


« Reply #4 on: January 12, 2010 11:46:56 AM »

Awesome, thanks!  Cheesy

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