The April/May issue of Beadwork offers more than just your garden variety beading projects. This issue is packed with 20+ designs for spring that will have your inner creative voice singing like a robin when you see the gorgeous palette of colors, textures, and inspired variations of your favorite beadwork techniques.You will not be able to resist making one of these 5 botanical beauties from this delightful Bracelet Bouquet arrangement featured in the April/May issue of Beadwork.
From left to right –
• Cathi Tessier’s Flirty Fringe is a two-drop peyote stitch with fringe and is quick to make.
• Lisa Kan’s right angle weave Petit Fiore Trellis Bracelet features a rainbow of picot-based flowers.
• Lucie’s Daisy Patch by Kelli Burns offers a great way to practice the daisy chain stitch.
• Tender Buds by Julie Walker uses peyote stitch and a daisy chain variation with pressed-glass and crystal beads for a sparking garland with a touch of shimmer.
• Blossoming Vine by Laina Goodman is a nature-inspired , fusing glass flowers, leaves and crystals.
Yes I don't sleep. In the latest issue of Beadwork Magazine you will find the Petit Fiore Trellis Bracelet. The matching earrings is a web-exclusive FREE project. More info on these projects and other photos in a future post.
I must return to getting ready for Portland! Time is running out! Yikes...