|Janet's two-toned purple version. Beautiful.|
The pattern called for Thorn beads,
we used two-hole and regular daggers instead
|Here is a closeup of above. Janet really liked this pattern |
and you can see more color versions on her Blog
|Sandy's second bracelet. |
She really liked this pattern and made two.
She used some of my favorite colors,
so I'll have to make this version as well.
|My blue luster version with a black diamond AB dagger. |
You would think with a bead store, I'd have
everything I need - but forgot almost everything.
So thanks to all for lending me
needle and thread and even seed beads.
|Sue's very dramatic Metallic Gold Chilli's |
and Garnet daggers. Also beautiful.
|This is Sandy's first color version. |
She was unsure about colors since she hadn't done this
pattern and hadn't seen it done before.
She did a wonderful job coordinating the daggers
with the Jet half coat Copper.
Turned out great.
|Judy leans towards Southwest gemstone colors |
in selecting beads and this turned out very
dramatic as well. Interesting that they all take on a
different vibe - even when using the same pattern.
|Sharon had fun with her colorful bead choices as well. |
Again, totally different feel -
I'm always so amazed when that happens
A big, big thank you to Sandy for teaching and to Judy for hosting our class and for providing the wine and delicious soup and other goodies. Like I said, fabulous day!