I am alive, a lot going on and I'll tell you some of it - but not now. Today I want to show you some of the new two-hole lentil beads introduced at Tucson in February.
|Notice how the beads stand up above the bracelet.|
This is my original design I created for the
Trendsetters, for a jewelry display in Tucson
|We got together to give Sue a 'send-off'.|
She is traveling in Germany, Czech Republic,
and Austria with a group of teenagers.
So we thought she needed a new pattern
to bead on the plane
|Another beautiful version|
|We need to name this but so far all we |
could come up with was "Centipede".
We didn't think that was very flattering,
so if you have an idea,
please let me know.
|Virginia is now back from her trip to Panama |
and her niece came here to visit.
She doesn't speak English very well
but Virginia translated for her and
below is her finished bracelet.
|For a beginner, she did beautiful work.|
|And of course, Janet's version, Beautiful! |
And we thought it looked fabulous with the
chainmaille bracelet she made in the last class.
See more of this on her blog. Here
Super .... fantastic design variations.!
I never saw lentil beads here ,2hole lentil beads I never heard of.
I really would like to get my hands on some lentils ,where are they ? :)
what for wonderful bracelets,I find the colors for the first one very beautiful!!!!.
Very nice jewelries!
beautifful bracelets. I like especially the first one - very energetic colours.
Lovely bracelets ! I love the color pallette especially the first one as it looks like lime and mint , so cooling and smooth, and the lentils are amazing !
I SO love your color style~ it matches my own. Beautiful work, Eileen.
I'm wondering if you are planning to reopen? If not, I need to figure out another source for beads right quick!
Hey this pattern is awesome!!! I was wondering if you had instructions for it that I possibly would be able to purhase from you. I have these really cool bone colored ones and I really wanted to do something with them, and this is perfect! I need to show stuff off to people that come into where i work (i work in a bead store) haha. Thanks so much,
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