Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Cuff Cassiopeia

I were able to do the final finishing details on my bead embroidery cuff that I published a survey image on, in my own last Bead Desk Thursday article recently.

I caught towards the guarantee I kept and really created myself on moving in free-form it to be created by design. I completed one aspect up, till that one was not totally uncovered I managed to move on towards the reverse side to protect that.
Fourteen days before I obtained my backup of "Incredible Bead Embroidery" by Sherry Serafini, and that I was excited! She's lots on just how to include particular elements of good tips. Plus one area that actually involved me was she includes rivolies. I chose to check this method out myself and included two 12mm Swarovski rivolies to 1 aspect of the cuff. The secret would be to connect the rivoli to some distinct bit of beading basis (Lacyis Rigid Material in this instance), and reduce a round pit inside it that the rivoli may easily fit in, without receding. You then just sew that basis that is beading onto the component where you would like the rivoli to sit down. Sherry describes it definitely better me thereare good pictures within the guide to assist you realize.

Alongside both rivolies I chose to put in a small "enjoyment" contact towards the cuff; it appears sorta sweet to tell the truth, heh, also I included some leaves I created using beadweaving.

Nowadays I determined, only for enjoyment, to produce a corresponding band togo using the cuff, because I've the identical kind of gem cabochon whilst the one I employed for the cuff - I have to sleep my situation in my own ideas of these being Zoisite gems since I haveam not necessarily positive anymore!
The band is flexible, therefore to include.

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