Monday, 15 November 2010

Another new tutorial!

Back in July, I made Mum a flowery pendant for her birthday, as a sparkly Swarovski crystal Rivoli had caught her eye and she wondered if I could make it into a little flower for her.  Well, as you know, I do like a beady challenge and so I experimented with bezeling the Rivoli for the centre of the flower and then worked on creating some little petals.  I was quite pleased with the end result (and so was Mum!) and I thought that several of them sewn together would make a lovely bracelet, but what with one thing and another, I have only just found the time to work on it.




I thought you might like it too, and so I have spent the last couple of weeks writing instructions, taking photos and drawing lots of diagrams, and the tutorial is now for sale on my website.  This is the fourth tutorial that I am selling directly from my website and I am trying to make them as detailed as possible so that despite the fact that some of them may look quite complicated, all the steps are broken down into easy stages although you will need to know the basic stitches of course.  This is a 21 page tutorial (the longest so far!) but I am keeping my pricing structure simple, so all of my patterns are currently for sale for £6.




One of the things I really love about beadwork, is being able to create a lovely, wearable little piece using only beads, thread, a crystal or two and very little else, and this is a classic example of that - just a Swarovski Rivoli, some seed beads and thread is all that goes into making a beautiful little daisy with a centre that looks like liquid gold.  Of course, you can make these in any colour you wish as there are so many gorgeous Rivoli colours to choose from!




If you would like to make yourself, or someone you love, a Rivoli Daisy, the pattern is available here

12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous and so elegant! Your work is always so beautiful, elegant, and special, Kerrie!

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  2. Gorgeous Kerrie. At first glance the petals of the daisies look like they have been crocheted. Very sweet!

    Karyn
    Australia

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  3. Very pretty - the bow adds a nice touch!

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  4. So pretty Kerrie!! another fantastic beadwork!Congratulations!

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  5. Gorgeous, Kerrie! You always do exceptional work. This is another gorgeous piece.

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  6. Truly beautiful!

    Thanks for offering this pattern on your site. I wish you offered more of your patterns - I prefer paying the Designer directly ;}

    Candys
    weewanona AT sbcglobal DOT net

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  7. Kerrie, your work is exquisite. I've mentioned you in my blog and have given you a Kreativ Blogger Award there. Please drop by to pick up your award. :)

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  8. Thank you so much for all your kind comments and support everyone!

    Kerrie ♥

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  9. This looks very beautiful, i really love it. Thanks for sharing this.

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