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Beaded peyote orchid flower tutorial


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You can see a beautiful and fragile orchid on the pictures and purchase a tutorial I made for it. I've created my orchid for this necklace you see on the pictures but you can make other things using this tutorial - hair barrettes, bracelets, brooches, pendants and anything else your imagination could offer :) Orchid on the picture is ~3.5 x 3.5" (~9x9 cm) with 10/0 beads. However, using smaller beads you can make smaller orchids as well. This listing is for the file with schemas, text and photos only. You can use the beads you like, I've used 10/0 seed beads white opaque, pearl opaque, yellow matte and crystal pink lined. Pattern is meant for advanced beaders who know peyote stitch and can read the schemas, however, talented brave beginners might try at their own risk. Upon purchase of this item you will get the instant access to the PDF file with the patterns and descriptions. The file is tested and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Linux and Android. In order to open the file you will need the PDF reader on your device (doesn't apply to Mac OS X and iOS). NB! When purchasing the tutorials/patterns you don't obtain the right to share or re-sell the file or use the materials as a teaching aid. Disclaimer: Author does not guarantee your result will be identical to author's. Your result may vary depending on the materials used and your skills. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY you should know peyote stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 9x9 cm / 3.5 x 3.5"

Supplies Needed

  • beads 10/0, thread 0.15 or 0.2
  • patience, attention

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White butterfly
White butterfly
I design jewelry and accessories for about 9 years now and you can find my artworks googling "Gemsforall" or on the pages related to my profile :) I love working with beads, gemstones, fur, leather, wire, cabochons but I'm also open to anything new. If I see something interesting I'd like to try - 99,9% I'm gonna give it a try. So, I always learn something new and improve existing skills. My art will tell you much more than any words could...