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Tiny Tulip


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This is a listing for a pattern (PDF) for a small 3D beaded Tulip. You will not receive the jewelry pictured. This pattern is a full-color 17-page PDF which will show you step by step how to make and assemble the flower, the stem and the leaf, plus info how to add a safety pin in the stem (optional). It is a difficult project, resulting in a true tiny treasure. It is was harder to explain than to make, though. The instructions are in English with clear illustrations and lots of pictures, easy to understand. This shape can be the base for other 3D-beadwork and you certainly will find other ideas of application once you've mastered the technical aspects of this little flower. Level: Advanced. This project may also be accessible for motiviated Intermediate beaders. Knowledge of Peyote Stitch, Herringbone and Right Angle Weave required. Techniques: Dimensional Peyote (Peyote + Herringbone increases and decreases), RAW and MRAW Materias neededl: size 11/0 Delica beads in 4 different colors, plus the usual (thread, needles, etc.) Copy Right: please respect my rights and do not share, copy, sell or teach my beading pattern. Kindly give me credits for my designs; or link to my shop if you post pictures on the Internet. so that other beaders can find their way to my shop if they want to purchase their own copy. You may sell the jewelry you make with my patterns and your two hands, no massive production. Thank you! Cath Thomas BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knowledge of Peyote, Herringbone and CRAW required SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS flower approx. 1 inch, stem approx. 1 3/4 inch

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 11 Delica beads in 4 different colors, safety pin
  • The usual (thread, scissors)

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Hi, I'm a Dutch girl and live in Switzerland since 1980; my husband is Swiss, and most important, he's wonderful. I started beading in 2004. Off-loom beadweaving and bead embroidery are my favorite beading techniques. In the FMG Grand Prize Gold Medal in 2006 for a Seed bead jewelry set called "Roma" and a gold medal in the fiber arts category. In 2007 another choker received a bronze medal, in 2009 another necklace got rewarded with a silver medal in their contests and in 2016 a gold medal for a neckpiece called "Neytiri's" featuring my modulable petals and flowers. I've also written in books and magazines - find out more on my website or blog: