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Sparkle for the Season Ornament


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Sparkle for the Season Chandelier Mini ornament project tutorial. Beaded over a wooden bead would be a nice sun catcher or ornament for a small tree. You should have a familiarity with netting to make this piece. My Basic Ornament would be enough to get you comfortable with the terminology Stitch: Netting & Fringe Beads Used: size 11 Japanese seed beads and 4mm & 6mm fire polish, daggers or drops 1 - 3/4" wooden bead 1 - 1" wooden bead Approx Finished Size: 2x5 Pages to Print: 6 OR Save paper and ink - Read your pattern on your favorite tablet or e-reader. I keep all my tutorials on my iPad so I can have them with me all the time. I often beaded from my laptop on the table next to where I bead before I had the iPad. All my tutorials and patterns are designed for you to use to create beadwork. I give my permission for you to make and sell things made from my patterns and tutorials. I will never charge more for a tutorial giving permission to sell things made from my stuff. I think it's such a rip off to do that. If you wish to teach my patterns or projects, please contact me and we will work out something. This is a tutorial for electronic delivery only. This is for your personal use. You may make items and sell them but please do not share or sell my tutorial. No Refunds BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY some bead weaving SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 2"x5"

Supplies Needed

  • daggers or drops
  • 6mm accent beads
  • 4mm accent beads

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I have been beading and designing for over 21 years and teaching beading for about 20 years. I especially love Japanese seed beads in size 11 and size 15. Not a delica fan but they have their place in the bead world and I recently have been working and designing with them. I especially love teaching other people about beading. I love the feel and the colors of beads. They sparkle and entrance you. They are very addicting. Stitch I need to learn more about is Ndebele. I will when I have a project that "needs" it. I can do it but don't feel proficient with it yet, also more about sculptural peyote. I have a program where IF you inspire me (suggest) a pattern(that I don't already have) and that I can make and put for sale, you get it FREE and then I make money from them selling to other people. Aside from beads, I also crochet and embroider. I teach locally and that brings me the most joy! Find me surrounded by beads and beaders and you will see a very happy me!