Thursday, April 5, 2012

Elizabethan Petal Bracelet Variation


My favorite part of designing patterns that teach people how to use new beads is seeing the natural, creative progression that happens when talented people build upon an original concept.
Elizabethan Flowers on Herringbone 

Elizabethan Flowers on Herringbone (back)

Jewelry designer Kathy Simonds learned how to turn Czech rose petal beads into Elizabethan flowers through her local bead supplier. Her command of the beading craft and impeccable color blending skills are apparent in the advanced modifications she made to the bracelet pattern.


Individually these flowers can be used in all forms of jewelry.  What potential do you see?  If you'd like to learn how to make these flowers, please ask your local bead store to carry Rose Petals 14/13mm.  

2 comments:

Heike said...

I love this bracelet, where can i get the pattern/instruction.
Greetings from Germany and sorry my english is very bad.
Heike

Joelle Nicholson said...

Greetings to you Heike, and your English is perfect (my German is MUCH worse).

Thank you for your post and request. Yes, you can download the pattern from our pattern website: http://patterns.beadindex.com/Patterns/PTN-NS1-2-Elizabethan-Petal.aspx

Please, let me know if you have any thing else that I can help you with. Please, send me a picture of your creation, or you can post it to our Facebook as well.

Tschüß!
Joelle