Fashion Colorworks Beading Contest from Zoya Gutina and My Lovely Beads

Dec 19, 2011

First place winner, Beaded Jewelry Category, 2011 Fashion Colorworks Beading Contest
First place winner, Finished Jewelry Category, 2011 Fashion Colorworks Beading Contest
Are you ready to enter a beadwork competition? Bead artist Zoya Gutina has posted the information for her third Fashion Colorworks contest on her website, My Lovely Beads. The Fashion Colorworks contest is open to beaders from around the world, both amateur and professional.

Entries in the contest must use one of the three different color combinations from the Pantone Color Institute posted on the Fashion Colorworks contest website. Collaborations between up to four artists are allowed.

First place winner, Beaded Objects Category, 2011 Fashion Colorworks Beading Contest
The categories for the Fashion Colorworks Contest are:

Seed bead jewelry: The finished piece must be made from at least 50% seed beads.

Finished jewelry: The finished piece must be less than 50% seed beads and should include other types of glass beads, found objects, wire, metal clay pieces or semi-precious gemstones.

Seed bead objects: Finished pieces which are not jewelry and are made from at least 50% seed beads.

You can enter one piece in each color palette per category for a total of up to 9 entries. Entries can be submitted between April 1, 2012 and June 15, 2012. There is no entry fee. Prizes include gift certificates, beading magazine subscriptions and bead packages.

You can find all of the details, including this year's color palettes and last year's winners, at the Fashion Colorworks Contest website.

 


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Pamela Fox wrote
on Dec 28, 2011 4:39 PM

Hi

i just love the info in Beading Daily.

The only thing i haven`t seen  is on loom Beadwork.

I have the Loom but don`t have any info how to get started.

Do you have any Patterns for this type of beading?

Pamela Fox wrote
on Dec 28, 2011 4:40 PM

Hi

i just love the info in Beading Daily.

The only thing i haven`t seen  is on loom Beadwork.

I have the Loom but don`t have any info how to get started.

Do you have any Patterns for this type of beading?