Nice colors, all different types of clasps, and sure looks to be excellent quality of workmanship. I personally prefer the waggly ones, but I am sure that more girly girls will like the oval delights. Thanks for showing them off. Are the flat looking beads all tilas or Czech chicklet beads? Donna
These are gorgeous. Wonderful color palettes and design. Partial to 'blue', but in this case, hard for me to chose a favorite. Thanks for sharing.
02-07-13 (0135 PST)
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Oh wow, they're all delightful. I've never seen anything like the oval ones before! I specifically like the one with the blue beads. Lovely work.
Greetings from Karin.
Nice work, all 4 of them. I suppose the only way to decide which one to wear would be to choose your outfit first. I usually tend to choose my outfits based on what jewelry I'm wearing that day.
Well... sorry, first of all - looks like I put this in the wrong place! Duh! I guess I was so excited about showing them I didn't pay attention to where I was when I posted. Sorry everyone!
Donna - all of the flat squares are Tila's.
Thanks everyone for the compliments.
I am beginning to think I have a disorder - I want to make a bracelet everynight - and I work a full time job!! I get home from work and head to my bead room, thinking, okay, what are we gonna make tonight??? Course, it helps that I don't have a husband or kids at home.
Wow! Someone has been on the tila train I am yet to work with those, but I hope to soon.
These bracelets look amazing. I love the curvey blue one, it's so sparkly!
Thanks Emma, I do love me some Tila's... seem to be in the Superduo's too, I really like them too - they go great with the Tila's.
Very stylish! I love the dark blue one!
OK, where do you live? After work, you can teach me!! I especially love th red one.
Thanks Windy, I live in Birmingham, Al. Come on over...
Do you need a pattern for it/them (the 1st 2) or do you make them just like they look....4 strands, alternating 1, 2, 3, and 4 beads, etc.
Yes, I used a pattern to get started, but after a row or so you can just do it...very easy.
They are pretty with so many different patterns and shapes! Looks not that easy to make! Well, still an eye - opener for me! :)
I bought the pattern. I think even my dnse brain can handle it :)