short ago i had again fun with Tutorials from Sabine Lippert (www.trytobead.com)
Lot's beaders know her of course, but for sure not everybody, i think her Sites might be interesting for you because she has under every german text in her blog/shop/Tutorials the English translation as well. so i am going to share this.
with this sweet bracelets i had an evening full of fun, made from her free Tutorial called Mingles:
As haven't got the Swarovski Squares she had, so i just used some little square gemstones size 8-10 Millimeters. I was very happy to find this Tutorial, because when it comes to squares i have no fantasy at all what to do with it, i hope i will find some more nice ideas. This bracelates are addictive, not much time needed to do them, its a good thing if you need a quick hooray feeling, i love to wear them together at the moment.
May the beads be with you!
This Tutorial i bought from Sabine Lippert, is called Northern star, and it was worth every penny, well she does prices for the little beaders budget anyway, can't wait until i get the material to try another one with different colors.
These are very Beautiful! I tend to search out Free patterns more than I buy. Then after I try a few Free, I feel I need to buy one now and them.. I do admire the designers!
"Remember that when you leave this earth,you can take nothing you have received...but only what you have given; a full heart enriched by honest service,love,sacrific and courage.Saint Francis of Assisi
I have just bought a Sabine Lippert book - "Beaded Fantasies" - it's absolutely beautiful and I can't wait to make a start. I'm pleased to hear she has a website with tutorials. I also love this "Northern Star" design. I've been a bit low on inspiration lately, but I think I've just had a kick start!
Hi Aunty Akoya.. Your bracelets look cool.. Northern star is beautiful... it looks exactly like a northern star we can imagine of.. :D
All of it is very pretty! Especially the star, Polaris. Have I told you I have a star named afeter me? It's located in the seat of Cassiopea's Chair, at the very end. It's named Valerius Majoris!