Karin, this is such a stunner!!!!! Wow. The colors are great, and the design, too. I think you´ve done some great beading, because it is so even and correct.
It is pretty, but I wonder what it useful for? Can it be accessory?
Maybe bright colored beads can be more beautiful.
I love it :D
Have a lovely beading day,
jewelrymaking11:It is pretty, but I wonder what it useful for?
I don't know if necklaces are useful. People do like wearing them though!
Greetings from Karin.
This is beautiful. Do you know of any free tutorials on this stitch...I've gone crazy for off-loom weaving projects and learned almost all the stitches Beadwork and Bead & Button have given us over the years, but haven't seen this one before. Thanks for sharing this lovely bracelet.
Greetings & Blessings from Sunny Florida
Sandra, Ogalala (or Oglala as it is sometimes spelled) is an old stitch and directions should be easy to find. Mastering Beadwork by Carol Huber Cypher has a great tutorial in it for Oglala. I'd just google for them as they really should show up. A friend of mine did a necklace in red with some pearls mixed in and it was a stunner........... Donna
SandraJ@20:Do you know of any free tutorials on this stitch
Sorry Sandra and Donna,
I missed your post. If you google 'ogalala' and then go into pictures, you'll find a tutorial in drawings there. That's where I got it from.
Greetings from SeaBeads.
This is great again! I love your colorways, slowly but surley i can just tell by looks which jewellery is from you when i am browsing in the gallery, my eyes allways get catched on your pics.
May the beads be with you!