A new tropical beaded flower with peyote stitched leaves and St. Petersburg vines.
Made in Avocado green, matte black, washed silver, and white-lined crystal.
Unfortunately, I do not distribute the patterns of my work.
Wonderful color choices! This is so dramatic and eye catching.
Great job! Shirley
Grr... I'm working a similar necklace like this. Yours looks great. Mine, however, is a different story. It doesn't want to cooperate. I can't get the pointed ovals to join together. The flower on your piece is magnificent.
Wow, what a great piece! I'm inspired now...
IS THIS MADE BY USING WIRE?.
I LOVE WIRE AND BEADS. IM NEW AT ALL OF THIS SO IM LOOKING AND IM AMAZED WITH EVERYTHING.
how did you make this, I love it!!!!
I can't believe I found you.... I saw this flower on the internet when I did a picture search on St. Petersburg Stitch. I was directed to Beading Daily and then was stuck. Posted a picture of your flower asking if anybody knew who did this & low and behold SEllen 2 remembered it and found you for me.
Anyway, enough rambling, I'm new to beading although I have been following youtube videos and have made some awesome (in my limited opinion) jewelery. I was wondering if you might be so kind as so share the pattern for this BEAUTIFUL component? I'd love to try to make it for myself.
Thank you so much,
I would like the pattern for this lovely necklace.
I wish I COULD find the pattern for this. I just love it. I sent the maker and email, but haven't heard back from her. :(
If anybody else knows how to make it, I'd love to hear from you.
Aloha, and thank you for all the compliments!
Reguarding the requests for the pattern for this necklace, I actually do not distribute copies of my pattern, which is a copyrighted design as of Sept. 2011. It is to protect my work as an artist.
If you are interested in a book dedicated to beaded flowers, I'd recommend The Beaded Garden by Diane Fitzgerald.
Aloha! - Sydney