By Beverly Gilbert
Combine gleaming colour Palettes to Create beautiful Jewelry.
Learn to process colour as a painter does, in basic terms your palette could be rainbow-hued beads, and your work could be outstanding jewellery you could put on! Beaded Colorways exhibits you ways to combine beads and gem stones jointly to create customized colour blends referred to as Bead Soups. those «soups» are then woven jointly into spectacular items which are extra like artworks than basic jewellery. Youll even find out how to seamlessly sew from one colour to a different, assisting you create lovely multicolor jewelry.
Beverly Gilbert teaches you to create your personal beautiful beaded artistic endeavors through:
- In-depth dialogue approximately colour concept - followed by means of colour wheels- permitting you to show beads into your medium and make jewellery your canvas.
- transparent images and step by step directions consultant you thru beadweaving thoughts - together with netting, peyote and freeform stitches - letting you create actually precise jewelry.
- 18 tasks that come with a mixture of fabrics so as to add much more texture: gem stones, seashore glass, ribbon and steel all make their means into lovely creations.
- enable Beaded Colorways commence you in your creative beading trip.
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