By Lisa Kan
Encouraged via paintings historical past, artist Lisa Kan bargains a very special jewellery assortment with a romantic but sleek sensibility. Bead Romantique: dependent Beadweaving Designs beneficial properties seventeen step by step designs encouraged by means of the Gothic, Renaissance, Victorian, and artwork Nouveau eras reinterpreted in her designated modern sort. Emphasizing a mixture of classic findings, beads, lampwork, buttons, and smooth elements, Lisa’s jewellery brings a female mystique and class to beadwork design.
Each venture builds on easy components to create refined designs and include off-loom seed bead weaving, stringing, and wirework. tasks comprise a scalloped chain necklace, pearl Ndebele jewelry and bracelet set, mesh pearl bracelet, bohemian drop jewelry, a Victorian diamond cuff, and extra. beginner beaders can growth via initiatives and raise their abilities and beading self assurance whereas complex beaders will locate intriguing new demanding situations. integrated are Lisa’s professional layout and process guidance and tips besides distinct guideline and illustrations for each undertaking. Lisa additionally offers details on discovering designated classic beads and parts to offer your jewellery that romantic caliber plus how one can make sleek elements glance classic. Beaders will love seeing tasks labored in quite a few colorways to supply principles for unending customization.
Create dependent, female, and romantic heirloom-quality jewellery with Bead Romantique.
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Bead Romantique: Elegant Beadweaving Designs by Lisa Kan