I design this mandala shape flower thinking to the beautiful tiles of mozaic in Sevilla. The brooch is worked in thread and bead embroidery techniques using also the golden work and stump work embroidery techniques for interior petals an border.
Where to buy: http://www.otila.ro/jewelry-is-art/beadwork-and-embroidery/spring-flower-from-sevilla-brooch
I created a free form needle work with beads,
In a stumpwork embroidery style I decorated the beadwork work with coiled wire making accents and interesting points.
I tatted with dark red wool the edges to approach the crewel style of the embroidery.
The laces are tatted to making the necklace adjustable. It remembers me of carnival of Venice
Dimension: 15x 12 cmThis necklace uses several nuances of pink, dark red and purple, golden and topaz, but you can order your favourite.
This necklace took 12-14 working days.
Where to buy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/126209301/venice-carnival-necklace?
Needle bead work, stumpwork and coil wire blended in a Medieval necklace. For SELLING!
I beaded this collar being inspired by a beautiful sun rising. A shiny and bright summer sun.
I used red, orange, yellow beads as a reflection of the sun rays decorated with white to add more light.
I used Miyuki seed beads and Czech Firepolished crystals and a golden plated toggle.
length : 54cm
You can order in your favourite colours
Where to buy: http://www.otila.ro/jewelry-is-art/beadwork-and-embroidery/summer-sun-necklace
I designed a peacock tail shape to create an intricate pair of earring. I used wire to weave in the shape and I decorated the woven “tail”with silver sterling beads and red tubular Toho seeds centered around a big red Murano bead as a masterpiece . Dimension 6x3cm.
6 hours work.
Materials used: silver sterling wire, beads and findings, Toho seed beads, Murano beads
Where to buy: http://www.otila.ro/gallery/peacock-red-tail-earrings
I consider spiral very decorative, part of the arabesque style using the wrapped and twisted technique of
There are green and red version of variation of the design.
The ring is adjustable.
2 hours work.
Materials used: silver sterling wire with red glass beads.
I designed this red ring as a diver mask with spirals as eyes. 2 hours work. Materials used: Red Swarovski pearls and Gold plated high purity solid silver wire.
Where to buy: http://www.otila.ro/rings/metal-and-chainmaille-jewelry/ring-red-wire
As usually each month comes with a new challenge in bead weaving.
This month theme is “HOT, HOT, HOT”.
I worked on a elegant chocker for evening events and parties, for beautiful woman necks.
I beaded in lacing technique segments of flowers using seed beads and crystals.
Golden seed beads as the glowing summer sun and red crystals as the setting sun entering the sea.
I hope you like my necklace, and if you do you can vote it (no. 27) at
I designed a simple causal bright set using chain mail and coral beads.
The bracelet is full of beads hanging from the outside of the weave.
I found very decorative to embellish it with beads.
I like to use the simple weave of chain mail in a pyramidal shape.
This time I chose to use red coral beads matches with red leather for the pendant.
The earrings are smaller but in the same design.
Enjoy looking or buying them.
This lesson shows how to work the silk fiber in order to create flowers. The technique is for one flower and then you can multiply how you like and how many times you want. I will teach you how to create a poppy flower necklace and ring.
By using and viewing this content you agree not to distribute, lend or copy any portion of this document; to not mass produce this design; to give credit to the teacher as copyright holder.
This tutorial is teaching a design. You can use it for your creations as long as you mention the author.
THIS IS A PATTERN ONLY.
This pattern teaches how to create a woven necklace using beads, thread and a loom in order to get this design. It is required some experience in weaving on the loom as the weaving is not cover the entire row in all the rows.
This design is original so please give credit to the author when you sell or show it in public. The finishing requires experience in hiding the threads. The mount of the weft and the taking off the work from the loom are not covered in this pattern.