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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Return of the Dragonfly

The original Russian Dragonfly pattern is available at Bead-Patterns.com

15 comments:

Fab Fibers said...

These are so cool sister!

No Easy Beads said...

Thanks Sister! I am waiting for filigree and special beads for the finishing touches

beadnik said...

Oh Bev! They're delicious. Are you going to sell the pattern somewhere??? Hint, hint. :-)
Bravo!

No Easy Beads said...

Sarah the original Russian Dragonfly pattern is available on Bead-Patterns.com. I will have the revised edition available soon.
http://www.bead-patterns.com/shop/shop.php?method=itemnumber&keywords=8929
It's good to see you stop by.

lavenderlizard said...

Bev, the dragonflys are just gorgeous!

No Easy Beads said...

Thanks Liz!

The bad Liz said...

Now THOSE are Bev colours! Love them.....

SummersStudio said...

I love how these capture that irridescent shimmering look of dragonflies.

byZarah.com said...

Ohh my, those dragonflies are stunning! Thanks so much for the tip! I'm gonna make those asap. / byZarah.com

Jean Hutter said...

Well what can I say - I LOVE dragonflies and these are amazing!

Katie said...

Can't wait for the revised instructions! I just got some new hex beads the other day, and they are itchin' to be made into dragonflies :o)

Bead-Mused said...

Well, you know I love the dragonfly. The original buyer did end up purchasing the mini-dragonfly I made. I guess I'll just have to make another!

theresa

The Lone Beader said...

I am afraid of dragonflies!

No Easy Beads said...

TheLoneBeader dragonflies don't bite *grin*

ishtah said...

I am new to the world of beading and have created a simple string necklace, a slightly modified netted orniment to act as a hair piece for a doll I am creating and last night I made a russian flower and was looking for an image of the flower with the leaves to see how to work them together thinking I'd some how add the flower to the doll too when I stumbled on this lovely image of dragonflys. I don't know if my skill level is up to the challenge but no harm in looking.
The Blind Beader.