Saturday, November 19, 2011

Queen Ann

Like tiny grains of sand flowing through my hands so did these tiny delicas as I picked up 3 beads and through the next 3. I forgot how muchI enjoy the rhythm and flow of 3-drop peyote.

I was smitten with MaryLou's Queen Ann's lace pattern. I had them both pinned on my board on Pinterest.

I am glad I took the time to read through the instructions it was like beading with a friend. There were options, choices to make. The graph was broken down into 3 parts which made it easy to follow. Included was a word chart. There was also a paragraph about finishing touches. The closure on your bracelet is very important whether you use a button or bead a toggle. This is the part that dresses up your bead work and adds that special touch. I chose a vintage button from my collection. It reminds me of the times I spent traveling and beading with my friends. It's the perfect match to go with my Janine King bag.


Olena said...

Very pretty!

:-) MaryLou said...

Bev - I'm so happy you enjoyed the pattern! And you were right -- it's a perfect match for your bag. May it grace your wrist for many many years. :-)

KV said...

Love it! Queen Anne's Lace was always one of my favorite wildflowers when I lived back East.


Rosanne said...

Love bojth the bag and the bracelet!