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|This gorgeous necklace is Esther's (GardenGirl) interpretation of Cecile's Wheel. She used silver-lined purple seeds, and teal Fire Polished Crystals in this stunner. The strap is done in RAW (right angle weave).|
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|Trish (MAGICONYX) made this one from the Holiday Bracelet tutorial. She says, "Love the tutorial...here's my version of it. I don't care for red & green, so I kinda went goth with it."
This is why I love to do tutorials....It's so much fun to see the variations people come up with. Thanks Trish!
|This is Helen's (DCDOLL041) wonderful version of the Netted Cuff. She used black and silver hex beads. This was her second one....her first one was too tempting of a treat for her puppy to pass up, and he chewed it up. :( Glad you tried again Helen, it's great!|
|Trish is really on a roll....this is another variation she came up with for the Holiday Bracelet, using the single needle RAW. She used size 11 silver-lined silver and mutiple colors of color-lined size 8.0 beads. Another really pretty one Trish! :)|
|<....Feast your eyes on this gorgeous version of Cecile's wheel! Ann used 3 and 4 mm Swarovski crystals with size 11 Japanese seeds to create this stunning necklace. She worked up the wheels on the train while commuting to work, and then assembled it at home.
I for one am happy Ann has such a long commute! :-)