Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Rosette


Here is my second Rosette. The post below mentioned I was going to make one in size 15 seed beads but when I went to make it I thought I would try my favourite seed beads first. Czech size 11's. I love the look of Czech 11's when made up and how they sit together. Definitely my preferred seed bead.

So here you have a pretty large centrepiece for a necklace. I am currently working on how to hang the rosette and since the rosette is a "ribbon" I thought another ribbon would hang it very nicely.

I will post the finished item, hopefully tomorrow. I have been experimenting a lot lately and haven't finished many pieces. I am either waiting for more beads or have abandoned the design etc etc.

I have a bowl of experiments, hopefully one day they will come together into something unique as I am not one that enjoys pulling things apart.

I hope you like this, it's been fun to make.

28 comments:

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    1. thank you Noelia

      Greetings...Patrick

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    1. Thank you Lyra, nice to hear you like it.

      Cheers....Patrick

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    1. Hell Mar, thank you for your comment.
      Greetings...Patrick

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  4. Diana Houkamau - Serendipity Beads (NZ)28 March, 2012 08:14

    I love the colours and everything about it Patrick - lovely!

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    1. greetings and thank you very much Diana. Much appreciated.
      Cheers....Patrick

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  5. Hi,Patrick:
    Beautiful turquoise rosette with the red rivoli for the contrast.It looks,like tied with the ribbon.Also handed up on the stitched ribbon.It's really lovely:-)
    Warm Hugs-Halinka-

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    1. Greetings Halinka, thank you for the comments. The centrepiece is not attached to the ribbon yet. I shall post a pic tomorrow. I think some will be surprised how I want it to hang.
      Cheers...Patrick

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  6. I like this one - especially the little corners - and colour change - Sandy

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    1. Hi Sandy,
      thanks again for the comments on my pieces. The little corners only appear like corners as they have the copper background. There is actually eight "corners"

      Cheers....patrick

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  7. Wow! It's fantastic! I love the design very much!

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  8. Super colors and shape :)
    Greetings,
    -Eva Maria

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  9. Beautiful!!!!!!!! pretty colours!!!!!!

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  10. Un trabajo fantastico.
    Felicidades!!!!!

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  11. fantastic, I also love these colors.
    Claudia

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  12. It's beautifull, like it a lot :)

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  13. Interesting and unusual flower. Very beautiful! It's good to experiment your way to a new form. I have also worked with Jablonex, they have great color, but unfortunately are uneven in size.

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  14. I love how this one turned out, Patrick! The colors are superb.

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  15. I love this flower! Super colors, super design!!!

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  16. I like how you played with the colors!You’ve created something special once again!Congrats!

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  17. Hi Patrick,
    wow,this is a very great work, I love it and I love the colors.
    greetings
    karin

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  18. Beautiful!!I love the colors!Congrats,Patrick!

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  19. Such a splendid thing. Beautiful color play!

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