This 15 page long tutorial contains over 40 photographs and digital illustrations, giving you clear and easy to follow instructions on how to create a pair of my Pretty in Red Earrings. Designed to be beaded with size 15/0 Miyuki Seed Beads and thread, these earrings started off as mini Rick Racks. Each earring measures 40mm across and is 15mm deep.
I have also attached additional video instructions on how to gently turn your zipped Rick Rack into a blooming flower.
Pretty in Red Earrings Tutorial
Please Note - For those unfamiliar with the CGB Podcast this tutorial does include an Even-Count Peyote Start for you to complete this project.
1. To complete this tutorial you should be proficient in the following techniques:
How to start a Rick Rack from a Contemporary Geometric Beadwork Podcast / How to detach beadwork from a Podcast / Even count peyote / Herringbone increases and decreases / How to bead on a round and step-up / How to attach a wire guide
This PDF tutorial is 15 pages long and includes step-by-step photographs and graphs, showing you how to complete these earrings made with size 15/0 Miyuki Seed Beads.
2. Please note that this listing is for the digital tutorial ONLY and that materials are NOT included. The tutorial includes a materials list but if you are a beader, you most probably already have everything you will need to create your earrings. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at ViolettaPretorius@gmail.com.
3. You will receive a link to download your Digital product in the Thank You page of the Checkout, along with an emailed link that will last for 30 days. If you have any issues with your download please email me directly at ViolettaPretorius@gmail.com.
4. The PDF document is 19MB and can be opened with Adobe Reader or any other free PDF Reader.
5. This tutorial is Copyright Violetta Pretorius 2021, and is for personal use only. Please do not distribute or copy it. Do not mass produce the design described therein. You may sell a limited number of pieces that you make with this tutorial, but please give me credit as the designer.