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Turquoise bead embroidered pendant

This is the second painted glass cabochon that I bought from my friend Lea Avroch.  I highly recommend her work if you are looking for one-of-a-kind pieces to use in your bead embroidery, and no, she didn't pay me to say that :-)  I have some leather and leather-look necklaces on the way to use as neck straps for some of these pendants that I've been making.  I think I'm going to look into selling some of them, because they are starting to pile up!

Step-by-step instructions for putting together a bead embroidered piece, including back stitch, edging brick stitch, and stack stitch can be found in the free first chapter of my e-book Every Bead Has a Story.  Chapter two has instructions for stitching a peyote stitch bezel, and Chapter three teaches the square stitch bail.  Additional chapters focus on altered surfaces, dimensional beading, found objects and unusual materials, and integrating bead embroidery with other fiber arts.

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Robbie said…
I actually have your ebook(s)!! Now to find the time to do some beading! I love this should put those out for sale.
What a beautiful piece Cyndi, you friend is so talented. It's as neat on the back as it is on the front, something I need to work on myself. Those colours will always be a winning combination in my eyes. Thank you so much for sharing.
Creative wishes Tracey x
Cyndi L said…
Thank you guys! Robbie, I'm going to have to start selling them...they are beginning to take over all available space in my house ;-)