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Tutorial for the "Mermaid Cuff" (inspired by contemporarygeometricbeadwork.com)

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This listing is for the PDF digital tutorial for my original design...the "Mermaid Cuff". Inspired by the Horns and Wings in Contemporary Geometric Beadwork, this cuff is my most ambitious project to date! Adorned with crystals, pearls, and glittering Delica Cut beads, this cuff is definitely mermaid worthy! Tiny metallic bronze horns accented with Charlottes and drop beads dance around the circumference, accenting the lime and lavender fish scale pattern that comprises this aquatic themed cuff! The seventeen page step-by-step instructions are accompanied by over fifty large color photos plus a pattern chart that will guide you through the color changes. This tutorial is recommended for the experienced intermediate and advanced beader.

You may sell items made from this tutorial but only on the condition that you credit me as the designer. This pattern is protected under copyright law and must not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, published, or taught without my express written permission


5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Marianne Mukai
5 out of 5 stars
03 Feb, 2018
Perfect download, thorough instructions for a very complicated design. Thank you so much for taking the time to put this into step-by-step form, what a lot of work it must have been! Can't wait to give it a try...
Tutorial for the "Mermaid Cuff" (inspired by contemporarygeometricbeadwork.com)

Reviewed by Ellen Wayne
5 out of 5 stars
12 May, 2018
What I really loved was detailed instructions to make a beautiful, colorful bracelet, yet each one will be unique to the beading artist.
Thank you! It is a real hit.
Tutorial for the "Parrot Fish Cuff" (inspired by www.ContemporaryGeometricBeadwork.com)

Reviewed by luvurbeads
5 out of 5 stars
29 Apr, 2018
Not great instructions, having problems trying to follow the instructions. I've done a lot of peyote, but this is confusing me.
Tutorial for the Geometric "Staggered Warped Square Bracelet" (inspired by www.ContemporaryGeometricBeadwork.com)


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