I don’t really have a lot to say about these. Just a few things in progress. 🙂
This beautiful green monarch, beaded by Amanda Griffiths, is a sophisticated example of alternate palette possibilities. …exquisite!
And she’s graciously offered to share her gift with us. Her talent enriches us all!
A = DB10
B = DB202
C = DB178
D = DB152
E = DB175
F = DB174
G = DB171
Thank you, Amanda!
I beaded the blue Morpho in 2015 as a gift. The vibrant colors of Blue Morpho butterflies are breathtaking and I endeavored to honor nature’s brilliance with this piece.
Please enjoy and share your experience with me.
As before, Amy Blevins kindly offered to assemble delica kits for this pattern in her etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/BeadAndGlassBoutique
As a follow up to my previous post and with profound thanks for the help of many wonderful people, It’s time to release my Monarch into the wild.
I would very much like to hear from you, see your questions, comments and
I’m eager to see your beaded pieces.
And to make it easier to get started, Amy Blevins kindly offered to assemble delica kits for this pattern in her etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/BeadAndGlassBoutique
The geometric Monarch is, to date, the most shared and pinned beadwork piece I’ve designed. It’s this piece that convinced me to study the various skills needed to write a pattern and to begin the Winged Warps Series. I’m not sure what I’ll do with the complete patterns/tutorials, but I’m happy to share the Monarch graph here.
This is free for personal use. All rights reserved.
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