Friday, December 17, 2010

Egyptian Queen by Lisa

This picture was sent to me by Lisa DeGon who
stitched the Egyptian Queen earrings and bracelet
in Gold with shades of Lavender and Royal blue/
purple. Beautiful bead-work Lisa! Thank you!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Egyptian Queen - bracelet pictures

Elvira from Germany, sent me this picture of
the Egyptian Queen bracelet she made. She did 
a beautiful job and you can see more of her 
beautiful bead-work on her blog here

Monday, December 13, 2010

Eternity bracelet - variation

This is another pic of the Eternity bracelet
done in different colors. I swapped the 
matte black for matte white seed beads.
This pattern is now at

Eternity bracelet

This is the newest bracelet from jayceepatterns.
It is done in netting stitch and depending on how
many colors and placement of colors, many different
looks can be achieved.
I used netting stitch with 11/o matte black seed 
beads, gold duracoat seed beads and iris seed
This pattern is now available here

Eternity bracelet - variation 1

This is a variation of the Eternity bracelet,
done with 5 motifs instead of 6 in two colors.
I used ceylon seed beads in cream with 
Miyuki duracoat seed beads in orchid pink.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Autumn Leaves - Rainbow

Another color combination of Autumn Leaves.
I used Storm colored pearls with rainbow
metallic seed beads and jet bicones.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Perlistik workshop winner

Perlistik forum recently held a workshop organized by my friend Laulo.
I supplied the Raspberry Ice pattern for the workshop.
The workshop was won by kittythe1 and you see her beautiful version
of the bracelet in the picture below.
Raspberry Ice pattern is available at

Autumn Leaves in green

This is the Autumn Leaves bracelet done in shades 
of green pearls and 11/o seed beads.
I also used Dorado bicones.
I plan to make another one in shades of blue.
The green pearls used in this bracelet are from

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Glorious Amethyst pattern now available

The pattern for the Glorious Amethyst bracelet is now 
You can use 3mm bicone crystals OR Czech fire polished 
rounds or bicones which are cheaper.