I love to see what readers have made using my patterns, so here are a few that have been sent to me. If you'd like to include your makes here, please use the contact form and I'll get back to you.
Star Flower Pendant using a different bail, by Beckie in UK
Cascara bracelet and earrings made by Lorraine in UK
Here is the Luxor necklace in my colours, beautifully made by Sandi in USA.
From the New book, the Corona Pendant, with a gorgeous peacock-eye rivoli and additional butterfly bail and matching rope, made by Lynda of Norwich.
One of my Norwich students Bev has been busy. All from the book Learn to Use Two-Hole Beads, she has made (left to right) Mimosa necklace, Daisy Chain bracelet, Beach Mai bracelet and Trinity Bracelet, all with a teal theme, and a fine job she made of them too.
Silky Moonlight Pendant by Maureen in USA
The Eden Cuff, a fabulous job, made by Elaine in UK.
A variation of a tutorial no longer for sale, Ghirlanda di Margherite, but with different size crystals and the addition of bicones, also by Gudrun
The first of the Flamenco Bracelets made from the Beadwork Magazine pattern, by the bead circle of Laura's Beads & Jewelry Boutique, Hudson, Florida.
Jessica has made a wonderful job of this bracelet, made for her Mom.
Also from Lynda of Norwich, the Savannah necklace, in striking colours that look fabulous. I think this is my favourite version of Savannah so far.
Crystal Cascade Necklace from "Learn to Use Two-Hole beads, made by Lynda from Norwich, and in stunning colours with black rivolis. Check out the new metallic hot pink SuperDuos.
Nidum Pendant in beautiful blues by Maureen in USA
The Luxor Necklace by Gudrun from http://www.hausofbeads.com/ Gu teaches many of my projects in her lovely bead shop, always trying them out first.
Another Cascara Bracelet, by Carole in UK
This beautiful Flamenco Bracelet was made by Donna, again a gorgeous choice of colour.
Lynda of Norwich also made this Diamond Twist Bracelet to match the colours of her Savannah Necklace, using four colours instead of two, and it works beautifully.
Made by Chris from Norwich, the Mantis necklace, made with Burgundy Arcos beads, purple iris Duos, amethyst bicones and galvanised pink seed beads, and a beautiful job she has made of it too.