Tuesday, April 29, 2014

More experimental twisting

Did I say that I love the twisted peyote more and more? That's a stitch that gives a thousand of possibilities! One idea leads to another one, and when I was making the square from the last post, such a new idea appeared in my head. I just had to try it out as soon as possible! Of course I had no idea about the final result in the beginning, but along with the growing number of beads I knew what I was going to achieve. Whether it was a successful experiment or not, only you can probably tell. I like it though, as it looks different from anything I have made so far - despite using the same stitch as in the last few pieces.

The pendant is made with Toho Tresure and round seed beads, with a big 18mm rivoli in the middle. It's not a small piece, not small at all, as it is almost 8cm (3,14") wide and long (without the bail). I haven't got any pattern for it yet - but could be that it will be ready by the end of this week. :)

So, is it a cross? Or maybe a four-pointed star? Can't decide what it resembles to me. I wonder what you can see in this pendant then. ;)

twisted peyote beaded pendant

twisted peyote beaded pendant

twisted peyote beaded pendant


So, until the next time! :)



18 comments:

  1. For me it's a four-pointed star. Fabulous!

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  2. OMG! I have not finished the windmill yet - and you come up with the next stunning pattern! It is amazing - I really love it! I hope that by following your patterns for a start, I get a feeling for this twisting.... As you said, it seems to offer so many possibilities and I would love to explore some as well. You are really an inspiraton!

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    1. Thank you, happy to hear you think so. :)

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  3. Ależ Ty kręcisz tymi koralikami :) Moje skojarzenie będzie naprawdę dziwne, wiesz jak złożyć język w rulonik? Właśnie z takim językiem mi się ten kształt skojarzył:)))

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    1. Hahaha! To Ci się udało! Najlepsze skojarzenie, jakie może być! Język wykręcony w rulonik - toż to byłby prawdziwy bestseller wśród wszystkich tutoriali tego świata! :D Tylko jak to byłoby po angielsku?... Hmm... ;)
      Pozdrawiam. :)

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    2. Po prostu - Tongue Twister. Czekam na tutorial, bo ten chętnie kupię.

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  4. Great enhancement of your earlier designs! I like this 3D-effect and depending on how you hold the pendant it remains me of a cross or a big X.

    Warm greetings,
    Nicole

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  5. Unbelievable!
    Hello Justyna, I can`t believe, that you are able to present the next variation of twisted pendant. When do you sleep and eat? I think, you are beadin 25 hous a day :-)))
    I like this shape. For me it looks like a cross, fantastic!
    Hugs
    Silke

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  6. Un magnifico diseño Justina ,me parece fantastico.
    Un beso

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  7. Oh I really like this one.

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  8. I'm not sure what the shape is either, but it is gorgeous!

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  9. This one is really beautiful, for me it is a star. I still have 2 patterns from you to do and I am looking forward for a new one :-)?

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  10. This one is really just perfect .
    I think I´m falling in Love in this piece

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  11. Czy wiesz,że jesteś czarodziejką ? Czarodziejką koralików, takie jest moje zdanie!!!
    Podziwiam i podziwiam !!!

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  12. Encore une très belle création. Toutes mes félicitations.

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  13. czekam z niecierpliwością na tutka ;-)

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