Wednesday, March 2, 2011

February BJP

For February I did two sections of flat peyote and then they were attached to the backing before adding the surrounding beads. When it came time to do the edge stitches for the peyote sections, I just wove a couple more rows in turquoise so those areas wrapped over the edge.


12 comments:

Cyndi L said...

Oh you clever girl! That peyote weaving gives it the coolest look...makes me want to go get weaving...

Mackin-Art said...

This is an incredibly interesting and innovative piece - I LOVE everything about it, congratulations on some really fine work!

Roberta said...

Wonderful combination of techniques. Fantastic work. I always look forward to it.

Lisa Criswell / Indigo's Beads said...

this piece is very intriguing to me. it's very simplistic in its block design, yet it seems there is so much to see. the palette is just beautiful. i think it's great!

jann said...

This is definitely my favorite of your beaded pages.

The Blissful Banter of a Creative Crafter said...

I love the look of these! So modern looking with great blocks of color. Your beading is neat in appearance. Well done! Analisa

Barbara said...

This is so lovely, and perfectly executed!

char said...

Beautiful, combining the two techniques turned out really well, nice color combo too. Great job!

Mandy said...

This is wonderful! I've just started bead embroidery and beading in general, and love to look at pieces like this so I can improve myself. Your beading is so neat, while mine is so crowded. I think I just learned less is more. I love the rounded edges also! Can't wait to see next month!

QueenMarcy said...

LOVE IT
LOVE IT
LOVE IT

QueenMarcy

QueenMarcy said...

WOW, I liked the one for March, but this one for February is truly AWESOME!!!
Marcy

BeadsForever said...

A very clever and wonderfully artistic piece!