Sculpture, jewelry, tapestries

From the smallest of earrings to award winning sculptures, view colour and shape created with tiny glass beads, ammonites, vintage wire balls, Czech glass, Japanese bugles …

Designed and made by hand from the studio of Rose Rushbrooke, each piece is created using beadweaving and embroidery techniques. Some take hours and others many months, even years to put together.

Bumble bee by Rose Rushbrooke
Queen Bee by Rose Rushbrooke


Framed and hanging quilted artwork

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Thread and sewing notions to create your own works of art


Watercolours and gouache paintings

  • Here We Go Again
    A new decade, a new website. From learning how to code a simple html website to uploading an e-Commerce WordPress site took 21 years and it has been an interesting … Read more
  • Talking of Hand Quilting
    Which I was a few posts ago, I wanted to take this subject a bit further. Hand quilting tutorials seem to be few and far between on the Internet. At least, … Read more
  • Why I Hand Quilt
    When I first joined a quilting Guild, back in 1997, I thought “these people are CURAYZE to spend thousands of hours making lines of tiny stitches. Just to hold some little bits … Read more
  • Beaded Penguin
    When this pattern from Bead and Button showed up I couldn’t resist it. My mother loves penguins – she calls them ‘pingwings’. I made one for her birthday. The finished … Read more
Triffid - beaded sculpture by Rose Rushbrooke. Image copyright © Rose Rushbrooke.

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