Peyote stitched with delicas, seed beads, and fire polish crystals this cute bracelet takes it’s colours from the Salmon Geranium which flowers during the Summer. Part of a series of jewelry inspired by my garden.
6 1/2 inches around.
Here is the bracelet opened up showing all the colours of delica beads.
I do love the traditional classic red geraniums but my real love is for orange, tangerine and salmon colours. A whole section of my garden, which can be viewed from my studio window, is filled with a variety of these and they give me such joy.
I always make several versions of my bead patterns. This is a shiny gold option made from the Pebble Bracelet pattern. This one is made with gold coloured seed beads, and amethyst and gold coloured fire polished crystals.
If you would like to make this bracelet – in whatever colours you chose – go buy the pattern.
I am totally enamoured with the Picasso finish on many styles of beads. This bracelet uses seed beads and fire polish crystals. They are such lovely earthy colours and together they make a subtle statement. This bracelet is fastened with a snap clasp and is made with 8 components and 2 end circles for the snaps. I like working in components as it means you can take your work anywhere and make one piece at a time before putting it together.
If you would like to buy this pattern you can find it under Pebble Bracelet or the Pattern section of my beadwork website.