Saturday, May 28, 2016

Assymetrical earrings



Too long... waited too long to make the pattern for the earrings. For some I just gave the rough written pattern  over Facebook. There you have it:
One shuttle pattern.
String some seed beads in the shuttle. No turn work what so ever. 20 minutes tat. Promise.

Start
R1: 10 - 10.
R2: 10 + 5 - 10
R3: 15 + 5 - 20
R4: 20 + 5 - 25
R5: 25 + 38 - 2 (or how much you want, but keep the 2).
Rb: take a bead in the loop for the ring. work 2 + o large ring) 6 - 2 close. The bead stays at the base of the ring. Continue until you have the nice curve needed for your bead.
As you see, 4 rings are also ok.


You can think avout working the last ring as a SCMR (2 threads).


The rest is ading the rest of the beads by sewing them. I added first the large one, then went back, added the light blue ones, came back and added the small seed bead... went back throught the large bead, added the bead in the R1. Secured thread. Done.

Have fun.



20 comments:

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    1. Such an easy pattern! And fun to work it. Knowing you, I think you can find out an easier way to do it :) .

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  2. Bellissimi!!! Deliziosi come tutti i tuoi modelli! Grazie Corina per averlo condiviso!❤

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  3. Your work is amazing! Thank you for sharing your wonderful instructions as you do.

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  4. Those look beautiful!! :)
    I think I will have to try these for a friend! :)

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  5. Nice pattern, thank you for sharing :) I made one to try and added some beads on back (in the largest ring)

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    1. Hi Izabela. I did it too, with a crystal drop. Looked pretty fine.

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  6. Stunning, and yet so simple! Sheer genius.

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    1. Simplicity has always its advantages. But in my opinion the patterns which are simple require a lot of attention for the execution of the details. Adding the beads, for instance, can ruin the whole thing.

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  7. Stunning and gorgeous I must try this pattern thank you for sharing the pattern
    Margaret

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    1. Have fun with it, Margaret. Happy that this pattern is tempting you.

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  8. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing the pattern.

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  9. So happy I found your blog! Such beautiful work and inspiration. I'm new to tatting and your patterns have inspired me to keep practicing

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    1. Thank you for this kind words. Keep on doing the little double stitches. The reward will come, I promise you.

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  10. So happy I found your blog! Such beautiful work and inspiration. I'm new to tatting and your patterns have inspired me to keep practicing

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  11. Would love to try it...I have been learning a lot from your blog...there aren't good tatting classes near my place...thanks a lot for your tutorials😅

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  12. Would love to try it...I have been learning a lot from your blog...there aren't good tatting classes near my place...thanks a lot for your tutorials😅

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