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Confetti Cuff

About this design:

Did a bit of experimenting on this cuff. It is another one with the cross wires weaving through the vertical wires I left a few more open spots, wrapped some of the wires and did little areas of weaving. The outline is a bit more irregular.


various stones, coral, turquoise, pearls

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    JustImagine - Val says:

    I love the twists and turns in your weaving…kind of like life with twists and turns with beautiful beads along the way. :)

  2. reiljreilj
    reiljreilj says:

    I know how difficult it is for me to do wire, so wow you did a great job. Its very nice.

  3. Blooming Ideas
    Blooming Ideas says:

    This is Great! And with the right outfit… it will look outstanding! :)

  4. Asia
    Asia says:

    Beautiful work :)

  5. Gramnan
    Gramnan says:

    Love it a really different way to go.

  6. Julie Shane
    Julie Shane says:

    I’m SO impressed with your skill! You make it look easy and I know it’s not!
    Please help: What gauge wire do you use for the wave/curve cuff? And what gauge wire do you use for the weaving and beadwork? I’ve noticed several of your pieces and I would like to try…

  7. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Hey Everyone thanks for all of the comments and compliments.

    J Shane, I do use several gauges of wire. For the cuffs like the one pictured here the frame is made with either 12ga or 14ga wire which every I happen to handy. I do prefer the 12ga though. For the wire wave frame I use the same two gauges, 12 or 14 and some times 16ga depending on how high the waves go. The beads are strung on 24ga wire. It is flexible enough to wrap around the heavier wires but strong enough to not break easily. I use it for the fine weaving too.

    I posted a tutorial here on the Lima Bead site. It is for a variation of the cuff that doesn’t have the heavy horizontal wires woven through the vertical wires. Check out the step-by-step projects. You’ll need to scroll down quite a way but it is there.

    If you have any more questions please don’t hesitate to ask.

    I added pictures showing more variations of the frame. It has endless possibilities.

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  8. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Well rats. I posted three different views of the same cuff.

    This is the other picture I had intended to post. Is is of a wilder variation. :D


  9. Nancy Mc
    Nancy Mc says:

    Another masterpiece! I love all the bright beautiful colors!

  10. KatsAllThat
    KatsAllThat says:

    Gorgeous and fun!

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