Movies on Lost Civilizations feature boats, pottery shards, jewelry and more that are usually dug up from deep in the earth or dredged up from the depths of oceans. I marvel at what our ancient people did to make a living or to adorn themselves. Tiny Dancer earrings are inspired by mystery of Nazca lines in Peru and cave paintings in faraway lands. This pair of earrings flashes color when it moves.
Techniques: Ndebele Herringbone, Peyote and other embellishment stitches
Size: 2 ½” long x 1” wide, not including earwires Level: Confident beginner and beyond
Tutorial includes clear step-by-step illustrations with text in English to make beading a pair of these earrings a breeze!
For this project, you will need 14mm Czech Coin beads, seed beads, in sizes 15 and 11, Delica beads size 11 in 2 colors, some Czech dagger beads, a few 2mm rounds or 8mm seed beads, and earring findings.
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