Quickly learn how to make unique and stunning jewellery designed by a professional. Sarah's degree in design and her eye for colour mean that her original designs are snapped up as soon as they hit the shelves and her patterns, that can help you to re-create her designs for themselves, are constantly in demand.
"This pattern for a vintage rosette collar uses the simple technique of stitching beads together but the layers that build up make it appear quite complicated. Hopefully you will wow your friends with your talent."
Simply buy the beads of your choice and follow the simple to use instructions to create fabulous jewellery like a professional.
"I've explained every step I used for you, from equipment you'll need to the sizes and types of bead to add to your shopping list. I can also provide a kit from my web site combining colours which I have carefully selected to work well together. With my help you can guarantee that your finished piece will look great."
If you need more help, the Frequently Asked Questions section of Sarah's web site can provide the answer or you can get in touch with Sarah direct through social media or blog. You can even let her know what patterns you'd like her to write next.
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About the Author
Sarah’s love of design brought her to the world of beads and beaded jewellery in 2001 when, having moved to the renowned artists’ haven of St Ives, she found a job in a local bead shop.
After more than a decade working in this field learning, developing and exploring the possibilities of this endlessly fascinating craft, she has decided to run her own business.
Now, as well as making and selling her own jewellery, she helps beaders of all abilities to tap into their creativity with her patterns and classes for all levels.
“Beads attract me for so many reasons. The infinite variety of forms, textures, colours and combinations are irresistible, but being a member of the crafting community is also important. To share ideas and play a part in ensuring that this wonderful pastime has a future gives me so much happiness, and that can be contagious!”