Fall Bracelet Swap
The following gifts are the result of the Fall Bracelet
Swap hosted by Charlene Booth.
This gorgeous bracelet was created by Carrie Litzman for
Connie Welch. Carrie used a square stitch (loom) base, and
embellished it with a lovely bouquet.
This lovely bracelet was created by Connie Welch for Carrie Litzman.
Connie used a Herringbone (Ndbele) base and embellished it with
This lovely bracelet was created by Mary Menken for Mary Lind.
Mary used a delicate daisy chain and added beautiful accent beads
to enhance the beauty of the bracelet.
This pretty bracelet was created by Mary Lind for Mary Menken.
Mary used bead crochet to create this lovely bracelet.
This beautiful bracelet was created by Kimberly Swenson for
Leslie McCauley. Kimberly used Free-form Peyote to create
This delicate bracelet was created by Leslie McCauley for
Kimberly Swenson. Leslie adds leaves and accent beads to
the beaded vine.
This beautiful bracelet was created by Audrey Sunburn for
Joan Lipkis. Audrey used Tiger Eye beads to create this lovely
This gorgeous bracelet was created by Joan Lipkis for
Audrey Sunburn. Joan used cube beads to create this lovely
work of art.
This lovely three strand bracelet and earring set was created
by Mary Fisher for Edith Leone. Mary created this lovely
using a combination of glass seed beads, lampwork with
natural stone beads of brecciated jasper, faceted carnelian,
unakite rondels, and citrine chips.
This beautiful "Maple Leaf" bracelet was created by Edith Leone
Mary Fisher. Edith created this beautiful bracelet using
Peyote stitch. She added seed bead embellishments to create a dainty
This beautiful bracelet was created by Wendy Drescher for
Donna Marie Hanna. Wendy used seed beads and cubes to
create this lovely bracelet.
"Fall Harvest" was created by Jess Holbrook for
Michele Kopack. Jess created this lovely bracelet using Right
Angle Weave for the base. Jess then embellished the base with Czech
faceted fire polished beads, and 2 little peyote leaves from Barb
Grainger's new book.
This lovely bracelet was created by Michele Kopack
for Jess Holbrook. It is crocheted with size 8/0 Hematite
Metallic Iris seed beads, and is six beads around.
It is made
with a technique done with the slip stitch.
"Frosted Fall" was created by Judith Giffin for Janet Killips.
Judith used bead crochet to create this lovely slip-on bracelet.
The beads are frosted, and the color scheme is created with the
use of varigated thread. A very ingenius idea, Judith!
This gorgeous free-form bracelet was created by Janet Killips
for Judith Giffin. Janet used seed beads and pressed flowers
leaves to create this stunning bracelet.
Created by Crystal Fox for Teddi Archer, this lovely bracelet is
made entirely of seed beads and larger beads. It even boasts
Made with Bitty Beaded Beads and fresh water pearls, this
bracelet was created by Linda Charvonia for Bonnie Mitchell.
"Fall in the Smokies" was created by Beverly Moon for Pat Dowd.
Beverly lives in Eastern Tennessee, where Autumn lasts mid
September to October. The base of the bracelet was made on
loom (Beverly's first loom project), and the loops were added
using a mixture of seed beads and accent beads.
This bracelet was created by Delia Johnson for
Melanie Simmonds. Delia used crystals, seed beads, and
Czech glass beads to create this piece.
"Fall Cornucopia" was created by Beverly Herman for Mokihana White.
Beverly says it reminds her of all the Fall colors she misses so
This lovely bracelet was created by Mokihana White for
Beverly Herman. Mokihana used a Flat Spiral technique.
The bracelet can be adjusted by changing the number of spirals in it.
"Kitty in my Garden" was created by Jan Wasser for
Mary Otten. Kitty was playing in the grass when the leaves
and entrapped her.
Marie Otten created this lovely bracelet for Jan Wasser.
The technique is tubular Ndbele stitch, and Marie used Delica's,
seed beads, cubes and triangles. This is Marie's first project
using the Ndbele stitch, and she taught herself using
the instructions in Maxine Prange's article in Beadwork,
This bracelet, made by Jeanette Shannigan for Eloise Bennet, is
a variation of the Zulu flowerette chain accented with gold glass
"Indian Corn" was created by Eloise Bennet for Jeanette Shanigan.
Eloise used seed beads, bugle beads and pressed leaves to create
this lovely bracelet.
I want to thank everyone who participated in the
Spring Bracelet Swap for making it a success. If not for you, there
would have been no swap. Thank you.