Flirty Flower Rings

Finger gems made using two-needle right-angle weave

Was: $4.00

Sale: $2.80

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Was: $4.00

Sale: $2.80

The designer used right-angle weave to make a crystal flower for a pendant but decided her creation looked even better on her finger! A bugle-bead band completes her elegant ring design, adding a sparkle reminiscent of vintage pieces. The thread used is so sturdy, no needles are required for this project.
Required Materials: Seed beads, bugle beads. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Wire cutters. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Right Angle Weave
Finished Size: About a size 7 ring
Originally Published: Beadwork, February/March 2008

SKU: EP1207

Author/Speaker/Editor: Shanna Steele

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

Flirty Flower Ring Review by christine silvey

this was the first ring i ever made.I first made it from the Beadweaving magazine. I lost the magazine and when i saw it online i ordered it and another ring pattern. I am a begining beader but with the detailed instructions and it was quite easy. i also made it in a smaller version, by using smaller beads. very happy with the results.

(Posted on 10/5/11)