I’ve been busy this past week playing with Geometric Warped Squares once again! Aside from the influence of several of my favorite beading books (Jean Power’s “Geometric Beadwork”, Diane Fitzgerald’s “Shaped Beadwork”, and Kate McKinnon’s “Contemporary Geometric Beadwork”), the inspiration for the colorful mosaic pattern came from memories of intricately laid tiles I’ve seen on walls and floors of vintage buildings. A particularly vivid memory lingers of a tiled bathroom floor in a house my family lived in during the early 1950’s. I was just knee-high to a grasshopper back then, but I remember being mesmerized by the geometric composition of the tiny hexagonal porcelain tiles that resembled honeycombs! These earrings make that memory even more intense! Feather-light and eye-catching, each earring is composed of 15/0 Japanese seed beads and suspended from a petite bead-bezeled Swarovski ss39 Rivoli. I’m just finishing writing the step-by-step tutorial for this pair of earrings and I’ll have kits as well. Look for them in my Etsy shop in a day or two!
Another Pair of Warped Square Earrings!
by Barbara | Feb 17, 2017 | Art Jewelry, Art to Wear, Beads and Materials, Components, Designer Patterns, Earrings, Embellishments, Gemstones, Handmade, Inspiration, Jewelry kits, Materials and Supplies, One-of-a-Kind, Seed Beads, Tutorials | 2 comments