A new pattern and kit…the “Belles Fleurs” bracelet!

I’ve just finished editing the “Belles Fleurs” pattern and I’ve assembled kits in seven lush colourways!  The finished bracelet is shown in “Café Latte”, a lovely mix of metallic bronze, matte ivory and metallic steel iris Delica beads, purple/blue aurora borealis seed beads and metallic burgundy Charlotte beads.  A blend of rich coffee, mocha, and platinum colored anodized niobium jump rings, 4mm cogged brass disks, handmade bronze metal clay star-shaped bead caps, ball-tipped argentium silver headpins, and lime green and deep purple polymer clay, as well as clear, concise step-by-step instructions accompanied by large full-color photos complete the kit.   If you’ve never worked with chain maille before, don’t worry!  My chain maille pattern is very simple and easy to do!  

The other colourways I offer are: “April Showers” ( subtle blues/greens/lavender), “Tropic” (teal,coral, lime), “Tumeric” (spice/orange/lime), “Midnight” (deep blues/purples/burgundies), “Faded Denim” (pale blues, lavender), and “Mardigras” (a mixture of bright blues/fuchsia/gold).  You’ll find the pattern and kits in my Etsy shop. No worry about finishing this bracelet in time for Christmas gift giving (it works up very fast!) or order the pattern or kit for a favorite beader on your list!   Purchase anything in my Etsy shop from December 1 through December 15 and receive FREE SHIPPING!  Just enter the code MYXMASGIFT2U. There you’ll find  embellishments, patterns and kits that are sure to delight!

~ by BarbaraBriggsDesigns on December 3, 2011.

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