The Diamonduos are approximately 6mm x 8mm and come in a large amount of colors. For my new design, I chose the coral color.
A few mint-colored beads in my supply room caught my eye, and I coordinated the duet of coral and mint with antique gold. Laying all the beads together on the studio worktable, the first thoughts of a soft desert song floating on a breeze came to mind – thus, this piece’s title, “Desert Song Wrap Bracelet.”
As I worked the beads, this project seemed to be (subconsciously) inspired by the many creations of Deborah Roberti of Around the Beading Table. She creates down-to-earth tutorials that can turn any creative artist’s head. You can see her work and shop her tutorials by clicking HERE.
As with my “Queen Twosret” wrap bracelet, “Desert Song” has a beaded peyote stitch toggle clasp. The look is clean, yet elegant. Depending upon the piece, I would rather have a beaded clasp than a metal one. Again, it depends on the piece.
The tutorial is now available in my shop, Miss Poppy’s Boutique. Click HERE to read more about it, purchase it, or request one made just for you by me.
In the meantime, listen for that soft desert song wafting in the warm desert breeze.
©Designs by Susan Marie Molloy, Miss Poppy’s Boutique, and all works within.