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Welcome to the About.com Beadwork Reader's Gallery. This is a place where we can share our work with the world! Click on a thumbnail to see a piece up close.

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These next two beaded items were sent in by beader Gabrielle Beer.
The first piece is one side of a keyring I did for my sister who's just bought a new car. It was inspired by the square stitch padded ornament on your site but it is done in flat round peyote using a slight variation of a pattern of yours. The reverse side features a daisy pattern and inspired the next piece.

This is a small amulet bag necklace. The amulet is done in flat round peyote with five sides so that there is a definite top & bottom. The reverse is plain & the closure at the top is a button. The chain is from your vivid neckpiece pattern but the daisy part uses coloured beads, I was looking for a nice but strong daisy patterned strap when you posted that pattern, it was perfect!

This next piece was sent in by Coyote Majik .
Thanks to you, I had a great idea for Easter last year. I took your Netted Marble and did a few, then I found these lovely little eggs. I modified the pattern to fit the eggs, and look at the lovely set I call fondly "Splendor in the Grass". Most call it easter fun. Just thought I would send you a picture of the work I am now doing, it is in larger than I would have liked beads. Now it is on exhibit in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana library. It also has won me 2 blue ribbons, one at a Pow Wow, and the other at the Parish fair. Thanks to all the guidance and the inspiration you give to others learning to bead. I am presently known as a Master Weaver on the Pow Wow Trail in the South.

This Necklace and Neck Purse were beaded by Shanalee.
Here are 2 of my newest efforts. The necklace is the only thing I have EVER made just for me and I love it. Turquoise cabs, 15 seeds, and MOP oat beads .

The white deerskin neck purse has an awesome picture agate surrounded by cobalt transparents and metallic gold in size 11's. I call it "land where 2 rivers meet".

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