beautifully for learning peyote. But I wanted to make sure that you know you aren't limited to those.
As with all other things bead, different sizes, different finishes, different shapes make for quite the difference in results. This new set of beaded beads was done using round seed beads in 5/o (and you thought there would never be a reason for using those!):
The copper and blue beaded beauties would have been lost on the heavy (add-a-bead) neckwire I used on this new set. These new beads are so substantial that they can even hold their own on a beaded rope. (The rope, by the way, is simple tubular herringbone stitch done in size 11/o seed beads.)
But they are light-weight and versatile enough to play well with silk.
Have I convinced you to try your hand at beading one of these yet? What if I told you that they are the base for things as wondrous as the Blooming Bead?
Be well and get going!
Carol Dean Sharpe