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- Video: Learning to weave a flower of eustoma from beads
Eustoma from beads - a stunning and very original flower, from which many are delighted.
So, in order to weave such a beautiful plant, you need to stock up the wire and beads of a round shape of green, blue, lilac and white flowers.
Weaving of flower petals
Please note that one plant must be weavedAbout five pieces of petals with their own hands. We take a wire, the length of which is 85 centimeters, seven beads and put on the made axis. The remaining end of the wire must be made in the form of four arcs, for this you should wrap it a couple of times.
The turn of the arc came next, namely, the thirdTurn and it is important to fix it to the arc made on the second and to lower down on three beads. After this, it is also recommended to add beads and hook onto an arc that hit the second scroll and do it down to three beads. Add more beads and eventually complete the started turn.
The arc, which is formed on the fourth circleShould be fixed to the third, it is important here only to reduce the number of beads per one. After that, it is worthwhile to continue tying the beads and hook the wire in such a way that it falls on the arc of the third turn from the other side and was lowered lower by one bead.
Similarly, you need to weave another 5 circles, likeShowed the master class is important to remember that the beads were hooked below the arc, which was the previous one. The upper rim should be made on 5 and 4 turns of blue beads.
Bud buds should be woven the sameWay for both the flower and slightly reduced in size. In this case, measure the thread, the length of which is 59 cm, we collect 5 beads on it and make 10 arcs or five turns. For beginners, I would like to note that the flower of the eustoma must be weaved with five petals, as seen in the photo.
During the weaving, pay attention to the fact thatStamens should be combined in harmony with the pestle. We store the wire, the length of which is about 35 cm, so we select 7 beads and make them to be in the central part and create a loop by scrolling in a couple of turns.
After this, you need to string on theWire four beads, then wrap it back into 3 beads, which are located in the loop and tighten tight. Remember that beadwork is a delicate and painstaking work.
The wire should be twisted somewhere 0.5 centimeters at the end.
We start to work with the second, its longer end and in the same way create a second pestle. When the work is completed, connect the ends of the line together at a distance of 1.5-2 centimeters.
For weaving the stamens, we take and type on one of theThe tips of the wire six beads of the right color, without forgetting to make a loop. After that, we take the second part, and we begin to weave two loops as the diagram shows. Next, you need to take the wire and twist it together. It is important that the loops are perpendicular to the twisted side, and perform everything as indicated by the master class.
We take a wire, the length of which is 30 cm,And create an axis, on which we type ten beads. The sepals should have one sepals, because beadwork implies accuracy and harmony of details. For one flower eustomomy you need to weave 5 sepals.
Leaves for eustoma from beads will weaveDifferent sizes - large, medium and small. For one flower, two large leaves are needed and they must be woven based on the following scheme: on a wire 110 centimeters long we string 27 beads. After this, the working end needs to be made two circles, and only starting from the third, we start to create denticles. Eustoma from beads is almost ready.
Collect the resulting details in one beautiful bouquetNot difficult, you just need to attach them all to the right places. Do not forget that the eustoma from beads master class, which was presented above, should have five petals and stamens. After this, we proceed to consolidate the sepals. To make the flower look beautiful, you can thread a green thread on the stem.
In the conclusion of the article, we suggest that you view the master-class on weaving the gentle eustoma with your own hands.