The history of the rings, like many other ornaments,originates from the first beautiful stones, pieces of bone and seashells worn by ancient people. In the ancient world, rings served not only as decorations, they were an indicator of the social status and position of man. For example, in ancient Rome, gold rings were worn by people born free, and those who were released were wearing silver rings. Throughout history, the rings also played the role of identity cards or signatures. All known rings of the Pope, each occupying this post had its own, not similar to any other ring. Masons, Templars and many other fraternities and orders wore prints with certain images. People of certain professions wore ringlets from necessity. At the shoemaker, it served as a thimble. At the archers the ringlets were used to protect the fingers from the string. Separately there are rings with secrets and tiny hiding places, located under jewels in rings, puzzle rings with original and ingenious ornament. Another important role is the fulfillment of the symbols of love. Many hundreds of years in the marriage, engagement and just as a sign of friendly affection people give each other rings. This role has been preserved by the ring and at the present time, otherwise, it is now just a beautiful accessory, complementing the image and emphasizing one or another style. In stores you can see the rings for almost every taste and size of the purse. At the same time, it's much more interesting to become an author of an exclusive decoration yourself. To do this, you just need to look into the shops for needlework for the bright pieces of the rainbow - beads. From multi-colored beads of all possible shades and forms, you can create original and beautiful rings with your own hands. Our club offers both master and beginner craftsmen several master classes in weaving bead rings and beads. The first ring of beads is made in the style of the Arab night. Materials:
- Beads 10/0 brown with metallic effect;
- Bioconuses 6 mm (purple and light lilac);
- Bioconuses 4 mm (transparent with iridescent overflows);
- Pearls 4 mm (light blue);
- Rhinestones 5 x 5 mm (transparent, sewn, in studs, with iridescent coating);
- The line.
Most of the work is done on two workerstails of the line. 1 st link. String sewn rhinestones, 1 bead, 1 biocone of purple, another 1 bead. Tails crossed in a rhinestone, which was worn first. On the ponytails string on 1 bead and cross the tails in 1 violet bioconus. This is the second link. To put two violet bioconas on one tail, pass this tail through the biocone of the first link, then again two bioconuses of violet color on it, then the second tails of the line pass through the second bioconus. This is the third link. For one tail put on 1 light lilac bioconus, two violet and again one light lilac. The second tail of the line to pass through the biocone of the third link and through the first put on light lilac. This is the fourth link. String on one tail two violet bioconuses and one light lilac, another tail of the line to pass through the biocone of the second link and through the light lilac biocone, to close the link. Weave a circle like this. In the circle, the last link (the ninth) is closed with the 1st link (fourth). On one tail put 1 bead on the second - 1bead and transparent rainbow bioconus, cross the ponytails in a pearl. This is the tenth link. At one end of the line, put on 1 bead, on the second - 1 bead and 1 rainbow biocone, cross the ends in a light lilac bioconus between the ninth and the eighth link. This is the eleventh link. Weave all the rows together. Finish the work on the 21st link. The tails of the fishing line pass into the beads indicated in figure a and b, to each of the tails to string three beads and cross the tails in yet another bead. This is the 22nd link. In the next dialed pearl, close the 23rd link. Then put on 1 bead, in it the 24th link closes. For each tail, string 3 beads, pass them through the closing bead of the 22nd link, then through 3 beads tyred for each tail and close the line in the bead that closes the 24th link. Repeat the weaving of links from the 23rd. Weave a piece of beaded string along the length of the finger's grasp and attach it to the beads indicated in figure c and d. Ring is ready. The next ring looks elegant and effective and at the same time, it is very easy to weave. Great for a cocktail dress. It will take:
- Oval carbion (natural stone);
- Bioconuses 4 mm;
- Beads 11/0 turquoise (Delica);
- Beads 15/0 bronze (Rocai);
- The line.
Work begins with a number of carbion weaving,strung 53 beads Delik and cross the forest tails in the 54 th bead. The second and third circles are woven with a mosaic from Deliky. The fourth and fifth circle weave with a mosaic made of bronze beads. The sixth circle weave from the bronze beads and pull the work along the edge of the line. The line passes through the turquoise bead of the first circle. enclose the carbion and weave the two circles with bronze beads. The last row is tightened. Leska released from the turquoise beads, dialtwo turquoise beads, one biocone and one more turquoise, to draw a line diagonally across four turquoise Delicacies, as in the figure. Go around in circles. The line is brought to the bronze Rocay in the center of the carcasson from the inside, weave 3 Deliches with mosaic technique, weave 6 beads wide, and over the grasp of a finger long. Weave symmetrically on the other side of the underside. Ring is ready.