Many beginner needlewomen do not know howmake a lilac of beads, so that it as much as possible was like a natural and pleased everyone with its incredibly beautiful look. Do not despair, our master class will help you with this and will provide several different options for weaving this all-favorite spring flowering shrub brightly lilac, pink or white. To weave branches of lilac, it is better to use lilac beads of 3 - 4 shades with impregnations of white or transparent beads. Leaflets are also easier to weave from beads of several shades. Here, the first scheme of weaving lilac. It is designed only for a small branch of lilac,which can be used as an original unusual brooch or for the bracelet decor of beads. If more of these twigs and connect them together you can get a beautiful May bouquet of lilacs. Type three beads on the wire, place a piece of wire in the middle, and thread one end into the last bead of three. Then twist the two wires together a little and make another small flower of lilac, consisting of 3 beads, and then another 3. Do the same on the second end of the wire, forming a small branch of lilac, which will constitute the main bunch of a flower , as it is shown in the diagram. The number of small twigs in one large cluster is unlimited, everything depends on your imagination and possibilities. Following the proposed scheme, it is very easy to weave a lilac leaf. The second scheme of weaving lilac. Using the second method of weaving lilac frombeads, it is necessary to form separately closed buds (7-8 lilac beads and 1 green bead), open flowers (9-10 lilac beads and 1 green bead), and then connect them in one branch following the proposed scheme. After this, it is necessary only to form a large bunch of such small branches, to prick a stem and leaves to it. Stem tightly wrap the thread "mulina" green and strengthen it with a drop of glue. The third scheme of weaving lilac. This scheme involves the weaving of a branch of lilac,which consists of small flowers. For one flower, you need to take 5 lilac beads and one for the middle of the yellow. All the flowers are weaved, individually, on one wire, forming a twig. And then small twigs constitute a large bunch of lilacs. The leaves are also woven one whole, and then attached to the main cluster. The fourth scheme of weaving lilac. And this bunch of lilacs is made on the basis of a line,and during the entire process of weaving it must be as tight as possible. In this case, not only the flowers of the lilac are made of beads, but the stem itself is also made of green beads. That's all, now you know all the schemes of weaving lilac from beads and you can bravely tackle the work, creating your own unique masterpiece. Good luck to you!