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Three Dimensional Beadwork [Paperback]

Sigrid Wynne-Evans
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April 1 1999
This book fgives instructions on how to create 3 dimensional beadwork figures This is the only book of its kind! The peyote based figures are hollow, there is no inner support. Sculptural peyote sitich in its purest form.

Projects include: Mermaid, Bead Goddess, Mime, Bee, Daisy, Wizard and more.

For the intermediate to advanced beader.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Hard-to-find-item May 22 2014
By Andria
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
There are very few books on doing freeform sculptural work -this was one of the originals and is quite hard to find. My copy arrived promptly in pristine condition. Quite pleased.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Is this an instruction book or a gallery? July 4 2009
By Victoria - Published on Amazon.com
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I knew this style would be hard to write about so I give Sig credit for even trying. 3 dimentional patterns are the hardest to script out. It's much easier done than said, at least for me. I was expecting those nicely scripted out patterns like the Japanese do. Instead the pieces are more like brick/peyote, stitched and fused together- to make them three dimentional. The projects have a great end project and nice picture gallery section, but a very vague way of how to get there. I know all an experienced beader needs is a picture, so thank you for those. But, if experienced is not you...don't expect much mastery instructions from this book.
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