By Jeremy Telford
Specialist balloon tornado Jeremy Telford offers 32 projects-a flamingo, a princess, a jet with pilot, and plenty of more-with easy-to-follow directions and how-to photographs that train not just the main valuable twisting suggestions, but in addition easy methods to layout new balloon sculptures. Telford additionally offers information regarding twisting balloons professionally, together with how to define and e-book gigs, what offers are worthy, and the way to entertain an viewers.
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2 Single-thread the needle with about 2 yards bead thread and tie a large knot at the end of the thread. Bring the needle up from under the fabric piece about a half-bead width from the stone and pull the thread through until knot is against the backing on the underside. 5 Take the needle down through the backing against fourth bead. Come back up between the second and third beads, pass through the third and fourth beads again, and string on two more beads. This is backstitching. Refer to the backstitching instructions, page 25, for further assistance, if necessary.
Work a short thread (10") into the end of the strand that does not have the clasp and bring the needle out the last section of seed beads. String on enough 11º black seed beads to go around doughnut (through the center hole) and take the needle back into the other set of seed beads, as shown in Figure 4-29. Figure 4-29 Work the thread through the piece and back through the black seed beads once more. Secure the thre in beaded band. 63 Repeat steps 5 thr side of the neck str Peruvian painted stone doughnuts and seed beads come together to give this finished piece a Southwestern flair.
3 Pick up a white seed bead on each needle and pass both through one brown seed bead from opposite directions. Repeat once more. 4 Pick up three brown seed beads on each needle and one bicone on one needle. Pass the second needle through the bicone from the opposite direction. 5 Pick up three brown seed beads on one needle and four on the other. Pass first needle through the last brown bead on the second needle, from the opposite direction, and pull snugly. 6 2 7 3 Repeat the pattern doing three brown-white patterns and one bicone to desired length.
Balloonology: 32 Fun Projects to Take You from Beginner to Expert by Jeremy Telford