Thank You

I want to thank everyone for your kind comments on "Effy' whether here or by email. I also want to thank everyone who has been encouraging me to pursue the many facets of beading as an art and a business. Who would have thought one thing could be so fulfilling in so many different facets.
The result of having such encouraging friends is the developement of my very first pattern and kit.
Beaded Cogs
SteamPunk Style

And there are four colorways. I have a limited number of kits right now but after I teach my first class I will be able to put together more. If you want more information you can leave a comment with your email and I will get back to you.

Comments

Bobbi said…
Hi, I love them, wow! I would also love more info on your classes, the kits, prices...I hope you have a wonderful day! Bead Happy!
Hugs and happy beading...
Bobbi
rockyandduk@aol.com
i love these! they are so interesting and beautiful. very nice work!
Lidia said…
These are wonderful! Love the 4 colorways too I'm certain they will be a big success! (Still giggling about Effy Duck) ;)
Gypsy said…
The dark blue one, with them all sort of spinning in different directions, is my fav! Great job, Ralonda and good luck with the class. You and God can do anything together!!
thecrimsonmoon said…
These are gorgeous! I love the colours in the top one especially...mouthwatering! :)

Liz x
Gale said…
These are great, Ralonda! I really love them. Good luck with your class! Gale
Stefanie said…
Wow, there are gorgeous, Stefanie
Mandi said…
I'm digging the brick red and turquoise, but all the colorways look fabulous!! I think I would make mine black, white, and cranberry. See, I'm breaking out of my purple colorbox ;)Congrats and awesome job on your first kit!
Ralonda said…
thank you everybody- this is the exact encouragement this post is about- You all are rock stars in my book! (the one I still need to write LOL)
Leigh said…
Your beaded cogs are wonderful.
Have you thought of writing a pattern for sale of your beaded cogs? Living in australia I find the postage on kits does not make them practical whereas pdf patterns that can be emailed once payment is confirmed are more desirable.

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