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8 Gorgeous Rainbow Beadwork Tutorials


I've done a few multi-colored rainbow designs myself but nothing as amazing as these designers! It takes confidence to work with so many colors....and make them all work. You can't just throw in colors willy-nilly.  The colors next to each hue matter and must harmonise overall. 

Julie of JULIEANNSMITHDESIGNS is a really talented bead artist who has several  drop dead gorgeous rainbow bracelet design tutorials in her shop. She is one of the best multi-colored beadwork designers I have come across. A really fantastic way with colors. The design above is Colorbook Euphoria.

This one below is Julie's Heart Block design tutorial :








This gorgeous peyote rainbow kaleidocycle tutorial by by Laurie Gary of Beaddesignbylaurie.



Next is the gorgeous rainbow junction necklace tutorial below by Lauren Prough of ShinyFancyThings.



The designer of Granny's Garden bracelet tutorial is of Rose of RosePatterns1010

She describes it as :
A cross between a rainbow garden of little flowers and crocheted granny squares.



Rainbow houses are featured in this colorful loom pattern design by Vixenscraft. Be sure to check out her shop as she has other wonderful rainbow patterns. 


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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM 

3 comments:

  1. Lovely designs! great way to use up bits of beads too. Julie Ann Smith is a master at mixing colors, her designs are perfect for those with a short attention span. Like me! ;)

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  2. The one thing that I have learned about using delicas is that if you want the colors to pop that you have to use opaque colors. The ones that are more transparent blend together and wash each other out so that the pattern looks "muddy".

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  3. Totally agree - and not just for multi colored designs. Sigh, now I have this stash of transparent beads.....

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