Elvis - Tiny Skeleton - component - Tutorial

Item Description

This is a listing for a 13-page PDF which will show you step by step how to make this tiny 3cm skeleton. It is perfect for earrings, or any other fun miniature project you might want to make. Together with another tiny doll representing Marie Curie, Elvis was made for a collaborative artwork initiated and organized by bead artist Maria Shcherbyna, for the Gender Institute, a unique Culture center in Kharkiv, Ukraine. You can learn more about the project and the other beading artists who participated in it here: http://www.genderculturecentre.org/beading-the-womantory/.
The tutorial is only for the skeleton. 

The instructions are in English with clear photos, illustrations and explanations. 

Level: Intermediate to advanced 

Technique: Two-needle stitching.

Material: Japanese seed beads size 15/0 and 11/0, bugle beads, superduo beads, glass pearl, and the usual (thread, etc)

Important note: avoid printing, my patterns are designed for use with tablets and may print very large.

Copy Right: please don't share or copy or sell or teach my beading patterns. Contact me for a teaching licence. Please be so kind give me credits for my designs; or link to my shop if you post pictures on the Internet. Sell what you make with your own hands - massive production is not allowed. 

Thank you! 

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