Hanging Amaranth tendrils add some fun, draping texture to floral arrangements, like the Zinnia arrangement shown in the second image.
The PDF is 5 pages long and contains 16 high quality images and detailed written instructions to guide you in making these unique flowers. On the last page are instructions for altering the pattern to make a longer tendril.
The video from this class will be uploaded to my YouTube Channel on December 18th, following my videos for the Zinnia class.
– Continuous Loops
This technique is taught for free in the Learn section of my website.
The PDF is written in English using both Imperial and Metric terms for measurement.
© 2020 Lauren Harpster. This design and pattern is copyright protected and is offered for personal, non-commercial use only. You are purchasing a copy of the pattern for yourself only. It may not be shared, resold, or redistributed in any form, even without monetary gain. It may not be used for teaching classes. Flowers made from this pattern may be sold as long as credit is given to Lauren Harpster for the design.
Makes 2 tendrils (one long, one short)
Size 11/0 Round Seed Beads:
- 15 grams flower color
- 15 grams darker flower color
Copper Core Wire:
- ~ 20 ft (6.1 m) 26 gauge (.4 mm) matching the flower beads
- 18 – 16 gauge floral stem wire
- Light green floral tape