Inspired by the work of Sarah Toussaint Perlissandre, this kaleidocycle is made of 40 triangles that form 10 tetrahedrons, resulting in five-pointed star patterns on the inside when it is turned.
I couldn’t find a pattern for a beaded labyrinth, so I charted this one, and stitched it bead by bead.
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Designed with thoughts of the spiral nature of inner exploration, a shared journey over connected pathways, stepping inward with intention, releasing outward with new-found ease. In the finished star, I notice lines that seem difficult to cross, but may eventually … Continue reading
Trying to get an interesting design in a smaller star
I’m designing some more intricate star patterns, planning on a series.
This is my first box from Julia Pretl’s book, Little Bead Boxes. I chose different colors and modified the pattern for the sides, and I’m thrilled with the result.
A larger version made with the same colors, adding patterns to the sides. Here are some photos comparing the two:
Miniature beaded kaleidocycle made by hinging beaded tetrahedrons so they can rotate. Inspired first by Susannah Thomson and then others at Contemporary Geometric Beadwork They will have a pattern available soon. Next for me will be a larger version with … Continue reading