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Bi-color hybrid tea rose

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After making the roses for Cheryl Phelan's wedding bouquet ("Your Work", B&B #48), I wanted to make more for my niece's wedding. Meagan didn't want to carry all those beads, but she couldn't say no to a bouquet of beautiful, bi-color bead roses.I adapted my rose pattern from Virginia Nathanson's cabbage rose in The Art of Making Bead Flowers and Bouquets (reissued by Dover). Virginia's rose is enormous, 7 in. (18cm) across, and takes at least three full hanks of beads. Mine is about 3 1/2 in...

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