The Quetzal's tail

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Meld the Ecuadorian lace beading technique with daisy chain for a necklace as unique as its inspiration – a tropical bird.
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Found in the tropical forests of Central America, the Resplendent Quetzal is a brightly colored bird with a knack for accessorizing: During mating season, males grow a pair of trailing tail feathers. This stitch, aptly based on the Ecuadorian lace technique and crossed with daisy chain, creates bright plumage perfect for capturing a tagua nut ring. Designed by Sue Sloan.
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