Beginner S Guide To Beadweaving

Author: Diana Rehfield
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ISBN: 9781545107584
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Beginner's Guide to Beadweaving has everything you need to get started beading with seed beads. Step-by-step photographs take you from start to finish on beautiful projects. You can build your confidence and fill your jewelry box at the same time! This is the book beginners need to get started and other beaders will want for reference to help answer all those beady questions and build skills for peyote, brick, square, and herringbone stitch. If you need more help, kits for the projects are available at kitsbydiana.com so you can easily explore the fun, excitement, and joy of beading. If you are an experienced beader looking back over your bead journey, this is the book you wish you would have had to get started! (Second Edition)

Beginner S Guide To Beadwork

Author: Madeleine Rollason
Publisher: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781903975398
Size: 49.28 MB
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Stringing, stitching, netting, weaving and fringing are all covered and as each technique is explored, you will learn how to make earrings, necklaces, bracelets, bags, purses, wallhangings and more. Skills are cleverly built up through a sequence of practical, inspiring projects which are designed to increase confidence and to be enjoyed. Once you have worked through the basics, this informative and delightful book will enable you to create your own beautiful designs and it will not only appeal to beginners, but to anyone interested in beads and beadwork.

Beading

Author: Diana Vowles
Publisher: Design Originals
ISBN: 9781574215038
Size: 16.17 MB
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This practical review of bead jewelry making techniques offers straightforward instructions and clear step-by-step diagrams. 3 simple practice projects are provided for making a pair of earrings, a simple necklace, and fringing a scarf, plus a guide to weaving beads on a loom.

Beaded Earrings

Author: Heather Kingsley-Heath
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ISBN: 9780954367237
Size: 25.23 MB
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Creative Bead Weaving

Author: Carol Wilcox Wells
Publisher: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781579900809
Size: 14.55 MB
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This book shows how to go beyond the basics of beading to create three-dimensional objects such as bowls, baskets, and figures, as well as jewelry and accessories. Full instructions for 20 projects are included. 400 illustrations, 150 in color.

Beginner S Guide To Bead Netting

Author: Madeleine Rollason
Publisher: Search PressLtd
ISBN: 9781844481101
Size: 39.48 MB
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In this colorful and inspiring book, Madeleine Rollason shows you how to produce beautiful and imaginative designs using bead netting. All the stitches and basic techniques are explained using clear, step-by-step photographs, and the eight easy-to-follow projects enable you to put your skills into practice and make gorgeous purses, jewellery and other items of your own.

The Absolute Beginners Guide Making Metal Clay Jewelry

Author: Cindy Thomas Pankopf
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871167654
Size: 16.81 MB
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Anyone who has ever wanted to give metal clay a try will enjoy this third book in the popular Absolute Beginners Guide series. The first book in this series, Stringing Beaded Jewelry, won the 2010 IPPY award. Making Metal Clay Jewelry follows the same signature format as its predecessors, positioning readers to learn by doing as they take on simple metal clay jewelry projects that gradually increase in difficulty level. Now is a perfect time to introduce readers to metal clay with this signature series that focuses on positive results.

Creative Beading Vol 6

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Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871164191
Size: 56.12 MB
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This volume of Creative Beading includes more than 75 projects to inspire beaders. Each of the book’s three sections, stitching, wirework, and miscellaneous, contains a wealth of editor-tested projects, and includes a range of stringing, wirework, and bead crochet projects in addition to the fantastic stitching projects for which Bead&Button magazine is known. This book also includes thorough sections on basics, tools, and materials, making getting organized easy for readers.

Learn To Use Two Hole Beads With 20 Fabulous Projects

Author: Teresa Morse
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 9781627003759
Size: 41.60 MB
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"Learn to use two-hole beads. These lovely little oval two-heads have added a new dimension to bead weaving, allowing the beader to create new shapes, textures, and styles, often combined with or adapted to well-known traditional beading methods. Leading beadwork teacher Teresa Morse has crated more than 20 beautiful projectts specially for this book. The instructions are comprehensive and clear, featuring photographs of each project in various stages of completion (just as it will appear to the beader), with additional technique panels where needed. From simple earrings to dramatic necklaces, there are projects to suit all tastes and budgets, so take your pick and start duo beading!"--Back cover.

Stitch Workshop Right Angle Weave

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Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871167670
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Right-Angle Weave follows Peyote Stitch as the second title in the Stitch Workshop series. In Right-Angle Weave, readers will find over 25 Bead&Button projects using this stitch characterized by repeating small squares. Along with detailed step-by-step directions, the basics section in this book is expanded to give readers a more thorough understanding of the stitch, including background and history. Readers also see that right-angle weave can take on different looks depending on bead size. With small beads, the stitch looks like fabric. With larger beads, the look becomes more geometric. This of course makes the stitch incredibly versatile.