Free Bead Embroidery Tutorials (9/25/2013)
http://handmade-jewelry-club.comMon, 22 Jul 2013 09:00:56 GMT
Gail Nettles is the diva behind Beaded Jewelry Diva. She’s a is a “certified bead-a-holic”, as well as a jewelry designer, instructor and crafter. Indeed, a DIVA all rolled into one! Gail got her start with handmade jewelry in the 1990s, and has worked with multiple techniques such as lampwork, wire work, metalsmithing, polymer clay, beading (in all its glorious forms), chain maille and multimedia.
http://beadlust.blogspot.comThu, 20 May 2010 09:11:00 GMT
After five print runs of this book, I decided to retire it in bound form and instead make it available to you through the internet (pdf format). I love knowing that many more creative souls will have access to it! You can read it on line by scrolling through the pages. Also, you are welcome to print it. The margins are wide enough so that you can punch holes and keep it in a 3-ring binder. Please respect my still-active copyright and print this file only for your own, personal use
http://www.beadingdaily.comMon, 05 Mar 2012 06:00:00 GMT
The first time I tried to use cabochons in my bead embroidery, I just glued them to the bead embroidery backing and started stitching around them. Those cabochons started to peel right off the bead embroidery backing after just a couple of days and the whole piece was pretty much ruined. After that, I learned how to stitch a peyote bezel around my cabochons to hold them securely in place, and I’ve been thrilled with the results ever since.
http://artjewelryelements.blogspot.comMon, 02 Sep 2013 12:00:00 GMT
A few years ago I dabbled in bead embroidery…for about 5 seconds. I think I started two projects but never completed either of them. A few weeks prior to Bead Fest, the bead embroidery bug bit me again. This time I see in a new light, as a way to embellish my own ceramic work.
http://www.beading-arts.comTue, 09 Aug 2011 12:00:00 GMT
Bead embroidery tutorials from the archives: Free e-book on bead embroidery stitches, bead embroidery techniques, treasure chest: a basic bead embroidered project, bead embroidered cuff, simple cuff bracelet, bead embroidered assemblage, a wrapped paua necklace, beaded cabochon pendants and floral bead embroidered necklace
http://beadwright.blogspot.comThu, 18 Apr 2013 00:56:00 GMT
“How do I layer my flatwork pieces?” Well I have been doing this technique for over 20 years. I have had this technique published in several magazines and in my own book, “FlatWork” I have kits that show the technique and I teach this in my beading classes. The process I use is so easy. You can make your focal bead as tall as you like.
This tutorial from The Potomac Bead Company gives you an introduction to bead embroidery, by bezel setting a cabochon using seed beads and Lacy’s Stiff Stuff…
http://www.beadaholique.com/yt – In this tutorial learn how to attach assorted embellishments to a focal piece in bead weaving and bead embroidery. This is a…
http://www.beadaholique.com/yt – Learn how to add a decorative picot edge to bead embroidery. This finishing touch hides the area where you foundation and ba…
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