Free Peanut (Farfelle) Seed Bead Patterns (9/18/2013)
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Sandy Taylor taught a great new class in Right Angle Weave using the new Peanut Beads. This is a pattern designed by a friend of Sandy’s, Adele Kimpell, that we purchased for the students. It was a challenging class for those who bead ‘loose’. Of course, it was a great project for those ‘tight’ beaders. Below are two that Joy made. We’d like more patterns for these beads…
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Heather gifted me with a wonderful assortment of beads including one of her beautiful pendants, a few of her polymer swirly rondelles, Czech glass, freshwater pearls, some cool peanut seed beads, a few metal butterfly charms and a really snazzy flower clasp. I have to say that I really liked everything straight away and that this is soooooo my kind of palette.
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While the spring season is just around the corner, winter still lingers here in northern Virginia. I for one have decided to embrace the beauty of winter a little bit longer! One of my favorite aspects of the winter season is snow or more specifically, snowflakes. Amazing ice crystals that take on beautiful shapes, no two alike.
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The metallized beads I used for the bracelet base (see below) were fine to work with, and produced a bracelet that has substance and heft and a great feel on the wrist. The matte finish mauve beads were a whole other story. They did not play well with one another; the finish seemed to prevent the beads from sitting properly without being forced into place with each stitch.
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I was at White Fox Bead Studio the other day and the owner was working on a bracelet she was making out of the new peanut beads. I was struck by how the beads laid. So I bought some and started experimenting!
Here is a right angle weave video tutorial, for a pair of earrings. I have used peanut-style seed beads, as well as dagger beads. After you’re done watching,…
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