Free Herringbone Bead Patterns (1/27/2014)
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This fun beading pattern will easily teach you how to make a beautiful twisted herringbone necklace or bracelet! With over 50 high resolution full color photos and easy to follow step by step directions, you’ll have the perfect new beading project to dive into!
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Herringbone stitch goes way beyond just making gorgeous twisted ropes — it also makes beautiful, organic-looking beaded flowers! Have fun playing with the subtle twists and turns of the twisted herringbone strap for this beaded necklace. The range in sizes of seed beads used makes it feel like a ribbon when you wear it.
http://inspirationalbeading.blogspot.com Wed, 16 Jun 2010 17:04:00 GMT
Adding bridges to flat Ndebele weave is one of my favorite basic embellishments. It’s easy to do, and incredibly versatile, because you can use it with all kinds of beads. Even beads that aren’t always suitable for bead weaving, like bugles and crystals, are perfect for adding to a herringbone bridge.
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Tubular herringbone usually starts from a ladder of beads formed into a ring, though it can also begin with a simple ring of beads. In either case, begin with an even number of beads. Once you get started, you can choose to make the ribs straight or twisted.
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With this technique, the twists in the herringbone rope start to show up after just a couple of rounds, and the variations that can be made using different sizes of seed beads in different combinations are just about endless. Ready to add a little twist to your next beaded pendant or beaded necklace making project? Check out a few ideas and tips for stitching up some fun twisted herringbone beaded ropes!
http://inspirationalbeading.blogspot.com Wed, 22 May 2013 18:35:00 GMT
Recently a reader asked about my finishing technique for herringbone ropes. I use tubular herringbone for necklace and bracelets quite often, and with a metal-free approach, adding clasps requires a little extra stitching. This is the most common technique that I use to finish a rope with a smooth transition to a button or toggle clasp.
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Instructional video on how to use Two-Drop Herringbone techniques using Czech Seed Beads. Instructed by Leslie Rogalski, as seen on Beads, Baubles and Jewels…
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