Free Tila Bead and Czechmate Tile Jewelry Patterns (3/12/2014)
There is nothing better than new shapes of beads. Yes, all those round beads are great, and we love the little tubes we call Delicas, but all the new shapes of beads have excited the beading world. All sorts of new patterns have resulted from these new shapes. Tilas and Tiles were the first ones to come out and now they have so many great colors. If you have resisted the new shapes, do yourself a favor and try one of these patterns. It might just rock your (bead) world!!
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While round seed beads are fun to work with – they are versatile and offer a uniform look to most jewelry pieces – sometimes it’s nice to try out different shapes and sizes to get pieces that are unique and more intricate looking. One such bracelet is the Tila Token bracelet by Marcia Balonis that was featured in the June 2012 issue of Bead & Button Magazine Bead & Button Magazine. When I started working on this bracelet I went by the material list that came with the pattern.
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which I mentioned in my blog from last week. This Friday’s challenge is to “Double up and design with fun and funky two-hole beads.” All these new two-hole beads are great fun! Here are several two-hole bead projects from our archives if you need help choosing something to make.
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This is the first example made with the new Half Tilas. They’re perfect for this pattern, especially since I haven’t come up with many ideas for ways to use them yet. I ordered some in four nice colors and just received them a few days ago.
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Free pattern for beaded necklace Green. U need: tila beads. bicone beads 4 mm. bicone beads 6 mm. seed beads 11/0.
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This pretty little necklace pattern is based on an older free design that has been around on the internet for awhile and using bugle beads. I have no idea were the original pattern originated. Of course I have changed the pattern to work up faster and easier. Also decided to use Tila beads instead of bugle beads.
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Do you enjoy patterns that require two hole tile beads, such as Miyuki Tilas? I recommend using what I consider the better tile bead. My latest, royalty free tile bead pattern is now available for download! With this fun, elegant pattern you will learn time saving techniques that help you work with CzechMate Tile beads in configurations never thought possible.
Tutorial on how to make a beaded ring in caterpillar style.
Leslie Rogalski demonstrates how to create Tubular Peyote stitch using Miyuki Tila Bead.
Tutorial on how to make a Bollywood inspired bracelet.