Free Bead Embroidery Tutorials (4/9/2014)
Bead embroidery can be a little intimidating, but it’s not as hard as it looks. Don’t be afraid to try it, and make sure you take a class with a good instructor. Two national teachers I’ve taken great classes with are Sherry Serafini and Hannah Rosner. They both gave me the fundamentals, along with a lot of creative ideas. Every teacher you take will always give you some tips and techniques that you won’t get from another teacher, so it’s always helpful to take different teachers for the same technique.
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Cut out a picture to fit inside of a bottle cap. Fill the cap with a thin layer of Diamond Glaze, Liquid Glass, or resin. When nearly dry, place picture inside and cover with a thin layer of the same glaze. Let it dry. Trace around the bracelet blank to create an outer edge on one piece of ultrasuede. Secure the bottle cap cabochon to the fabric with E6000. When it has dried, begin to stitch around it.
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You’ve seen some of my bead embroidery, and you’ve probably also seen more in magazines and videos. Maybe you’ve thought about trying it, but you weren’t sure what you should use when actually doing the embroidery. Quite simply, the beading foundation (backing)is what you actually embroider your beads upon. You sew upon it, stitching the beads in place. That’s all it really is, but what do you use?
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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. If you stitch your bezel correctly, there’s no way that cabochon is going to pop out of your bead embroidery. Ready to try a peyote stitch bezel for your bead embroidered cabochons? Here’s a tutorial with helpful tips and hints.
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For this cuff, I made a polymer clay cabochon by myself. I was really enjoying and I love it. It reminds me on silky waves. Ultrasuede around over the aluminium cuff base (this is a link to Sandra Dokter web site, where I bought aluminium cuff bases), Japanese glass seed bead, round glass beads… Soon, I will put this beauty in my shop for embroidered jewelry… Happy beading!
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I have made another of the lovely pincushions. I extremely like making them. I don’t know if it will suit because it is not jewellery. The colours are blue, gold, green and purple. I have used 12 kinds of seed beads, some sequins and some glass beads.
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But that doesn’t mean we don’t like watching snowflakes fall – as long as they melt as soon as they hit the ground. Over at Craftside, check out a tutorial for a bead embroidery snowflake that will be simple to create and add to ornaments or other crafts. The tutorial is from the book How to Make 100 Bead Embroidery Motifs: Inspiration and Instructions for Plant, Animal, Abstract, and Icon Designs.
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Kelly from Off the Beaded Path, in Forest City, North Carolina shows you how to make a bead embroidered ring. Kelly also has written patterns and kits availa…
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