Free Seed Bead Bracelet Patterns (4/2/2014)
Seed bead bracelets can be very satisfying to make as they are usually quicker than necklaces. They also make great gifts. With so many new bead types out (2-hole, O beads, peanuts, etc., there are tons and tons of seed bead bracelet patterns on the Internet. Here are some great ones I found:
http://eridhan.blogspot.com Wed, 26 Mar 2014 16:21:00 GMT
Just as I promised yesterday, I’ve got for you the free tutorial for a beaded bracelet. “Simplicity” is yours now. You will need 6mm round beads, SuperDuo beads, 4mm fire polished beads, 8/o seed beads (2 pcs), 11/o seed beads, beading thread, size 10, 2 x metal jump rings (optional), a clasp of your choice… The exact number of beads depends on your individual desired length.
http://www.beadingdaily.com Wed, 05 Mar 2014 07:00:00 GMT
So, I’ve got a half dozen colors of the new O-beads sitting on my bead board, and a handful of round glass druks, and I need an idea for a bracelet making project. Up until now, I’ve only ever used the O-beads as embellishments for bead embroidery, but I’ve been positively drooling over the bead-weaving projects I’ve seen being made with them. To test the waters and see what it’s like to use these new shaped beads, I turn to my favorite bracelet making technique: right-angle weave!
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Since the arrival of our new Super Duo beads we have been on the hunt for exciting ways to use them. Super Duo’s are big business in America and the UK has a lot of catching up to, but lucky for us, there are now hundreds of beginner’s projects to be found online; leaving no excuse for you not to have a go.
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It’s been a while since I posted any type of DIY accessory tutorial. My creative juices weren’t flowing for quite some time, and I’ve learned to not force something that isn’t there. So I sat on these pretty matte and pearl beads for awhile before I figured out what to do with them. And actually it was Taylor that helped get me a bit motivated, asking to make bracelets with me this past weekend. So I got out my beads and we set to work. These are rather very simple little bracelets, but there’s something about how understated they are that I really enjoy. Sort of a backlash to the over-the-top arm parties we’ve been sporting lately. These little pretties just sit there and say “I don’t have to be anything other than my dainty self.”
http://www.beadingdaily.com Wed, 12 Mar 2014 06:00:00 GMT
Beaded bangle bracelets are a cinch to size when you use a brick stitch base! Using basic brick stitch with large beads (size 8 or size 6) let you make a substantial-feeling bangle bracelet that will fit you like a glove. Want to try this fast, easy, and super-cute brick stitch bangle bracelet beading project? Have fun!
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In this handmade design, I would like to show you how to make a right angle weave bracelet using Acrylic beads and seed beads. Hope you have fun here!
This video from The Potomac Bead Company is one of our new designs, using 20SS Preciosa Rose Montee Crystals, SuperDuos, 2 colors of 8/0 Miyuki seed beads, c…
This video will show you how to make a bracelet to match the Spring Ruffle Necklace, it is cute as a stand alone piece too. it uses the same netting stitch a…
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