Free Spiral Rope Seed Bead Patterns (5/7/2014)
Spiral rope is one of my favorite stitches. While there are many spiral techniques, the basic spiral stitch is one of the most versatile. By just changing the beads shape, size and/or color, you can create something that looks totally different. It works up fast and compliments many types of pendants. Try one today!
http://www.beadinggem.com Thu, 15 Jan 2009 23:30:00 GMT
There are four types of spiral bead stitches and here are the corresponding free tutorials I found. The first two are video tutorials. The basic spiral rope one is by Teresa of TCBeads which I recommend for beginners. Karla, the instructor from Aunties Beads.com shows the second type, the flat spiral which is also very easy.
http://larkcrafts.com Wed, 18 Jul 2012 20:02:59 GMT
For beaders, at least, and other people of discerning wit and wisdom, Jill Wiseman’s Beautiful Beaded Ropes has been one of 2012′s most anticipated book releases. We’re pleased to present two projects from the book for you to download as PDFs, so you can get a good sampling of what’s in store for you and all your beady friends.
http://larkcrafts.com Fri, 24 Sep 2010 21:00:35 GMT
As this week’s beading bonus, I selected the Helixa Necklace from Sarah McConnell’s One Big Beautiful Bead. I just love the elegant rope made with a Russian spiral technique–it’s something I’d like to try my hand at.
http://daxdesigns.blogspot.com Fri, 05 Mar 2010 01:03:00 GMT
Spirals are on my mind. I am in the midst of beading my second Cellini spiral necklace. The first remains unfinished because in typical fashion I have run out of one of the burgundy beads (see photo) I was using to create it. Despite that minor set back I have found it very satisfying beading the changing shapes and colours of the Cellini spiral.
http://lulagracejewelry.wordpress.com Fri, 04 Jan 2013 06:37:06 GMT
I had tried this technique before, without much luck. Since I am still on Christmas holidays, I decided to try again. I have to say that this time, things worked out much better than I had expected. I like beadaholique videos because I find that they are the easiest to follow and understand. So after watching the video about 6 times, while stopping and starting as I went, I think I got the main idea.
http://www.theheartbeading.com Thu, 25 Jul 2013 04:46:00 GMT
That’s my last creation! It’s a very simple pattern: the spiral rope. I’m finishing the video tutorial for it. The materials I used are seed beads sizes 8/0, 11/0, and 15/0; bicone crystals 4mm; drop beads 8x12mm; C-lon thread, size D.
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