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Free Tila, Czechmates Tile and Brick Bead Jewelry Patterns (5/12/2014)

2014 May 12

 Tila, Half-Tilas, CzechMate Tiles and CzechMate Bricks make beading fun and interesting. The Tila beads hit the beading scene first, with lots of other tw0-hole beads following. I’m certainly not tired of them yet – and more fun patterns are here for you to try today:

Brique Bands

Brique Bands

New pattern using Czechmates bricks … Sat, 06 Jul 2013 02:25:00 GMT

This pattern is fully illustrated with detailed step-by-step instructions for two bands that use size 8 seed beads and either Czechmates brick beads (first and third bands in the photo) or Rulla beads (second and fourth bands in the photo). Because Rulla beads aren’t quite as wide as Czechmates brick beads, the seed beads sit closer together and may buckle a smidge.They certainly are pretty and fun to work with, though.

Free pattern for necklace with tila beads Sun, 23 Oct 2011 16:29:16 GMT

Make a pretty necklace with tila beads using our free pattern. U need tila beads, seed beads 11\0 and seed beads 15\0.

Bugles, Crystals, Tila's, Oh My Necklace

Bugles, Crystals, Tila's, Oh My Necklace

Bugles, Crystals, Tila’s, Oh My Necklace Fri, 14 Feb 2014 17:33:00 GMT

This necklace pattern is super easy to make. You will not believe how fast you can get this necklace finished. It is also beautiful and delicate. You can make it this afternoon and wear it to a party tonight.

Bricks and Tiles and Seed Beads, Oh My! Sun, 08 Sep 2013 01:05:00 GMT

This necklace uses both the tile and the brick to create a structured Art Deco design. Czech Fier-polished beads, 1.8 mm cubes, crystals, and seed beads complete the piece. I think any color combination would be fabulous in this design.Hopefully, you’ll be able to find the new Czechmates Brick in bead stores soon! Blessings and happy beading!

Toying with Tiles

Toying with Tiles

Playing with my beads… Fri, 02 May 2014 17:10:00 GMT

I think you can see that the beads you use can make a big difference in the outcome. I used some irregular Matsuno copper beads in the sample on the far left and the netting is all wonky. The sample on the far right looks pretty neat but the netting sticks up a little because the SuperDuo beads that I used are short and fat. The sample in the center is the best of the three because the SuperDuo beads are long and thin, I used good quality seed beads and I also used Nymo B thread, which is extra fine.

Meet the new Bricks, Rullas, Pyramids … Thu, 28 Mar 2013 02:50:00 GMT

I loved Jean Campbell’s post last week on the difference between Superduo and Twin beads so much that I thought I’d follow up this week with a few more of the new shaped beads. If you missed Jean’s in-depth look at two-hole seed beads, see her post here.

Tila Quilt Stitch Bracelet

This tutorial from The Potomac Bead Company teaches you how to make a tila quilt stitch bracelet. This pattern is based upon right angle weave, and uses your…

How to Bead Weave a Strip of 2-Hole Brick Beads – In this video, you will learn how to bead weave CzechMates 2-Hole Brick Beads into a strip using a combination of ladder and…

Make a Picot-Trimmed Tila Bracelet

Picot-trimmed tila bracelet tutorial from The Potomac Bead Company, which uses your choice of Miyuki’s Tila beads, and Miyuki’s seed beads in this beadweavin…

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