Free Bead Embroidery Tutorials (6/23/2014)
I really admire the bead embroidered projects I’ve seen, whether it’s from famous bead embroidery artists like Sherri Serafini or Heidi Kummli, or local artists and beaders. It takes a lost of planning and patience. I have done several pieces, but I cannot keep myself from cramming in as many beads as possible. See if you have better luck with these patterns.
http://www.beading-arts.com Mon, 09 Jun 2014 12:00:00 GMT
My friend Julie suggested the name Tidal Pool for this bracelet, and I think that’s perfect since it’s decorated with pearls and features an ocean jasper stone focal! I show you how to design with your Shibori ribbon and stitch it into place to create a cuff bracelet. We’ll look at some of the embellishment possibilities that exist with this fascinating material!
http://www.beadingdaily.com Fri, 08 Mar 2013 08:00:00 GMT
On the surface, bead embroidery really is very simple — just a couple of easy bead stitching techniques. But once you’ve mastered the basics, you can use bead embroidery to create astoundingly complex pieces of beaded jewelry! Today’s guest blogger, Cyndi Lavin, is no stranger to astoundingly complex — and beautiful — bead embroidery. Read on to find out what inspires her to create, and how she wants to inspire creativity in others who share her passion for beads.
http://www.beadingdaily.com Mon, 05 Mar 2012 06:00:00 GMT
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?
http://ellad2.com Sun, 22 Jan 2012 22:05:54 GMT
This gorgeous bead embroidered cuff is bead embroidered around a unique vintage focal with zebra image. Cuff is made with Miyuki Japanese seed beads in bronze, mat black and shiny black color. The inside of the bead embroidered cuff is lined with black Ultra suede. Trimmed with bronze and mat black Japanese seed beads.
http://thecrimsonmoon.wordpress.com Sat, 16 Feb 2013 13:30:21 GMT
n my new Eye Pendant tutorial I show how to encase a cabochon with beads using peyote stitch. But another way to secure the cabochon is to use two rows of a simple bead embroidery technique called back stitch. Below is an excerpt from my Black Eyed Susan tutorial which shows how to do this, although for the glass eye cabochons I would suggest using size 8 beads for the base row and size 11 for the upper row to give a little more height.
http://craftside.typepad.com Wed, 05 Feb 2014 14:44:12 GMT
As I continue this week of craft projects perfect for Valentine’s Day, this bead embroidery pattern from the book How to Make 100 Bead Embroidery Motifs would be prefect to dress up a special outfit or add a personal touch to a gift.
Going to glue my carnelian cabochon on. Further done with wings.
Beaded embroidery bracelet Nenet. Made of seed beads, daggers, bugles, pearls and other beads. I used real leather on the backside and a silver-plated magnetic…
In this video, learn the basic technique for a free form method of bead embroidery that can be used to fill in any number of…
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