Free Bead Crochet Tutorials (7/18/2014)
Bead crochet is a good way for “crocheters” to cross over into beading, and beaders to cross over to crocheting. You can use large beads, small beads, wire, lots of beads, only a few beads for accent, etc. The looks run the gamet from casual to elegant. Try something different…
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Bead Single Crochet: (bsc): Do a normal single crochet, except after you put your hook through the stitch in the previous row, pull a bead up to your hook and then yarn over using the crochet cotton thread on the far side of the bead. Then pull the loop through the stitch in the previous row. You will now have two loops on the hook and the bead will be looped against the piece. Yarn over and pull through both loops to complete the single crochet.
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The first thing you need to do is determine the length your bracelet should be. Do this by measuring your wrist, taking into account how tight or loose you want it to be. Whatever this measurement is take an inch off to allow for the clasp length.
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I made this necklace last week while trying out a new crochet skill – beaded crochet. If you can make a chain stitch and count to 30, you can make this necklace! It’s easy, but takes a little bit of patience. This necklace is lightweight and perfect for warm summer weather – you’ll forget you’re even wearing it!
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If you’ve never crocheted with wire before, this project is a nice introduction to the technique. It’s a reasonably quick project, and one of the easier wire crochet projects you’ll find available. You may also wish to take a look at this free wire and bead crochet tutorial, which is posted at freecrafts.info. The tutorial will show you how to make a beaded napkin ring with wire, and it’s also a good starter project for learning this technique.
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These are pretty little bracelets for summer and the braided version would be a perfect craft for kids and teens. However, my grown-up fingers got a little numb after braiding a number of these bracelets for my daughter, niece and myself. So, I modified the design a bit and came up with a crocheted version. If you can chain, you can easily complete this project in less than 10 minutes.
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This choker style necklace really lives up to its name, but experienced crocheters can easily adjust the size by adding more fans. It can also be lengthened by adding chain–crochet or otherwise.
Learn how to add two beads to each double crochet stitch in this informative video.