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Free Netting Bead Patterns (7/9/2014)

2014 July 9

Netting is a fun, easy stitch to learn and great for beginners. You can use the same bead count, but different beads and get a totally different look, from fun or casual to elegant or stunning. It works up fast, also. Next time you make a pendant or have an art bead, make a netted rope to set it off.

Netted Bead Cord Tutorial

Netted Bead Cord Tutorial

Netted Bead Cord Tutorial

http://iwannagoout.wordpress.com Mon, 04 Nov 2013 04:33:17 GMT

For me, there are few chord patterns that turn out as stunning as a netted pattern.  This is not a new pattern in any sense of the word.  There are many tutorials already available.  So why do another.  Simple.  It took me an hour to determine for a 4mm Swarovski bicone what beads create the best net.  So here is what I decided, and the outcome.  This can make a beautiful necklace or bracelet.

4 Free Beaded Netting Projects

http://www.beadingdaily.com Mon, 12 May 2014 06:00:00 GMT

Beaded netting is a favorite bead-weaving technique of mine. Why, you might ask? Well, for starters, it’s incredibly easy to learn, but creates simply stunning finished projects. Beaded netting can be used with any kind of bead you happen to have handy — it works well with different sizes of seed beads, as well as gemstone rounds, gemstone chips, 2-hole seed beads, Czech glass spikes and gumdrops, metal beads, pearls, crystals…

Triangle Weave

Triangle Weave

Triangle Weave

http://inspirationalbeading.blogspot.com Tue, 01 Jul 2014 15:44:00 GMT

Just like RAW, triangle weave uses a lot of thread, and requires multiple passes through each bead or segment. It also incorporates a looping thread path, but with three segments per grouping, instead of four. For this tutorial, I’ve used 4 seed beads for each segment, alternating from blue to yellow for clarity.

Netting with The Pip™ Collection!

http://kerrieslade.blogspot.com Fri, 04 Jul 2014 10:26:00 GMT

When I was all Kumihimo’d out I started experimenting with how easy it would be to use this petal shaped bead to make beaded flowers and I am happy to give the Pip bead a big tick on this front too. Just six beads connected into a circle gives you a simple flower which you can use alone or to decorate other finished beadwork. I scattered brilliant blue Pip flowers on a silver netted base to create my next piece.

DIY Beaded Bottle and Pot Necklaces

DIY Beaded Bottle and Pot Necklaces

DIY Beaded Bottle and Pot Necklaces

http://www.ilovetocraft.com Tue, 27 May 2014 13:34:41 GMT

If you thought beads were only used to make jewelry, think again. If you can string a few gems on a piece of thread you can create this beautiful netting. Because the design works up and down the object, you need to decide in advance how many diamond sections long you want it to be. The original length will shorten as the beading progresses. You may need to increase the amount of beads in the sequence as you work down the shape to accommodate its width.

DIY Netting Stitch

http://handmade-jewelry-club.com Fri, 06 Dec 2013 08:00:00 GMT

Netting Stitch is a fast way to build up a beadwork, especially if you’re making a beaded necklace because you can string several beads at a time.  With 2 types of Netting Stitch, horizontal and vertical netting stitching technique is suitable for beginners and beadweaving is easy to follow.

How to Make a Tubular Netting Stitch Bead Bracelet

In this video, you will learn how to make a tubular netting stitch bead bracelet. We are sure you will love it! Followed is the detailed instruction.

How to Bead Weave Tubular Netting

In this video see how to bead weave 3-bead tubular netting and then how to taper the end. Great technique for making necklace…

How to Do Horizontal Netting Stitch in Bead Weaving

In this video, learn how to do 5 bead flat horizontal netting stitch bead weaving.

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