Netting Bead Patterns (9/22/2014)
And I’m back!! Feeling much better and relatively caught up with my life. Today, I gathered some great netting bead patterns. Netting is a great stitch to start with – it’s very easy to follow instructions and easily change the look using only the beads you have on hand. Have fun!
http://www.squidoo.com/topics/arts-and-design Thu, 02 May 2013 06:32:34 -0700
This beaded necklace looks intricate, but it is extremely easy to make. Although it looks luxe, the necklace is also inexpensive to make, since all you need are seed beads, thread and a beading needle. It is beaded using a simple netting stitch, which is common in Ukrainian and Russian beading. If you’re new to netting, this is a good project to get you started.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/ Thu, 24 Jul 2014 23:00:00 -0700
What’s not to love about bead netting? This open-weave beading stitch creates a flexible, supple beaded fabric that can be used to create beaded jewelry in so many ways! Whether you want to make a strong beaded rope using netted beadwork, or a series of intricate beaded components using circular netting, there are dozens of ways to innovate using a simple netting stitch for your beaded jewelry designs.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/ Sun, 11 May 2014 23:00:00 -0700
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…
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Just like with peyote and right angle weave, netting is a versatile stitch that seems complicated but is actually quite simple. It’s a good stitch to have under your belt, and even the simplest version can be used to create a pretty lacy collar or a sparkly bead-draped Christmas ornament.
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For me, there are few cord 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.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/media/tags/Interweave+Free+Beading+Project/default.aspx Wed, 13 Nov 2013 07:55:09 -0800
The open lacework of beaded netting adapts easily to odd shapes, making it a great technique for covering an object with beads. Drape a spherical ornament with circular fl at netting. Make a beaded bead or cover strung beads with tubular netting. Begin a bottle cover with a flat circular net at the neck, then work the sides with tubular netting. A single “net” is made up of one intersection bead between two legs of beads. To make a flat net, you must increase the length of the legs on each round; for a tube, the legs are the same length in every round.
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