Free Beadweaving Tutorials (10/31/2014)
I have a bunch of odds and ends for you today. Quick, small projects like rings and earrings. I’ve already fetched and translated the earrings you see next to the “Beautiful Beaded Earrings Tutorials”. I’m going to try and make those ASAP. It’s nice sometimes to do several small things instead of one large project. Feels like you get more done.
http://www.instructables.com/index Fri, 26 Oct 2012 19:26:15 -0700
Just wanted to show you what you can do with my daisy beaded bead weaving pattern. I like to design jewelries that you can use in various ways. Create several pieces, link them together and create a bracelet and necklace. With just one daisy beaded bead, not only you can create a ring but you can also create an earring or a pendant.
http://julsbeads.blogspot.com/ Thu, 25 Feb 2010 06:37:00 -0800
There are some things I do differently now. The ones that come to mind are: I use heavy duty double sided tape to attach everything. I attach cabs for bead embroidery only as I am working on each one so that just the right amout of space is left to cover with seeds. I only use fireline for bead weaving. I use Lacy’s Stiff Stuff (LSS) for the actual embroidery work & back with ultrasuede/upcycled leather. No more wrapping beads to attach the backing to LSS.
http://www.beadinggem.com/ Mon, 12 Aug 2013 05:00:00 -0700
There is something satisfying making beaded earrings. They are fast projects for quick gratification! So here are some tutorials to get you going – some are more challenging than others. This first one is the Starburst earrings tutorial by Deborah Roberti over at Around the Beading Table.
http://www.beadinggem.com/ Wed, 21 Nov 2012 05:00:00 -0800
One of the first bead weaving stitches I learned was the spiral rope. It is easy to do yet looks “complicated”! I’ve linked to spiral rope tutorials before (see below) but here are some variations which will surely please those of you who like this stitch.
http://handmadecuties.blogspot.com/ Sat, 18 Oct 2014 02:13:00 -0700
Those who are familiar with bead weaving (ladder stitch and increasing/decreasing brick or peyote stitches) will have fun creating these beaded designs. Those with little or no experience may struggle a bit (or a lot). If you are new to bead weaving, you may want to practice with my free patterns first. You can also go to my YouTube channel, Bead Crumbs Designs, for tips and freebies.
http://www.instructables.com/member/kristopherro614/ Wed, 31 Jan 2001 16:00:00 -0800
Many Native American and other heritages are rich with fine woven beadwork. This tutorial teaches a stitch called Brickstitch, which can be used to make everything from these earrings to more elaborate shapes. Start by practicing these instructions, and soon you’ll be able to make so many beautiful beaded items.
Learn how to make Peyote stitch – easy instructions for beginner or advanced level, tips on how to hold your beadwork to keep your stitch straight.