Free Herringbone Bead Patterns (10/29/2014)
Today I focused on tubular Herringbone ropes, also know as Ndebele. When flat, it is Herringbone. Tubular Herringbone is a great way to make a chain to show off a focal bead or pendant, whether an art bead, beadwoven or bead embroidery. Just use some of your leftover beads and work them in for a matching look.
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How to make a herringbone chain with Twin beads. I learned how to start this through a pin with only photos to represent how to make the chain…You will need about 2 grams of twin beads per inch. I estimated this based on the 6 inches I got out of a 12 gram culled package. Size 11/0 beads will also work, but more thread will most likely show. Made with superduos, more thread also shows.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/ Oct 24
For most of us, our introduction to beaded ropes came by way of making tubular versions of our favorite off-loom bead-weaving stitches, or by creating a classic spiral rope. There’s something incredible about watching a few rounds of bead stitching turn into a fabulous beaded rope.
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Autumn seems to be coming early where I live and that feeling inspired my choice of bronze and forest green beads in this spiral tubular herringbone bangle. There is a rich, warm feeling to the color combination, perfect for a fall day.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/ Jul 21
Ever since I made my first spiral rope, I’ve loved to make beaded ropes out of seed beads and my favorite off-loom bead-weaving stitches, and with the new TierraCast Maker’s Collection of cord and rope ends with coordinating clasps, I was inspired to start stitching some new beaded ropes.
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I came up with this design at a playday at my dear friend Ann’s house, where I need to work on quick, easy projects or I don’t get anything done in the creative melee that occurs there monthly. NOT complaining; it’s just that some projects are better left to quite time in the studio. We were nearing the end of the day and I was sorting through some beads and came across some 12mm bugles I had in my stash.
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This could also be made as a bangle without the large beads but if you are making it with a clasp the stopper I use is a rubber earring back…great for holding things onto headpins until you’re ready to finish. The working tube is just a cord or a dowel or a piece of tubing that is removed once you’ve finished beading. In this case it stops the headpin falling into the tube of herringbone
A tutorial on how to make this tubular bicone bracelet. I initially called it a barber pole bracelet because the first one I made looked like one.
Left-handed tutorial for Tubular herringbone bracelet and the Twisted tubular herringbone stitch. In this video I made a bracelet combining both stitches…
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