Free Beaded Beads Tutorials (11/10/2014)
Beaded beads can be a lot of fun and add a new dimension to your beadwork. Single ones make great pendants and earrings, or you can make a bunch and have an interesting bracelet or necklace. Great way to use up leftover beads, too. Have fun!!
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Today I’m sharing with you an extract from my Stargazer tutorial, showing how to make the beaded bead clasp which I hope you will find useful for other projects! These chunky beaded beads work brilliantly as a clasp for your beadwoven bracelets and necklaces or you can use them as they are for stringing with other beads.
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Although they can be worn alone, I designed them to be companion beads to go with large round beaded beads. My favorite look is when you add handmade lampwork glass beads, and string them simply on a piece of silk cord…
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This tutorial will be for a nice beaded ball (also called “soccer ball” because of its shape). The final result is a nice little ball that can be used as a pendant, connected together with other balls for a bracelet, or (as I used it) connected to a chain and ear wires …
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Just a few tips before we start…if this is your first time at making beaded beads you might find it easier to use a different colour for each row, as I have done, so that you can easily see which beads are on which row… Miyuki and Toho beads will give the best result…and wooden beads are best for the core as they grip better but you can use glass rounds or pearls at a pinch.
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This tutorial is designed to teach you cubic right angle weave with seed beads, including turning corners and joining ends to make a closed loop. You will also learn to embellish CRAW with seed bead, on straight-aways, and also around inside and outside corners. You can even use tiny bugle beads…
“Chain Gun” Beaded Bead Tutorial. A beaded bead made with ladder and brick stitch.
With this tutorial you going to learn how to make your own Pandora style beads.