Free Bead Crochet Tutorials (12/8/2014)
I have yet to try Bead Crochet, but I like the way it looks. Bead stringing and beadweaving is what I do mostly. I have done some Kumihimo and I used to dabble in wire and metal. But the whole knitting and crochet area has passed me by. Maybe someday. But if you do Bead Crochet, here are some cute patterns.
http://thesequinturtle.blogspot.com/ Sun, 15 Jun 2014 11:01:00 -0700
I made this necklace last week while trying out a new crochet skill – beaded crochet. If you can make a chain stitch and count to 30, you can make this necklace! It’s easy, but takes a little bit of patience. This necklace is lightweight and perfect for warm summer weather – you’ll forget you’re even wearing it!
http://www.beadinggem.com/ Thu, 05 Apr 2012 04:00:00 -0700
Fun crochet fruit pendants and key chain charms, arigurumi style! These tutorial designs are quick to do and what’s more, they use up scrap yarn! Make several kinds and you will also have a cute bowl of miniature yarn fruit!
You can also experiment with finer yarn or crochet thread and smaller hook sizes for reduced fruit sizes if you prefer smaller pendants.
http://www.1dogwoof.com/ Wed, 03 Apr 2013 17:50:00 -0700
I have gotten a few requests to put up a pattern for the crocheted beaded friendship bracelets I posted about a while back. I wasn’t sure about the implications of posting something that I figured out from staring at Etsy photos, but after some thought, I don’t think that’s too different than staring at Pinterest photos and doing your own spin on things. Plus, being vague about the general concept of the bracelet didn’t seem to work, so I’m over the guilt, but I’ll let you know if the patent police come after me.
http://hookingheaven.blogspot.com/ Wed, 12 Oct 2011 04:19:00 -0700
If you haven’t crocheted before there are lots of basic tutorials on YouTube. All you need to know for my patterns is how to make a chain stitch and a double crochet stitch (single crochet in US).
The pattern for the beaded trimming that I use is my own and it is more of a suggestion than a hard and fast pattern. I have used 6mm Czech faceted beads for the Bat candle and size 6 seed beads on the Angel candle. The yarn I use is 4 ply cotton with a 2.5mm crochet hook. The amount of beads you will use depends on the width of the candle and your hook size.
http://www.crochetspot.com/ Nov 2012
Sometimes, all it takes to dress up an outfit is a little bit of jewelry, and these beaded earrings do the job without going over the top. They’re pretty simple and quick to make, so even novice crocheters can whip them up.
http://www.makeandtakes.com/ Feb 2014
I’ve shared how to crochet a chain stitch snake with a hook which is also a fun and super simple project. But we thought we’d switch it up a little by changing our technique, using a finger crochet method. My sweet daughter Lucy has shown us how to finger crochet before. Follow this video tutorial to help make this snake.
During the first few rounds of tubular bead crochet the bracelet or necklace loses its shape due to the weight of the beads onto the thin crochet thread In this tutorial, I demonstrate an…
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This video is my first tutorial video on how to crochet beads on wire to make a beautiful necklace. The beads are a combination of glass and plastic, and the…