Free Seed Bead Patterns (12/10/2014)
Seed beads, Seed Beads, SEED BEADS! Just can’t get enough of them. There is always a new shape, size or color to buy. Then there are the ones we accidentally buy over and over and over because we love them and forget we already have 5 tubes of them. Let’s use some of those seed beads today with these patterns and tutorials.
http://atrapasueno.wordpress.com/ Sun, 16 Nov 2014 14:24:07 -0800
I’m really getting into the holidays already. I’m all about anything Christmas, holiday, snow, winter themed. I came across this great tutorial on Pinterest for beading stars and after making a few, I thought I would try my hand at making a snowflake version. You will need scissors, thread, beading needle and seed beads (I use size 11, but you can use any size).
http://handmade-jewelry-club.com/ Wed, 13 Mar 2013 00:18:45 -0700
Seed beads may be so tiny and compared to crystals, pearls and other materials they are the cheapest but they very, very useful materials. You can incorporate them on any design and combine with different materials. They can even be the sole material and design for handmade jewelries. Take a look at some of these beaded bracelets using only seed beads.
http://bead-tutorial.livejournal.com/ Fri, 13 Apr 2012 05:19:27 -0700
Tutorial : Rikku, Level : Beginner, Rikku is a game character from Final Fantasy X. Materials: – Pearl 3mm. – Pearl 4mm. – Pearl 6mm. – Crystal bicone 4mm. – Seed bead 11/0 – Nylon thread – Clasp and jumprings This bracelet is very easy. You just make many squares and connect them together.
http://handmade-jewelry-club.com/ Thu, 20 Nov 2014 01:00:54 -0800
Seed beads are small beads. Seed bead size tend to vary if they are not of top quality; so you may get less than the supposed amount in an inch. So if you want bigger seed beads, go for smaller numbers and vice versa. If you want your jewelry piece to be uniformed, go on ahead and get for yourself quality beads like, Miyuki, Dyna-Mites, or Czech seed beads, you will not regret investing in these!
http://www.fortheloveof.net/ May 2013
I’ve been holding onto these beads for months now, almost a year to be exact. I purchased them on this trip to the flea market…and have played around with them off and on a few times now, not quite getting the design or configuration to my liking. They’re gorgeous, very earthy feeling beads from Africa, so I wanted to really make something special out of them. So here’s the how-to for making an earthy beaded necklace.
http://handmadecuties.blogspot.com/ Sun, 24 Aug 2014 15:23:00 -0700
I’ve been asked to do a tutorial of the seed bead Pug design and I’ve finally gotten around to making a slideshow with the thread path so you can bead your own little dog. The original pug charm was stitched using the Peyote bead weaving method but this video shows it in the brick stitch method because I have supporting videos on YouTube to help you along in case you need a review of the basic stitches.
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