Free Bead Stringing Patterns (2/25/2015)
Most of us got our start beading with bead stringing. Eventually, you move on to beadweaving, metal work, wirework, etc. But I still love to string every now and then. If you haven’t learned bead stringing yet, here are some beginner’s tutorials, along with some inspiration to get more experienced beaders to try it again.
http://www.savvyhomemade.com/homemade-blog.html Sun, 12 May 2013
I regard stringing to be the back bone of jewellery making. And stringing homemade jewelry using beading wire will teach a fundamental sense of coordinating colors along with shapes into an attractive design. Stringing homemade jewelry using beading wire is also perfect for practicing how to manipulate small items with your hands, using pressure and angle to obtain different results
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/daily/default.aspx Tue, 13 Jan 2015
Like a lot of bead-weavers I know, I got started making jewelry by learning how to string beads. Once I started learning how to do off-loom bead-weaving, though, I started looking for creative ways to combine my bead stitching with my bead stringing skills. Fifteen years later, I still love finding new ways to combine bead stringing with my favorite off-loom bead-weaving stitches.
http://www.teacollection.com/ Apr 2014
Inspired by Studio Deseo‘s designs seen in our spring and summer, we came up with this DIY to help you create your very own tassel necklaces. We styled this necklace by leaving it open and layering it with multiple Peppercorn necklaces. You can also gently tie the two sides together (just after the first two pom-poms) for a more traditional necklace look. (Shh, this is for “girls” but I bet you can make it for a “big girl” too.)
http://jewelrybeading.kristals.net/ Sun, 18 Jan 2015
Beading 101 – Bead Stringing Basics Necklace Tutorial. This two-strand necklace teaches you the basics of bead stringing. While learning we use inexpensive beads, but you can still get a pretty piece of jewelry.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/ Apr 2014
The stacked-bracelet trend is still going strong! It’s easy to get that stacked-bracelet look by using Memory Wire and several strands of your favorite beads. For added interest, insert a fun button in the center. If you’ve never heard of Memory Wire before, this is a rigid coil of wire that retains its shape and conforms to your wrist.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/ Aug 2014
Every once in a while, I like to sit down with a spool of stringing wire and a drawer full of beads and just work on bead stringing projects. I love how quickly I can whip up a new batch of bracelets, necklaces and earrings, and there’s something soothing about creating patterns or, on the flip side, allowing myself to just do some creative free-form stringing with no set pattern in mind.
Stringing beads is the first step to adding a simple bead onto your project. Learn how to string beads and pearls onto a cord by watching Sarah.
These blue sky jasper beads are accented perfectly with copper. This stringing project is a little more involved than many but the results are well worth it….
Bead Stringing Necklace Materials: Strand of assortment beads of your choice Couple of strands of crystal beads (different sizes) Bead stringing wire…