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Free Herringbone Bead Patterns (3/11/2015)

2015 March 11

The Herringbone bead stitch is very versatile. You can make flat Herringbone, tubular (Ndebele), twisted tubular, graduated, add inclusions and even use it with Peyote to make triangles and other angled pieces. See if there’s something you’d like to try today to brush up on your skills.

Bead Tutorial Herringbone Bracelet

Bead Tutorial Herringbone Bracelet

Bead Tutorial Herringbone Bracelet Wed, 01 Dec 2010 22:07:25 -0800

If you know how to weave with herringbone technique, this bracelet is a yummy piece of cake. And I don’t cover how to make the beading toggle here. It will be very long tutorial. We start the bracelet with ladder stitch. Actually you can start with herringbone or any style as your wish.

Intro to Tubular Herringbone Video Tutorial Sat, 27 Dec 2014 11:33:54 -0800

Herringbone in general tends to show the thread more than most other beading stitches.  Try to match your thread color to your bead color as much as possible.  If you are using several different colors, match to the dominant color. If you find that you’ve created your tube too wide around and it collapses, you can either thread a piece of flexible cording through your piece to stabilize it, or your can take advantage of the collapse and make it into a rectangle shape.

Graduated Herringbone Bobble Rope

Graduated Herringbone Bobble Rope

Graduated Herringbone Bobble Rope Fri, 21 Sep 2012 17:29:00 -0700

This technique, which I like to call ‘herringbone bobbles’ uses at least two seed bead sizes, or as many as you can come up with. The only restriction is that the beads need to gradually change in size. You can begin as small as you like, although for the best durability, I recommend going no smaller than standard size 11/o Delicas. While 15/o round seed beads could fit into a sequence nicely, the smallest sections of a graduated herringbone rope bear the most pressure and wear, and cylinder beads provide a lot of compact strength.

Herringbone Bracelet With Pyramid Studs And Superduo Beads Sun, 03 Aug 2014 19:43:00 -0700

Herringbone bracelet with pyramid studs and Superduo beads. Hi everyone! Today I want to show you the new tutorial – a herringbone bracelet with Superduo beads and pyramid studs. The pattern is very easy and simple. I hope you enjoy it. The pyramid studs that I used have 2 holes and measure 10mm.

Twisted Tubular Herringbone Stitch

Twisted Tubular Herringbone Stitch

Twisted Tubular Herringbone Stitch Nov 26, 2014

Amanda, added a photo of a beautiful bracelet made by Elaine. Several comments ensued about the piece and inquiries to the Twisted Tubular Herringbone Stitch. Amanda asked me to do a Video on this stitch…okay just one problem…I don’t know this stitch. I replied with a frantic “Someone find me some written instructions!” and I got a couple of links and started searching on my own.

Earring Making Projects For Your Weekend Mar 2014

Herringbone stitch can make an easy, secure bezel for hanging on to a pair of vintage crystal stones in the Captured Crystal Cubes earrings. All it takes is a couple of grams of seed beads and your favorite pair of ear wires to make a pairof sparkling beaded earrings in just a couple of hours!

Twisted Tubular Herringbone Stitch Tutorial

Twisted tubular herringbone is a lot easier than you think! This twisted tubular herringbone stitch tutorial video shows you how to “do the twist”…

Flat Herringbone with Top Inclusions

Here’s another way to add accent beads in flat herringbone stitch! The necklace I’m wearing is the Butterfly Kisses project. The instructions are available…

Peyote Stitch Triangle With Herringbone Facets

This beading cartoon shows how to weave flat peyote stitch triangle with herringbone facets. My other beading cartoons you can see at…


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