Bead Crochet Tutorials (4/17/2015)
Bead crochet is a crochet technique that incorporates beads into a crochet fabric. The technique is used to produce decorative effects in women’s fashion accessories. The word “crochet” is derived from the French “croche” or “croc” meaning “to hook”. Published descriptions of bead crochet date from around 1824 although it was probably common before then. At one time, bead crochet was thought by some people to be appropriate only for rich people. Wikipedia
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This classic wire crochet necklace is easy to learn, quick to create and is easily customizable! You can make all the strands the same length for a full, flirty look or graduate the strands (as shown) for a more mature, traditional look. Vary the colors and materials of the beads, or the umber of strands, to make this look totally your own.
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If you have ever wondered how to add beads to your crochet work, whether it is for jewelry or just to dress up a scarf, check out this tutorial. I will show you how to add beads with a single crochet stitch. Use this technique to create one of a kind jewelry with crochet thread. You can add beads to a lacy scarf for a feminine touch or even in fringe.
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Learning new techniques and experimenting with different mediums is one of the reasons crochet is such a popular activity. Did you know that you can make jewelry by combining traditional crochet tools and stitches with wire? With a bit of practice you can create stunning wearable art.
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Once started, it took a while to learn the technique, but I didn’t find it too difficult to learn the basics, and now I can zip thru it! But the first few rows continued to be difficult – alot of rework, much frustration, and ripping out the first few rows. When I was asked to teach classes in bead crochet, I knew there had to be a better way to make the first few rows, so that it was easier and faster to get to the fun part!! So I did a lot of experimenting and prototyping, and finally came up with the Starter Jig.
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It’s not just for the design variation but the foundation chain can also add an additional design element and sturdiness. The clasp can be attached to this chain thus reducing the wear and tear issues on yarn or finer wire. It helps if you know how to crochet. But it’s not that hard if you are just a beginner. Here are some step-by-step instructions if you are game to try. I’ve actually designed 4 different styles to illustrate the versatility of this design approach.
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Ready to do a little more quick and easy bead crochet? Here’s the third Beachy Little Bracelet. You’ll need to make this: Some No. 10 crochet thread (I used DMC Baroque), a large-eyed sewing needle, three colours of 6° beads or E beads, a button, and a crochet hook. I used a Size F hook, but you can use whatever works best for you. A D or E hook would probably work just fine.
If you want to learn first how to crochet with beads here is the tutorial.
Here is my own way of adding beads to a crochet project. This method allows you to add one bead, one stitch at a time. Nice & simple! No messing about with…
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