Brick Stitch Seed Bead Patterns (4/15/2015)
The Brick Stitch, also known as the Cheyenne Stitch or Comanche Stitch, is a bead weaving stitch of unknown origin in which individual beads are stacked upon each other much as bricks are stacked in a brick wall. The technique has been used by Native Americans and in Africa, the Middle East, and South America… This is an off-loom technique perfected by the Native Americans. It is a relative of another off-loom technique called Peyote stitch or Gourd Stitch. A Brick Stitch pattern can be worked as a Peyote Stitch Pattern if turned through 90 degrees. Wikipedia
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Sat, 28 Mar 2015 10:00:56 -0700
For jewelry makers who want to go totally traditional with their animal-themed jewelry, this giraffe print is just the ticket. You’ll get plenty of photos and step-by-step directions for completing the bracelet, so don’t be scared to try it even if you don’t feel like you’ve mastered the brick stitch just yet.
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To me, this pair speaks for summer and early fall fashion pairings with its yellow, brown, and red combination. Of course, you can swap out the colors for a different look for each season. I’d love to see pics if you use this pattern for your own beaded creations.
http://caravanbeads.biz/beadblog/ Fri, 15 Jan 2010 14:16:28 -0800
Complete two sections with a brick stitch square on each end and a seed bead scallop in the middle. Then connect the center with a row of 7 8/0s (or any other decorative touch you like). Decrease at each end to 6 10/0 triangles, and attach to clasp. Finish off any loose ends. Remember that it is easy to adjust the length (this one was 6.75”) by adding to the seed bead scallops or adding additional center or end rows.
http://beadcircle.com/ Thu, 25 Aug 2011 08:29:52 -0700
The very first thing I learned to bead was a pair of brick stitch earrings. I learned from thin book that I have since lost track of, but I got hooked and made every pattern in multiple colors. I’m starting to see them in retail stores, and thought it would be fun to create a cute design and share the tutorial. I hope you enjoy making them for yourself or a quick gift!
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I can’t remember why, but for some reason one of my daughters had wanted a little piggie, and I still have the graph, so I’m sharing him with you. Keep in mind, this is from when I first started beading, so it’s a very simple pattern of a piglet on a diamond-shaped background. I think she used it as a decoration on top of a little box she had in her room. It’s done in brick stitch.
http://beadknitterpatterns.blogspot.com/ Sat, 20 Oct 2007 11:17:00 -0700
Thanks for this pattern, I made myself a pair of these earrings with Delicas, they are so cute! I just taught my fiance’s niece how to do brick stitch using this pattern with seed beads, she made one earring and I made the other, so now we have matching earrings for Xmas!
Brick stitch earrings are fun, and I’ve come up with a brick stitch tutorial design called “Hot Summer Nights”. This brick stitch earrings tutorial is easy and fun so join me…
I was asked to make a brick stitch owl pattern so I came up with this adorable little guy! He’s so darn cute! It is quite an easy charm to make, so is ideal…
In this video, learn how to bead weave classic Native American style earrings in brick stitch with fringe using bugle beads…
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