Right Angle Weave Seed Bead Patterns (4/8/2015)
The more Right Angle Weave projects I do, the more I appreciate this stitch. There are so many variations and it is easy to embellish. I find it works up fairly fast, too. I’ve taken several classes with Marcia DeCoster and I’m taking a class with Shelley Nybakke this weekend. Both use Right Angle Weave extensively.
http://beadorigami.blogspot.com/ Tue, 10 Mar 2015 11:14:00 -0700
PRAW is a relatively new term, but it describes a variation of CRAW that’s been around for a while. Marcia recently blogged about the consensus around the PRAW term in relation to her gorgeous Ancient Bells necklace. Basically, the great thing about CRAW is that it’s such a versatile stitch that can be adapted in many different ways, but many variations of this technique have gone beyond the “cubic” part of CRAW to the point where what’s being stitched is no longer a cube, but rather a prism.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/ Thu, 08 Jan 2015 23:00:00 -0800
I may have mentioned once or twice before how much I love right-angle weave because of all the potential for embellishment in this popular off-loom bead-weaving stitch. Really, once you learn basic right-angle weave (flat or tubular), there are so many options available to turn it into fabulous beadwork! Whether you’re using it as a base for a beaded necklace or bracelet, or a cabochon bezel, you can make right-angle weave as glamorous or as down-to-earth as you’d like using just a couple of easy bead embellishment techniques.
http://gwenbeads.blogspot.com/ Thu, 19 Feb 2015 18:57:00 -0800
Learn to bead a Book of Kells Bracelet with just Japanese seed beads, shank buttons, and thread. No fancy shapes required! The Book of Kells weave is a fine beaded fabric that is flexible and comfortable. You can weave it in many different shapes because the pattern repeats like wallpaper.An unusual and complex angle weave, the Book of Kells design is suitable for intermediate bead weavers or advanced beginners who are comfortable with right angle weave. If you like RAW and want a new challenge, you’ll love this.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/inside_beadwork_magazine/default.aspx Thu, 01 Jan 2015 09:18:00 -0800
It’s New Year’s Day! A day in which I usually take some time to set intentions for the clean slate that is the year ahead. This year? In addition to all the usual intentions (more rest and exercise; gaining my SCUBA certification; honing my nunchuk skills) that may or may not be kept, I intend on delving even deeper into my right-angle weave knowledge. One thing that I’ve already gleaned from our designers while doing tech-edits for Beadwork magazine is that there are two ways to work cubic right-angle weave.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Mon, 30 Mar 2015 07:00:49 -0700
This cute bracelet pattern from Pam Preslar is both a simple introduction into RAW and into bead weaving in general. Her pattern is beautifully done — I loved that she added not only visual examples of tools, but also visual examples of how they’re used as well.
http://www.beadedjewelrydiva.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2011 09:15:18 -0700
The right angle weave beading stitch is something that many people have problems with. The path of the needle and thread through the beads isn’t exactly intuitive. I started creating an ebook tutorial, then I decided that it would be easier to just make a right angle weave video tutorial so you could watch me!
This beading cartoon shows two needles Right Angle Weaving with increasing and decreasing rows.
Hi Fellow beaders, I bring to you cubic right angle weave tutorial in partnership with PandaHall. The pendant in this tutorial is a great statement piece…
Try out this tutorial especially if you are left-handed.
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