Seed Bead Patterns (4/20/2015)
A Little Seed Bead History: Adding beads to clothing can be found as far back as the Late Old Stone Age (the Upper Paleolithic). These were large beads of shell or ivory. What we think of as beadwork, using small seed beads, is also quite old. There are beaded items in Egypt, using small faience beads, dating back 4000 years. Other early examples tend to be rare because the cloth or leather on which the beads were sewn disintegrate. There are several beaded items in the Shoso-in Temple in Nara, Japan, dating to the 8th century A.D. Beadwork is recorded in India at an early date. There are 9th century B.C.references to braiding beads into hair and horse tails. Around 300 B.C. Buddhist monks were admonished not to wear beaded shoes. The Bead Site
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While I do love a good statement piece of jewelry, my heart really lies with dainty jewelry. Delicate chains, small stones, and teeny tiny beads – I can’t get enough of them. I’ve been itching to make some of my own, and finally found the perfect DIY. It’s super inexpensive, and only requires a few items – which I’m willing to bet many people have on hand already.
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Pearl beads and seed beads can make various beautiful bracelets. For this double stand pearl bracelet, I use white pearl, sky blue glass beads and orange seed beads. Just like a long wave, lifelike and delicate. Now follow me to design your own pearl and seed bead bracelet patterns.
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I have a fun necklace to share with you today that uses the same idea as a bead loom – you can use seed beads to make a beaded design. These bead strands hang loose in a fringe pattern. If you enjoy making charms you will find this to be a fun and easy project. Even if you aren’t experienced, I’ll walk you through basic charm-making and you should have the hang of it pretty quickly!
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Among lots of pearl bead jewelry designs, we want to introduce the olive pearl bracelet and earrings. The olive and orange colors bring you fresh and warm feelings. They are very suitable for those young female office ladies, so let us start to learn how to make pearl jewelry at home.
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Jewelry making projects are always fun, allowing your creativity to run free while promising a nice piece of accessory in the end. Braiding, weaving and beading are just a few techniques used for making stylish necklaces, with seed bead projects letting you opt for any of these methods to make clustered casual necklaces or intricate designer patterns.
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Seed beads are great for making classy, lightweight accessories, with earrings being one of the most common jewelry projects worked with them. The colorful solid or transparent beads are suitable for all sorts of beading techniques including peyote and brick stitches, as well as simple stringing and braiding designs. Here are some attractive seed bead earring patterns with detailed step by step instructions.
This is a short video tutorial to show you how to create a visual pattern idea template for making seed bead bracelets. In this example I used simple seed beads in 2 colors for a bead loom…
Learn how to make a gorgeous seed beaded and floral necklace with Sarah Millsop. This fabulous design was created exclusively for Beads Direct by Bridge Parle. Get your project sheet here…
Zina at Honeybeads creates beautiful earrings using piggy beads, RounDuo beads, Miyuki seed beads, and a 12mm Swarovski rivoli. You can also link the elements…
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