Beadweaving Tutorials (5/11/2015)
Sometimes I find bead weaving patterns and tutorials that just don’t fit into any beading topic. I save these and throw them together under “Beadweaving Tutorials.” You’ll never know what you’ll find in these posts – could be just about anything!
http://blog.londonjewelleryschool.co.uk/ Mon, 16 Feb 2015 07:55:20 -0800
Tutor Sarah Burnett-Moore recently had to make a basic Peyote stitch bezel for a project so she decided to share the experience by creating this earring tutorial. For those of you who thought that life is too short for bead weaving, have a go at these great little ‘Bud’ stash-busters.
http://www.whitefoxbeads.com/ Wed, 26 Mar 2014 08:28:56 -0700
If you’ve ever wanted to create your own pattern for your beadweaving projects, blackgiraffe.com is a great resource online for copyright-free graph paper! There are free, printable graph paper for peyote, peyote 2-drop, brick stitch, and three different kinds of right angle weave. Just print it out, draw in your pattern, and start stitching.
http://lc.pandahall.com/ Sun, 30 Nov 2014 23:56:24 -0800
Here I want to introduce a light cyan pearl bead weaving necklace, hope you like this pearl beads necklace design. Pearl and agate are precious and elegant, today I use light cyan pearl beads, red agate beads and white seed beads to make bead weaving necklace patterns, if you like bead weaving necklace, just look at here.
http://la-belle-helene-journal.blogspot.com/ Thu, 16 Aug 2012 16:07:00 -0700
After making the rings yesterday, I fancied trying out this bead weaving technique. I have more of those turquoise blue beads I used for the ring and I thought it would make a nice chunky necklace using this technique. First though I tried out a small one to get the hang of the threading. I’ve tried double needle beading before so I kind of knew how this was going to be constructed but I used a schematic for reference as I went though.
http://strawberrybox-serenie.blogspot.com/ Sun, 01 Jun 2014 06:45:00 -0700
I haven’t done any bead weaving for a while, so I thought it would be nice to try something simple just to get into the swing of things again. This is a tutorial on how to make a ring with a flower detail and like the title says, it is nice and easy!
http://antiquitytravelers.blogspot.com/ Fri, 14 Nov 2014 16:51:00 -0800
This simple peyote pattern actually started with the beautiful center carnelian piece. I have a few of them sitting on my bead table that I’ve definitely been hoarding for some time. I think Carnelian ranks right up there as one of my absolutely favorite stones. I absolutely love it’s rich, honey tone. I could not resist showcasing the photos of the bracelet draped over a rock.