Bead Crochet Tutorials (6/26/2015)
This week I’ve found a lot of Bead Crochet patterns for you. When I first started beading – mostly stringing – I tried to bead crochet. I have never crocheted or knitted or anything like that. It was a confusing mess. We should all try something new from time to time – you never know what you will like and/or be good at doing.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Sun, 22 Feb 2015 08:00:11 -0800
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.
http://studiodax.wordpress.com/ Wed, 09 Mar 2011 17:56:26 -0800
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.
http://www.crochetspot.com/ Fri, 20 Sep 2013 21:00:56 -0700
These fun spiral earrings are worked from the outside in on a base of seed beads and have another row of seed beads running down the center. The pattern is fairly simple and good for those who want to branch out into beaded crochet. Start with the How To Crochet: Single Crochet with Beads tutorial if you haven’t crocheted with beads in the past.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Thu, 22 May 2014 04:00:09 -0700
Ready to move from plain old crochet to a sparkly masterpiece? Learning how to crochet with beads can open up a whole new world! Discovering how to crochet with beads doesn’t require any special tricks. If you’ve mastered the single crochet and have some pretty beads on hand, then you’re ready. We’ve got the down-low on how to crochet with beads, including choosing your supplies plus some amazing patterns for inspiration.
http://beadingthebeadworldway.blogspot.com/ Mon, 13 Jan 2014 10:27:00 -0800
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.
http://www.crochetspot.com/ Mon, 03 Sep 2012 21:00:20 -0700
This choker style necklace really lives up to its name, but experienced crocheters can easily adjust the size by adding more fans. It can also be lengthened by adding chain–crochet or otherwise.