Seed Bead Patterns (6/29/2015)
Today is an odds and ends day. Sometimes, I find patterns that just don’t fit in with any particular topic. I save them up for generic topics like today. I really like the Diamond Bracelet with Toho Cubes. I’ll be digging out my cube beads tonight!!
http://www.creativebeadchat.com/ Thu, 18 Jun 2015 13:37:35 -0700
Recently on facebook, Shirley Moore posted a photo of a fun summer bracelet that she had just completed. The orange and pink are such fun summer colors, looking like ice cream sherbet. After seeing the photo of this bracelet, I asked Shirley if she would be willing to share a link to the pattern.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Mon, 04 May 2015 07:00:38 -0700
If you’ve perused beading patterns at all, it’s likely you’ve come across peyote stitch. Peyote stitch is one of the most useful seed bead techniques out there. Once you learn, you can create practically any peyote stitch bead pattern, whether it’s a patterned cuff, a fun shape like a butterfly, or a tubular necklace.
http://jewelsinfiber.blogspot.com/ Mon, 01 Jun 2015 21:46:00 -0700
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/beading_instructions/default.aspx Fri, 15 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Circular, flat peyote stitch is a great beadweaving technique for someone who wants to not only expand their beadweaving skills, but also wants to learn more about shaped and geometric beadwork. When you learn circular, flat peyote stitch, you’ll also develop your skills at creating shaped beadwork! Here we go!
http://craftyinspirationbylinda.blogspot.com/ Thu, 19 Mar 2015 05:56:00 -0700
It’s called that because of a blog article by Sandra Halpenny… show that it is possible to get started with beading by buying inexpensive supplies at discount stores. To prove her point, she made this bracelet using beads that she bought at Walmart. At the end of the article she posts the tutorial for making this bracelet.
http://www.lampworketc.com/forums/ Thu, 15 Jan 2009 13:27:42 -0800
I know most of us are lampworkers, but lots of us work other things too and since this is Lampwork ETC., I thought I’d share some of my old seed bead patterns. I used to offer them on my site for free when I was doing seed beads, but when I closed down my old site, I never added them to the new one. Ran across the pictures this afternoon searching for something else.