Herringbone Bead Weaving Patterns (7/27/2015)
We all need to mix it up and get out of our beading ruts sometimes. A good way to do that is use a stitch you don’t usually use or don’t feel as comfortable with. I do a lot of peyote and right angle weave, but I really don’t do enough Herringbone Stitch, aka Ndebele Stitch. Time to get busy!!
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Herringbone stitch is an extremely versatile bead weaving stitch. Here we review the basic steps.
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Here is a comparison of a few related bead weaving stitches, including peyote, chenille, netting, filled netting and herringbone. I needed to see them all together to get exactly how they are different and how they are similar, too. So I drew this picture.
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This Herringbone Stitch or Ndebele Stitch bead weaving article is meant for beginners as well as anyone looking for a quick memory refresh. First the refresher, then the tutorials.
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Herringbone stitch can be started from either a Ladder stitch start as I demonstrate in this video or from a Herringbone start which I will leave for another video. Each Herringbone stitch involves picking up 2 beads, so your Ladder stitch foundation row needs to be an even number of beads.
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When it comes to creating beadwork jewelry, it’s the little details that can make or break a piece. Finishing designs – adding fringe, clasps, and other components – is just as important as the main beadwork stitches, color choices, and focal elements that make up a whole piece.
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Herringbone Stitch (aka Ndebele Stitch) is ideal for making shapes because it lends itself well to increases and decreases. Following from the previous article on normal flat Herringbone Stitch, here we will look at 2 ways of how to increase in Herringbone Stitch.
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