Seed Bead Bracelet Patterns (8/10/2015)
When I first started making my own jewelry, I was only stringing beads. Seed beads looked small and intricate and scary. Until I tried the beginning beadweaving class at my local store, and I was hooked. It does take patience and focus, but it is also relaxing. If you’ve put off beadweaving, don’t be afraid to try it.
http://www.coffeeandvanilla.com/ Sat, 23 May 2015 09:03:02 -0700
If you are Chan Luu’s fan or like summery, Bohemian style jewellery you might like this tutorial showing how to make (very easily) wrap bracelets with glass seed beads in no time. To make bracelet flexible in size start by attaching the button on the beginning and then at the end of bracelet make couple of loops in between knots for different sizes.
http://www.instructables.com/member/saysha/ Sun, 07 Jun 2015 02:29:14 -0700
I was asked to make some bracelets using seed beads, so instead of just coming up with one option, I came up with three! They’re all really easy to make, so are ideal for beginners. These bracelets look really good worn alone, or they can be made in similar colours and stacked together!
http://www.craftsunleashed.com/ Wed, 10 Dec 2014 05:00:07 -0800
love designing woven bracelets. It’s the natural fibers and earthy colors, it’s the calming pattern of braiding, knotting or weaving, and it’s especially the cost – twine and seed beads are some of the most inexpensive supplies you can buy when making jewelry. I’ve got a woven bracelet design to share with you today that’s got a wintry theme that reminds me of winterberry branches.
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://craftyinspirationbylinda.blogspot.com/ Fri, 10 Jul 2015 05:35:00 -0700
This pattern came about while I was doing some experiments to try and find a way to add “chains” of 15/0 seed beads on the sides of the bumps on the Silky beads and have them stay put and not slide down. This wasn’t an issue with most of the “Alabaster” finish Silkies, but it was a big problem with the fatter, luster finish ones and also with some of the table cut Silkies.
http://beadsmagic.com/ Tue, 18 Jun 2013 09:09:30 -0700
ree pattern for amazing beaded bracelet Midnight.. You need: 6/o seed beads or 6mm round beads, 7/0 seed beads, 8/0 seed beads and 10/0 or 11/0 seed beads.