Herringbone Bead Patterns (10/23/2015)
Herringbone, also known as Ndebele Stitch, is another stitch that looks almost completely different in it’s different techniques. Flat display the classic herringbone patterns, while tubular is great for necklaces and ropes.
http://www.myamari.com/ Fri, 27 Mar 2015 05:38:00 -0700
This tubular herringbone rope is very simple and beads up quickly. I used this bead woven rope in my Blue Victorian Pendant Necklace and absolutely love the way it feels! All photos are shown with blue beads but I have indicated in the instructions on what beads to use.
http://beadschool.co.uk/ Sun, 23 Jun 2013 13:36:41 -0700
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.
http://inspirationalbeading.blogspot.com/ Fri, 29 Oct 2010 07:58:00 -0700
Everyone loves a spiral. Spirals are the most common and alluring shapes in nature, found in everything from seashells to our own DNA. Even the shape and flow of human made spiral patterns are very organic, and we are instinctively drawn to them, as if they stir up some ancient memory of our natural heritage.
http://sandrahalpennybeading.blogspot.com/ Fri, 07 Mar 2014 06:03:00 -0800
The herringbone stitch is great if you want to use a assortment of beads. You can easily transition into a new row too. If you are making a bracelet you can add dimension and shape just by using different beads for each row. Your bracelet will still lay flat too.
http://bead_tutorial.livejournal.com/ Wed, 01 Dec 2010 22:07:25 -0800
If you know how to weave with herringbone technique, this bracelet is a yummy piece of cake. And I don’t cover how to make the beading toggle here. It will be very long tutorial. Maybe I will do it later. The design is from the foreign book called ‘Rocca #7′. I got the scan from Picasa Web Album.
http://www.beadingdaily.com/blogs/ Sun, 12 Jan 2014 23:00:00 -0800
Herringbone stitch goes way beyond just making gorgeous twisted ropes — it also makes beautiful, organic-looking beaded flowers! In this beading blast from the past, we’re happy to share this free beading pattern using herringbone stitch from 2014 Beadwork magazine Designer of the Year Leslee Frumin!
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