Tila Bead Jewelry Patterns (10/9/2015)
I guess the multi-holed and shaped bead craze is not ending anytime soon. It’s hard to keep up with the new shapes and sizes. And the colors are so much fun too. I try to buy a few basic colors of each new one to play with, or at least have some on hand if I want to try a pattern that uses them.
http://www.myamari.com/ Tue, 21 Apr 2015 18:33:00 -0700
When I used 4 pound Fireline, I beaded with it normally half way through. I brought my needle back down the thread half way once I got to the crystals to double up the thread, then cut one of the threads when I got up to the earring component.
http://sandrahalpennybeading.blogspot.com/ Fri, 14 Feb 2014 09:33:00 -0800
This necklace pattern is super easy to make. You will not believe how fast you can get this necklace finished. It is also beautiful and delicate. You can make it this afternoon and wear it to a party tonight.
http://createjustforfun.com/ Wed, 11 Mar 2015 20:04:47 -0700
Today I have a tutorial for a Tila Bead Cuff Bracelet that was inspired by this tutorial from Beadaholique with some obvious modifications. The color of this bracelet was hard to capture in the picture. Depending on your monitor, this may look very blue but in fact, these beads are more of a slate grey with bluish undertones.
http://craftyinspirationbylinda.blogspot.com/ Sat, 29 Mar 2014 07:38:00 -0700
When I found the “Crystal Pink Luster” SuperDuo beads at Aria Design Studio on Etsy, I thought that they’d be perfect for making a bracelet to go with the my “Layered Tila Earrings”. They are very close to the same color as the fire polished beads in the earrings.
http://craftyinspirationbylinda.blogspot.com/ Wed, 24 Jun 2015 05:39:00 -0700
I made these earrings to go with my “Tallulah Tila” bracelet. They’re adapted from the “Layered Tila Bracelet” pattern by MyAmari. You can get the free pattern from her Craftsy shop, HERE. I blogged about the bracelet… Yvonne King’s (MyAmari) “Layered Tila Bracelet” pattern is now available from her blog…
http://beadorigami.blogspot.com/ Mon, 17 Mar 2014 13:06:00 -0700
This beaded bead combines Miyuki Tila beads, Miyuki Half Tila beads, bugle beads, and Japanese seed beads with Swarovski rivoli crystals for a very sparkly, tactile, angular beaded bead. This design is woven using the circular netting stitch and a variation on right angle weave, all in the geometry of the dodecahedron…