Guess what? I still haven’t learned to bead crochet. But that doesn’t stop me from finding great bead crochet patterns for you. The Crochet and Chain Mixed Media Bracelet looks like a fun project – at least I would love to wear it, if I could make it. Have fun!
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Finally had the time to crochet! In an earlier post I shared a tutorial on how to crochet a tube. Now I will show you how to crochet around a wooden bead. As always we start with a magic loop.
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From hoop earrings to bangles, even the simplest jewelry can help you stand out. This circle pendant makes a statement dangling from a delicate chain or string of beads, or you could make two and hang them from your ears. Use contrasting seed beads for a second pop of color.
Many beaders are not skilled with Brick Stitch. While it used to be one of the stitches you learn first, now we often start with Peyote, Right Angle Weave or Herringbone/Ndebele. Brick stitch is what the American Indians used (and still do) for those great fringed earrings. Learn Brick Stitch with these patterns I’ve found.
Find brick bead stitch patterns and DIY jewelry that uses this bead stitch! Learning new bead stitching patterns such as brick stitch is a cinch with these tutorials.
You’ll be mastering useful new beading skills in no time with FusionBeads.com’s Techniques! Our easy to follow step-by-step picture tutorials are available for many popular brick stitch techniques, including brick stitch on a component or around a bead. Each technique page will have a list of materials and tools that you will need, plus any additional tips that we found helpful.
I love making seed bead earrings…don’t you? It is so easy to take leftover beads from a necklace or bracelet project and make a matching pair of earrings. You may need to add some other beads, s, but they will match enough. Here are some easy seed bead earring projects you can try.
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Maybe this should be called How Not To Make Beaded Tassel Earrings. You know how there’s always an easy way to do something and the hard way? Well, I think I tried every way imaginable with these earrings! I expected they would be soooo simple. What could be difficult about a beaded tassle for gosh sakes? Especially since I already knew what the key was to making them swing and hang properly. I mean, once you know that, it should be a snap – right?
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Learning bead weaving techniques can seem a bit daunting. But this DIY earrings project is really easy and will get you started on the right track. Did I mention these easy seed bead DIY earrings are perfect for those go-to, daily earrings that match everything? Yup. Let’s get started!
Right Angle Weave patterns and tutorials for today! The Embellished Right Angle Weave Bracelet would be great for Valentine’s Day, but use whatever color(s) you want. Or make it to match the fabulous RAW Earrings With Dagger Beads. Have fun, experiment, try something new!!!!
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In this right angle weave bracelet tutorial, you don’t need to learn some complicated beading skills, because it is a very simple bead weaving bracelet pattern. Here I choose red beads to make this embellished right angle weave bracelet so delicate and festive. Now let’s begin.
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I have been experimenting with cross weaving which is sometimes referred to as two needle right angle weave. It definitely uses a different set of “head muscles” than single needle RAW, but it’s not that difficult to learn. Below are some examples of beads that I discovered by accident while trying to do something else. My beads are not new discoveries; I have since found other examples of them on the Internet.