There is nothing like the look and feel of a flat peyote stitch bracelet, whether it’s a geometric pattern or flowers, etc. But you can do so much more with peyote stitch. You can make triangles. Or use 3D sculptural to make little people, animals, flowers, etc. Even with flat peyote you can change colors and sizes of beads. Learn the basics and work your way up!
http://handmade-jewelry-club.com/ Wed, 01 May 2013 23:56:15 -0700
Well, I did more searching today, looking for free Peyote Stitch Flat Triangle Beading Patterns. Success! I found some that I know you guys will like If you were able to follow and learned the basic pattern for Peyote Stitch Flat Triangle beading with this FREE TUTORIAL then you’ll have no problem at all following these graph patterns I found
http://imaginesque.blogspot.com/ Tue, 24 Jun 2014 15:00:00 -0700
Today, we are going to learn about beaded beads. What could be better than a big bead made of little beads? Kind of like beads squared. Beaded beads make great pendants, earrings, part of a clasp or link them together into a bracelet. Try some of these this weekend.
http://beadcontagion.blogspot.fr/ Sun, 06 Jul 2014 21:24:00 -0700
I had the urge to make some beaded beads. I found a very good tutorial on You Tube. They are actually quite easy once you get the hang of it. I was doing great until I decided to try to add drops. For some reason the drops confused me enough I had to go re-watch the video. The spheres with drops ended up being my favorites and I think I’m going to make more.
http://thecrimsonmoon.wordpress.com/ Sun, 16 Mar 2014 06:11:20 -0700
I’ve got a diverse collection of seed bead bracelet patterns today. Most of them are stringing or braiding – quicker than beadweaving and most anyone can do them.
http://happyhourprojects.com Fri, 08 Aug 2014 10:00:59 GMT
So I’m really excited to share today’s project with you, because it’s a blend of everything I love to make. It’s a woven bracelet tutorial that’s tool-free (aside from scissors and glue). It’s got stone chip beads. And it looks SO much more fussy than it really is. If you can braid and string beads, you can make this, my new favorite accessory. In fact, if ever there was a tutorial that was inherently me, you’re reading it now.
http://craftyinspirationbylinda.blogspot.com Sun, 03 Aug 2014 21:02:00 GMT
I’ve come up with something that lays relatively flat but still looks similar to LiriGal’s bracelet. I also wasn’t happy with the plain edge on LiriGal’s so I embellished mine. I’ll try to describe what I did below. I added numbers to LiriGal’s pattern so you’ll know which steps I’m referring to.
It’s time to start getting ready for Christmas!! Summer is a great time to get started on making beaded Christmas ornaments. Whether they are for your tree or for gifts, just about anyone will appreciate it.
http://theartfulcrafter.com Sat, 24 May 2014 07:00:00 GMT
This beaded Christmas tree is a work of art that will be treasured and handed down for generations to come. This tree project is not for the beginning beader. However, all the expense and work that goes into this tree will creating a lasting family heirloom.
http://crafts.lovetoknow.com Sun, 25 Jul 2010 19:18:45 GMT
If you love making beaded handmade jewelry you can use these same skills to fashion beautiful Christmas ornaments. These projects are also great for beginners, as they use simple techniques and easy-to-find supplies. Making handmade ornaments can be the start of a fun family tradition; choose different instructions for beading Christmas ornaments each year, you’ll soon have a tree that’s filled with happy memories of Christmases past.
Has anyone had enough of the two-hole beads? I haven’t. Here are some great patterns, some free – some pay, but all are gorgeous.
http://www.theheartbeading.com Mon, 04 Aug 2014 02:43:00 GMT
Today I want to show you the new tutorial – a herringbone bracelet with superduo beads and pyramid studs. The pattern is very easy and simple. I hope you enjoy it. The pyramid studs that I used have 2 holes and measure 10mm. I bought them at Michaels store. I searched online stores where you can also buy them and I found two Etsy stores…
http://cs.jewelrymakingmagazines.com Thu, 06 Mar 2014 00:28:00 GMT
I’ve been checking out Fusion Beads’ 30-Day Bead Challenge, which I mentioned in my blog from last week. This Friday’s challenge is to “Double up and design with fun and funky two-hole beads.” All these new two-hole beads are great fun! Here are several two-hole bead projects from our archives if you need help choosing something to make.