I have yet to try Bead Crochet, but I like the way it looks. Bead stringing and beadweaving is what I do mostly. I have done some Kumihimo and I used to dabble in wire and metal. But the whole knitting and crochet area has passed me by. Maybe someday. But if you do Bead Crochet, here are some cute patterns.
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I made this necklace last week while trying out a new crochet skill – beaded crochet. If you can make a chain stitch and count to 30, you can make this necklace! It’s easy, but takes a little bit of patience. This necklace is lightweight and perfect for warm summer weather – you’ll forget you’re even wearing it!
http://www.beadinggem.com/ Thu, 05 Apr 2012 04:00:00 -0700
Fun crochet fruit pendants and key chain charms, arigurumi style! These tutorial designs are quick to do and what’s more, they use up scrap yarn! Make several kinds and you will also have a cute bowl of miniature yarn fruit!
You can also experiment with finer yarn or crochet thread and smaller hook sizes for reduced fruit sizes if you prefer smaller pendants.
Brick stitch usually just uses seed beads, although you can incorporate other beads. So it should be easy to pull some great colors, sizes and shapes from your bead stash to make any of the projects I’ve found for you today!
http://caravanbeads.biz/beadblog/ Fri, 15 Jan 2010 14:16:28 -0800
Bead Projects and Ideas Scalloped Brick Stitch Bracelet with Miyuki beads Scalloped Brick Stitch Bracelet with Miyuki Japanese seed beads. Scalloped Bracelet. If you make this bracelet, we want to see it! Remember to email us a picture of your version and we’ll post it on the blog for everyone to admire.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Thu, 30 Oct 2014 07:00:32 -0700
Use the brick stitch to create the gorgeous lace pattern in these earrings. Still don’t have the hang of the brick stitch? Leslie Rogalski can help! Her Essential Seed Bead Techniques class covers brick stitch, plus lots of other handy seed bead stitches.
With the holidays near, here are some quick and easy seed bead earrings you can make for gifts. Throw in some crystals, pearls or semi-precious stones and you’ll have a handmade gift that looks fantastic and were fast and inexpensive to make. Your female relatives will love them!
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This couple of beaded heart earrings is made up of orange seed beads and green bugle beads, the two colors match perfectly, I believe you will fall in love with the bugle bead earring patterns, so let’s start this tutorial on how to make bugle bead earrings.
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I’ve been asked to get a tutorial up for these fun and colorful Boho-style earrings. Simple and, hopefully, comprehensible ! I like to mix matte colored seed beads with some shiny or iridescent ones for visual contrast/interest. The variations are endless!
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving yesterday…and your stomach has recovered. Many of you may have been up early shopping – or maybe you never went to bed. I’m not much for early mornings – and especially not the insanity of Black Friday.
Tomorrow, November 29th, is Shop Local Day. Please make an effort to get out and shop at your locally 0wned stores. I bet you have a bead store near you – or wherever you are spending Thanksgiving. Who doesn’t like to shop for beads? Maybe you need beads to make your holiday presents?
If you register and use your American Express, you can earn cash back:
On Nov 29, Spend $10+, Get $10 Back. Up to 3X.
American Express® Card Members can register to get up to $30 back when they Shop Small® on Small Business Saturday®.