Ntinuto

Ni th tl ven a le ne lt larrert overs nd th impie nd tin lethoi I ruct c I tri tin i reacei ind b lt Backstitch, page 64 barrette backs, page 16. 2 pieces automotive chamois cloth, each about 4 by 5 inches 10.5 x 13 cm Piece of rawhide about the size of the barrette Piece of rawhide about 3 1 8 by 3-1 2 inches 8x9 cm ive chamois sometimes smells of lin-yours does, set it in the sun until the iates. wo oval pieces of chamois the size you arrette to be. The one shown is 3-1 4 and 2-7 8 inches...

We I

V e the houses created with rectangles of differ rrcolor that Nan C Memhardt wove into this bag, DESIGNING YOUR OWN To modify the size and shape of a flat-bottomed pouch, keep a few simple guidelines in mind. Vary the width of the pouch by stringing more or fewer beads onto the base strand. Use any number you like, as long as the total Is an even number. Vary the height by weaving more or fewer rows. If the sides of your pouch are four beads wide, the bottom should be eight beads deep, counting...

Black And White Choker

This handsome choker consists of wired beads strung between two pieces of leather cord. Making a wire loop, page 45 ump rings. 2 hexagonal brass beads with large holes Assorted glass, ceramic, brass, polymer, and bone beads 4 feet 1.2 m of 2mm round leather cord 1 The choker shown is about 6 inches 15.5 cm long and 1-1 2 inches 4 cm wide. It has 18 cross pieces of wired beads. For a longer choker, add more wired beads. 2 First, make the cross pieces. Cut 18 pieces of wire about 2 Inches 5 cm...

Masai Bracelet

Unlike a bracelet strung on spiraling memory wire, the strands of t 1 bracelet remain fixed and parallel. the brilliant beads are african. 3 feet 92.5 cm of 18-gauge sterling silver wire 1 Cut three pieces of wire 9 inches 23 cm long. 2 With the round-nose pliers, make a loop at one end of each wire. 3 String the beads on the wires, placing the spacers one-third and two-thirds of the way around the bracelet. 4 Make a wire loop at the other end or eaOH 5 To make the clasp, cut two 4 inch 110.5...

Carol Taylor

New York Art Direction. Illustrations, and Production Chris Colando Photographer Evan Bracken Library of Congress Cataloging-in Publication Data Taylor, Carol Creative bead jewelry stringing, wiring, weaving, looming, making beads by Carol Taylor p. cm. A Sterling Lark book. Includes index. ISBN 0-8069-1306-1 1. Beadwork. 2. Jewelry making. I. Title. TT860.T39 1995 95-4595 Published by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. 387 Park Ave. South, New York, NY 10016 Created...