Bead Lmbroidery

Beads can be used on many different media. They don't even have to be sewn on also be pinned, as on Victorian pincushions, or glued. As beads have moved to the f ^ of interior design, fashion, and textiles, and they become more and more popular with designers and general crafters, the choice and availability of beads has increased

Bead embroidery on fabric

Beads can be sewn onto any fabric you can worked on an interesting piece of fabric with get a needle through, and they look great on a "dyed" effect. Both bugle and seed beads bags, hats, clothes, shoes, and belts, to have been applied to enhance the shapes name but a few. The sample here has been and colors within the fabne.

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I Thread on the first bead, then take the needle down through the fabric, slightly farther along from where the thread came up. Leaving a slight gap between the entrance and exit of the thread allows space for the bead to sit nicely. Continue to embellish with beads in the same way until you are happy with the finished look. If you wish to create areas of beadwork you need to finish the working thread off and start a new thread where you wish the next area of embellishment to be placed.

You can add several beads at one time if you wish.

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You can add several beads at one time if you wish.

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