Changing Colors

To make a color change, slide the beads away from the stitches and cut the yam. leaving a 6-in. (15cm) tail. Make one more chain stitch (no bead) and pull the tal through the loop on the hook to tie oil the thread. Slide any beads that remain on the ball of yarn away from the cut end and string the next bead sequence To join the new yam. insert the hook under tlie last bead added. Fold the new yarn about 3 n. (7.6cm) from the cut end. Grab the new yarn at the fold and pull the loop through to...

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Wraps

Enhance a wire necklace with embroidered beads and fringe > l iiti nielal iieek ire coin( s al i e when il is < *< > c red will) liber braid and embellished willi lass llowers iixl lea es. rapping I lie wire > r< > ides a base lor si Helling. so enjo I lie freedom < > l adding colorful beads lo an slurdx shape llial ou can w rap 1 Put a dab of glue at the midpoint (approximately) in one side of the wire base. Adhere the end of the braid to the wire, so the cut end points...

Materials

iipp-'ox. 3 x 10 m. ift x 2 cm) piece of Lacy's Stiff Stuff apprpx. 3 x 10-in. p ceo( kjatbor or Ultrasuodc (avaKabie at era, or fabric stores assortment o' seed beads, stones, r< d ixsarts to match cabochon Nynx B bcatfcng Ihread lo match beads feft-t'ppecJ pnrrranent markers 1 i l o prepare the cult, measure your wrist and add in. I L.Scm). Cut a 2 it . (6cm) piece of Lacy's to this length. On one end of the cuff, cut away the extra in., leaving a -in. (2cm) rah for the snap (photo a)....

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Add a colorful exotic flower to a graduated herringbone cuff stitch a radiant neckpiece with hex heads and cubic zircouia teardrops Embellish an easy herrii bone ro > e with a fringe of sea creaturcs 149 151) 152 Vi I5(> 158 l(> l 1 C> 1 Add movement to an undulating bracelet with fringe Dress up a pcyote bracelet with a mix of festive Ixjttons and beads Frame crystals with peyoce squares in an elegant bracelet Get Connected Create a col< > rful necklace with pcyote stitch...

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Beads with larger holes, string the toad, then pick up enough seeds to slide down into it. Resume the rope from as far inside the to.ul as possible, l or example, if you restart the rope from two seeds inside the lip ol the tnarcasite, you need to pick up live seeds to continue steps 2 and gt . The first stitch after the acccnr bead will tend to move away from it. Push the beads inside the niarcasire together with a needle file photo b. p. 106 . I he faceted gemstotte beads photo c have a small...

Anleitungen Beading

Brick Stitch Basics Anleitung

fler Inking a class with Rachel Cotugno al ihc 20 H DcadAHuHon Show on making decora Ii e shapes I'm in herringbone lubes. I designed lliiseasx pretzel. dd sail lo our pretzel wilh silver-lined ervslal heads and add a pinback lo wear il as a hrooeh. llach a colorful ribbon and il becomes an ornament. Japanese seed beads 80 s' I in one cr two topaz colors orctzd 4g swe 10, clear siiver-lined salt ft in. 20cm 18- or ' 6-gauQe wiry Nymo 8 condiiio ec with booswax It you are using two colors of I...

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art a new needle with 24 in. j of thread. Slide a srop head to h' 4 in. IOcm from the end and go iBugh it again in the same direction. Z. - r ng 16 seed heads and slide them itc stop bead. Stitch eight rows of L . ven-count peyore Basics , picking bci-hr beads for each row. PI Zip up lite long edges Basics to a rube. PP Remove rhc stop bead, secure the i . rh half-hitch knots, and trim t thread. F ck up the thread remaining from fcp eor edging, weave along rhc edge, ijt r the fourth bead from...

Wire Loop Pliers Arizona

3 Slide the end of the wire through the crimp bead and pull tight photo b . Crimp the crimp bead Basics, p. 10 . 4 String a bead to cover the crimp. 5 String an alternating pattern of pearls or genistones and seed beads photo c until the strand 6 String a decorative bead, a pearl, a seed, a pearl, a seed, a pearl, and a crimp. You can string any pattern of beads for the end of the strand just make sure to end with a crimp bead. 7 Crimp the crimp bead and trim the excess wire photo d . 8 Repeat...