Non-Ladder Stitch Start to Herringbone Stitch

author Jill Wiseman   1 год. назад

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FREE Project: Slinky Herringbone Rope

A simple stitch + some really cool beads = major style! Learn how to stitch this herringbone rope that leaves folks scratching their head wondering how you created something so fascinating! Download the free PDF written instructions here: You can purchase the sharp-edge triangle beads here: The color I used in the video is here: Regarding the Galvanized Silver triangles I showed in the Slinky Herringbone Rope video - we have discontinued carrying them, because it turned out they were VERY non-color safe. Within hours of wearing the bracelet, the color was coming off 20% of the triangles.

Beadschool Tutorial - Tips & Tricks: The Weaver's Knot

The Weaver's Knot is a great way to avoid having to sew loose ends into your beadwork. It's perfect to use with Peyote stitch and Netting if your seed beads aren't too small and the thread is fine enough. I wouldn't use the Weaver's Knot for Brick Stitch, Right Angle Weave, Herringbone or Square Stitch, because of the number of passes you have to make through the beads. The Weaver's Knot works great with Nymo but isn't as successful with Fireline because of the waxy coating - it slides! Link to my website: Find me on Facebook: Beadschool Mel - In this video I'm wearing: Isabella necklace in the Dorado colourway ( I'll be teaching the Isabella design at: The Bead & Button Show in June 2013. Link to book the class: The Great British Bead Show in May 2013. Link to book the class: Isabella Kits will be available in Dorado, Topaz, Bermuda Blue, Aqua and Peridot - for more information follow the link to the Isabella page in my Gallery. Kiku ring. Emilie bracelet: Made with Swarovski bi-cone crystals and Miyuki seed beads. I will also be teaching this at the Bead & Button Show, 2013. Link to book the class: Link to my Bead Blog and list of suppliers: Materials used: Nymo thread Size D - Stitchncraft Size 12 needle - Stitchncraft Matsuno Size 8 seed beads - GJ Beads

Tubular Twisted Herringbone Bangle Bracelet

Kelly from Off the Beaded Path, in Forest City, North Carolina shows you how make a beautiful bracelet. We have materials used to make this, along with kits and the written pattern on our website, Materials Needed: *4 Grams 8/0 Seed Beads (Color A) *4 Grams 8/0 Seed Beads (Color B) *4 Grams 8/0 Seed Beads (Color C) *6-7 yards Nozue Sonoko Thread Check us out online:

Flat MRAW - What is it and How to Do It?

MRAW mysteries are revealed in this video! Including how to use MRAW as an alternate, easy starter strip for peyote stitch! Visit Jill Wiseman Designs at:

Sonoran Sundial Necklace

This video tutorial from Allie at Potomac Bead Company shows you how to make her "Sonoran Sundial" necklace design. Find a list of supplies in the description below by clicking "show more." Our Website (Shop online & find classes or bead store locations): (US) (EU) Get Miyuki 8/0 seed beads here: (US) (EU)* Get Miyuki 11/0 seed beads here: (US) (EU)* Get Miyuki 15/0 seed beads here: (US) (EU)* Get Czech 3mm fire polished round beads here: (US) (EU) Get Czech glass pearls 4mm (or) smooth rounds here: (US) (EU) Get Cup Button beads here: (US) (EU)* Get Wildfire beading thread, needles, bead mats, scissors, thread burners, & more here: (US) (EU)*

Most of the time, herringbone (ndebele) stitch is started with a ladder stitch base. But you don't have to do it that way! Here's a method for starting herringbone so it mimics the working end! I show both flat and tubular versions.

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