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.

Mixed Metals Bracelet- A Tubular Herringbone Stitch Tutorial

Try this Tubular Herringbone Stitch Bracelet tutorial that shows you how to use multiple sizes of beads to add a twist to a basic beading technique. Click here for the written tutorial, including links to where you can purchase the materials: Receive a free PDF beading pattern when you sign up for my weekly email newsletter here: -------------------- Follow me on social media: Facebook- Pinterest- YouTube- Instagram- Blog- -------------------- Creative Credit: Audio Track- Trees to Stone (Filmora License)

How to Do Tubular Even Count Peyote Stitch Bead Weaving - Beadaholique's Andrea demonstrates the tools and technique required to do Tubular Even Count Peyote Stitch. Designer: Andrea Morici Related Project: Enchanted Forest Necklace Project N219 You can find the supplies in this video at Set of 6 Big Eye Beading Needles in 4 Sizes - Easiest Needles To Thread! SKU: XTL-3165 Wildfire Thermal Bonded Beading Thread .008 Inch - Black- 50 Yd SKU: XCR-8936 Miyuki Delica Seed Beads 10/0 Red Gold Luster DBM0103 8 GR SKU: DBM-0103 Miyuki Delica Seed Beads 10/0 Silver Lined Chartreuse DBM0147 8 GR SKU: DBM-0147

Stitches: Flat Herringbone Stitch

Flat Herringbone Stitch (also known as Ndebele) is a supple, fast basic beadweaving stitch. For more kits and supplies check out

Stitches: Tubular Herringbone

Once you've mastered flat herringbone (also known as ndebele) you'll want to learn to do it in the tubular form! The necklace I'm wearing is the Butterfly Kisses design that is published in my Beautiful Beaded Ropes book. Both the book and the companion kit are available at:

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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