1999 Beadwork Digital Collection
Dive into these four collector issues from Beadwork magazine! With over 30 beading projects, have fun bringing to life a variety of designs that focus on bead embroidery, peyote stitch, lace stitch, and more!
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You’ll love this if:
- You want to create new beading projects that range from beautiful necklaces to beaded bottles and decorations
- You want to travel the world with bead designs like, “Garden Beads,” “London Ruffles,” and “Miniature Oriental Carpet”
- You enjoy a digital format for all your beading needs due to its easy accessibility
In four issues, discover over 30 projects that are a blast from the past! You’re itching to try out new bead stitches and designs, so uncover these innovative projects that will have you creating jewelry, home decorations, flowers, and more. With workshop lessons and expert advice, there’s no reason to not get started on your next beadweaving adventure. Focus on bead embroidery, needle weaving, and beaded coils so your designs become adventurous and your techniques refined.
Here’s what you’ll get in each issue:
Spring, 1999 – Incorporate bead coils and bead crochet into your designs, like “Crocheted Bobbie Socks,” and thrive on colorful seed beads, fancy feathers, and fun fringe in 10 projects.
Summer, 1999 – Learn beautiful tubular peyote stitch to create editor Jean Campbell’s beaded flower and find independence in your style with the “Free-Form Brooch.” Don’t be scared of trying new stitches, especially when you create the “Braided Helix” necklace.
Fall, 1999 – Bring out your semiprecious stones for some fun stone setting and beadweaving, then bridge punk with sophistication in the “Rebellious Lace” project. You’ll also learn how to recycle old materials and bring life to new beading designs with Judy Tomsky.
Winter, 1999 – Dip into French traditions with the “Des fleurs en fil et perles” project, a beautifully beaded wire wreath. When you play around with your designs, from creating “Sushi Hairsticks,” to woven bracelets, you’ll soon advance your beading techniques.
|Author/Speaker/Editor||The Editors of Beadwork Magazine|
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|Product Type||Magazine Download|