2014 Beadwork Collection CD
You'll love this if:
You want to discover 113 earring, necklace, and bracelet projects perfect for every beader.
You're looking for beading inspiration and technique advice from top designers.
You want to advance your beading technique with helpful hints for peyote stitch, herringbone stitch, right-angle weave, picot, and more!
If you love Beadwork magazine you won't want to be without the 2014 Beadwork Collection CD. Discover all six issues from the 2014 season on one easy-to-search format. If you love stitching beaded bracelets, necklaces, and earrings, prepare to be blown away by dazzling designs from leading designers who use the hottest shaped beads, crystals, and seed beads. Plus, get stitching technique tips, jewelry tool information, and step-by-step directions so you can tackle endless new techniques and expand your stitching repertoire. Unlock your beading potential with this must-have library resource!
Here's what you'll get in each issue:
February/March - With 18 drool-worthy jewelry projects and beading how-tos you won't want to miss, this issue is hot! Discover the four 2014 Designers of the Year, Laura Andrews, Leslee Frumin, Christina Neit, and Liisa Turunen & Glenda Paunonen. Explore their unique beading voices and styles with their debut designs that are unique and stylish. Make an airy collar by combining right-angle weave, netting, and peyote stitch; stitch a funky pair of earrings that uses bugle beads and spikes; and more. The gorgeous designs in this issue are sure to inspire your new favorites!
April/May - Be inspired by the floral motifs, soft colors, and innovative beading projects featured in the April/May 2014 issue of Beadwork magazine. With 19 projects using right-angle weave, square stitch, herringbone stitch, fringe, triangle weave, wire-working, and more, there is a style and technique for everyone. Bonus! These stylish projects feature two-hole bar beads, two-hole lentils, and brand new piggy beads so you can pump up your beadwork with these new shapes.
June/July - The 22 inspiring beaded jewelry projects will keep you busy beading through the year. With a bracelet using two-hole triangles and St. Petersburg stitch, a loomwork bracelet featuring wire, and much more, you'll get a fresh outlook on beading with these stylish designs. Finally, master cubic right-angle weave in a gorgeous flower pendant! Fall in love with multiple projects using two-hole beads and learn to make "faux CRAW" from Stitch Pro Jean Campbell.
August/September - Uncover the latest and greatest beaded jewelry projects inside the August/September 2014 issue of Beadwork magazine. Mix beads and wire together for a striking necklace design, conceal your closure in a fashionable way with a beautiful peyote and brick stitch bracelet project, create a bright bracelet that brings the vivid colors of Mardi Gras to your wrist, and more! Explore 19 gorgeous projects incorporating fundamental bead stitches and less utilized stitches including daisy chain, whipstitch, Russian spiral, and more. Get ready to strengthen your skills with these inspiring projects perfect for the summer season and beyond.
October/November - Prepare to have your socks knocked right off when you see the spectacular winning designs of the 2014 Bead Star contest! Discover the awe-inspiring issue of Beadwork magazine, featuring 18 brand-new projects plus the 24 award winning contest designs; this issue is jam-packed with inspiration for fall! Uncover eight beading patterns using shaped beads including bricks, lentils, drops, bugles, and more. With projects for every beader, find your new favorite jewelry design today!
December/January - Get cozy and snuggle up to 19 brand-new beading projects, must-know stitching information, and more! Boost your beading technique with classic stitches including peyote stitch, right-angle weave, and square stitch. Peruse the “Winter Wonderland Earring Collection,” where you will find four pairs of earrings ranging from sweet to swanky. Be inspired to break out your bugle and seed beads to create the romantic Frosty Windows Bracelet, then combine two-hole seed beads and herringbone stitch to form the Midnight Snowfall Necklace.
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