Beaded Lace: How to Make Gorgeous Beaded Lace with Seed Beads And Your Favorite Off-Loom Bead-weaving Stitches
Join Cynthia Newcomer Daniel for this web seminar that will teach you how to adapt traditional lace patterns to bead weaving, and how to create your own designs using various lace making and bead weaving techniques.
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Beaded lace is not as hard to make as it looks; seed beads lend themselves perfectly to various methods of lacemaking. Beaded lace makes wonderful jewelry or can be framed as art; projects can be as small as a pair of earrings, or as large as your imagination. Join Cynthia Newcomer Daniel for this web seminar that will teach you how to adapt traditional lace patterns to bead weaving, and how to create your own designs using various lace making and bead weaving techniques. Cynthia will cover the structure of various forms of lace, and will present various ways to use these elements with seed beads.
Cynthia has spend many years making lace, including: needle lace, punto in aria, bobbin lace, crochet lace, tatted lace, macramé, and embroidered laces including hardanger, cut work, and pulled work. Seed beads have always reminded her of the stitches and knots in lace; she was very excited to discover that beaded lace works up beautifully, and finishes so much faster than lace made with thread alone.
In this web seminar you will learn:
How to make lace using seed beads and off-loom bead weaving techniques.
Important traditional lace-making techniques and structures.
Tips and techniques for identifying the structural elements of lace.
Important information about which bead weaving stitches can be used to make lace and how to use them correctly.
Discover how to design your own beaded lace and turn it into jewelry.
And much more!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Cynthia Newcomer Daniel has been beading and making jewelry for nearly 50 years; her grandmothers and her parents were her first teachers. In addition to working with beads, she also enjoys creating with textiles, fibers and precious metals. She loves to experiment, and enjoys adapting techniques from one medium to another. A native Californian, she gets much of her inspiration from nature; you can see the golden hills, blue skies, and rich colors of the vineyards that surround her home in her beading. You can see more of her work at: http://JewelryTales.com.
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Customer Reviews (4)
- Not what I expected
- I really was expecting an instructional type of video. This was more in lecture form with very few photos and slides to view and no actual demonstration at all. Very disappointed. Sorry I paid for it. (Posted on 12/20/2015)
- Clear instructions along with tips! The BEST!!
- I have been wanting to learn how to create beaded lace for such a long time and now with Beaded Lace Webinar by Cynthia Newcomer Daniel I'm well on my way. The video was clear and detail oriented with construction questions answered and the tips that she's learned along her beaded path way. She has now given me the ground work that was needed for me to be able to turn all of my beaded designs that have been living in my head and on paper into a reality! Cynthia, her designs and her Beaded Lace Webinar have truly been an inspiration to me. Thank you and BRAVO! (Posted on 1/6/2015)
Cynthia breaks down the various stages and steps of creating beaded lace in a way that makes it all seem so doable! I thought it was going to be way too hard, it seems so intricate and detailed.
But her step-by-step process of gently explaining the various elements required, how to treat each element, and then encouraging words left me feeling I needed to run for my beads and create beaded lace that very minute!
Thank you for sharing all of that information and explaining it in a way that was easily understandable! (Posted on 12/31/2014)
- Making beaded lace won't be fast, and it won't be easy, but it will be beautiful.
Cynthia breaks down the steps that she has taken to take traditional lace (knit, crochet, tatted, etc) patterns and how to turn it into beautiful beadwork. Starting with small components, how to join, add detail and make it something that you will be proud of the hours that you spent doing this.
I know have a clear understanding of what to do, what to try, recognizing that it's a process and not a project, and I now have the courage to do it.
This was a wonderful purchase and I am happy that I gifted myself with this webinar! (Posted on 12/31/2014)
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