Beadweaving 1 and 2 with Huib Petersen: CRAW, PRAW and Celtic Basketweave Using CRAW Digital Download
Get to know cubic right-angle weave as you’ve never known it before with bead artist and CRAW master Huib Petersen. Discover the ways it can combine with prismatic right-angle weave and how it can be layered and woven together in a stunning Celtic basketweave collar or bracelet.
You’ll love this if:
- You enjoy creating architectural beadwork
- You’re looking for in-depth instruction on the structure, form, and function of cubic right-angle weave
- You want to learn how to easily connect units of CRAW in seemingly impossible ways
In these videos, Huib Petersen will demonstrate the basics of how to build architectural structure with cubic right-angle weave and how it can be utilized in other stitches and techniques, such as prismatic right-angle weave and Huib’s own unique approach to Celtic basketweave. In the first video, Huib will use samples to display how CRAW and PRAW can be used to create everything: from simple ropes to links and chains to architectural structures. In the second video, you’ll learn how to weave a layer of CRAW by stitching squares, building posts, and connecting units. You’ll then weave another layer of CRAW around the first layer to create a beautiful and unique Celtic basketweave bracelet or collar. Huib Petersen is one of the most original talents in the beading world and is a passionate, inspiring teacher.
Download your copy of Beadweaving 1 and 2 with Huib Petersen: CRAW, PRAW and Celtic Basketweave Using CRAW today to:
- Learn how to build a foundation, turn corners, build layers, and connect cubes in CRAW
- Discover how to make your work curve with PRAW
- Learn to weave layers of CRAW together into a Celtic basketweave
Watch a preview of Beadweaving 1 and 2 with Huib Petersen: CRAW, PRAW, and Celtic Basketweave Using CRAW now:
About the Author:
Huib Petersen has been working full time as a bead artist and teacher since 1998. In 1995, Huib moved from Holland to San Francisco, and opened a small arts and crafts workshop and gallery on Nob Hill. Inspired by a chance encounter with 19th century Russian beadwork, he discovered the beauty and challenges of designing with beads. Petersen uses different sizes of beads and a variety of traditional beadwork stitches to create sculpted bugs, butterflies, birds, flowers, and sea creatures. The result is a unique kind of wearable art that offers the intricacy of embroidery and lace, the depth of a theater set and the durability and brilliance of glass.
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- I love this stitch and this video takes my stitching to a new level. Would recommend this video to anyone wishing to learn a new technique (Posted on 11/2/2016)
- Excellent video
- Instructions are very clear and demonstration is good. Photography is excellent, making it very easy to see what's going on. The projects look complicated, but the explanation breaks them down well so that they become very doable. (Posted on 10/31/2016)