Beadweaving 2 with Huib Petersen: Celtic Basketweave Using Cubic Right-Angle Weave Video Download
Join bead artist Huib Petersen as he explains the basics of architectural structure in cubic right-angle weave and how it can be used in Celtic basketweave to create a stunning beaded bracelet or collar.
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You’ll love this if:
- You’ve wanted to learn cubic right-angle weave and Celtic basketweave but were waiting for the right teacher
- You’d like to not only create beautiful beadwork, but weave layers of that beadwork together
- You want to see how Celtic basketweave allows units of beadwork to connect in seemingly unreachable corners
Traditionally a crochet technique, Celtic basketweave in beadwork is hard to find. Huib Petersen has explored this intimidating technique in ways few others have and found a way to make it approachable. In this project-focused video, you’ll learn what materials you need to get started and how to prepare for Celtic basketweave with cubic right-angle weave basics. You’ll then move on to stitching squares, building posts, and connecting units. The finished product will be a unique, sophisticated piece of jewelry that’ll ensure you’ll be experimenting with this new technique for years to come.
Download your copy of Beadweaving 2 with Huib Petersen: Celtic Basketweave Using Cubic Right-Angle Weave today to:
- Learn how to use cubic right-angle weave to stitch squares and connect those squares with posts
- Stitch a layer of CRAW around another layer of CRAW in a Celtic basketweave
- Add an architectural element to your beadwork
Watch a preview of Beadweaving 2 with Huib Petersen: Celtic Basketweave Using Cubic Right-Angle Weave 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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