Favorite Bead Stitches 2015
Discover 32 favorite beaded jewelry designs within the pages of Favorite Bead Stitches 2015! Explore traditional beadstitches including peyote stitch, herringbone stitch, right-angle weave, and more to create beaded necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Bonus: 22 of the designs feature shaped beads!
You'll love this if:
- You are looking for beading inspiration to fuel your passion for beadstitching!
- You want to combine a few of your favorite beadstitches to make a new favorite project.
- You want to explore projects that highlight a variety to shaped beads.
Looking for some beading inspiration? You'll find it and so much more within the pages of Favorite Bead Stitches 2015! The trusted editors of Beadwork magazine have chosen 32 of their favorite beaded jewelry designs to fill the pages of this action-packed special issue magazine. Discover their top choices for beaded bracelet, necklace, and earring designs, and take shaped beads out for a spin with 22 jewelry projects that feature these new beads!
Bead your way through the "Cobblestone Path Bracelet" by Shae Wilhite and admire the many floral-inspired projects including the "Lilac Links Bracelet" by Glorianne Ljubich, "Chrysanthemum Bracelet" by Sabine Lippert, and the "Flower Basket Earrings" by Barbara Falkowitz. You can't go wrong with such a wide variety of projects inspired by everything from mythical creatures to carnival rides and everything in between!
Order your copy of Favorite Bead Stitches 2015 today to:
- Explore 32 favorite beaded designs including beaded projects for 16 bracelets, 12 necklaces, and 4 pairs of earrings.
- Boost your beading confidence and learn how to expertly add shaped beads to your next project.
- Discover beautiful beaded jewelry projects that are elegantly edgy to wonderfully whimsical.
- Create fabulous beaded jewelry with clear step-by-step directions for every project in the magazine.
- And so much more!
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- OK Book
- I expected more detail on stitch techniques, when to use, how to design with, etc. Instead it is mostly a collection of patterns, some of which I already have from other publications. Seems like an expensive version of a regular bead magazine. (Posted on 7/25/2016)
- Love this book
- Lots of fun ideas. Can't wait to get working on them. Thank You very much (Posted on 4/15/2015)