You’ll love this if:
- You are a beadwork artist looking for new techniques in the world of beading.
- You want to create glamorous projects through the adaptable Hubble Stitch
- You want to learn about beaded elements and techniques that are both versatile and creative
Owner of the U.K.-based Bead School, Melanie de Miguel shares her passion for the technical side of beading with you so you can master the Hubble Stitch. Hubble Stitch: Instructions & Inspiration for this Creative New Lace Beadwork Technique has been a top seller in the U.K. due to its step-by-step guide, innovative content and inspiring Hubble stitch projects that come with complete instructions. Work with the basic Hubble, then journey through the 2-Drop, 3-Drop, Horizontal Spaced Out Hubble, Inverted Hubble and so many more that you will quickly fall in love with the delightful look of this beading technique!
This brand new stitch can be a challenge, but Melanie breaks down the process of creating lacy beadwork into an easily followed guide manual. Her stitch was also featured in the October/November 2015 issue of Beadwork, and she writes that the name came from the “element of herringbone and ladder stitch...which I abbreviate to HB and L in my beadwork patterns. Put them together and you get HBL, or hubble!” (Beadwork, Oct/Nov 2015). Join in on this new and exciting stitch, and design statement pieces that are sure to be conversation starters!Order your copy of Hubble Stitch: Instructions & Inspiration for this Creative New Lace Beadwork Technique today to:
- Become a part of the beading community that is integrating this new stitch into their designs
- Delve into 12 projects that feature bracelets and cuffs, earrings, a necklace, Hubble ropes, a ring, and more
- Learn about the different methods of this versatile stitch, such as Hubble-in-the-Round stitch and the 3 forms of Vertical Spaced Out Hubble stitch so you can create original designs
- Incorporate innovation into future beadwork designs through the application of Hubble Stitch
- And so much more!
About the Author:
Melanie de Miguel is a renowned UK beadwork artist and tutor. Her passion for the technical side of beading, the thread paths and how they influence bead positions in relation to each other stem from her scientific background. These combined fascinations have led her to create Hubble Stitch.
|Author/Speaker/Editor||Melanie de Migel|
|Number Of Pages||112|
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- I'm really impressed with this book. The information and pictures are excellent and very clear and make it very easy to learn this stitch. I was hubbling in no time. (Posted on 8/16/2016)
- Love New Stitches
- I've only made one item from the book so far, but enjoyed learning this new stitch. It's lacy and kinda slinky as a bracelet and looking forward to making something else soon, perhaps trying 2-drop this time. One of the things I really liked was learning how to make the slide closure look dressier by adding daisy spacers to fill the loops. I'd never seen this before, don't know why I didn't think of it myself as I like the slides a lot, but glad I know about it now. (Posted on 6/9/2016)
- Pretty Good
- What I have found in trying to learn this stitch is that page numbers and pictures do not match. I spend time looking for the correct picture to go w page number for clarification and they do not match. This makes attempting to put all of this together to learn a new stitch difficult. (Posted on 6/2/2016)