My Favorite Beading Projects From the June/July 2015 Beadwork Magazine

It’s always a good mail day when the latest issue of Beadwork magazine lands in my post office box. I can never wait until I get home to start flipping through the pages to see what great beading projects are featured in each issue! The June/July 2015 issue is full of great beading projects (as usual), but here are my favorites — I can’t wait to get started on these!

After all these years, I still love working with peyote stitch and cylinder beads to make cuff bracelets. British designer Carol E. Hanley’s Dancing Diamonds bracelet is a classic that goes to show this type of bead-weaving will never go out of style!
I’m a sucker for a Czech glass stud bead, and the simple, clean lines of Glorianne Ljubich’s Amphora Necklace is the perfect way to showcase your favorite color of these shaped glass beads.
I can’t wait to try the easy, clever right-angle weave bezel used to create the Bluet Blooms Bracelet by Csilla Csirmaz. If I get carried away, this might turn into a great beaded necklace project!
Of all the new shaped beads that have been introduced in the last couple of years, I’m still totally smitten with the O-beads. Megan Milliken’s “O” So Charming Bracelet uses size 8 seed beads and O-beads to create a luscious beaded bracelet.

Don’t miss out on all the great beading projects in each issue of Beadwork magazine, including the Designer Of the Year features! Subscribe to Beadwork magazine and stay up-to-date on all the latest beading trends, newest beading supplies, and of course, get plenty of instruction and inspiration for your beaded jewelry designs.

Do you have a favorite project (or two or three) from the current issue of Beadwork magazine? Leave a comment here on the Beading Daily blog and share it with us!

Bead Happy,

Jennifer

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