Jean Campbell's Best Beading Workshops: Global Designs

In Best Beading Workshops: Global Designs you can discover the steps needed to stitch four beaded bracelets inspired by Russia’s Catherine the Great, gorgeous madras fabrics from India, the French Rococo movement, and colors of the Pacific Ocean

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In Best Beading Workshops: Global Designs you can discover the steps needed to stitch four beaded bracelets inspired by Russia’s Catherine the Great, gorgeous madras fabrics from India, the French Rococo movement, and colors of the Pacific Ocean.

Video Run Time: 01:37:00 

You’ll Love This Bracelet Making Video If:

  • You enjoy exploring new bead stitch techniques for peyote stitch, netting, and right-angle weave.
  • You are looking for tips and tricks for ending threads and preserving your beadwork.
  • You want to incorporate inspiration from different cultures, places, and people around the world into your beadwork designs.

In Jean Campbell’s Best Beading Workshops: Global Designs You’ll Learn:

  • How to add global flare to your beaded bracelet designs.
  • How to add fringe and other embellishments to your beadwork for extra pizazz.
  • How to make four unique beaded bracelets with clear, descriptive patterns and materials lists.

A Word From the Author:

"In this video workshop, we’ll cover four of the most popular classes I’ve been teaching nationally and internationally over the last several years. These four projects were inspired by global influences; namely a Russian queen, a common fabric from India, the french Rococo movement, and colors of the Pacific rim." — Jean Campbell

About the Author:

Jean Campbell is the founding editor of Interweave’s Beadwork magazine and has written and edited over 40 books. She has also created multiple video workshops including Global Designs and Mixed Media Making Steampunk-Style Jewelry and . Jean regularly blogs on Beading Daily and appeared on the DIY Jewelry Making show, The Shay Pendray Show, and PBS' Beads, Baubles, and Jewels.


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