This hub details the versatility of the beadweaving herringbone stitch, including possibilities for bracelets, necklaces, rings, and earrings. I've included lots of links for patterns (free and for pay) and other resources.
Have you ever wondered how to crochet a necklace with beads? You will be surprised at how simple it is to do. Get inspired by looking at these examples and follow these simple instructions to create your own beautiful crochet necklace with beads.
This pattern for beaded ornament snowflakes is a great way to capture the delicate beauty of snowflakes that will shine from the Christmas lights.
Beaded peyote triangles are a satisfying, versatile project for any beader. This article has free pattern instructions for flat, open, and tubular peyote stitch bead woven triangles.
This hub follows up on my first beaded peyote triangles hub.It has pictures of lots more triangles for inspiration. It also has links for pay patterns. The patterns and examples include bracelets, earrings, pendants, and necklaces.
Peyote stitch is a simple, fun style of beading and after learning the basic stitch, the sky's the limit. Check out the 20+ tutorials below and start playing with patterns, stitch combos and more.
This hub includes patterns and examples of beaded beads and jewelry with beaded beads, including necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and pendants. I have listed both free and for pay patterns. I also link related hubs and beading books.
This is a hub that I wrote about beaded beadwoven leaves. It includes explanations, examples, and pattern links for stand alone projects, as components, and as graphed cuff designs.
Ribbon necklaces are a popular fashion trend and this beaded version is beautiful, easy to personalize, and quick to assemble. With the beads strung on a length of ribbon, this necklace has a romantic, yet relaxed look. This project is a fun way to update old necklaces to give them new life and a...
Pondo, also known as African Circle Stitch, is a modern modification of an ancient technique used by the Mpondo people of Africa. It is a sturdy stitch even though it is somewhat lacy and light. It forms a beautiful, supple fabric suitable for bracelets, cuffs, amulet bags and many other...