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Creative Beading Magazine Volume 15 issue 2

Be inspired by Australia's favorite beading magazine, containing projects for beginners and beyond from Australia’s top jewellery designers and expert trends, tips & tricks.

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bead gallery

Loving Designs Necklace Crystal Park Necklace Loving Designs Necklace Crystal Park Necklace The ArTTable* Bracelet * Made by Dina Goebel, director of the ArTTable in collaboration with L eeza Silverman. The ArTTable* Necklace Crystal Park Necklace ■…

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sweetheart wrapped chain

MATERIALS2 x12-14mm Toggle (Gold/ Rose Design)70 x 50mm Head Pin (Gold) 14 x 4x6mm Oval Jump Rings (Gold)9 x Charms (Dragonfly, Leaf & Hummingbird) (J)25 x Bead Caps to suit 8-12mm beads (Gold) (K)60cm 6.5mm Belcher Chain (Gold) BEADS9 x Faceted Round Crystal (Red) (A)7 x12mm Round Lampwork (Red/Gold Swirl) (B)8 x 8mm Oval Cloisonne (Red) (C)9 x 6mm Lt Siam Swarovski Crystal (D)9 x 8mm Rose Metal Bead (E)3 x 4mm Lt Siam Swarovski Crystal (F)1 x 20mm Silverfoil Heart (Fire Opal) (G)9 x 10 or 12mm Silverfoil Round (Fire Opal) (H)5 x 12mm Silverfoil Coin Bead (Fire Opal) (I)2 x 8mm Round Mysterious Bead (Red) (L)5 x10-12mm tumbled Coral Beads (M) TOOLSCuttersRound Nose PliersFlat Nose PliersBead Mat (Optional) NECKLACE MATERIALS2m TigertailSterling silver Catch or Fob catch9 x…

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pink opal marcasite

MATERIALS1 x Geneva marcasite watch face36 x sterling silver rondel spacers1 x Thai silver 3 hole spacer bar1 x sterling silver toggle2 x strands of tiger tail4 x crimps BEADS42 x pink opal rondels TOOLSLong nose pliers or crimping pliers KITS Kits are available for $49.00 including GST. STEP ONEThread a length of short tiger tail approx 20cm through the bottom watch loop and centre the watch in the middle of the strand. Thread on three pink opal rondels on either side with spacers between them.STEP TWOAttach each side of the tiger tail to the toggle bar and firmly crimp, threading a little extra tiger tail through the last rondel. HINT – Please note the tiger tail won’t go back through the spacers as the hole is too…

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green with envy

MATERIALSNymo thread BEADSApprox 15g x size 9 seed beadsFresh water pearlsSemi precious stonesA small amount of amberApprox 125g x mixed beads in various shapes and sizes, ranging from 4mm to 8mm in all shades of green, rondels, tubes, facetted crystals and a small amount of silver spacers. TOOLSBeading needle Diagram 1 STEP ONEThis Necklace is done in double thread, so for an eight strand 50cm necklace thread the needle with 9m of thread (8m for necklace, 1m for finishing off both ends). Tie a reef knot making sure that the knot is not at the end. See diagram 1. Diagram 2 STEP TWOButton hole one seed bead as a stopper bead, by threading the bead till almost at the end, then thread through the loop at the…

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from bears to beads

WENDY BERGAMIN LIVES IN Victoria with her husband and two sons. She taught secondary school arts and crafts for 13 years before she took long service leave and had her first son, when she started working from home. She now has two sons, a thriving bead and bear-making business and “absolutely no regrets about the decisions made regarding working from home”. HOW DID YOU MAKE THE LEAP FROM BEARS TO BEADS?I thought that I would be able to make little fishes and other beads to put around the necks of the mohair bears that I make. I also thought it would be interesting as it was very far removed from the sewing types of crafts which I had been doing since I gave up teaching.At the moment the beads…

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dancing rings

MATERIALSRing shank with loops16 x 25mm Head Pins BEADSSelected beads for your ring16 x 6mm and 8mm beads TOOLSCuttersRound nose pliers Diagram 1 STEP ONEThread each bead with a head pin, cut head pin leaving 1cm of pin longer than the bead. See Diagram 1. Diagram 2 STEP TWOWith the 1cm head pin longer than the bead, fold the pin in half to form a loop. See Diagram 2. Diagram 3 STEP THREELeave the loop open to thread it on the ring shank, then close the loop. Do this until all your beads are used. See Diagram 3. Adelaide Beads Ph: (08) 8365 0215 160 Glynburn Rd Tranmere SA 5073 Email: adelaidebeads.com Website: www.adelaidebeads.com ■…