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Beadwork September 2018

Get Beadwork digital magazine subscription to find all-new irresistible necklace designs, must-have bracelet patterns, and can't-miss tips. Explore your favorite techniques such as peyote, right-angle weave, herringbone, and more. PLUS be confident every step of the way with fully illustrated step-by-step instructions.

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United States
Language:
English
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Interweave Press, LLC - Magazine
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6 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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the changing seasons

The weather is always a hot topic, wherever I go or with whomever I talk to. I’m writing this in springtime, when the daffodils are almost done blooming, the tulips are emerging, and some of us are still getting snow! However, as I think about the weather when this issue will publish, our long sunny days will be getting shorter and cooler. Then I wonder, Will it stay hot as we progress from summer to autumn, or will we be treated to those wonderful crisp nights and frosty mornings before we’re back to facing snow?The piece of this I like the most is that no matter who you are, where you live, or what your beliefs may be, the weather is something we all have in common. It’s an equalizer—an…

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interweave® shop

Beads, Baubles & JewelsSeries 2600 DVDJoin host Katie Hacker as she explores the art of jewelry making in the 2600 series of Beads, Baubles & Jewels. Get all 13 episodes in the DVD set featuring tips, tricks, and techniques from artists including Candie Cooper, Jackie Truty, Wyatt White, Kate Richbourg, and Tammy Honaman. Whether you are a beginner or a veteran, each episode is packed with jewelry-design information you need. Visit www.interweave.com.Woven in Wireby Sarah ThompsonBreak through the boundaries of traditional wirework jewelry to discover the world of intricate possibilities in Woven in Wire by award-winning jewelry and wirework instructor Sarah Thompson. With easy-to-follow steps in weaving, sculpting, and design, this book lets you advance your skills and build the confidence to create intricate, breathtakingly beautiful designs. Visit www.interweave.com. ■…

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desert mirage cuff

TECHNIQUECircular peyote stitch variationPROJECT LEVELMATERIALS8 g bronze pale gold 5×2.5mm 2-hole SuperDuos (A)8 g dark coral pastel 5×2.5mm 2-hole SuperDuos (B)7 g dark brown pastel 5×2.5mm 2-hole SuperDuos (C)20 white 4mm crystal pearls (D)1 antiqued gold 16mm toggle claspGold size D C-Lon nylon beading threadTOOLSScissorsSize 11 beading needlesFINISHED SIZE7½ × 2¼ "Fig. 1: Stitching Rounds 1 and 2 of Band 1 Segments, Row 11) BAND 1 SEGMENTS, ROW 1. Use a variation of circular peyote stitch to create the segments for the first band:Round 1: Add a stop bead to the end of 18" of thread, leaving a 4" tail. String 8A and pass back through the second (outside) hole of the last A strung (Fig. 1, blue thread).Round 2: String 1B and pass through the next A (outside hole);…

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cereus bloom necklace

TECHNIQUESRight-angle weave variationCircular nettingPicotPROJECT LEVELMATERIALS4 g dark mauve galvanized Duracoat size 15° Japanese seed beads (A)0.5 g higher metallic amethyst size 8° Demi Round seed beads (B)9 matte copper gold 6mm Super Khéops par Puca 2-hole triangles (C)47 bronze copper 8×5mm 2-hole GemDuos (D)9 metallic suede pink 10×5mm 3-hole Arcos par Puca beads (E)9 crystal purple haze 4mm crystal bicones (F)1 crystal purple haze 13mm (55ss) crystal chaton9 crystal copper rainbow 2mm fire-polished rounds (G)78 halo cherub 3mm fire-polished rounds (H)1 copper 14×44mm hook-and-eye claspSmoke 6 lb FireLine braided beading threadTOOLSScissorsSize 11 beading needleFINISHED SIZE19¼ "PointBaseFig. 1: Forming Focal, Rounds 1 and 21) FOCAL. Use a variation of right-angle weave, circular netting, and picots to create the bezeled focal:Round 1: Note: “Base” is used to indicate the side of a Super…

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eleanor bracelet

TECHNIQUESTubular and circular peyote stitchNettingPROJECT LEVELMATERIALS1 g metallic cosmos size 15° Japanese seed beads (A)2 g nickel size 15° Japanese seed beads (B)3 g nickel-plated midnight teal size 11° cylinder beads (C)8 g metallic cosmos size 11° Demi Round seed beads (D)24 matte metallic silver 6.5×4mm 2-hole CzechMates diamonds (E)10 polychrome aqua teal 7mm 2-hole CzechMates cabochons (F)12 light gray opal 4mm crystal rounds (G)4 foil-back denim blue 12mm crystal rivolisSmoke 6 lb FireLine braided beading threadTOOLSScissorsSize 10 and 12 beading needlesFINISHED SIZE6¾ "Fig. 1: Working Rounds 1–51) BEZELED RIVOLIS. Use tubular and circular peyote stitches to bezel the rivolis:Rounds 1 and 2: Use 7' of thread to string 30C, leaving a 5" tail. Use the working and tail threads to tie a square knot, forming a circle. Pass through…

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dragon scale cuff

TECHNIQUESNettingPeyote stitchCubic right-angle weaveRight-angle weavePROJECT LEVELMATERIALS12 g crystal full Labrador size 15° Japanese seed beads (A)13 g crystal full Labrador size 11° Japanese seed beads (B)149 matte green iris 5×16mm 2-hole daggers (C)1 silver 10×30mm tube bar claspSmoke 8 lb FireLine braided beading threadTOOLSScissorsSize 11 beading needleFINISHED SIZE7"Fig. 1: Stitching Bracelet Base, Row 11) BRACELET BASE. Use netting to form the base of the bracelet:Row 1: Add a stop bead to 4' of thread, leaving a 10" tail. Note: In this and subsequent rows, always string the C through the bottom (wider) hole. String 1B, then string {1C and 3B} four times. String 1C, 1B, 2A, and 1B; pass back through the second (top) hole of the last C exited (Fig. 1).Fig. 2: Working Bracelet Base, Row 2Row 2: Note: In…

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