9781627001526

Stitching with Two-Hole Shaped Beads

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  • ISBN13:

    9781627001526

  • ISBN10:

    1627001522

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/3/2015
  • Publisher: Kalmbach Books

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Summary

Stitching with Two-Hole Shaped Beads gives jewelry makers new ideas for using popular two-hole beads. Stitchers will learn how to use squares, Tilas, SuperDuos, rullas, bricks, disks, and more to create over 25 beautiful, geometric projects. These gorgeous bracelets, earrings, and collars are made with five stitches including herringbone, peyote, square stitch, right-angle weave, and Virginia’s unique new stitch, the 'cluster stitch'. As always, Virginia’s clear illustrations and instructions help all beaders understand and execute each piece with success.

Author Biography

Virginia Jensen is a designer/teacher of bead weaving and the author of Cube Bead Stitching and Contemporary Cube Bead Designs. Her beaded designs have appeared in many leading beading publications, including Bead&Button magazine. Virginia is co-founder of her area’s Art Jewelers Guild and shares her talents for beadwork through her own website. She lives in Grand Junction, CO.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Materials and Tools
Basic Stitching Techniques
About Shaped Beads

Project Chapters

1 Criss-cross stringing
2 Peyote and square stitch
3 Braid and herringbone stitch
4 Right-angle weave
5 Step stitch
6 Cluster stitch

Resources
About the Author and Acknowledgments

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