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Bead Embroidery Jewelry Projects

Autor: Jamie Cloud Eakin
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454708155
File Size: 27,99 MB
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Features step-by-step instructions on making embroidered beaded jewelry, including the loop-de-loop necklace, whimsical collar necklace, and fringed drop wire earrings.

Dimensional Bead Embroidery

Autor: Jamie Cloud Eakin
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454710769
File Size: 4,88 MB
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Jamie Cloud Eakin shows beaders of all levels the mechanics of more than 30 indispensible techniques for bead embroidery--a process that involves sewing beads onto a fabric base. With step-by-step instructions, helpful diagrams, and gorgeous photography, Eakin covers everything from common surface stitches to decorative fringes and picot. Readers can create nine breathtaking pieces, from dazzling earrings to an elegantly accented purse.

Break The Rules Bead Embroidery

Autor: Diane Hyde
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454707615
File Size: 14,91 MB
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Features unconventional jewelry projects featuring found items, including a necklace made from a spoon, earrings made from pen nibs, and a bracelet made from hinges.

Sherry Serafini S Sensational Bead Embroidery

Autor: Sherry Serafini
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454710370
File Size: 23,92 MB
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An accessible guide to bead embroidery from Sherry Serafini--one of the world's most acclaimed bead artists and teachers. Sherry Serafini's sensational pieces have won admirers for their lavish and richly beaded surfaces. Here, she explains the fundamentals behind her work, from stitches to color theory, and lays out 25 beautifully textured projects. The stunning designs range from a Spiked Angel Brooch to a "Bling Ring," and each one features fabulous focal-point beads--including a polished stone cabochon and a scintillating crystal rivoli.

Bead Embroidery

Autor: Yukiko Ogura
Publisher: Japan Publications Trading
ISBN: 9784889962154
File Size: 10,19 MB
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Even beginning beaders can learn to add beauty and texture to their needlework projects with this practical, user-friendly and vividly illustrated guide. The author offers step-by-step instructions and diagrams to help novices and experts alike master the techniques. Full-color photos of a wide variety of motifs will inspire readers to create their own unique, personalized embellishments to jeans, jackets, sweaters, bags, shoes, scarves, pillows and more.

The Spirit Of Bead Embroidery

Autor: Heidi Kummli
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871167565
File Size: 22,76 MB
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Discover the many layers of bead embroidery. Through 14 astonishingly beautiful projects, including one from Sherry Serafini and one from Margie Deeb, Heidi Kummli guides beaders to a greater understanding of how to infuse their jewelry with deeper meaning. From animal totems, to the four elements, to the healing power of gemstones, beaders will create pieces that reveal how the natural world can enhance their jewelry-making journey.

Beading With Cabochons

Autor: Jamie Cloud Eakin
Publisher: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781579907181
File Size: 28,17 MB
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With this gloriously photographed and illustrated manual at hand, beaders can create awe-inspiring jewelry. It's the only current, comprehensive guide to working with cabochons--a flat piece of rock or mineral--and it covers all the basics, along with a range of new creative techniques and hot trends. Find out which tools and materials to use, which beads work best, and how to wrap them round the stones. Craft turned, pointed, twisted, brick stitch, ruffled, or scalloped edges, or add decorative fringe. For something dramatic, combine more than one cabochon in a single piece. Or, instead of natural stone, use dichroic glass or other found objects. Make a glittering brooch, funky bracelets, a wearable art necklace, and other showstoppers.

Inspired Bead Embroidery

Autor: Sherry Serafini
Publisher: Kalmbach Publishing Co
ISBN: 1627003886
File Size: 22,93 MB
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For years, fans have been asking for a new title from Internationally known artist and instructor Sherry Serafini, renowned for her lavish beaded surfaces — and this book is it! Sherry's adventurous designs have appeared in numerous books and well-known magazines. Rock stars Steven Tyler, Lenny Kravitz, and Melissa Etheridge have worn her beaded works of art. In Inspired Bead Embroidery, Sherry offers 15+ exciting new projects that combine her textured designs with eye-catching focal beads. The gorgeous, 128-page hardcover book explains the fundamentals and aesthetics behind Sherry's work, from stitches and materials to color theory. Sherry's textured, dimensional projects include earrings, cuffs, collars, and two fashionable purses. The creations incorporate seed beads, cubes, triangles, drops, daggers, cabochons, leather, fiber, and more. Each projects includes concise instructions, well-chosen process shots, and diagrams. A gallery at the end of the book provides even more inspiration for experienced beaders looking to take their work in new, more exploratory directions.

The Art Of Bead Embroidery

Autor: Heidi Kummli
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 162700078X
File Size: 9,53 MB
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Renowned bead embroidery artists Heidi Kummli and Sherry Serafini share their secrets for creating beautiful beadwork. This inspiring book is perfect for those who want to learn to create gorgeous jewelry and art pieces and those seeking design ideas. Discusses tools, adhesives, and materials and has an illustrated guide to favorite stitches, fringes, and finishing techniques. Twelve projects.

Soutache Bead Embroidery

Autor: Amee Sweet-McNamara
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871167506
File Size: 16,40 MB
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Amee K. Sweet-McNamara introduces readers to an old material in a new way, where they can practice new embroidery skills, and create gorgeous, unique pieces of jewelry. Amee’s secret ingredient is soutache, a type of colorful cord that she winds, binds, and stitches into place. The first section of this book focuses on learning the techniques, while the second section teaches readers how to incorporate these techniques into beautiful soutache projects. With photos and illustrations taking the reader every step of the way, beginners will start with small earrings and work up to necklaces, cuffs, and pendants, while experienced stitchers can dive right into the new design ideas.

Soutache

Autor: Anneta Valious
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454707578
File Size: 9,31 MB
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Presents thirty designs for beadwork jewelry incorporating soutache, or decorative fabric braids, and includes tips on stitching soutache, securing crystals on a work, and backing the beadwork.

Bugle Bead Bonanza

Autor: Jamie Cloud Eakin
Publisher: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781600593888
File Size: 23,68 MB
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Instructs crafters on a variety of techniques using bugle beads, sharing 30 thematically organized projects including a Victorian choker, a parallel weave bracelet and a black-and-white pouch. Original. Crafters Choice.

Sherry Serafini S Sensational Bead Embroidery

Autor: Sherry Serafini
Publisher: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781600596728
File Size: 16,57 MB
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A top designer, who counts the Hollywood elite among her fans, explains the fundamentals of bead embroidery and provides instructions and photos for 25 stunning projects. 10,000 first printing.

Explorations In Beadweaving

Autor: Kelly Angeley
Publisher: F+W Media, Inc.
ISBN: 162033478X
File Size: 9,85 MB
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Learn how to create beautiful and layered jewelry projects with freeform beading! Explorations in Beadweaving starts with common beadweaving techniques and shows how to improvisationally combine them into stunning and unique creations. Author Kelly Angeley teaches peyote, herringbone, right-angle weave, and bead embroidery in a series of practical tutorials, then adds additional elements such as fringe, embellishment, metal components, found objects, and focal beads. Throughout the book, she guides the reader toward a more improvisational approach, from making different color choices to mixing and matching elements and techniques. Many projects will have a variation showing different colors or different elements. This book offers solid basic beading techniques and also gives you the tools to either make small but satisfying customizations or move right into improvisational methods. Get the confidence you need to create your own freeform designs!

Bead Play With Fringe

Autor: Jamie Cloud Eakin
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781500777418
File Size: 20,10 MB
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All-star beadwork author Jamie Cloud Eakin turns her attention to the fabulous fun of fringe. Although adding fringe to beadwork is popular, there is no other comprehensive book that catalogues and details the unique aspects of fringe. The techniques detailed include standard, loop, kinky, branch and several twisted/spiral fringe styles. There are 30 projects for beaders to hone their skills while creating beautiful beadwork. Ms Eakin is known for her ability to explain and illustrate beading techniques and also includes considerations for fringe design in this must have book for beading enthusiasts.

Designer Bead Embroidery

Autor: Kenneth D. King
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
ISBN: 9781589232723
File Size: 21,23 MB
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"Original designs for beaded borders, backgrounds, edgings, motifs, and fringes to embellish bridal, evening, and casual fashions. Complete basics section teaches the stitches and skills needed"--Provided by publisher.

The Art Of Bead Embroidery

Autor: Margaret Lee
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780992314477
File Size: 24,85 MB
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"By applying the time-honoured techniques and traditions of Japanese embroidery, beautiful beaded motifs are brought to life. Discover a whole new world of beading through the pages of this superb book which includes detailed step-by-step diagrams, full descriptions of the techniques involved and fabulous photography. Nine stunning projects are included ranging from simple beginner designs to a sumptuous evening bag."--

Artistic Seed Bead Jewelry

Autor: Maggie Roschyk
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 1627000313
File Size: 8,77 MB
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Experienced seed bead artist and Bead&Button contributing editor Maggie Roschyk gives friendly advice on topics like choosing bead colors and finishes, how to “audition” beads, and deciding which stitch to use to achieve a desired effect as they create necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Using rich cultural imagery from around the world as a teaching tool, Maggie Roschyk examines how decisions about bead color combinations, texture, and finish affect the finished work as she helps readers think like designers.

Textured Bead Embroidery

Autor: Linda Landy
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 9781627000444
File Size: 20,80 MB
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Textured Bead Embroidery offers a new perspective on traditional bead embroidery. Author Linda Landy embraces the colors and shapes of all types of beads — including cubes, drops, daggers, bugles, triangles, and more — to create unique looks for beadwork. Beaders learn to make 12 creative textured projects ranging in size and complexity, including earrings, pendants, brooches, bracelets and cuffs, and neckpieces. A gallery of inspiration showing other texture possibilities completes this book. Also, this book includes a CD that contains six of the patterns from the book as an added bonus.

Beautiful Beadweaving

Autor: Isabella Lam
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 1627004726
File Size: 27,43 MB
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This book contains 25 gorgeous projects which focus on creating detailed, stitched jewelry. Isabella’s original designs use common stitches such as peyote, herringbone, and right-angle weave and materials to make stunning wearable beadwoven jewelry. Her concise instructions incorporate step-by-step photographs that easily guide readers through the process of making necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Additionally she uses materials that are easy to find: seed beads, pearls, gemstones, and crystals to make each piece unique.