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Bead Crochet

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Free Pattern - A Simple Twist Beaded Necklace and Bracelet

Add a bit of sparkle to any outfit with A Simple Twist Beaded Necklace and Bracelet set - Make them in all your favorite colors!

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How to Do Crochet Bracelet

In this step-by-step video tutorials you will see how to make bracelet with seed beads. Yarn : 100% cotton yarn, 169 meters in 50 grams;  hook 1.3 mm or 2.0 ...

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Такой любимый бисер — Схемы вязаных жгутов | OK.RU

Фотоальбом Схемы вязаных жгутов группы Такой любимый бисер

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Bead crochet pattern seed bead bracelet pdf beading master Class jewelry make necklace Crochet Rope PDF tutorial geometric rhombus

Bead crochet pattern seed bead bracelet tutorial pdf beading master Class jewelry make necklace Crochet Rope PDF tutorial geometric rhombus Real bracelet with this pattern - https://www.etsy.com/listing/507110958 Other bead crochet rope pattern - https://www.etsy.com/ru/shop/EmerantJewelry?ref=hdr§ion_id=22032658 SIZE Circumference 14 Total number of rows 105 The pdf in English will be available for download after payment received. You find your PDF file in the MY ACCOUNT -> PURCHASES section on Etsy. Since this is a PDF file, you can only view it with a compatible program like Acrobat Reader. No exchange cause it is impossible. NOTE. This is not tutorial. This pattern assumes that you have intermediate to advanced knowledge of crochet bead making. If you are a beginner in doing bead crochet, this pattern is not suitable for your skill level. You can use youtube video for "bead crochet tutorial" as a tutorial. This pattern is intended for personal use only. Please do not copy, transmit, or otherwise reproduce the whole pattern or any part of it in digital, printed or other media unless for personal backup purposes. I propose a model of a bracelet, not a bracelet. If you want a necklace or a bracelet with this pattern, please contact me. Sincerely, Svetlana

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BEAD MOSAIC PATTERNS

Every year I admire the stunning outfits. Simply the number of crystals must be sewn onto everyone? So, in honor of all things Strictly, shimmer and bling, I believed I would share some sparkly …

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Bead crochet pattern 18 around, Seed bead necklace bracelet pttern, Beaded crochet rope pattern, Crochet jewelry pattern PDF

Bead crochet pattern 18 around, Seed bead necklace bracelet pttern, Beaded crochet rope pattern, Crochet jewelry pattern PDF This is a pattern for purple bead crochet necklace. SIZE Necklace 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) in diameter, when using beads Preciosa Czech (10,0). Length depends on the number of repetitions. The pdf in English will be available for download after payment received. You find your PDF file in the MY ACCOUNT -> PURCHASES section on Etsy. Since this is a PDF file, you can only view it with a compatible program like Acrobat Reader. No exchange cause it is impossible. NOTE. This is not tutorial. This pattern assumes that you have intermediate to advanced knowledge of crochet bead making. If you are a beginner in doing bead crochet, this pattern is not suitable for your skill level. You can use youtube video for "bead crochet tutorial" as a tutorial. This pattern is intended for personal use only. Please do not copy, transmit, or otherwise reproduce the whole pattern or any part of it in digital, printed or other media unless for personal backup purposes. I propose a model of a necklace, not a necklace. Real necklace with this pattern - https://www.etsy.com/listing/522357921/ Please visit my shop to see my other creations - https://www.etsy.com/ru/shop/EmerantJewelry Thank you for shopping at Emerant. If you have any questions, please contact me! Sincerely, Svetlana

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Desvendando o croche - profissional

Descubra o SEGREDO DAS CROCHETEIRAS PROFISSIONAIS para fazer LINDAS PEÇAS EM CROCHÊ e AMIGURUMI!

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Tutorial: Peyote stitched slide bead

I finished up this copper Viking wire woven necklace today. A friend asked me if I had a tutorial for the peyote stitched slide beads that I make to go with the wire weaving, and I didn't. But I took pictures as I was working today, so hopefully this will help. I found it was hard to take good pictures of such tiny beads! First, I gathered my materials. I used 2 colors of Miyuke glass Delica beads. These are cylindrical in shape, and very regular. I put them in a watercolor dish while I was working. Scissors, a beading needle, and some Nymo thread rounded out the materials. I put an even number of beads on my needle. I wanted just enough to go snugly around the wire chain of the necklace. In this case, that was 12 beads. I ran my thread back through the beads again... ...and continued on through one more bead around. When I pulled the resulting loop tight, it made a nice circle around the wire weaving. I left a 4-6 inch tail of thread, to weave in at the end of the project. Oh, I probably had a yard of thread that I was working with, so I didn't have to start a new thread part way through the project. The trade off in working with a long length of thread was that I had to deal with the working thread tangling. Running the thread over a chunk of bees wax helped. Ok. I put one bead on my needle. I skipped one bead in the circle, and ran my needle through the next bead. With a little convincing, the bead that I just added hopped on top of a bead in the previous row. I continued around the circle of beads in this way. Skip a bead, go through a bead. Skip a bead, go through a bead. When I got back around to the beginning of the row, I had to 'step up'. I went through the last bead in the row below me, and then also through the first bead of the row I just finished. This is probably the hardest row in the whole project to complete. The next row around cinches everything into place. Again, skip a bead, and go through a bead. When you get back to the beginning... ...your work should look something like this. Now, I wanted to start the spiral pattern. Every other bead that I added in this next row was white instead of bronze. In the next row, again every other bead was white. After a few rows, I had a nice spiral developing. I continued on with this spiral pattern until I had the slide bead just about as long as I wanted it, and switched back to all one color of beads. A couple of rows of solid color finished off the project. I wove the remaining tail of thread back down and around into the beadwork, making tiny half hitches around the working threads. I tugged the knots into the beads to hide them. Then I went back and did the same to the tail end of thread that I had left at the other end. And there I had it! A beaded bead. I have used this same technique to make an entire necklace of beadwork, without the wire core. It makes a colorful, light weight, and flexible necklace.

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