Create a treasured collection of necklace and earring sets that are sure to astound and make a statement. Author Jeanette Shanigan shares six beadwork techniques to create 23 projects. You need not to be an experiences artist because the simple, photographed instructions cover projects for all levels of beadwork. Each technique in Beaded Adornment includes beginners to advanced projects. The designs themselves are sure to please, some are intrinsic and appeal to your nature-loving side, while others satisfy a desire for an antiquated and charming appearance. These designs and techniques enable self expression as well as inspire gift ideas for your friends and family. Begin with a complete overview of the necessities required to do beadwork. Then review the basic techniques, photographs and line drawings to make every step a cinch.
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4-inch tail 4mm bead Alaska Allow to dry AMULET Attach ear wires back stitch barrel clasp bead tip beads and pass beadwork and trim brick Bring the N&T bugle cabochon carefully cut center bead CENTER fourth clear nail polish close the crimping color A beads Continue adding cord crimping bead crimping pliers dangle increases Delica beads ear post edge beading four beads GEMSTONE BEADS glue head pin hole indicated number large beads Leaving a 4-inch loom loomwork loop of thread loose tail medallion N&T back necklace clasp Note number of beads NYMO Pass the N&T peyote stitch piece of leather Put a needle quills Reinforce Repeat steps rice bead rows of back single bead soft flex wire square knot strand of thread String a crimping String five String the dangles strung beads third bead three beads three color tiger tail trim thread unknotted strand Weave the N&T weft thread