Beadwoven Jewelry

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Lesley Weiss
Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Bead-stitched projects are favorites of so many beaders that the editors of Bead&Button, America's favorite beading magazine, have compiled the best of the past ten years into one must-have volume. Best of Bead&Button: Beadwoven Jewelry presents earrings, bracelets, and necklaces in the magazine's signature style, with easy-to-follow step-by-step directions plus illustrations and photos. Basic techniques, including peyote stitch, netting, loom weaving, and more are fully explained so that beginners can enjoy the same great results as more advanced crafters. Beadwoven jewelry has a long, rich history--now today's beaders can add to that history with projects from Best of Bead&Button: Beadwoven Jewelry. Bead&Button, America's favorite beading magazine, brings readers a wealth of beautiful beading projects, techniques, and inspiration with every issue. Every project is tested by the editors and includes step-by-step photos and complete instructions.

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If you are not interested in this wonderful book, I am surprised. Whether it you enjoy making beadworks or not you will always learn more about the Huichol people at least. Colors, figures are so changing you can also create your own patterns. This book is so great!
But if you want to grab some real unique Huichol bracelets you can always go to <a href="" name="" alt="">, they will have something that will suit you. It is difficult to start making them and sometimes it is good to have a real version before starting making them so you get to the goal easier.


Fiery blooms necklace
Floating rings necklace
Cones of many colors
Layered loomwork pendant

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