Beadwoven Jewelry

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Lesley Weiss
Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
Readers will be inspired by more than 25 outstanding stitched-bead projects from Bead&Button magazine in Beadwoven Jewelry. Instructions for making earrings, bracelets, and necklaces include easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and images. Various techniques--netting, herringbone stitch, peyote stitch, loomweaving, and more--are explained in detail to help readers complete projects that will appeal to experienced and novice beaders alike.
 

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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!
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Contents

Basics
4
Huichol bracelet
12
Cabochon connection bracelet
20
Fiery blooms necklace
26
Rainforest band
32
Floating rings necklace
41
Circuitry collar
96
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