More Seed Bead Stitching: Creative Variations on Traditional Techniques

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Kalmbach, 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 95 pages
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"Beadwork is a puzzle with infinite solutions," says author and bead artist Beth Stone. In Seed Bead Stitching, she explored the many possibilities for creating jewelry with colorful seed beads and charming accents such as pearls and gemstones. In More Seed Bead Stitching, Stone, whose encouraging tone, creativity, and expert knowledge made the previous book so popular, includes new techniques, more variations on techniques, and more detail on concepts she previously introduced. The book contains a wealth of options for making gorgeous beaded jewelry. After outlining the basics and supplies, Stone presents a series of styles such as Ndebele, Daisy, Inspiration, Peyote, and Spiral, with variations for each. Equally useful for crafts of any skill level, the book includes a dozen different fringe techniques; strategies for combining tubular stitches and accent beads; a section on skinny stitches; and a bonus project of square pillows.

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User Review  - love2craft -

I had purchased the first book by this author and just fell in love with all the beautiful sititches! The second book did not disappoint either. I am really enjoying both books and would highly recommend them to anyone who beads or wants to start! Read full review

more bead stitching

User Review  - phredsqt -

This is a wonderful book for bead stitching........the best one i have seen for instructions both written and visual.....if you are like me and wanting to learn more of this wonderful artform this is the one to get....the author does a great great job Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Beth Stone has been a jewelry designer and teacher for more than sixteen years. She lives in Michigan.

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