Great Designs for Shaped Beads: Tilas, Peanuts, and Daggers
The last several years have produced the largest explosion of new seed bead shapes, sizes, and colors in the history of modern beading. Jewelry artists are craving expert guidance on how to use these unique new bead shapes to their best advantage. Enter Anna Elizabeth Draeger! This adored author has developed over 50 creative ideas for stitching with Tilas, peanuts, and daggers and collected them all in her exciting new book, Great Designs for Shaped Beads. Stay on the cutting edge of this trend with Anna’s new collection.
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100 cylinder beads 110 your thread 150 seed beads 3mm bicone crystals 3mm drop bead 3x10mm dagger beads 80 seed bangle bead 150 seed bead added bead b–c bead your thread bead’s point facing beaded bead Beading needles beads in place beadwork to exit bottom hole bracelet Tila beads brick stitch chainnose pliers COLORS clasp color-B complete the round Czech desired length edge beads end the thread Fireline 6-lb grams 150 seed green tea herringbone last stitch leaving a 6-in long drops loop Magatama matte metallic metallic iris Miyuki necklace olivine pairs of chainnose peyote stitch Pick up five Pick up four Pick up three picot previous round previous row purple remaining hole Repeat steps Repeat this step Retrace the thread right-angle weave ring band row fig sew back spacer bar step fig step to complete stop bead Swarovski thread exited thread path top hole two-hole tile beads