The Only List of Herringbone Stitch Projects You’ll Need
Herringbone stitch in beadwork is also known as Ndebele, drawing that name from the South African tribe that developed this beadweaving stitch. Herringbone stitch can be started using a ladder of seed beads in a manner similar to brick stitch, or it can be started using a more traditional method that is similar to flat peyote stitch. Herringbone stitch is an extremely versatile beadweaving stitch and can be done in flat, tubular and circular variations. Tubular herringbone stitch is a widely used method for creating intricate beaded ropes, and flat herringbone stitch can be shaped simply by using a variety of sizes of beads in the beadweaving.
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First you’ll learn pro tips on herringbone stitch beading, and then you’ll have six projects with which to get started. This ebook is the whole package.
Using two-hole lentil beads juxtaposed with seed beads, you’ll work up this beaded rope in no time.
If you’re looking for a new way to make bead flowers, you’ll love this necklace, which consists of a twisted herringbone rope that meets at a delicate flower.
Turnarounds are never easy to master, but this tutorial breaks it down step by step.
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This downloadable ebook features more than 300 detailed illustrations to accompany 21 projects designed by Beadwork editor Melinda Barta.
This pattern is the ultimate simple necklace project for someone new to the flat herringbone bead stitch. And its simplicity makes for a very elegant result.
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Watch and learn as Melinda Barta walks you through six step by step beading lessons, including flat, tubular and spiral (twisted tubular) herringbone stitch.
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This quick and easy guide has tips for the advanced and a step by step guide for first timers at this bead stitch.
Rolling a tube of paper as a guide? Bet you’ve never thought of that one before.
Learn why herringbone stitch has become this beader’s first choice when making bezels, and tips on how she does it.
This creative twist on a classic will have you scrambling to get more twin beads as you create flat herringbone bands with them.