Beadwork, April/May 2014

The April/May issue of Beadwork is bursting with fresh ideas for spring! Make flirty peyote bangles, stitch a pair of sparkling reversible earrings, create an exquisite necklace with artistically shaped tubular-herringbone components, and more. Plus, learn Turkish bead crochet, build crystal-cored beaded beads, and use peanut beads to form a pretty component bracelet.

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DESIGNER OF THE YEAR PROJECTS
   
GALACTIC GLAMOUR NECKLACE FORMAL AFFAIR BRACELET
Glenda Paunonen and Liisa Turunen Leslee Frumin
   
SKYSCRAPER NECKLACE DUALITY NECKLACE
Laura Andrews Christina Neit
 
PROJECTS
   
PASSEMENTERIE BANGLE APOLLO GOLD NECKLACE
Alice Coelho Sandie Bachand
   
GENIE GEMS BRACELET SANIBEL MEDALLION
Stefanie Deddo-Evans Evelína Palmontová
   
CONFECTION CUFF SAFFRON BLOOMS BRACELET
Csilla Csirmaz Evelína Palmontová
   
THISTLE FLOWER EARRINGS TWISTED TURKISH ROPES
Melissa Grakowsky Shippee Kathleen Lynam
   
QUADRILLE BRACELET LAYER CAKE CUFF
Sandie Bachand Maria Teresa Moran
 
DEPARTMENTS AND FEATURES

DEPARTMENTS

  • Passing Through
  • W.O.R.D. (What Our Readers Did)
  • Contributors
  • The Challenge
  • Cool Stuff
  • Techniques
  • Bead Buzz

FEATURES

Custom Cool: Marquises and Triangles and Squares—Oh, My!
by Melinda Barta
Use basic right-angle weave and peanut beads to form a surprisingly substantial component base, then add a simple edging to form it into a marquise or other shape.

Bead Artist
by Chloe Chatenever
Meet bead artist Jennifer Maestre

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