Bead-Making Instructions for Beaded Beads: How to Make Beads from Beading Daily

Sep 24, 2010

Kristal Wick
Kristal Wick
is the editor of
Beading Daily.

My recent obsession with seed beads has completely changed how I view my DIY (Do It Yourself) world, as well as added hundreds of new projects to my "must do" jewelry-making list. I love sharing this passion with my Beading Daily readers, and I'm super excited about these four new free projects; Bead-Making Instructions for Beaded Beads: How to Make Beads from Beading Daily.

You’ll learn how to make triangle-shaped beaded beads, as well as the ever-popular tubular peyote, herringbone, ladder, square, and brick stitches.
Bead-Making Instructions for Beaded Beads: How to Make Beads from Beading Daily  

All of the beaded-bead patterns in come with great step-by-step instructions, colored diagrams, and materials and tools lists. My fave part is the Artist’s Tips. For example, Carol Huber Cypher recommends stuffing her Beaded Pillow Beads with herbs, scent, affirmations, amulets, or milagros, instead of felt.

   
Bead-Making Instructions for Beaded Beads: How to Make Beads from Beading Daily  

Lynn Davy's Going Bananas uses five different stitches. This particular necklace is like a seed-bead–stitched sampler, and you'll know the secrets to all five stitches by the time you've completed this beauty.

   
Bead-Making Instructions for Beaded Beads: How to Make Beads from Beading Daily  

Party Girl Necklace by Robin Cowart pretty much says it all! This project includes wireworked links to your beaded beads for a fun twist.

   
Bead-Making Instructions for Beaded Beads: How to Make Beads from Beading Daily  

Mel Jonassen says you can use her D-oh Nutz beads for earrings, hair accessories, as well as beaded tires on a miniature car! Vroom, vroom!

   

Don’t hesitate to forward this email to your bead-loving friends. Everyone who wants to learn the ropes of bead making and beaded-bead jewelry will find something fun in this FREE bead-mania eBook! Claim your free eBook today! 

 

Try out a few and you'll be hooked like me. So grab your needles and seed beads; let's get stitching!

Come bead with me.

 

Creatively,

 

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Suzy Nash wrote
on Sep 24, 2010 1:08 PM

Thank you so much for this ebook, it will be perfect inspiration for me for some Christmas presents I want to make. Suzy.

lsmoore wrote
on Sep 25, 2010 12:29 PM

Having an issue with the instructions for the diagonal bead. Instructions state "for rows 9-31, continue steps 7 &8". However, if I continue, I run out at row 16. Tried it twice now. Also, that means you don't have that tube coming out of the end of the bead, which makes me think there is a part missing in the instructions. Thanks, Shirley

PurpleLynn wrote
on Sep 28, 2010 12:22 PM

I am excited to try some of these beaded beads.  These projects have such a variety of shapes and types.  Thanks for this interesting and inspiring eBook.  Lynn

beadz4fun wrote
on Sep 28, 2010 2:52 PM

Thank you for this ebook, I can't wait to try these. It is always nice to have something different to try out, plus it gives me some great new ideas for several projects. Isabell

kirby2468 wrote
on Sep 28, 2010 7:47 PM

This email came out with 5 beaded beads.  There was a diagonal  one like a croissant that is no longer there.  That's the one I really liked.  Where did it go?

immprest wrote
on Sep 29, 2010 6:40 AM

Where is the pattern gone of the bead that looked like a croissant? I liked that one and now that one is gone?!? The other four are still there....

Kristal Wick wrote
on Oct 1, 2010 2:47 PM

Hi Gang!

Glad you all like these FREE projects we put together for you. Sorry to say, the Diagonal bead instructions are incorrect and we will not be able to publish them.

Enjoy the Pillow Beads, D'oh Nutz, Party Girl Necklace and Going Bananas projects! You know what I'll be doing this weekend...

Creatively,

Kristal