Anyone read these?

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BeadPassions wrote
on Jan 8, 2013 1:19 PM

Hi beady buddies.  I laughed reading Quinettakj's post about her library.  I have been beading and collecting bead books since 1997.  There were so few books on beading back then that I bought everything!  That continued, along with my love of all things beady ... and now I have, out of necessity (and desire), my own bead studio in the 3rd bedroom with a HUGE bookcase of  books filed by category.  My problem is that there is no more room, and I have a stack of "to be filed" books that is 2 feet high.  And yes, I read them and go back to them constantly.  Don't think for a minute you can have too much reference material if you are a serious beader!

By the way, Beadwork Magazine is the very best out there for seed beaders!  (my humble opinion, of course)

Lindy ... in the redwoods of the San Francisco Bay Area

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ssouza wrote
on Feb 6, 2013 1:42 PM

I know this is after Christmas; however, I find our local library (the library is a cooperative and allows books to be checked out from all municipalities in the county) provides many titles and sometimes I can find these book there. Hope this helps you in your search.

 

Hope this helps.

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on Feb 14, 2013 12:08 AM

I have Mastering Beadwork, its my fave book! And turns out i l already know how to do some of the patterns, as I have done items from tutorials elsewhere, and did not learn the names of the techniques until i got this book!!

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Summer152 wrote
on Apr 11, 2013 1:07 AM

I haven't read them but I will

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pinkpancakes wrote
on May 22, 2013 7:23 AM

Umm.... no, not really, haven't heard any of these names before :(

The right dating services are pretty easy to find.

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