In bead crochet, the beads are strung on your yarn or fiber
before starting to crochet. Bead crochet ropes are soft and supple, and can be
used either on their own with some fancy cones or end caps or with your
favorite handmade art glass and ceramic beads. Tapestry bead crochet results in
a flat piece of crochet that has been studded with beads, and can be used to
make cuff style bracelets, brooches, necklaces, pendants, or bags.
We've selected four of our favorite beading projects that
use bead crochet to get you started with this wonderful beading technique!
Whether you like to make long, undulating ropes of bead
crochet or you prefer the technique of tapestry bead crochet, you’ll find
something in our bead crochet eBook to get you crocheting with beads.