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  • Create a Mother's Day Bracelet With Crystals

    Mother's Day is coming up, and if you're like me, you are a last-minute shopper. This year, consider making something for Mom that will mean so much more because you hand-crafted it especially for her! Mom will think of you every time she wears one of these beautiful beaded bracelets customized...
    Posted to Inside Beadwork Magazine by Kate Wilson on Apr 17, 2014
    Filed under: Crystals, Stringing, Bead-weaving, Seed Bead Patterns, Beaded Beads, Pearls, Bead Making, Beaded Jewelry Design, Beads, Bracelet Making, Jewelry Making
  • Nifty Knotting: 4 Different Looks with Knotted Cords and Ribbons

    When I don't have an idea for a specific jewelry design, I like to pick a technique and repeat it with several different beads and materials. After making a few samples, I'll often get the spark of an idea for a necklace, bracelet, or pair of earrings. Today I'm sharing my recent experiments...
    Posted to Inside Jewelry Stringing Magazine by Michelle Mach on Apr 16, 2014
    Filed under: Stringing, Pearls, Bead Making, Glass Beads, Crystals, Beading Tools, How to Bead, Beads
  • Memory Wire Tips Plus a Free Project!

    The stacked-bracelet trend is still going strong! It's easy to get that stacked-bracelet look by using Memory Wire and several strands of your favorite beads. For added interest, insert a fun button in the center. If you've never heard of Memory Wire before, this is a rigid coil of wire that...
    Posted to Inside Jewelry Stringing Magazine by Debbie.Blair on Apr 9, 2014
    Filed under: Stringing, Bead Making, Beading Tools, How to Bead, Bead Crafts, Beads
  • Tips For Successful Bead Stringing Projects

    Like a lot of bead-weaving enthusiasts and artists out there, I got started stringing beads before I picked up a needle and thread and started stitching. When I think back on how I got started with bead stringing, I go back and forth between cringing and laughing at myself -- I really had no idea what...
    Posted to Daily Beading Blogs by Jennifer VanBenschoten on Apr 4, 2014
    Filed under: Beaded Beads, Bead Making, Stringing, How To Bead, Beading Tools, Beaded Jewelry Design, Beads, Jewelry Making, Beading Daily
  • Get Kitting

    Have you checked out TierraCast’s selection of Quick Kits yet? I recently did and am a big fan of not only the final product but the process as well! These kits are available in a variety of different styles, which means there is bound to be one you will enjoy, too! Their Quick Kits are known for...
    Posted to Inside Jewelry Stringing Magazine by MLenhausen on Apr 1, 2014
    Filed under: Stringing, Bead-weaving, Beads
  • My Favorite Resources for Creating Outstanding Beaded Wedding Jewelry

    Even though I still see a good foot or more of snow on the ground outside my window, the calender is telling me that it's almost spring -- and that means it's almost time for wedding season! Up here in the Adirondacks, many couples choose to celebrate their wedding during the summer months when...
    Posted to Daily Beading Blogs by Jennifer VanBenschoten on Mar 28, 2014
    Filed under: Pearls, Crystals, Beaded Beads, Bead Making, Stringing, Glass Beads, How To Bead, Seed Bead Patterns, Bead-weaving, Mixed Media Jewelry, Beaded Wedding Jewelry, Bead Crafts, Beaded Jewelry Design, Beads, Jewelry Making, Beading Daily
  • What's the Best Way to Polish Sterling Silver Jewelry?

    In November and December of last year, I sold a number of sterling silver earrings in a local shop. That's the good news. The bad news? The few unsold pairs came back heavily tarnished. It's not the end of the world, but it has made me pause and rethink my idea of making more of this particular...
    Posted to Inside Jewelry Stringing Magazine by Michelle Mach on Mar 26, 2014
    Filed under: Stringing, Wire Jewelry, Chain Maille, Bead-weaving, Earring Making, Beads, Beading Daily
  • Tips For Beaded Kumihimo From A Beginner

    From Jennifer: Warning: Doing kumihimo with beads is totally addicting. If you're thinking about learning how to do beaded kumihimo, you should know that you will fall head over heels for this easy Japanese braiding technique. You'll be buying up size 6 seed beads by the kilo. You'll start...
    Posted to Daily Beading Blogs by Jennifer VanBenschoten on Mar 26, 2014
    Filed under: Peyote stitch, Bead Crochet, Beaded Beads, Bead Making, Stringing, Herringbone Stitch, How To Bead, Seed Bead Patterns, Bead-weaving, Kumihimo, Bead Crafts, Beaded Jewelry Design, Beads, Jewelry Making, Beading Daily
  • Spring Essentials

    It gives me great hope that the official first day of spring tomorrow will bring the sunny days and warmer temps that many of us have longed for during one of the wettest, coldest winters in recent memory. So get ready to bust out your flirty skirts, shorter sleeves, and colorful accessories! In honor...
    Posted to Inside Jewelry Stringing Magazine by Debbie.Blair on Mar 19, 2014
    Filed under: Stringing, Jewelry Stringing Magazine
  • 7 Ways to Explore Fine Bead Crafts

    Thanks to beaders like those of you reading this (no, really -- thank you!), bead-weaving and jewelry making have evolved and been accepted by a much wider audience as fine bead crafts. Look at the artists showing their work in any high-end craft show, and you'll find a healthy selection of artists...
    Posted to Daily Beading Blogs by Jennifer VanBenschoten on Mar 17, 2014
    Filed under: Bead Embroidery, Peyote stitch, Crystals, Beaded Beads, Bead Making, Stringing, Glass Beads, Wire Jewelry, How To Bead, Seed Bead Patterns, Bead-weaving, Beading Tools, Mixed Media Jewelry, Bracelet Making, Bead Crafts, Beaded Jewelry Design, Beads, Jewelry Making, Beading Daily
  • April Whispers

    Designer: Danielle Fox Techniques: Stringing, Crimping Danielle paired Swarovski's coral crystal pearls with translucent aqua Lucite rounds and floral dangles made with Lucite flowers, resulting in this feminine, springtime necklace.
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Stringing Editorial on Feb 1, 2012
    Filed under: Stringing, Stringing magazine
  • Amethyst Tryst

    Designer: Alison Sly Originally Published: Stringing Magazine Technique: Stringing, Wirework Several shades and shapes of amethyst are showcased in this stone-rich, three-strand necklace.
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Erin Carey on Jun 2, 2010
    Filed under: Wirework, Stringing, Interweave Free Beading Project, Interweave Free Beading Daily Project
  • African Riverwalk

    Made with Sterling Silver, African Turquoise and Riverstone, this set is a graduation present for a friends daughter. It definitely fits into her beach lifestyle and can be worn with her entire wardrobe of jeans. A little touch of Irish with the Celtic knot adds a little fun.
    Posted to Reader Photos by Bonny1028 on May 24, 2010
    Filed under: necklace, bracelet, jewelry, beaded, bead, sterling, beaded necklace, one of a kind, beading, sterling silver, Earrings, beads, braclet, stringing, toggle clasp, sterling earrings, beadwork, beadart, chic, fine silver, sterlin silver, accessories, artisan silver, designs, stone, One- Of -A- Kind, bead work, handmade, art, gift, artisan, african turquoise, earchains, riverstone
  • Babylonian Dreaming

    Designer: Joan Tucker and Lana Weed Published: March 19, 2010 Technique: Beadwork and Stringing Babylonian Dreaming was originally published in Step by Step Beads , November/December 2008.
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Erin Carey on Mar 3, 2010
    Filed under: Stringing, Step by Step Beads, beadwork, Interweave Free Beading Project, free project
  • A Walk in the Forest Necklace

    Designer: Jennifer Judd Published: October 30, 2009 Technique: Stringing Download A Walk in the Forest Create an earthy focal piece using semiprecious stone and crystal dangles. This project is from Stringing ® magazine.
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Tricia G on Oct 29, 2009
    Filed under: Stringing, pearls, crystals, gemstones, Interweave Free Beading Project
  • Autumn’s Last Vine

    Designer: Pam and Angie Thien Published: November 20, 2007 Technique: Stringing The bright orange jade and black silver beads along with the pink gold vermeil leaves in this princess-length necklace depict the abundant harvests of autumn-—a burst of bright orange before the grayness of winter.
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Knitting Daily on Nov 19, 2007
    Filed under: Stringing, pendant, necklace, Stringing magazine, vermeil, autumn designs, Interweave Free Beading Project
  • Amazon Nights

    Designer: Marlene Blessing Published: October 9, 2007 Technique: Stringing This simple but elegant two-strand necklace by the editor of Beadwork magazine originated with artist Jana Roberts Benzon’s intricately patterned polymer clay beads. The leafy motifs in both the beads and the silver bail...
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Knitting Daily on Oct 3, 2007
    Filed under: Stringing, multistrand necklace, necklace, Beadwork magazine, Interweave Free Beading Project
  • Amulet Purse

    Designer: Jenny Dowde Published: September 24, 2007 Technique: Bead Crochet, Crochet, Fringe, Stringing, Wirework The front of this sumptuously beaded bag, featured in the book Crochet Jewelry by Waejong Kim and Anna Pulvermakher, is embellished with crocheted flowers, and the purse is finished with...
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Knitting Daily on Sep 22, 2007
    Filed under: Wirework, Stringing, Fringe, Bead Crochet, Crochet, bag, books, Interweave Free Beading Project
  • All That Jazz

    Designer: Eva Sherman Published: July 23, 2007 Technique: Stringing Combine the classic timelessness of silver with the contemporary shape of curved tubes to create this unique necklace that is equally at home with a little black dress or a denim shirt. A photo of this project appeared in Stringing magazine...
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Knitting Daily on Jul 21, 2007
    Filed under: Stringing, silver, necklace, Stringing magazine, Interweave Free Beading Project
  • A Stroll in the Garden

    Designer: Carol Horan Reesha Published: March 16, 2007 Technique: Stringing, Wirework The sweet smell in the air, bright greens of new growth, a peek at a first bloom—we must be in the garden on a spring afternoon. Carol found this necklace of faceted green chalcedony ovals, sterling silver, and...
    Posted to Free Beading Projects by Knitting Daily on Mar 15, 2007
    Filed under: Wirework, Stringing, necklace, Stringing magazine, Interweave Free Beading Project
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