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Beadwork June July 2011

Beadwork June July 2011

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INSPIRËDDESIGNS
FOR
THE
PASSIONATEBEADER
s
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sensational
jewelry
projects
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with
colorful
beads,
p.40
Textiles
inspire
beautiful
iewelry
3
new
designs,
p.
59
 
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RtN
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I
)
Melinda
ARTIST'S
TIPS
e
!f
using"lapanese
or
Czechseedbeads
in
place
of cylinder
beads,
you may
have
to
ad"iust
the
number
of
beadsused
for
Rounds
'1
and
2.
Be
sure
aneven
number
of
beads
surroundsthe
pearl
(includingthe
anehor
beads).
.
The holes
ofthe
crystalrounds
can
be
sharp andcut
your thread,
so
it's
besttowork
Rounds
4
and
5
with
slightly
loose
tension,
then
pass
through
all
the
beads
inthese
rounds
again
to
reinforce.
'
When
stringing
a
cornpônent,
pass
yout'needle
or
wire betweenthe
beads
of
Rounds
1-3
before
and
after
passing
through
the
hole of
the
pearl.
TBCIINTQtTM
tubular
peyote
stitchpicot
PRO.IEC'I'LEV
EL
8
,
'
See
p.
94
for
helpful techniqueand
p
r oj ect-
I
ev
el
i
nf
o
r
m
ati
o
n.
h,IATERIALS
&
TOOLS
Size
15'seed
beads
or charlottes
(A)
Size
1
1'
cylinder
beads
(B)34
(per component)2mmcrystalrounds
(C)Large-hole
14mmcrystal
pearl6lb
braided
beading
thread
ScissorsSize12
beadingneedle
FINtSllIlt)
9lZEz7
/a"
(component)
eylinder
beads,
tiny
erystal
-:
decorativepicots
givesilky
::
and
glamorcus
flair
Use
the
s=
elernents
to
enhance
your
s---
-
^
earringsrandm0re.
1) BEADEDBEAD.Ernbellish
a
Pearl
using
tubular
peyote
stitch:
.Anchor
bcads:
Leaving
a
4"
tail,
use
3'
of
threadto
string
the
pearland
1B;
pass
back
through
the
pearl.
String
1B,pass
through
the
peari
andthe
first
B.
and
pass
back
through
the
pearl.
Tie
a
knot
with
the
tail
and
working
threads
(Fig.t
-bluethread).
Pass
through
thenearest
B
(fig.
t
-red
thread).Rounds'!
and
2!
Stringi6B,
pass
through
the anchor
B on
the other
side
of
rhe
pearl,
string
168,and
pass
through
the
first
anchor
B
exited
(rig.
z)
,\o:-:,
Makesure
yourtension
is
not
too
tight;this
circle
of
beads
slc:-
j':
=
centered
perfectlr'on
ih:
:::':-
-
::'
:
srnall
spaces
ben.'eer:
:
e"
l.
t:
:-..--:
--
Round
3:
Work
IBin
ea;l--=--::
-:.
l
Round4:
Work
lC
in
eaci.
:::::---'i:
:1
i
through
beads
to
esir
Rou:-
i--:'
Round
5:
Work
lC in
each
srirch
::--:i-=beads
in
Round
1.
2)
EMBELLISHMENT.
\feare
th:::.:'
beads
toexitRound
2
.
String
3-{:
I
=..
throughthe
nextbead
ofRound
I
Repeat
around
for
a
total
of
17
picc:.
G,s.
s).
*
MELINDA
BARTA
is
senior
editorof
B;a;
':
''
magazine.
She
is
the author
of
the besr-se
-
.
books
Custom
Cool
Jewelry
(lnterweave,
2CC
S
andHip
to Stitch
(lnterweave,
2005)
and
coauthor
of
Mixed
Metals
(lnterweave,
2009
Visitwww.melindabarta.com.
RÊSOURCES
Check
your
local
bead
shoporcontact:
Swarovskipearls:
Fusion
Beads.com,
(888)
781
-3559.
FireLine
braidedbeading
threac
Delica
cylinder
beads,Swarovski
rounds,
and
all
other
materials:
BeyondBeadery,
(800)
840-5543wwwbeyondbeadery.com.
*
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beads
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Fig.
5:
Embel[ishing
.,
."
picots
16
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com
 
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Year
ARTIST'S
TIPS
r
Afraid of
color?
Do
yourself
a
favor
and invest in
a
small
color
wheel.
lt
is
a
wonderfultoollr
Work the
rings
on
the
tight
side
so
they
hold
their
shape
well.
lf
you're
a
lightstitcher, the
trick
is
to
tighten
each
stitch
as
you
go;
then,
instead
of
letting the
thread drop whileyou
pickup
thenext
bead,
tuck the thread
behind
the
forefinger
ofyour
holding
hand whi!e
you
pickup
the next
bead,
TECHNTQUES
flat
and
circular
peyote
stitch
netting
PROJECT
LEVEL
OOC
See
p.
94
lor
helpful technique and
p
roj ect-l evel
i
nf
or
mati
on.
RING
COLORS
Mix
your
own bead colorcombinations
or
follow
the colors
Cynthia
used
in her desîgn
Note:
Rin85
4-
1
6
form
thecenter chain.
Ring
1 is
showninthe
top
rigft
of
photograph- Nng
16
is
illustrated
in
the instrudions,Ring
1: l,A,
Ç
Q
Ring
2:
M,
C,
F,
S
Ring3:
J,B,A,SRing
4:
M,
H,
B,
O
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Ring6: l,A,C,O
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K,B,D,SRing
8:
I
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R
Ring
9:
M, A, A,
O
Ring
1O: N,
F,
[,
R
Ring
11
:
i"
E,
D,
R
Ring12:
L,D,Da
Ring
1
3:
K,
A,
A,
P
Ring 14:
\.
B, B,
R
Ring15:
iC
C,R
Ring16:
M,A,B,SRing 17:
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G,
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O
Ring'18:N,H,B,O
Ring
19:
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