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Expert tips and tricks for making beaded jewelry are at your fingertips–anywhere you go. Beading VISUAL Quick Tips has the answers you need. With detailed color photos and concise instructions, it shows you how to make beautiful beaded jewelry using the hottest beading supplies and beading techniques: stringing and finishing beading wire, cord, thread, and ribbon; using head and eye pins; knotting between beads; creating beaded knots and lace; making tassels and fringe; weaving with the peyote stitch; beading with macrame knots and braids; and more.
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ISBN: 9781118153192
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Very nicely done beginning beader's manual. The photographs were stellar, the instructions very easy to understand, and the layout perfect. If you want to start beading and don't know where to begin, this is your book!more
I was trying to learn general stringing techniques from various project directions and could never find exactly what i needed when I needed it. So this is a big help. However, it isn't comprehensive. There is nothing here about using mono-filament (though I suspect it's fairly close to using thread). There's also a lot of overlap with instructions I have elsewhere, like macrame and bead weaving stitches.more

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Very nicely done beginning beader's manual. The photographs were stellar, the instructions very easy to understand, and the layout perfect. If you want to start beading and don't know where to begin, this is your book!more
I was trying to learn general stringing techniques from various project directions and could never find exactly what i needed when I needed it. So this is a big help. However, it isn't comprehensive. There is nothing here about using mono-filament (though I suspect it's fairly close to using thread). There's also a lot of overlap with instructions I have elsewhere, like macrame and bead weaving stitches.more
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