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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Loomwork Sample
Square Stitch Sample
Bead Crocheted Star Sample
Ocean Waves Bead Crochet Bag
Purple Vine Crocheted Bracelet
Needle Tatted Lampshade Fringe
Needle Tatted Mirror Case
Shuttle Tatted Pin Cushion
Tambourwork Sample
Needlepoint Glasses Case
Bead Embroidered Chatelaine
Blue and Copper Bracelet
Wirework Beaded Bracelet
Beads and Wire Floral Detail
Star Christmas Ornament
Graph Papers
Supply Sources
Artists in This Book
Bibliography
Glossary
Index
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The Complete Guide to Beading Techniques: 30 Decorative Projects

The Complete Guide to Beading Techniques: 30 Decorative Projects

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Beaded Elegance at it's BestBeads can go everywhere, from intricate home decor accents to dazzling jewelry. Learn how to create unique, beaded works of art yourself in this complete guide of beading techniques. Even if you have never worked with beads before, you'll quickly learn how to bead like the pros. After introducing basic terms and tools, Jane Davis guides you through more than a dozen techniques, and you will complete samples to reinforce the skills learned. As, if you are an experienced beader, you will not be disappointed - advanced techniques and projects are included just for you.Complete guide of beading techniques, including:Brick and ladder stitchLoomworkPeyote stitchCrochetKnittingTambourworkTattingWirework30 beautiful step-by-step projects, such as:JewelryPinch purseTable settingsPincushionChristmas ornamentsBusiness can holderLampshadeBoxesPerfect for beaders of all skill levelsFully illustrated with lavish photos of antique and contemporary beadwork
Beaded Elegance at it's BestBeads can go everywhere, from intricate home decor accents to dazzling jewelry. Learn how to create unique, beaded works of art yourself in this complete guide of beading techniques. Even if you have never worked with beads before, you'll quickly learn how to bead like the pros. After introducing basic terms and tools, Jane Davis guides you through more than a dozen techniques, and you will complete samples to reinforce the skills learned. As, if you are an experienced beader, you will not be disappointed - advanced techniques and projects are included just for you.Complete guide of beading techniques, including:Brick and ladder stitchLoomworkPeyote stitchCrochetKnittingTambourworkTattingWirework30 beautiful step-by-step projects, such as:JewelryPinch purseTable settingsPincushionChristmas ornamentsBusiness can holderLampshadeBoxesPerfect for beaders of all skill levelsFully illustrated with lavish photos of antique and contemporary beadwork

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Publish date: Feb 12, 2001
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A far more accurate title would be "The Basic Guide to Some Beading Techniques". Brick, Ladder, and Square stitches are fairly detailed, with written instructions and diagrams. Bead crochet and knitting have a minor amount of written instructions. Bead embroidery has virtually no instructions, but wastes a full page to a diagram showing the layout for a bead fringe, i.e. strung beads (page 119).Most of the projects with instructions are pretty, but are things that intermediate to advanced beaders have, probably, already done. The best part of this book are photos of some gorgeous beadwork, but there aren't instructions in the book for these creations. I was an advanced beader when I purchased this book, and I did not garner any new knowledge from it.I strongly recommend checking this book out from a library before you purchase it. I wish I had.
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