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15
Projects

Kinga
Austria: 18.00 EUR · Switzerland: 29.40 SFr · USA: $24.99

Guide:
Nichols
Rock the Beads
All my threads
Reportage: Retrospect:
Lauscha – 400 year old BEADERS BEST 2017
glassmaker town
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Editorial

Summer fresh projects!


Dear Beaders,

Perlen Poesie 33 arrives as usual with fantastic


projects and lots of useful tips …

… for example, on the subject of "beading


materials": What are the differences and what
is suitable for which jewelry project? Beginning
on page 20, you will find the answers to these
questions and more useful information.

The jewelry of our main protagonist Kinga Nichols


(USA) attracts everyone’s attention. For you, the
former art student and trompe l'oeil (optical
illusion) artist – or illusionist – has designed
magnificent bracelets in embroidery using silk
braids, buttons and beads. Don’t worry, they are
stronger than they look! Just as beautiful – but
completely different in appearance – the bracelet
by Oxana Ripela (Slovak Republic), which she had
designed for the IBA 2016 (From Cubism to Art
Deco) in various beading techniques – Take note:
difficulty level 5!

Find out more about beautiful and practical


things on the news pages, accompany us on a trip
to the 400-year-old glassworks city of Lauscha in
Thuringia, Germany and let yourself be inspired
by snapshots of the BEADERS BEST Bead Art Fair
from April of this year in Stuttgart, Germany.

Last but not least: Take part in IBA 2017. Show


that – and how – technology and nature are 3
compatible. Well-known sponsors are standing by

2 017 to surprise 11 winners: JOHN JAMES, PRECIOSA,


MATUBO, MIYUKI, MODASTRASS, STARMAN,
TOHO. Submission deadline is September 1, 2017.
www.perlen-poesie.com/iba-2017

I wish you a lot of incentive – and fun.

All the best,

Andrea Ott
Editor-in-chief

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Contents

10
Rock the
Beads
Kinga Nichols: Get to know this
exceptional artist and let her inspire you!

15 Project 14
Projects 24
Square Stitch | Peyote | RAW | Beadweaving

Royal Blossom Bracelet 1 2 3 4 5

Time
Cost
Level
The name says it all: The artist created this
sophisticated jewelry design for the IBA 1 2 3 4 5
2016, which had the motto “From Cubism to Bezel ri18: Cut 1.5 m
(59.1˝) of thread and
Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass
again through the bead
Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass
through the next underly-
Repeat step 3 for 45 times. Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass
The current round consists back through the next un-
Art Deco: Clear Lines!“ thread a needle. Pick up
48 sb15-a and close them
the thread exited from.
Pass through the newly
ing sb15-a. Pass forward
through the newly added
now of a total of 47 sb15-a. derlying sb15-a. Continue
through all sb15-a of the
into a circle with a firm added sb15-a, the work- sb15-a. 1st round. Tighten the
double-knot. Pass for- ing direction will change. thread. Turn through the
ward through some of Thoroughly tighten the newly added sb15-a.
the beads. thread in a way that the 8 9
new sb15-a sits close to
the underlying bead.
6 10

7
8 9
Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass Pick up 1 sb15-a, pass back
back through the sb15-a through the next sb15-a
6 after the next and through of the previous round and 10
Pick up the ri18 and posi- the next sb15-a (= pass pass forward through Repeat steps 7–9 for eleven more
tion it in the ring in a way 7 back a total of 2 sb15-a). the newly added sb15-a times (= a total of 36 sb15-a). At
that its edge lies between Back: Pick up 1 sb15-a Pass forward through the (= 1 square stitch). the end, pass forward through the
the two beaded rounds. and pass again through newly added sb15-a. sb15-a added first in the current
Tip of the artist: Alter- the bead the thread exit- round. Tip: Try if the inserted crys-
natively you can insert the ed from. Pass through the tal is truly firmly enclosed. If neces-
crystal later when about sb15-a, the working direc- sary pass through the rounds again
2/3 of the next round of tion will be reversed. with high thread tension.
square stitch is finished.
This will prevent that the
80 stone drops off the project 81
several times while you are 12 13 14 15
working and thus you will
be more concentrated
on the firmness of 6
7
1
the stitches. 5
4 3
2
www.etsy.com/shop/Ofbeaddesigns

Materials
Size 17 cm x 6.5 cm (6.7˝ x 2.6˝) 11 12 13 14
15 g Preciosa Charlottes 13° crystal terra metallic (18503); sb13 5th round: Start accord- 6th round: Start according 7th round: Start according 15
10 g Toho Seed Beads 15° permafinish galvanized rose gold (PF551); sb15-a Designed by ing to step 7. Repeat steps to step 7. Four times repeat to step 7. Repeat step 9 five Close the back: Pick
10 g Toho Seed Beads 15° semi glazed rainbow turquoise (2634F); sb15-b Oxana Ripela, 8 and 9 for 9 times, work steps [8, 9, 9], again work times. Pick up 1 sb15-a, up 1 sb15-a, pass back
1 Swarovski Rivoli #1122 18 mm crystal golden shadow; ri18 step 8 one more time step 8 one more time and pass back through 2 sb15-a through the beads 2 and
Slovakia

For your calendar!


2 Swarovski Cushion Cuts #4470 12 mm erinite; cc (= a total of 20 sb15-a). once step 9 (= a total of of the previous round. Pass 1. Pass through the newly
4 Swarovski Chatons #1028 8 mm erinite, ch At the end pass forward = 15 sb15-a). At the end, forward through the newly added bead. Pass through
12 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 6 mm crystal golden shadow; ri6 through the sb15-a added pass forward through added sb15-a. Pass back the beads 4 and 3, then
8 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm crystal golden shadow; bc4 11 first in this round. the sb15-a added first in through the next sb15-a pass back through new-
6 Swarovski Bicones #5328 3 mm crystal golden shadow; bc3 Start the 4th round ac- this round. and the previously passed ly added sb15-a. Pass
6 Swarovski Bicones #5328 2.5 mm crystal golden shadow; bc2 cording to step 7. * Repeat through 1st sb15-a. Pass through the beads 6 and
1 decorative slide lock 3 loops silver step 8. Twice repeat step forward through the new- 5, then back through the
Beading thread polyamide transparent* 9. Repeat from * for five ly added sb15-a (= a total newly added sb15-a. Pass
1 beading needle #15 more times (= a total of of 7 sb15-a). Pass forward through bead 7. Secure the
1 scissors or thread burner 30 sb15-a). At the end through the sb15-a added thread and trim.
* The artist recommends thin transparent beading thread for this project, because it pass forward through the first in this round.
will not be visible between the beads and passes comfortably through the tiny beads of sb15-a added first. k
this project several times.

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“Harmony of nature and technology!”


Submissions: Something for everyone is
June 1 –September 1, 2017
www.perlen-poesie.com/iba-2017 guaranteed; the information about
degree of difficulty, time involved
Projects from readers
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Time
Costs
Level

Deadline for submissions for issue 34:


Juli 15, 2017 (see also page 64) right for you.
Summer

Editorial 3
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Contents
Find of the Season: Delft
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Threads
Secure connections: with so many threads on the market – which one
Die BEADERS BEST 2017 should you use? Our thread and wire guide will bring you up to date and
in Retrospect 7, 90 help you to find the right type for different jewelry techniques.

Lauscha
News | Calendar 8
Artist portrait:
Kinga Nichols 10
Guide: Threads 20
Projects
1. SunStarDust necklace 24
2. Sea Spirit necklace 32
3. Baroness bangle 37
4. Hera’s Tears jewelry set 40
5. Aydela pendant 45
6. Clover jewelry set 48

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7. Daisy bangle 52 A long tradition: Glass and glass products have been
8. Bling Blossom produced in the Thuringian forests for centuries. In Lauscha,
400 continuous years and still going strong! 5
brooch | barrette (hair slide) 55
How did that go again?
Tubular Peyote
9. Nym pendant
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61
BEADERS BEST 2017
10. Zeta necklace 62
11. Annie jewelry set 65
Lauscha, a glassmaker town 70
12. Helin bracelet 74
13. Toscana bead 77
Recommended Reading 79
14. Royal Blossom bracelet 80
Bead Shop Directory 86
Tips and Tricks 89
15. Cover Project A feast for the senses: 3 days immersed in the world of professional bead
Baroque Button Cuff
Preview | Imprint
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98
jewelry designers with countless workshops and visitors from many parts
of Europe.

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Find of the Season:

Delft
T
he beaded painting in blue tones, reminiscent design using beads. She used them to "paint" opulent,
of Delft ceramic painting, was designed by floral pictures with a pronounced feeling for detail and
Dorothea Therese Plenhart (1924-2015) and depth. The artist left behind paintings, small furniture
fashioned in three-dimensional bead embroi- and textile room accessories decorated with 6.5 milli-
dery. The former ballet dancer and choreographer, who on glass beads– stitched bead for bead in thousands of
lived her later life in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands), hours. You’ll find a detailed account of Dorothea Therese
could no longer continue in her profession because of Plenhart’s “Beaded Room” in one of the next issues of
an unhealed knee injury – and found her way to artistic Perlen Poesie. Andrea Ott v
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The BEADERS BEST 2017

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A Good Atmosphere
The BEADERS BEST 2017 at the BEADERS BEST
Bead Art Fair Crossover, April 2017 in Stuttgart.
The exhibiting and workshop-giving artists were kept very busy by the constant
stream of visitors. Nevertheless, they were often able to interest visitors to spontane-
ously decide to participate in their courses on beading techniques; most bead enthusi-
asts had selectively pre-registered for the master courses. The BEADERS BEST area
was next to the Mineral-Fossil-Jewelry Fair in Stuttgart, Germany where it attracted
the attention of the classic jewelers and those interested in the purchase of handmade,
finished jewelry. (Continued on page 92) k

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1) Lampwork bead course with Silke Gröber.
2) The bead makers’ stand. 3) From the
display: Jewelry by Joanne Zammit.
4) Jewelry by Nadya Gerber is modeled.
5) From left to right: Thorsten Grotke-
Wegner, Kinga Nichols, Apollinarya
Koprivnik, Nadya Gerber. 6) From the
display: Jewelry by Annetien Bergmans for
“From Cubism to Art Deco”. 7) A jewelry 7
purchase. 8) Course in lampwork beads
given by Martina Schlemminger.
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News Calendar July 8 – 10, 2017 August 16 – 20, 2017 September 8 – 11, 2017
trendset Bead Fest Bijorhca
Messe München Greater Philadelphia Expo Center Paris Expo Porte de Versailles
Munich, Germany Oaks, PA, USA Paris, France
www.trendset.de www.beadfest.com www.bijorhca.com

Pre-cut Designs “Good” light


Cutout cuff blanks make possible a variety of designs Space-saving LED folding light. Convenient for home or travel.
using the openings that have been incorporated into Fits along with the beading tools in your handbag. Powered by
the metal. Suitable for embroidery, beadweaving and a battery; charged with an adapter or USB cable. Very com-
other techniques. The cuffs have a single oval, a single pact size: 18 cm (7.9˝) long x 4 cm (1.58˝) wide and 2.5 cm (1˝)
diamond, three round or three square openings. Widths thick. The lamp forms a zigzag and folds together to form a
range between 2.8 and 7.6 cm (1.1 and 3˝). Available in compact cuboid. Made of solid white plastic. With 18 LEDs,
brass with various finishes: gold, antique silver, rhodium two brightness levels. Can also be mounted on the wall.
and black ox. Available from, for example, Beadsmith. Available at, for example,
www.beadsmith.com www.kurzwarenland.de

8 Good to Know
This is what we have found for you. Send us your suggestions
at: editors@perlen-poesie.com

CALI Bead
A 3-hole bead of Czech glass in a tapering shape (curved on both sides, with
a double convex surface). CALI can serve as a spacer, as an accent and also
for framing in larger pieces that are made from smaller beads. Developed
by UK designer Patty McCourt. Named after her hometown – Cali – in
Colombia. Measurements: 3 x 8 mm. Available in over 50 colors and special
effects. Design example by: Fiona Scott and Fernando DaSilva.
www.johnbead.com

Calendar September 20 – 24, 2017 September 30 – October 3, 2017 October 26 – 29, 2017
Bisutex Intergem Bead Fest Tacoma
Ifema Feria de Madrid Messe Idar-Oberstein Greater Convention and Trade Center
Madrid, Spain Idar Oberstein. DE Tacoma, WA, USA
www.ifema.es www.intergem.de www.beadfest.com

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September 9 – 17, 2017 September 15 – 17, 2017 September 17 – 18, 2017
HanseLife KREATIV Bolzano HEXAGONE
Messe Bremen Messe Bozen Eurexpo Lyon
Bremen, Germany Bozen, Italy Lyon, France
www.hanselife.de www.fierabolzano.it www.hexagone.fr

Freshly wrapped Distinctive


1) Artistic Wire Coiling Gizmo Deluxe Winder - with this 2) The Hexagonal Shape Wire reflects light beautifully
hand-operated wire winder, you can make your own metal through its silhouette, especially when it is twisted, e.g. for
components, e.g. making spirals, which can be made into pretty bangles in different variations. In tarnish-resistant
beads or to cut jump rings from them. It is possible to do silver and brass. Available in thicknesses of 1.3 mm, 1.6 mm
multicolor wire combinations. Wrap bars are available for and 2.1 mm. Various lengths available.
larger and smaller spirals in five thicknesses: 4.5 mm, www.beadalon.com
4 mm, 3 mm, 1.5 mm and 1 mm. Has an adjustable clamp
for fixing to different table tops. With step-by-step
instructions. For further information and inspiration see
the product video:
www.beadalon.com/products/JTECONWIN1.asp

1 2
Worth seeing! Special Beads
The town of Desná (formerly German: Dessendorf) in 1 The new GemDuo, diamond-shaped with two holes, is flat
Northern Bohemia (Czech Republic) has a 170-year tradi- on top and bottom, the sides are facetted. Measurements:
tion in the continuous production of glass products. Today, 8 x 5 mm. Also with high-gloss finish. Available in over
it is the site of the glass and glass product manufacturer 75 colors at Starman.
Preciosa Ornela. The Museum of Glass and Jewellery in
Jablonec nad Nisou, 15 km away, takes this fact into ac- 2 The Prong bead (halved CzechMatesCrescent with only
count with a special exhibition on useful and decorative one hole) is now also available in saturated metal shades,
glass products from this region. The presentation is being such as Saturated Metallic Pink Yarrow and Saturated
compiled by the curator of the museum Petr Novy and Metallic Greenery. The bead measures 3 x 6 mm. Available in
the designer Jaroslav Bejvl. Runs from November 2017 – over 75 colors and coatings.
May 2018. Museum of Glass and Jewellery: www.starmaninc.com
www.msb-jablonec.cz

November 9 – 11, 2017 October 27 – 29, 2017 September 8 – 11, 2017


Bead Art Show Blickfang (Eyecatcher) Premiere Classe
Osnanbashi Hall MAK Wien Porte de Versailles
Yokohama, Japan Vienna, Austria Paris, France
www.bead-art-show.com www.blickfang.com www.premiere-classe.com

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Kinga Nichols

Rock the Beads


Imagination, fed by good
observation, becomes art!

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For a catacomb Saint

Kinga Nichols uses fine silk fabrics, various embossed and/or


glossy leathers, and in addition to glass beads also buttons, fresh-
water pearls, opals, gems, cabochons with pictures and whatev-
er else she found that matches. All edges are carefully bordered
with beads. The pieces are durable and made to last. Each shim-
mers in a different gently-graded color space. Time and again she
is inspired by the animal world. At one with themselves and thus
unaffected by human judgement, these creatures calmly look the
observer in the eye.

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she surprised the bead-loving public

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W
hat kind of a “beading type” are you? Do
you like it classic with a time-tested ap-
proach? Get ready for excitation Kinga
Nichols-style!
Born in 1980, Kinga Nichols came
from Salgoltarjan in Hungary and moved
to the USA at the age of 19, where she
now lives in Boulder, Colorado with her
husband and her dogs. In the last few
years she has surprised the bead-loving public with beadwork: her very
own style has attracted attention, she has placed well in several interna-
tional jewelry competitions (Battle of the Beadsmith, Bead Dreams), and
has even been able to give up her previous job to make her way as a bead
artist and instructor for bead jewelry courses. Continued on page 14 k
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Kinga Nichols

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Hildegard Pendant

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gave up her job

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Bee's Knees pendant/class project

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Kinga Nichols

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Baby Opossum with a silver spoon

I
t’s not easy to describe her style: it is both flamboyant, with a silky
brilliance and very colorful, then every so often takes on a delightful
absurdity, when she presents jewelry not only as a “beautiful design“,
but rather parallel as a “being” so whimsical and likeable …
The artist describes herself as introverted and not so much as an in-
tuitive, but more a thinking type “with ever-rotating gears in the brain”. She
studied art (without earning a degree), likes to read, and continually works
at improving herself – because “a person can also be a well-rounded, ver-
satile personality without a university degree”.
From the time she could hold a pencil in her hand, she has recreated
her world through her drawings. “Since the age of 6, I have been the proud
winner of a number of competitions in chalk painting – but all I had to show
for them were the sand pails that I had won! In elementary school I was a
member of the art club, in high school (secondary school) I was in a special
art class, and had I finished university, I would have been an art teacher.” Oni Pendant
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describes herself as an introvert

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New School Necklace

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Kinga Nichols

Amber Circles Bracelet

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Mink Opal Bracelet

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at the age of 6 was a proud winner of a number of painting competitions

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T
he road to designing with beads led through a series of de-
tours. At the age of 11, the medium came into her life for the
first time: for a whole summer, she made and gave away bead-
ed crocodiles. This passion quickly vanished again, with beads
re-entering her life when she was 27. At that time she was
earning her living by painting murals. Kinga tells us: “It was a nice job,
but as an introverted person, I found it stressful when the client would
stand behind me for days and ask me if the blue was really right for the
sky and whether it would match the curtains on the window. Yes, my cli-
ents were satisfied at the end, but having to explain to them that the blue
of the sky consisted of several layers, so you couldn’t judge the end result
after only the first one – no, that wasn’t for me. In a shop where I got acryl-
ic paint, I discovered a beading magazine. Spontaneously, I took it with
me, it promised to be a pleasing hobby, something for home – where no
one would ask me annoying questions. I bought a few inexpensive beads
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Kinga Nichols

Silver Garden Bracelet

Buddha Bracelet

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Boulder Opal bracelet

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after university she wanted to be an artist

and did a suggested project: a bead-embroidered bracelet. Then I set the


magazine aside and “invented” my first bead-embroidered necklace – it
looked more like a toilet seat … that was a few years before I saw other
publications or met beaders in person. I was captivated by beads, but
worked in a cultural vacuum and invented things that others had already
invented – without me – but that’s how life goes. A few thousand hours
of practice later, I had developed my own style.” Kinga has always stayed
with embroidery – no wonder, as it is still like painting. She also uses oth-
er techniques, but only if they serve her beloved technique, embroidery.
She allows the base to have its own voice: she combines fine silk fabrics
or shiny nappa leather with beads, mother-of-pearl buttons, glass eyes
and found or crafted curiosities into “compositions in Kinga-style”.

W
ho has supported her and where do her ideas come
from? Her answer: “Since we are all dwarfs, standing
Apple Pendant on the shoulders of giants, I have, of course, learned
from already well-known artists, specifically Beki Haley,
Marcia DeCoster [Ed. note: see Perlen Poesie 11] and
Nikia Angel. I also find the works of embroidery artist Sherry Serafini [Ed.
note: see Perlen Poesie 12] highly stimulating. Inspirations that turn into
jewelry come, for example, from the book I‘m reading, or the work of art
I‘m looking at. Sometimes it starts with a certain smell or with things that
my dogs do. My muse and my model is my female boxer, Samantha Re-
gina. Her love of water and swimming, yes, her enthusiasm for fish, has,
for example, sparked my imagination for jewelry with fish themes. I think
and think and finally an idea appears - mostly at night, before I fall asleep.
Samantha has such a charming underbite – it has made an imprint on
my heart and consequently in my art. I like the idea that the things that I
make have always existed somewhere else, and that they find me in their
idea-form because I have an antenna that perceives them, and that I am 19

essentially rebuilding them in reverse.”


Kinga Nichols teaches at the Kinga Nichols designs jewelry, sells kits with instructions, teaches from
BEADERS BEST 2017 in Stuttgart Alaska to Florida – 2017 for the first time in Europe (BEADERS BEST Bead
Art Fair). Her husband supports her – her two dogs Samantha Regina und
Karl Friedrich haven’t yet taken exception to her travels and are always
happily waiting for her at the airport when she returns. Concerning her
further life plans, she says that the idea that everything is repeated in an
eternal cycle is quite appealing to her and that she would like to remain on
this path – always learning something new. Her creed and her recommen-
dation: “Become who you are!” Andrea Ott

Opal wrap bracelet


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Guide

All My Threads
In discussions among bead enthusiasts, the question
frequently arises: “Which kind of thread should I use for
my project?” We then have to ask: “What kind of project
do you have? What technique do you want to use?
What beads are going to be used?”

(1) Jewelry wire (2) Beading silk

F
20 irst, you consider the planned necklace must never stretch and must while jewelry wire made of 7 strands is
project (e.g. necklace, 3-D be very tear-resistant, etc. indeed inexpensive, it is also a bit stiff
object or decoration), the If you are working according to in- and susceptible to kinking. With the in-
respective technique (e.g. structions from a project, it is advisablecrease in the number of strands, both
beadweaving, Soutache, to follow the materials list the design- the price and the quality and flexibility
wire wrapping) and the beads to be er provided. The use of another material rise as well: jewelry wire of 49 strands
used (from size 15° seed beads to (e.g. fishing line instead of nylon thread)
is so fine and flexible that you can even
clunky wooden beads) – and only then can lead to deviations from the intend- knot it.
can you pick the right type of thread. ed result. Beading silk (2), also called bead-
Here are a few examples: If you want Following, you will find various tech- ing silk thread or beading silk cord, is a
a supple drape to your necklace, or if niques and the types of threads that classic in jewelry making. The individ-
the technique itself requires a flexible work best for each one. ual necklace elements are optionally
thread, an appropriate choice would simply strung, or knots are placed be-
be, for example, a polyester or cotton Stringing tween each bead. The latter requires
thread. In the case of 3-D objects, firm- This simple technique makes use of practice, so that the knots are evenly
ness is desired, and when working with different types of thread. A good choice, placed between the beads, making the
Kumihimo, a somewhat stiffer thread especially for beginners, is jewelry wire necklace more flexible and – in case
makes sense, so the use of nylon (1), which consists of twisted strands of the necklace tears – no beads are lost.
thread is recommended. A thread for a stainless steel. With the help of crimp Therefore, this technique is often used
stretchable ring band must be elastic; beads, you can easily and quickly attach in necklaces with expensive natural
a thread for stringing large beads into a a clasp. Here, it is helpful to know that pearls. The knotting technique using

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Threads

(3) Braided cord aka interknitted


thread/braided fishing line
(FireLine brand)

(4) Nylon thread (5) Transparent nylon thread

(6) Elastic nylon thread (7) Leather cords

beading silk is also a good choice for beading (e.g. in peyote, herringbone or TOHO, KO-Beading Thread by Miyuki 21
heavy beads. brick stitch), it is most commonly rec- and Nozue Sonoko Beading Thread.
Another possibility for stringing ommended to use braided cord/fishing Each of these threads has specif-
beads is the use of braided cord (also line (3), such as, for example, FireLine ic characteristics that make it the ide-
called interknitted thread and/or braid- by Berkley) with a diameter of 0.12 mm al thread for certain projects; but basi-
ed fishing line), which doesn’t stretch, (= 6 lbs.) or a nylon thread (4). Braided cally all of these threads can be used for
as does monofilament fishing line. For cord is very thin, so that the small- the various weaving techniques.
stringing projects, the diameter 0.15 est of beads can be worked, yet is very Transparent nylon thread (5) is often
or 0.17 is used. The clasp can be sim- tear-resistant. Since the braided cord dismissed as being a “crafting thread”
ply and quickly attached using a crimp is somewhat stiff, the finished piece of – wrongly. It is slightly stretchy, almost
bead, just like with jewelry wire. jewelry is sturdy, so it can be used for invisible due to its transparency and is
three-dimensional objects, such as, for strong. Thus, 0.25 mm in diameter is
Beadweaving (with or without example, beaded boxes made in peyote. ideal for making 3-D beaded animals.
a loom) Nylon thread (4): If a flexible piece Tip: This thread is strong enough that
Weaving using beads can either be of jewelry is to be worked or a certain you can use it without needles.
done using a loom or by hand (using stretchability of the thread is required, One last member of the group "Nylon
certain techniques or freestyle). For then nylon thread is an alternative to Threads" is elastic thread (6), which
weaving with the loom, any non-elastic/ the braided cord/fishing line. The se- can best be worked using BigEye nee-
non-stretchy thread can be used. The lection of (multifilament, twisted) nylon dles. It is indispensable for making elas-
only prerequisite is that the diameter is threads for beadweaving is very large: tic bracelets or ring bands. Important to
suitable for the beads being used. For the most well-known include One-G by remember: the thinner the thread, the k

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Guide

(8) Polyester threads

(9) Colored wires

22 (9) Wires for wire wrapping (10) Various aluminum wires


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more elastic it is. For ring bands, a thin the beads, the thread can be carefully
very popular. Cotton or polyester
thread (e.g. 0.25 mm) is used; for brace- heated with a lighter and pulled out into
threads (8) are mostly used for crochet.
lets, diameters of 0.5 mm or more are a "needle". The thickness depends on the types of
better suitable. beads to be used (for 11° seed beads,
Micro-macrame thread in T-40 or buttonhole thread is
Kumihimo For micro-macrame, the slight- suitable), however it can be varied if the
For Kumihomo, all kinds of threads, ly stronger nylon threads (S-Lon or result is too loose or too tight.
from thin cotton thread to leather C-Lon) are also used. The stiffness of Cotton thread has a rather matte,
cords (7), can be used. However, for these threads facilitates uniform work dull surface, while polyester threads
Kumihomo with beads, the use of cer- and prevents the knots from loosening. are usually smooth and shiny. The use
tain stronger nylon threads which of cotton thread gives a more uniform
are commercially available under the appearance to the finished necklace.
names “S-Lon” or “C-Lon” is more suit- Crocheting with beads Crocheting a simple chain stitch rope
able. These threads are relatively stiff, The most well-known technique of using beads on wire takes a bit of get-
so they also help beginners achieve a bead crochet is tubular bead crochet, ting used to, but then goes quickly once
uniform result. As a "beginner project", for crocheting beaded rope necklac- you get the hang of it. Colored wires (9)
the use of seed beads in size 8° is rec- es (aka ropes). However, the Turkish with a gauge of 0.3 mm are used.
ommended, but smaller or larger beads crochet technique or simple chain
can also be used. As an aid in threading stitch ropes (rope necklaces) are also

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Threads

Wire Wrapping The characteristics of threads Polyester threads (8)


This is a very creative technique and and wires at a glance psuitable for crocheting with and
all kinds, colors and shapes of wire and Jewelry wire (1) without beads
beads can be used. In general, the thin- psuitable for threading pavailable in many colors and sizes
ner the wire, the easier it can be formed, ptear-resistant pnon-elastic/non-stretchy
however the more unstable is the fin- pstiff to flexible, depending on the pflexible
ished form. A balance between wire number of strands
gauge and bead size should be con- pavailable in various colors Nylon threads (4) (5) (6)
sidered. Thin wire is very flexible, but psuitable for Kumihimo, micro macra-
it also easily kinks and can even break. Copper wire (9) me, beadweaving
The advantages of thin and thick wire psuitable for wire wrapping, for mak- pavailable in many different colors
can be utilized by combining wires of ing beaded animals and for bead (incl. transparent) and sizes
different gauges in a piece of jewelry. crochet in chain stitch pslightly elastic/stretchy
Now you have references as to which pavailable in various colors and palso available as elastic thread
material can be used with which proj- gauges pavailable waxed and unwaxed
ect, with which technique and for which
beads. Let yourself be inspired, but Gold and silver wire (9) Cotton thread
not limited, and follow Albert Einstein: psuitable for wire wrapping psuitable for crocheting with and
“What is conceivable is also feasible.” pavailable in various gauges and without beads
grades of hardness pavailable in various colors and sizes
Tips pavailable in different shapes (round, pflexible
Thread length: Unless specifically square, flat)
recommended otherwise, a good arm Leather cords (7)
span of thread is used. Longer threads Aluminum wire (10) psuitable for stringing and for various
are unwieldy and tend to knot. psuitable for curved jewelry with and wrapping techniques
Stretching: Nylon or cotton threads without beads pavailable in various qualities
often retain their shape when they are pavailable in various colors and and colors
unrolled from the spool – which means gauges pavailable in various diameters
they are twisted – and are thus difficult pavailable in different shapes (round, and shapes 23
to work with. Just let the thread pass square, flat) and with different sur-
through your closed hand. Pull slow- face embossments Elke Reichert, Andrea Ott
ly and place constant pressure on the
thread with your thumb and index finger. Beading silk (2)
The pull and warmth of your hand has a psuitable for stringing and for the
smoothing effect on the thread. knotting technique
Waxing: The majority of beading pflexible
threads, such as One-G by TOHO, KO pavailable in various colors and sizes
Thread by Miyuki or FireLine by Berkley
are pre-waxed. The wax surface pre- Braided cord aka interknitted thread/
vents fraying of the thread and makes it braided fishing line (3)
stiffer. If necessary, the thread can be psuitable for beadweaving and
re-waxed at any time. For this purpose, stringing
both natural wax (beeswax) and artifi- ptear-resistant
cial wax are commercially available. pnon-elastic/non-stretchy
psomewhat stiff
pavailable in various diameters and in
a number of colors

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Project 1

SunStarDust
Necklace
Delicate and floral with
SuperDuo Duets.

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www.etsy.com/shop/moontique

Designed by
Moon Nguyen,
USA

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Herringbone | Beadweaving

1 2 3

Time
Cost
Level
1 2
Flower: Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of thread and thread Pick up 1 cp and pass through the inward 3
a needle. Pick up 10 sdd and close them into hole of the opposite sdd. Pass back through Pick up 1 sd and pass through the 2nd hole of
a circle by passing through all the beads the cp and again through the hole of the sdd the following sdd. Repeat this step all around.
again. Tie the threads tightly together, se- this step started from. Turn through the 2nd Turn through the 2 holes of the following sd.
cure the end of thread and trim. hole of this sdd.

6
4 5

6
Small leaf: Cut 1.5 m (59.1˝) of thread and
thread a needle. Pick up 1 sb8, 1 sb11-b, 2 sd
and 1 sb11-b. Firmly knot the threads togeth-
4 er, secure one thread end and trim. Pass for-
Pick up 1 wb and pass through the 2nd hole of ward through 1 sb8 and 1 sb11-b.
the following sd. Repeat this step all around.
Follow the thread path through all the beads 5 7
of this round again. Tighten the thread so Pick up 5 sb11-a, skip the wb and pass
that the element slightly curves upward. Go through the outer hole of the following sd.
forward through 1 wb and the following sd. Repeat this step all around. Secure the
thread and trim. Make a 2nd flower in the 7
same way. Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the
8 2nd hole of the following sd. Pick up 1 sdd and
pass through the 2nd hole of the next sd. Pick
up 3 sb11-b and pass through the next sb11-b,
10
1 sb8 and 4 sb11-b

8 11
Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the out-
er hole of the sdd. Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass
through 4 sb11-b, 1 sb8 and 7 sb11-b. 10 11
25
Skip 1 sb11-b and pass through the next Large leaf: Cut 1.5 m (59.1˝) of thread and
2 sb11-b. Pass forward through the adjacent thread a needle. Pick up 1 sb8, 1 sb11-b, 2 sdd
9 hole of the sdd and 2 sb11-b as shown in the and 1 sb11-b. Firmly knot the the threads to-
diagram. Secure the thread and trim. Make gether, secure 1 thread end and trim. Pass
one more small leaf in the same way. forward through 1 sb8 and 1 sb11-b.

9 12 13
Pick up 5 sb11-b and pass through the fol-
lowing 3 sb11-b, the respective adjacent hole
of the sd, sdd and sd as shown in the diagram
and through 5 sb11-b.

Materials 12 13
Width 2.5 cm, length 42 cm (without clasp) Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the Pick up 3 sb11-b and turn through the 2nd hole
49 SuperDuo Duets green turquoise / ivory luster; sdd 2nd hole of the following sdd. Pick up 2 sd of the following sd. Pick up 1 sdd and pass
62 SuperDuos opaque cream alabaster pastel; sd and pass through the 2nd hole of the next sdd. through the 2nd hole of the next sd. Pick up
3 Swarovski Crystal Pearls 4 mm gold #001-296; cp Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the next 3 sb11-b and pass through the next 4 sb11-b,
30 imitation pearls 3 mm white; wb sb11-b, 1 sb8 and 4 sb11-b. 1 sb8 and 7 sb11-b.
5 g Toho Seed Beads 8° ceylon banana cream; sb8 k
5 g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° ivory pearl ceylon (591); sb11-a
10 g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° transparent chartreuse
AB (258); sb11-b
2 wire guardians
1 toggle and bar clasp
Fireline 6 lb .15 mm crystal
1 beading needle #12
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14 15 16

14 15 16
Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the 2nd hole Pick up 5 sb11-b and pass through the fol- Skip 1 sb11-b and pass through the next
of the sdd of the previous step. Pick up lowing 3 sb11-b, each following hole of the 2 sb11-b. Pass through the adjacent hole of
3 sb11-b and pass through 3 sb11-b, the adja- sd, sdd and sd as shown in the diagram, then the sdd and 2 sb11-b according to the dia-
cent holes of 1 sdd, 2 sd and 1 sdd as shown pass through 5 sb11-b. gram. Secure the thread and trim.
in the diagram, then pass through 6 sb11-b.

17 18 19

17 18 19
Assembly of the center part: Secure a piece Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the sb11-b
of thread in one flower and exit the sb11-a at 2nd hole of the sd. Pick up 1 sb11-b and pass before the sb11-a of the 1st petal and this sb11-a.
the tip of 1 petal. Pick up 1 sb11-b, 1 sd and through the sb11-a at the tip of one petal of
1 sb11-b and close them into a circle by pass- the 2nd flower, in doing so make sure that the
ing through the sb11-a of the tip of the petal. curved side of both flowers face forward. Pick
Pass forward through 1 sb11-b and the adja- up 1 sb11-b and close the circle through the
cent hole of the sd. 2nd hole of the sd.

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20 21

21
Pick up 6 sb11-b, pass through the sb8 of a
small leaf and pick up 2 sb11-b. Pass back
through the sb11-b picked up fourth. Pick
up 3 sb11-b and according to the diagram
pass through the sb11-a at the tip of the
petal of the 2nd flower. Pick up 3 sb11-b and
pass through the middle sb11-b below the
20 connecting sd. Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass
According to the diagram, pass through through the sb11-a this step started from.
all Roc11 around the sd. Pass through the Continue through 6 sb11-b as shown in
sb11-a of the 1st flower and continue until you the diagram.
have passed through the sb11-a of the next
tip of one petal.

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DESIGN BY Jana Shweiki

VERTRETUNG HERSTELLER PRECIOSA ThornTM


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Project 1 || Herringbone | Beadweaving

k 22 23

23
Repeat steps 17–21 to reinforce the at-
tachment of the 2nd small leaf. Secure
the thread and trim.

22
According through the diagram, go for-
ward through the external sb11-a until you
24
10 1
have passed through the sb11-a of the tip
of the petal after the next. Pick up 6 sb11-b 9 2

and pass through the sb8 on the large leaf.


Pick up 2 sb11-b and pass back through the 8 3
4th sb11-b. Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through
the sb11-a of the next tip of a petal. As shown
7 4
in the diagram, go forward through the ex-
ternal sb11-a until you have reached and 6 5

passed through the sb11-a of the third suc-


ceeding tip of a petal.
28

24
Chain: Make 1 small leaf, do not trim the thread, but go forward to
and through the sb11-b at the tip of the leaf. Pick up 3 sb11-b and
pass through the sb11-a at the tip of the 2nd petal of the 3rd flower.
Pass back through the newly added 3 sb11-b until you have passed
through the sb11-b at the tip of the petal. Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass
25 through the sb11-a at the tip of the 3rd petal of the 3rd flower. Pass
back the the newly added 3 sb11-b until you have passed through the
sb11-b at the tip of the petal. Pass through the following 9 sb11-b un-
til you have passed through the sb8.

26

25
Attach 1 more small leaf to the sb8 of the 1st leaf. Go forward to and 26
through the sb11-b at the tip of the leaf. Pick up 1 sb8, 1 sb11-b and Pick up 2 sb11-b, 1 sdd and 2 sb11-b and close them into a circle
1 sb8 and close them into a circle by passing through the sb11-b at the through the sb11-b from which this step started. Go forward through
tip of the leaf. Go forward through 1 sb8 and 1 sb11-b. 2 sb11-b. k
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Project 1 || Herringbone | Beadweaving

k 27 28

27 28
Pick up 3 sb11-b and 1 sd and pass through the 2nd hole of the sdd of Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the 2nd hole of each of the 2 sd.
the last step. Pick up 1 sd and 3 sb11-b and pass through 8 sb11-b as Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through 5 sb11-b, skip the sb11-b at the tip
shown in the diagram. and continue through the next 8 sb11-b.

29 30

29 30
Pick up 1 sb11-b, 1 sb8 and 1 sb11-b and pass through 8 sb11-b, skip Repeat step 25. (*) Pick up 1 sb11-b, 1 sd and 1 sb11-b. Close them
the sb11-b of the tip, pass through the following 9 sb11-b and the sb8. into a circle by passing through the sb11-b the thread exited from. Go
forward through 1 sb11-b and the adjacent hole of the sd.

31 32

31 32
Pick up 3 sb11-b and pass through the 2nd hole of the sd. Pick up Pick up 3 sb11-b and stitch through all 11 sb11-b around the sd,
3 sb11-b and pass through 6 sb11-b as shown in the diagram. exiting from the 2nd picked-up sb11-b of this step.

33 34

30
33 34
Pick up 1 sb8, 1 sb11-b and 1 sb8 and close them into a circle through Exit the last middle sb11-b, pick up 1 sb8, 2 sb11-b and 1 sb8 and
the sb11-b this step started from. Repeat step 30 from (*), steps close them into a circle through the sb11-b this step started from. Go
31 and 32, but in doing so but insert 1 sdd in the center this time. forward through 1 sb8 and 1 sb11-b.
Continue in this manner until you have added 4 sd and 3 sdd alter-
nately.

35

35
Add 6 herringbone pairs of 2 sb11-b each.

36
v

36
Pick up 1 wire guard and the 1st half of the clasp, pass back through the 2nd herringbone column.
To reinforce retrace the thread path through the wire guard. Work the 2nd half of the chain in re-
versed order according to steps 23–35.

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Project 2

„Sea Spirit“ Necklace

A beautiful mix of glass,


stone and metal.
Materials
Length of the chain 60 cm (23.6˝); 6 cm x 9 cm (2.4˝ x 9˝)
1 jasper cabochon leaf shape 55 x 35 mm
1 ammonite 35 x 30 mm
1 ammonite 20 x 25 mm
1 piece of felt or of Lacy‘s Stiff Stuff 8 x 11 cm (3.1˝ x 4.3˝) dark brown
1 piece of leather 8 x 11 cm (3.1˝ x 4.3˝) white
1g Toho Seed Beads 8° antique bronze (233); sb8-a
1g Toho Seed Beads 8° semi glazed rainbow burnt orange (2640F); sb8-b
5g Toho Seed Beads 11° olive brown metallic matte (702); sb11-c
2g Toho Seed Beads 11° transparent matte cranberry (177F); sb11-d

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2g Toho Seed Beads 11° transparent cranberry (177); sb11-e


5g Toho Seed Beads 11° antique bronze (233); sb11-f
2g Toho Seed Beads 15° antique bronze (233); sb15
7 Miyuki Drops 3.4 mm dark bronze (457); dr
4 Miyuki Long Magatamas dark bronze (457); lm
14 round beads 1.5 mm bronze; rb
5 pendants leaf shaped 12 x 3 mm Bronze; ls
2 agate round beads 10 mm brown
2 agate round beads 10 mm red
8 garnet round beads 4 mm red
16 bead caps bronze
8 eye pins 5 cm (2˝) bronze
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4 Czech nugget beads 60 x 80 mm gold smoked topaz


1 jump ring 5 mm bronze
Designed by 1 clasp bronze
Aleksandra Lysenkova, 1 39 cm (15.4˝) link chain
Kyrgyzstan (oval chain links, 1 ring = 10 mm) bronze
1 piece of cardboard 8 x 11 cm (3.1˝ x 4.3˝)
jewelry adhesive
beading thread NYMO size 0 black coil (NYM0BK)
Fireline 4 lb crystal
1 beading needle #10
1 scissors and/or thread burner
1 round nose pliers

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Embroidery
1 2 3

Time
Cost
Level
3
Cut 1 m (40˝) of beading thread and thread a needle.
1 2 Secure the thread in the embroidery foundation, directly
Sketch the vertical center line on the embroi- Remove the ammonites. Adhere the jasper. beside the cabochon stitch to the front. Pick up 2 sb11-c
dery foundation (felt or Stiff Stuff). Position Let it dry. and pass to the back beside the jasper with some allow-
the jasper on the center line 2 cm (.8˝) from ance and come back to the front between the 2 beads.
the edges. Tentatively place the 2 ammonites 5
above it, use the picture for orientation. 6

5
Pick up 2 sb11-c, slide the beads against the 6
2 existing sb11-c and pass to the back behind Pass to the front between the newly added 2 sb11-c. Pass
4 the beads with some distance to the cabochon. through the sb11-c picked up last. Then repeat step 5.
Pass through the 2nd sb11-c. Tighten the thread.

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Project 2

k 7 8 9

7 8 9
Surround the cabochon in this manner with Pick up 1 sb11-e, skip 1 sb11-c and pass Repeat the previous step all around.
back stitches. Make sure to have an even to- through the following sb11-c. At the end of the round step up through the
tal number of beads! At the end pass to the 1st sb11-e.
front and through 1 sb11-c.

10 11 12

10 11 12
In this manner, work 1 round with sb11-e, As the back of the ammonite is not flat it is Glue the larger ammonite to the spot you
2 rounds with sb11-c and 1 round with sb15 in necessary to even it with small pieces of felt. defined earlier above the jasper. Let it dry.
peyote. Do not forget to step up at the end of You have to cut them out and glue them to the Sketch the contour of the ammonite on the
each round! If the hole of a drilled cabochon spots that are too low on the back. In doing embroidery foundation with the pen, in doing
is still visible fill it with 1 sb11-c in stop stitch. so use the picture for orientation. so hold the pen vertically.

13 14 15

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13 14 15
Stitch along this line with sb11-f in Work 1 peyote round with sb11-f, in doing Work 1 peyote round with sb11-d, in doing so
back stitches. so add 2 sb11-f at the inner angle of the add 1 dr on the left curve, repeat for six more
ammonite. times as shown in the picture.

16 17 18

16 17 18
Work 1 more peyote round with sb11-d and Work the last round with sb15. Secure the Attach the small ammonite in the same way
then work 1 round with sb11-f, again add thread and trim. and surround it with beads, but start with
2sb11-f at the inner angle! 1 back stitch round with sb11-c. Work 2 pey-
ote rounds with sb11-e and 1 round with sb15.

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Embroidery

19 20 21

19 20 21
Attach 1 ls with 1 sb15 in stop stitch between Attach the remaining 4 ls slightly curved be- Embellish each ls with 2–3 beaded arcs of
the jasper and the small ammonite as shown tween the jasper and the large ammonite. 3 sb15 each as shown in step 19.
in the picture. Pass again through the hole of
the ls and the sb15. Pick up 2 sb15 and pass
to the back outside of the ls.

22 23 24

22 23 24
Start from this line and stitch rows of dif- Use the picture for orientation and fill the Stitch some arcs above the ammonites. For
ferent beads in back stitch, in doing so use empty space between jasper and ammonites the last row, individually sew on a pattern of
the picture for orientation. Alternate the as shown. 1 rb and 1 lm (keep the alignment in mind!).
sizes and forms of the beads; sew on larger
beads individually.

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25 26 27

25 26 27
Trim the embroidery close to the edges, in Adhere a piece of cardboard cut to size to the Adhere the piece leather to the back and
doing so make sure to not cut any embroi- back to stabilize the work piece. The card- cut it back to the the outer edges of the
dery threads! board should be about 5 mm smaller than the work piece. k
work piece all around.

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Project 2 || Embroidery

k 28 29 30

28 29 30
Cut 1 m (40˝) of Fireline and thread a Pick up 1 sb11-d and pass through both lay- In this manner, connect both layers all
needle. Knot the thread end and pass for- ers closely beside it Pass back through this around, in doing so make sure that there is
ward through the embroidery foundation; sb11-d. no visible thread on the front. Pass through
in this way the knot will be between the the the sb11-d sewed on first toward the work
2 layers. Pick up 2 sb11-d and pass from back piece and secure the thread invisibly in the
to front closely beside the knot through both work piece, then trim.
layers. Pass back through the 2nd sb11-d.

31 32

31 32
Define the upper middle of the pendant and Use the round beads and bead caps to make
count the same number of beads to the left connecting elements as shown in the pic-
and to the right (here: 8 on both sides). Use ture, use 1 eye pin for each of them. Follow
a new piece of Fireline and on the right start the main picture and attach 2 links of the link
36 from the just defined last bead to make a chain between each connecting element. In
loop, string a pattern of three times (1 sb15 the center, attach the clasp with 1 jump ring.
and 1 sb11-d) and 1 st15. Pass to the last Attach the just made halves of the chain to
bead on the left and make a loop in the same the pedant: hook 1 link of the link chain into
manner. Retrace the thread path several each loop of the pendant. v
times. Secure the thread and trim.

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Project 3 || Peyote | Beadweaving

Baroness Bracelet
Splendid:

Time
Cost
Level
The effort for
this gem is
worthwhile!

Designed by
Regina Payne,
USA
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Materials
Width 3 cm (1.2˝), inner diameter 20 cm (8˝) 3g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° Duracoat galvanized yellow gold (4203); sb15-e
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 12 mm fuchsia 32 Toho Seed Beads 15° gold-lustered light tangerine (321); sb15-f*
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 12 mm vitrail light 32 Toho Seed Beads 15° Permafinish – metallic polaris (PF567); sb15-f*
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 12 mm aquamarine breeze 32 Miyuki Seed Beads 15° transparent golden olive luster(1889); sb15-f*
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 12 mm luminous green 32 Miyuki Seed Beads 15° fuchsia lined crystal (209); sb15-f*
8 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 6 mm cream; cp6 Fireline 8 lb smoke
32 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 4 mm cream; cp4 Fireline 6 lb smoke
32 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm brandy; bc4-a 2 beading needles #12
32 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm rosaline gold coated; bc-b 1 scissors or thread burner
14 g Miyuki Delicas 11° metallic gold iris (DB0023); cb11-c microcrystalline wax
2 g Miyuki Delicas 11° Duracoat galvanized gold (DB1832); cb11-d * You can use leftover beads because the quantities of beads are quite small, in doing
2 g Toho Seed Beads 11° metallic 24kt gold plated (712); sb11 so choose colors that match the colors of the rivolis.

1 2

1 2
Base of the bracelet: Cut 3 m (3,28 yd) of Fireline 8 lb and thread a Finally both ends of thread exit the last ZP11. Form the thus made
needle each on both ends of thread. Pick up a pattern of (3 cb11-d and band into a round shap without twisting it and pass through 1 ZP11
17 cb11-c) eight times on the first needle. Slide the beads toward the each on the other band end with each needle. k
middle of the thread, Pick up 1 cb11-c with the 2nd needle and pass
back through the cb11-c before the last. Eight times pick up 1 cb11-c
and pass through the cb11-c after the next (with the last repeat pass
through 1 cb11-d). Pick up 1 cb11-d and pass through the cb11-d after
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ly until all beads are used. Keep the thread tension even and do not
twist the work piece. When necessary wax the thread.
4

Project 3 || Peyote | Beadweaving

3
k

3
Add 3 peyote rounds each on both sides with cb11-c. Do not forget to
step up at the end of each round (= a total of 9 rounds). 4
Insert the same diamond shaped structure into the next 3 rounds as
5 6 you did in the first 3 rounds according to the diagram. Continue in
this manner until you have made a total of 29 peyote rounds with eight
times 4 diamond-shaped structures each one above the other (count
diagonally). Work the last rounds on both sides with a looser thread
tension so that they can be bent easily later. Secure the thread ends
and trim. Set the element aside.

5 6
Rivoli bezel: Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of Weave through the beads up to 7
Fireline 8 lb and thread a needle. the opposite edge. Insert 1 rivo-
Pick up 32 cb11-c and close them li face up. Work 1 peyote round
into a circle by passing through with sb15-f (in a color match-
3 cb11-c. Leave a tail of 15 cm (6˝) ing the rivoli). Work 1 more pey-
hanging. Work 1 peyote round ote round with sb15-e and with
with cb11-c. Work 2 peyote rounds a tight thread tension. If need-
with sb15-e. Pass through the pro- ed pass through the last round 7
truding sb15-e of the last round again in order to firmly enclose Pass back to the middle round with cb11-c. Work 1 peyote round
again without passing through the rivoli. with sb11 with tight thread tension onto the cb11-c of the bezel.
the previous round again. Tighten Secure the threads and trim. Set the element aside. Bezel all the
the thread. rivolis in this manner.

8 9

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8 9
Assembly: Cut 2 m (80˝) of Fireline 6 lb and thread a needle. Slide the Use a new piece of thread and insert 1 cb11-d five times one at a time
needle to the middle of the thread. Bring the thread ends together on the level of the upper diamond rounds, in the middle below the
and secure them with a small knot. Wax this end of the double thread. sb11 on the edge. Secure the thread and trim.
Secure the thread in the work piece, exit 1 cb11-c on the edge of the
peyote band before an underlying diamond shape as shown in the 10
diagram. Pass through 1 sb11 on the edge of 1 rivoli, the back of the
rivoli points to the front. Pass through the next cb11-c on the edge of
the peyote band (this one lies above the center of the diamond shape).
Pass through the following sb11 on the bezel. Pass through the fol-
lowing cb11-c on the edge of the peyote band. Continue through 4
cb11-c (there will be 2 gaps on the edge). Four times insert 1 sb11 in
peyote using small sb11. Go forward through 4 cb11-c (= 2 gaps), exit
the cb11-c before the next underlying diamond shape. Fasten all rivo-
lis all around, in doing so make sure that the rivolis are aligned in dif-
ferent colors evenly. Keep the thread tension even.

10
Repeat the previous steps on the other edge, in doing so fold the rivolis over
the upper side of the band and fasten them on the lower edge. On the edge of
each rivoli keep 6 sb11 unfastened on each side. Secure the thread and trim.

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11
Embellishment: Cut 1.2 m (48˝) of Fireline 6 lb and thread a needle.
Secure it in the work piece, exit the cb11-c on the edge behind the sb11
of a rivoli bezel as shown in the diagram. Pick up 1 sb15-e and 1 cp4 and
pass through the 1stt cb11-d on the surface of the band. Pick up 1 bc4-a,
2 sb15-e, 1 cp6, 2 sb15-e and 1 bc4-a. Pass through the last cb11-d of the
opposite group of 5 cb11-d. Pick up 1 cp4 and 1 sb15-e and pass through
1 cb11-c and the 1st sb11 of the bezel. Turn through the underlying cb11-c.
Continue through 1 cb11-c, 1 sb15-e, 1 cp4 and the cb11-d of the base.

12

12
Pick up 1 sb15-e and 1 bc4-b and pass through the 2nd sb11 on the edge.
Pick up 1 sb11 and pass through the 3rd sb11 on the edge. Pick up 1 bc4-b
and 1 sb15-e and pass through the last cb11-d on the base. Pick up 1 cp4
and 1 sb15-e and pass through the cb11-c before the sb11 of the next bezel
on the edge. Pass through the 1st sb11 of the bezel. Turn through the un-
derlying cb11-c. Continue through 1 cb11-c, 1 sb15-e, 1 cp4 and the cb11-d
of the base. 39
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Bangle
Bracelet
Weaver
Tool Ring
Weaver
Tool
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Pick up 1 bc4-a and 1 sb15-e and pass through the sb15-e before the cp6,
the cp6 and the following sb15-e. Pick up 1 sb15-e and 1 bc4-a and pass
by Kleshna
through the last cb11-d on the top of the base (the beads of embellish-
ment will form a X). Fasten the beads firmly and in the middle between the
rivolis. Pick up 1 cp4 and 1 sb15-e and pass through the cb11-c before the Create fantastic woven
sb11 of the bezel. Turn as shown in the last steps, exit the cb11-d passed
through last. Pick up 1 sb15-e and 1 bc4-b and pass through the 2nd sb11 designs quickly!
on the edge. Pick up 1 sb11 and pass through the 3rd sb11 on the edge. Pick
up 1 bc4-b and 1 sb15-e and pass through the last cb11-d on the base.
Go forward up to the next gap between the rivolis and repeat the embel- www.beadalon.com
lishing steps. Embellish all gaps all around in this manner. Secure the
threads and trim.
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Project 4

Hera’s Tears Jewelry Set


Powerful! The artist: “The tears of goddess Hera
have become one with jewelry to empower
and to inspire women.“

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www.chantalstalder.ch

Designed by
Chantal Stalder,
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1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1st PRAW unit (PRAW= Prismatic Pick up 3 sb15-c and pass again Pick up 2 sb15-c and pass through Repeat step 3.
Right Angle Weave): Cut 2 m (80˝) through the sb15-c the thread ex- the sb15-c picked up first of the

Time
Cost
Level
of Fireline and thread a needle. ited from (= 1 RAW square). Go last step and close them into a cir-
Pick up 5 sb15-c and close them forward through 1 sb15-c in the cle by passing through the sb15-c
into a circle by passing through all base circle. of the base circle this step started
beads again (= base circle), leav- from. Go forward through 1 sb15-c
8
ing a 40 cm (16˝) tail. Go forward in the base circle.
6
through 1 sb15-c.
7 8
6 Pass through the circle again,
Pick up 1 sb15-c and pass through in doing so pull the thread snug
5
the sb15-c picked up first in the 7 (= 1st PRAW unit finished, the upper
previous step, the sb15-c in the Pass through all external sb15-c in circle will be the base circle for the
base circle and the sb15-c this step the circle. next unit).
5 started from in a circle. Go forward
Repeat step 3 and continue through through 1 outer sb15-c.
the sb15-c picked up third in step 2.
11 12

9 10 11 12
Repeat step 10 twice. At the end go Pick up 1 bc3 and close into a cir-
forward through the sb11-a picked cle through 1 sb11-a of the last step,
9 10 up second in the 1st RAW unit of the sb15-c in the base circle and
2nd PRAW unit: Pick up 1 sb11-a, Pick up 1 sb11-a and 1 bc3 and this round. the sb11-a this step started from.
1 bc3 and 1 sb11-a and close them close them into a circle by pass- Go forward through 1 bc3.
into a circle through the sb15-c ing through the sb11-a picked up
this step started from. Go forward first in the last step and the sb15-c 14
through 1 sb15-c in the base circle. in the base circle from which this 15
step started. Go forward through
1 sb15-c in the base circle. 14
3rd PRAW unit: Pick up 1 dr2, 1 sb8
13
and 1 dr2 and close them into a cir-
cle through the bc3 this step started 15
13 from. Go forward through 1 sb15-d Finish the round in PRAW with dr2
Pick up 1 sb15-d and pass through the following bc3. and 1 bc3 in the base circle. and sb8. The thread exits 1 sb8. 41
Repeat all around, exit 1 bc3.
16 17
Materials
Length of the necklace: 53.4 cm (21˝), length of the earrings
(without ear wires) 3.5 cm (1.4˝)
136 Swarovski Bicones 6 mm rose peach; bc6
135 Swarovski Bicones 4 mm chrysolite opal; bc4 16 17
137 Swarovski Bicones 3 mm iridescent green; bc3 Insert 1 sb11-a between each sb8 4th PRAW unit: Side view (from
135 faceted glass drops 5 x 7 mm rose metallic ice; gd all around. The thread exits 1 sb8. here the diagram shows one RAW
135 round beads 4 mm matted iris gold; rb square per unit only for better visi-
135 faceted glass beads 4 mm crystal gold lined; gb bility): pick up 1 bc4, 1 rb and 1 bc4
135 Miyuki Drop Beads 3.4 mm transparent smoky amethyst AB (256); dr3 and close the circle through the
137 Miyuki Drop Beads 2.8 mm Duracoat galvanized yellow gold (4203); dr2 sb8 this step started from (= 1 RAW
8g Miyuki Seed Beads 8° Duracoat silverlined dyed topaz (4243); sb8 square), in doing so make sure to
4g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° Duracoat galvanized dark mauve (4213); sb11-a 18 go pass the dr2 of the previous ele-
2g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° Duracoat galvanized berry (4208); sb11-b ment on the proper side (the drops
2g Toho Seed Beads 15° inside-color light sapphire/opaque purple-lined (934); sb15-c should face outward/downward).
7g Toho Seed Beads 15° inside-color aqua/light jonquil-lined (954); sb15-d Go forward through 1 sb11-a and
5g Toho Seed Beads 15° inside-color luster light amethyst/jet-lined (251); sb15-e 1 sb8 in the base circle.
3g Toho Seed Beads 15° inside-color light topaz/opaque lavender-lined (926); sb15-f 18
5g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° Duracoat galvanized magenta (4219); sb15-g Finish the PRAW element with bc4
1 jump ring 6 mm or 8 mm gold and rb. Insert 1 dr3 between each
1 split ring 4 mm gold rb all around. The thread exits 1 rb.
1 split ring 6 mm gold
Fireline 6 lb .15 mm smoke
2 beading needle #10 and #12 k
1 scissors or thread burner
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19 20 21 22
5th PRAW unit: Pick up 1 gb, 1 bc6 Finish the round in PRAW with gb Insert 1 sb8 between each bc6 all 6th PRAW unit: Pick up 1 gd (from
and 1 gb and close the circle and bc6. around. Pass through all beads of the wider side), 1 sb11-b and 1 gd
through the rb this step started this round two or three more times. (from the smaller side) and close
from. Go forward through 1 dr3 The thread exits 1 bc6. the circle through the bc6 this step
and 1 rb. started from. Go forward through
1 sb8 and 1 bc6.
23 24

25

23 24
Finish the round in PRAW with gd Attach the next tear element mirroring the previous
and sb11-b. Close the sb11-b into one. 7th PRAW unit: Pick up 1 gd (from the smaller
a round, pull the thread snug. The side), 1 bc6 and 1 gd (from the wider side) and close the 25
1st tear element is finished. circle through the sb11-b this step started from. Finish the round in PRAW with gd and bc6. Insert 1 sb8
Go forward through 1 sb11-b. between each bc6. Pass through all beads of this
round two or three more times. The thread exits 1 bc6.

26 27

26 27
Pick up 1 gb, 1 rb and 1 gb and close the circle through the bc6 this Finish the round in PRAW with gb and rb. Insert 1 dr3 between each
step started from. Go forward through 1 sb8 and 1 bc6. rb. Pass through all beads of this round two or three more times.
The thread exits rb.

28 29
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28 29
Pick up 1 bc4, 1 sb8 and 1 bc4 and close the circle through the rb this Finish the round in PRAW with bc4 and sb8. Insert 1 sb11-a
step started from. Go forward through 1 dr3 and 1 rb. between each sb8.

30 31

30 31
Pick up 1 dr2, 1 bc3 and 1 dr2 and close the circle through the sb8 this Finish the round in PRAW with dr2 and bc3. Insert 1 sb15-d between
step started from. Go forward through 1 sb11-a and 1 dr2. each bc3 all around.

32 33

32 33
Pick up 1 sb11-a, 1 sb15-c and 1 sb11-a and close the circle through Finish the round in PRAW with sb11-a and sb15-c. Pass through all
the bc3 the step started from. Go forward through 1 sb15-d and 1 bc3. sb15-c in the circle without adding new beads.
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34 35

34 35
Work 1 PRAW round with sb15-c. Pass through all upper sb15-c in the circle without adding new beads.

36 37

36 37
The 2nd tear element is finished. Directly attach the 3rd tear element which is made in the same manner Attach 3 more PRAW units to the to the end
as the 1st element; attach the 4th tear element back-to-front as the 2nd element. Continue in this way un- and beginning (use the tail) of the chain as
til you have made a total of 18 tear units. follows: 1 PRAW unit with 1 sb11-a, 1 sb8
and 1 sb11-a each all around. Insert 1 sb11-b
between each sb8. Work 1 PRAW unit with
38 39 1 sb11-a, 1 sb15-c and 1 sb11-a. Work the last
PRAW unit with sb15-c only. In all units do not
forget to pass through the upper round again.
Leave the threads hanging at the end and the
beginning of the chain, secure and trim all
38 39 thread ends in the work piece.
Surface embellishment: Cut a new piece of Repeat the previous step at each sb8 from (*) all
thread of 2 m (80˝) length, thread a needle and around. At the end go forward to and through
secure it in the work piece. The thread exits 1 sb8 1 sb15-e. Pick up 2 sb15-e and pass through 1 dr3 40
in the 1st tear element. (*) Pick up 2 sb15-d and as shown in the diagram. Pick up 2 sb15-e and
1 sb15-e. Pass back through the sb15-d picked up pass through the following sb15-e of the previous
second. Pick up 1 sb15-d and again pass through round (not drawn).
the sb8 this step started from, in doing so make
sure that the thread does not get stuck on a drop 40
bead! Go forward through the following sb11-a As shown in the previous step insert beaded
and 1 sb8. arcs of sb15-e all around. The thread exits 1 dr3.
Pick up 2 sb15-f, 1 sb15-g and 2 sb15-f and pass
through the following dr3.
41 42 43

43
41 42
Make beaded arcs of 2 sb15-f, 1 sb15-g and Insert beaded arcs with sb15-g all around in this
2 sb15-f all around. At the end of the round go for- manner. If needed retrace the thread path all
ward to and through 1 sb15-g. Pick up 4 sb15-g around to reinforce. Exit 1 sb8, pick up 9 sb15-d 43
and pass through 1 sb8 between the bc6 as shown and pass through the following sb8. Insert beaded arcs of 9 sb15-d each all around in
in the diagram. Pick up 4 sb15-g and pass through this manner. Finally go forward through the 1st arc
the sb15-g in the center of the next beaded arc to and through the 5th sb15-d. (*) Pick up 4 sb15-e
(not shown). and pass through the nearest sb11-b between
the gd. Pass back through the 4 sb15-e and again
44 through the 5th sb15-d where the adding of beads
45 started, in doing so keep the thread tension snug
Now the embellishment of the 1st segment is to make sure that the embellishment sticks close
worked back-to-front. Pick up 4 sb15-e and to the tear.
1 sb15-d and pass back through the 4 sb15-e. Again
44 pass through the starting sb11-b and go forward
Continue through the following 4 sb15-d, 1 sb8 through 1 sb11-b. Work this step all around.
and go forward to and through the 5th sb15-d in the
next beaded arc. Repeat the previous step from (*). 45
Insert sb15-e all around in this manner. At the end
of the round go forward to and through 1 sb11-b.
The embellishment of the first tear element is fin-
ished.
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46 47 48
At the end go forward to and through Continue all around in this manner. Exit Insert beaded arcs of sb15-g all around in
1 sb15-d. Pick up 4 sb15-d and pass through 1 sb8, pick up 9 sb15-g and pass through the this manner. At the end go forward to and
1 sb8. Pick up 4 sb15-d and pass through the following sb8. through the 5th sb15-g of one beaded arc.
sb15 of the following tip (not shown). Pick up 2 sb15-f and pass through the follow-
ing dr3 (not shown). Pick up 2 sb15-f and pass
51 through the 5th sb15-g of the following bead-
49 Go forward through 2 sb15-e, 1 dr3 and through ed arc. Pick up 2 sb15-f and pass through the
the next beaded arc up to and through the following dr3. Pull the thread tight.
3rd sb15-e. Repeat the previous step from (*).
Finish the round in this manner. The 2nd tear
element is finished. Work the surface embellishment over all tear elements of the chain.
Secure all threads of the surface embellishment and trim.
49
Work all around in this manner. Exit 1 dr3,
pick up 5 sb15-e and pass through the 51
following dr3.

50

52

50
Insert beaded arcs of 5 sb15-e each all
around in this manner. At the end go forward
to and through the 3rd sb15-e of one bead-
ed arc. (*) Pick up 2 sb15-d and pass through 53
the opposite sb8. Pick up 1 sb15-d and pass
through the sb15-d picked up first and the
3rd sb15-e of the beaded arcs as shown in
the diagram. 53
44 Mounting the clasp: Exit 1 sb15-c at an edge,
52 pick up 1 bc6 and 4 sb15-d. Pick up 1 split
Tear pendant: Repeat steps 1–23 and add surface embellishments ac- ring 4 mm. Pass back through the bc6 and
cording to steps 38–44. At the narrow end of the element exit 1 sb15-c, turn through 1 sb15-c on the opposite edge.
pick up a total of 12 sb15-c, place them around 1 PRAW unit of sb15-c on Retrace the thread path, tighten the thread
the right (or left) of the center of the chain and turn through 1 upper sb15-c thoroughly. Turn through the next sb15-c on
in the tear element approximately opposite the starting sb15-c. Pass back the edge and pass again through the new-
through the beads of the loop. Pull the thread tight! If needed retrace the ly added beads. Attach the new beads to
thread path once to stabilize. Secure the thread and trim. Make a total of all sb15-c on the upper edge in this man-
6 tears in this manner and attach on the right and on the left of the center ner. Hook the split ring 6 mm into the small-
of the chain to the PRAW units with sb15-c. er ring.

54 55 56 56
Earrings: Make 1 tear ele-
ment. At the wide end insert
1 dr2 between each sb11-b. At
54 55 the narrow end attach 1 ear
Make 1 more tear element and attach it to At the other end of the chain, attach the 2nd wire with a total of 4 sb15-d
the small split ring with 1 bc3 and 4 sb15-d smaller split ring with 1 bc3 and 4 sb15-d (2 sb15-d before and 2 sb15-d
as shown in the diagram. As explained in in the manner shown above. Hook the jump behind the ear wire) as shown
the last step, attach the new beads to all ring into the split ring. in the diagram. Retrace the
upper sb15-c. Secure the thread and trim. thread path several times.
Secure the thread and trim.
Make a 2nd earring in the
same manner.
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Project 5 || RAW | Beadweaving

Time
Cost
Level
Aydela
Pendant
Precious: Jewelry for your
neck made of crystal
pearls with a gentle
luster.
Lists of materials for the black
and silver and for the black
and white version.

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Materials
Size 5.1 cm (2˝)
1 Swarovski Rivoli 18 mm jet
10 round beads 8 mm jet; rb8
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11 round beads 6 mm jet; rb6


10 round beads 4 mm hematite; rb4
10 imitation pearls 6 mm platinum; wb6
20 imitation pearls 2 mm platinum; wb2
10 Swarovski Bicones 4 mm jet; bc Designed by
10 Toho Seed Beads 8° matte-color opaque gray (611); sb8
1 g Toho Seed Beads 15° matte-color opaque gray (611); sb15 Cortney Phillips,
Fireline 6 lb .15 mm smoke USA
1 beading needle #10
1 scissors or thread burner

Variation
1 Swarovski Rivoli 14 mm silver shade
9 Swarovski Crystal Pearls 8 mm white; rb8
9 Swarovski Crystal Pearls 4 mm white; rb4
18 Swarovski Crystal Pearls 6 mm gray; wb6
18 imitation pearls 2 mm platinum; wb2
27 Swarovski Bicones 3 mm crystal; bc
9 Toho Seed Beads 8° silver-lined milky white (2100); sb8
1 g Toho Seed Beads 15° silver-lined milky white (2100); sb15 k

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k 1 2 3

1 2
Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of Fireline and Pick up 1 rb6, 1 wb6 and 1 rb8 and
thread a needle. Pick up 1 rb8, close them into a circle by passing 3
1 wb6, 1 rb6 and 1 wb6 and close through the wb6 the thread exit- Pick up 1 rb8, 1 wb6 and 1 rb6 and close the circle through the
them into a circle with a firm double ed from. Go forward through 1 rb6 wb6 the thread exited from. Go forward through 1 rb8 and 1 wb6.
knot, leaving a 30 cm (12˝) tail. Go and 1 wb6. Repeat steps 2 and 3 continuously until you have finished a total
forward through 1 rb8 and 1 wb6. of 9 RAW units.

4 5 6

4 5 6
Pick up 1 rb6 and pass through the wb6 at Pick up 5 sb15, 1 bc and 4 sb15 and pass Pick up 4 sb15 and pass through the bc.
the beginning of the RAW strand. Pick up through the opposite rb6 of this RAW unit as Pick up 5 sb15 and pass through the rb8 as
1 rb8 and pass through the wb6 the thread shown in the diagram. shown in the diagram; the new beads will
exited from, a ring will form. Go forward form an „X“. Keep the thread tension even so
through 1 rb6, 1 wb6 and 1 rb8 toward the that the bc will lie in the center.
outer edge of the ring.

7 8 9
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7 8 9
Follow the thread path and pass through In this manner, make 1 „X“ above each Pick up 4 sb15, 1 sb8 and 4 sb15 and again
1 wb6 and 1 rb6. Pick up 4 sb15, 1 bc and RAW unit. The thread exits an rb6 on the pass through the same rb6. Go forward
5 sb15 and pass through the opposite rb8 of inner edge. through 2 sb15.
this RAW unit as shown in the diagram. Pick
up 5 sb15 and pass through the bc. Pick up
4 sb15 and pass through the rb6 as shown
in the diagram; the new beads will form the Variation
next „X“. Follow the instructions for the pendant project, but make 1 RAW unit less. Furthermore,
replace the wb2 with bc in step 15. In step 17, pick up 5 sb15, 1 wb2 and 5 sb15 each time. Make
1 additional round as shown in the picture: Go forward to and through the 3 sb15 after 1 rb8.
Pick up 1 sb15, 1 bc and 1 sb15 and pass through 3 sb15, 1 sb8 and 3 sb15 in the next beaded
arc. Repeat this step all around.

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RAW | Beadweaving

10 12

11
Pick up 4 sb15, 1 sb8 and 2 sb15 and pass
through the last 2 sb15 of the previous
beaded arc as shown in the diagram. Pass
10 through the rb6. In this manner, add beaded 12
Pick up 2 sb15, 1 sb8 and 4 sb15 and pass arcs all around. The last beaded arc consists Pick up 2 sb15 and pass through the sb8 of
back through the next rb6 as shown in the of 2 sb15, 1 sb8 and 2 sb15 and will be at- the next beaded arc. Repeat this step all
diagram. Continue through the newly add- tached to the previous and to the next beaded around. Go forward through 4 sb15, 1 rb6 and
ed beaded arc as shown in the diagram and arcs. The thread exits 1 sb8. 2 sb15 as shown in the diagram.
through the next rb6.

13 14 15

13 14 15
Pick up 2 sb15, 1 wb2 and 2 sb15 and pass Insert the rivoli face up. The round with Follow the thread path to and through 1 rb6.
through the 2 sb15 between the rb6 as shown wb2 lies on the rivoli. * Pick up 2 sb15 and * Pick up 1 wb2 and pass through the fol-
in the diagram. Go forward through the next pass through the next wb2. Repeat from lowing rb6. Repeat from * all around. Pass 47
rb6 and 2 sb15. Repeat this step all around. * all around. Retrace the thread path of this back through 1 wb6 and 1 rb8 up to the out-
Go forward through 1 wb2. round once. er round.

16 17 18

18
Pendant loop: Go forward to and through 8
sb15 of one beaded arc. Pick up 4 sb15, 1 rb6
16 and 4 sb15 and pass through the last 8 sb15
Leave the thread hanging, swap the nee- 17 of the next beaded arc. Retrace the thread
dle to the other end of thread (green). * Pick Swap the needle to the piece of thread left path through the new beads again.
up 1 rb4 and pass through the following rb8. hanging. * Pick up 12 sb15 and again pass Tip: Make the necklace as a simple string-
Repeat from * all around. Tighten the thread through the same rb8. Go forward through ing chain on stringing wire. String the loop of
thoroughly, the beads are behind the embel- 1 RP2 and 1 rb8 and repeat from *. Embellish the pendant and move it to the center of the
lishment of the front. Retrace the thread path all rb8 all around with beaded arcs. stringing wire.
all around one more time. Secure the thread v
with some half hitch knots between the
beads around the existing thread and trim.
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Project 6

Clover Jewelry Set


Do you love fine and
delicate things? Then this
design is just for you!

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Designed by
Flori Dimulete,
Materials Necklace Romania
FB:Flori Dimulete

Pendant 4.5 cm (1.8˝) wide, 5 cm (2˝) long


36 Czech rondelles gray-bleu; rd
3g seed beads 11° dark gray metallic; sb11-a
6g seed beads 11° light gray; sb11-b
1 faceted glass drops 10/8 mm vertically drilled crystal AB; gd
1 magnetic clasp 5 mm
transparent nylon thread .18–.20 mm
1 beading needle #12
1 scissors

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Beadweaving | RAW

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4

Time
Cost
Level
Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of thread Pick up 5 sb11-a and pass Pick up 3 sb11-a, count Twice pick up a pattern
and thread a needle. Three through the sb11-a after back 2 sb11-a from the of (1 rd and 1 sb11-a) and
times pick up a pattern of the following rd. Repeat sb11-a the thread exited one more rd and close the 5
1 sb11-a and 1 rd and close this step twice. Go for- from and pass through all round by passing through Three times pick up 5 sb11-a and pass
them into a circle by pass- ward through 1 sb11-a in 3 sb11-a (see diagram). Go the sb11-a the thread through the sb11-a after the next rd
ing through all the beads the 1st beaded arc. forward through 2 of the exited from. each time. Go forward through the
again. Go forward through newly added sb11-a. 5 sb11-a of the 1st beaded arc, the sb11-a
the 1st sb11-a. between the rd and 1 more sb11-a in the
next beaded arc (= a total of 7 sb11-a).
9

6 7 8

9
Repeat step 3 (blue thread path),
repeat step 4 (black thread
path) and repeat step 5 (red
thread path). Repeat step 9 one
6 7 8 more time.
Repeat step 3 Repeat step 4. Repeat step 5.

10 11 12

12
Pick up 1 sb11-a and pass through
3 sb11-a on the 1st element as shown
in the diagram. Pick up 1 sb11-a and
pass through a total of 9 sb11-a of
10 the last element as shown in the 49
Repeat steps 3 and 4. 11 diagram.
Repeat step 5.

13 14 15

15
13 14 The thread exits the middle (3rd) sb11-a of a beaded arc.
Add a total of 4 elements according to step 9. Repeat step 9 twice and according to step 12 Pick up 1 sb11-a and pass through the middle sb11-a of the
At the end attach them to the 1st element as attach them to the work piece. Go forward next beaded arc. Repeat this step for all middle sb11-a in
shown in step 12 and go forward through a through 2 sb11-a as shown in the diagram. the middle of this element; a circle of a total of 10 sb11-a will
total of 15 sb11-a as shown in the diagram. Note: The 2 first elements consist of 6 trian- form. Pass through all sb11-a of this circle again. Go for-
gles each, the last added of 5 triangles only. ward to and through 1 middle sb11-a above 1 rd in the midd-
le of one of the 2 other elements and close all sb11-a into a
circle with 1 sb11-a between each of them.
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will get circles of 12 sb11-a each.
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Project 6

k 16 17 18

17 18
Secure 1 new meter (40˝) of thread and exit Go forward through 1 sb11-b, pick up 1 sb11-b
1 of the sb11-a marked in yellow, pick up and pass through 3 sb11-b. Pick up 1 sb11-b
5 sb11-b and close them into a circle through and pass forward through the last sb11-b,
the starting bead. 1 sb11-a and 4 sb11-b.

19 20

16
Go forward to and through 1 sb11-a accord-
ing to the diagram. Pick up 2 sb11-a, 1 gd and 19 20
1 sb11-a as turning bead. Pass back through Pick up 5 sb11-b and close them into a circle Pick up 1 sb11-b, pass through 3 sb11-b,
the gd. Pick up 2 sb11-a and go forward through the sb11-b the started from. Go for- pick up 1 sb11-b and pass through a total of
through a total of 5 sb11-a as shown in the ward through 1 sb11-b. 6 sb11-b as shown in the diagram. Repeat
diagram. Retrace the thread path all around. steps 19 and 20 continuously until you have
Secure the thread and trim. The sb11-a out- reached the desired length of half of the
lined in yellow in this diagram (top left and chain. Secure the thread and trim. Attach
right) mark the spots where the chain will the 2nd half of the chain to the 2nd sb11-a
be attached. marked in yellow in diagram 16 in the same
1 way. Attach 1 half of the clasp to each end of
the chain.

Materials Bracelet
50 Width 10 mm, length 18 cm (7˝) 1
54 Czech rondelles gray-bleu; rd Work steps 1–3 of the necklace project, in
4g seed beads 11° dark gray metallic; sb11-a doing so pick up 1 sb11-a, 1 half of the mag-
1 magnetic clasp 5 mm netic clasp and 1 sb11-a in step 3.
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2 3 4

2 3 4
Go forward through a total of 10 sb11-a and Repeat steps 3–5 of the necklace project. Go forward through 6 sb11-a and again work
work step 3 (blue), step 4 (black) and step the steps 3–5 of the necklace project.
5 (red) of the necklace project.

5 6

6 Materials Earrings
At the end, repeat step 3 of the necklace proj- 10 mm wide, 30 mm long
ect with 1 sb11-a, the 2nd half of the clasp 6 Czech rondelles gray-bleu; rd
5 and 1 sb11-a, in doing so make sure that the 1g seed beads 11° dark gray metallic; sb11-a
Repeat step 3 of this project, then work step clasp is attached in a way that the bracelet is 2 faceted glass drops horizontally drilled crystal AB; gd
4. Continue in this manner until you have joined in a straight way. Secure the threads 2 leaver backs
reached the desired length. and trim. transparent nylon thread .18–.20 mm

1 2

2
Go forward to and through the opposite
sb11-a as shown in the diagram. Pick up
1 1 sb11-a, 1 leaver back and 1 sb11-a and close
Repeat steps 1–3 of the necklace project, you them into a circle through the starting bead.
will need only 50 cm (20˝) of thread. Pick up Retrace the thread path all around. Secure
1 sb11-a, 1 gd and 1 sb11-a in step 3. the thread and trim. Make a 2nd earring in the
same way. v 51

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Project 7

Daisy Cuff

New Beads: Treat


yourself to this exquisite
piece with Nib-Bits, round
Dobble Beads with 2 thread
channels and Duets.

1 2 3
52

Designed by
Joanne Zammit,
1 2 3 Malta
Cut 75 cm (30˝) of thread and Pass again through the sb11-c and Pick up 1 sd-a, 1 sb11-d and 1 sd-a,
thread a needle. Pass through the md picked up in step 1. Pick up in doing so keep the alignment in
1st thread channel of 1 db (mind the 1 sd-a, 1 sb11-d and 1 sd-a, in doing mind: the turquoise side of each
alignment according to diagram). so keep the alignment of the sd-a sd-a faces toward the sb11-d. Pass
Three times pick up a pattern of in mind: the turquoise side of each through all beads around the db,
(1 sb11-c and 1 md) and 1 sb11-c faces toward the sb11-d. Again pick the thread exits before the last md.
and again pass through the same up a pattern of (1 sb11-c and 1 md)
hole of the db from left to right. three times and 1 sb11-c and pass
through the 2nd hole of the db from
www.joannezammit.com

right to left. Pass through the newly


added sb11-c and md.

Materials
Inner diameter 20 cm (8˝)
8 Dobble Beads copper metallic mat; db 1g True2 (firepolished) 2 mm gold bronze; t2-e
15 g Nib-Bits chalk beige; nb 1g True2 (firepolished) 2 mm crystal capri gold; t2-f
3g SuperDuo Duets green turquoise/ivory Picasso; sd-a 1g seed beads 15° metallic dark bronze; sb15
1g SuperDuos opaque green turquoise Picasso; sd-b 1g drops 3.4 mm opaque turquoise Picasso; dr
3g MiniDUOS® gold matte; md beading thread (K.O., Miyuki, Nymo, OneG) green
1g seed beads 11° metallic light bronze; sb11-c 2 beading needles #12
1g seed beads 11° opaque green turquoise Picasso; sb11-d 1 scissors

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Beadweaving

4 5 6

4 5 6

Time
Cost
Level
Thread the 2nd beading needle with the Secure the beginning of the thread (gray) in Pick up 2 sd-a (mind the alignment: the turquoise
thread beginning (gray) and pass around the some beads, trim. Pass through the sd-a af- sides face each other) and pass through the 2nd hole
beads around the db to the right, the thread ter the next with the thread end (black). Turn of the following SD. Three times pick up 1 nb and
exits after the md at the thread end. Knot through its 2nd hole. pass through the 2nd hole of the next md. Pick up 1 nb
both threads together. and pass through the 2nd hole of the next sd-a.

7 8
9

7 8
Pick up 2 sd-a (mind the alignment: the Pick up 1 sd-b and pass through the 2nd hole 9
turquoise sides face each other) and pass of the following sd-a. Pick up 1 t2-e and pass Repeat step 8. Retrace the thread path of this
through the 2nd hole of the following sd-a. through the 2nd thread channel of the next nb. round one more time, the thread exits the
Three times pick up 1 nb and pass through Three times pick up 1 t2-f and pass through nb before the last. Leave the thread hanging,
the 2nd hole of the next md. Pick up 1 nb and the 2nd thread channel of the following nb. set the element aside.
pass through the 2nd hole of the next sd-a. Pick up 1 t2-e and pass through the 2nd hole
Retrace the thread path of this round once. of the next sd-a.
At the end pass through the 2nd hole of the
sd-a added first in this round. 11

10

53
11
Repeat step 9, but pick up 1 sb15, 1 dr and 1 sb15 after the 2nd sd-a
and pass through the opposite sd-a, sd-b and sd-a of the 1st element
as shown in the diagram. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 dr and 1 sb15 and pass
10 through the sd-a, 1 sd-b and 1 sd-a of the 2nd element as shown in the
Work the 2nd element in the same manner, in doing so pass through diagram. Retrace the thread path of the connection.
the 2nd hole of 1 sd-b of the 1st element in step 8.

12 13

12 13
Thread a needle on the thread end of the 1st element left hang- Connect a total of 8 elements in this manner. Attach the last
ing. Weave toward the connecting beads and pass through them for element to the sd-b of the previous element and also to the sd-b of
reinforcement. Continue through a few beads. Secure the thread the 1st element. v
and trim.

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Project 8

Bling Blossom
Brooch | Hair Clip
Charming: a new idea
combining Shibori
silk ribbons,
Soutache braids
and beads.
www.ameerunswithscissors.com

54

Designed by
Amee McNamara,
USA
Materials
Size: 11 x 8 cm (4.3˝ x 3.1˝)
1 piece of Ultrasuede 6 x 12 cm (2.4˝ x 4.7˝) scoundrel* 1g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° silverlined red-orange; sb15
1 Nicole‘s BeadBacking 10 x 12 cm (3.9˝ x 4.7˝) true red* 20 O-Beads crystal copper rainbow; ob
90 cm (35.4˝) BeadSmith Soutache braid 3 mm maize 10 flower shaped sequins 3 mm pale yellow AB
90 cm (35.4˝) BeadSmith Soutache braid 3 mm ivy 5 cm (2˝) rhinestone chain SS 6.5 crystal AB, silver plated
90 cm (35.4˝) BeadSmith Soutache braid 3 mm ivy/celery stripe 1g glitter fine silver
15 cm (5.9˝) Shibori silk ribbon lime wedge* 76 mm hair clip or 38 mm pin
15 cm (5.9˝) Shibori silk ribbon medium green leaf* Nymo Size B cathy blue
38 cm (15˝) Shibori silk ribbon ashes of roses* 1 beading needle #10
5 Preciosa Bicones 4 mm black diamond AB fabric adhesive
20 firepolished faceted glass beads 3 mm chalk champagne; fp 2 paper plate
20 firepolished faceted glass beads 3 mm crystal champagne; fp 1 wooden stick or tooth pick
20 firepolished faceted glass beads 3 mm jet dark bronze AB; fp 1 scissors
1g Miyuki Seed Beads 8° silverlined crystal AB; sb8 1 wire cutters
2g Miyuki Seed Beads 8° matte transparent grey AB; sb8 * Available here: shop.ameerunswithscissors.com
1g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° silverlined grey; sb11
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Soutache | Embroidery

1 2 3

Time
Cost
Level
3
1 2 Cut 75 cm (30˝) of thread and thread a nee-
Cut out 1 oval and 1 round form out of the Place the oval form on the Shibori ribbon as dle. Tie 2 double knots at the thread end one
embroidery foundation leaving enough space the base. Leave an allowance of 1o mm of above the other. Fasten the piece of Shibori
for a 2nd set of both forms. Cut out both ribbon on both sides. Trim the ribbon. ribbon with an invisible stitch at the edge of
of them. the form. Use the picture for orientation.

4 5
6

5
Fold the ribbon over the edge to the back.
4 Fasten the ribbon on the back all around, in 6
Stretch the Shibori ribbon, arrange it as you doing so stitch in a way that the needle pass- Make some short stitches on the back to se-
like on the form and fasten it along the edge es into the form on the back and exits on the cure the thread, in doing so make sure that
with some stitches as invisible as possible edge of the form. This way there will be no you do not pass the needle to the front! Trim
which are made in the grooves of the ribbon. visible stitches on the front. the thread. Set the element aside.

7 8 9

55

7 8 9
Leaves: Cut 2 pieces of Shibori ribbon in leaf Cut 30 cm (12˝) of thread, thread a needle Cut 1 side edge into a leaf shape. On the oth-
color, one of 65 mm and one of 55 mm length. and knot the end. Pass the needle crossways er side, repeat in reversed order. Prepare the
Stretch both pieces of ribbon and check if the through the piece of ribbon 5 mm off the 2nd leaf in the same manner.
colors fit together. edge, in doing so make sure that the folds at
this end are apart. Sew back and forth twice.
Cut off the folds.
10
11 12

10
Put a drop of adhesive onto a paper plate. 11 12
Put glitter onto the 2nd plat. Dip the edge of Pull the sticky leaf edges through the glitter. Lay the leaf out to dry on a piece of paper.
the 1st leaf into the adhesive. Glue the edge of the 2nd leaf with glitter in the
same way. k
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Project 8

k 13 14 15

13 14 15
Petals: Cut the following pieces of Shibori Fold up all these pieces as shown for the Fan the longer parts of the ribbons out and
ribbon in the color of the petals: 2 pieces of leaves at one edge. Do not trim the thread! fasten the corners on the back with some
45 mm, 2 pieces of 38 mm, 3 pieces of 32 mm stitches, use the picture for orientation.
and 3 pieces of 25 mm (1˝). Trim the thread.

16 17 18

16 17 18
Carefully turn the petals inside out so that Prepare the small petals in the same way but Ice the edges of all petals with glitter in the
the shiny front faces upward. fasten the corners to the side edges. same way as described for the leaves. Let
the elements thoroughly dry.

19 20 21

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19 20 21
Flower base: Cut 80 cm (31.5˝) of thread, Pick up 1 sb11, with about 1 bead distance Attach sb11 all around in this way. At the end
thread a needle and knot the end. Stitch to pass through the form from front. Pass back of the round pass again through the 1st sb11
the front on the edge of the round form. Pick through the newly added bead. and secure the thread on the back with a few
up 2 sb11 and pass through the form from stitches. Trim the thread.
back to front with a distance of about 2 sb11.
Pass back through the 2nd sb11.

22 23 24

22 23 24
Cut 50 cm (20˝) of the yellow Soutache braid. Fold both halves of the braid over the knot. Start to form a spiral: In doing so bend the
Cut 80 cm (32˝) of thread, thread a needle Directly beside it pass back and forth braid downward and pass upward through
and double-knot the end. Fold the Soutache through the middle of both braids. all braids as shown in the picture.
braid in half and pass the needle through
the middle.

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Soutache | Embroidery

25 26 27

25 26 27
Coil it up a bit further and pass through Continue in this manner until you can easily Continue to form the spiral but fasten it with
all layers. hold the spiral. stitches through 2 or 3 layers only.

28 29 30

28 29 30
For the next stitch pass the needle from the Continue in this manner until the braid is Fold the 1st braid end to the back and sew it on.
edge through 2 or 3 layers again. almost used up, in doing so always work the Attach the 2nd braid end a little apart on the
visible stitches on the same side (= back). edge of the spiral, then fold it to the back and
fasten it. Trim the excess braids.

31 32 33

31 32 33
Pass through the spiral to the front close Repeat the previous step for 3–4-more times Pick up 1 fp3 and 1 sb15 as turning bead and
to the middle. Pick up 3 sb11, 1 flower se- in the middle of the spiral, in doing so sub- pass back through the fp3. Pass through
quin and 1 sb15 as turning bead. Pass back stitute the sequin by different other beads. 2 layers of Soutache braid to the back.
57
through the sequin and the 3 sb11 and stitch Make a ring of fringes around it which are
to the back of the spiral. worked in the same way but with only 2 sb11
before the decorative bead (= shorter fring-
es). Around this ring work another ring of
fringes with only 1 sb11 before the decorative
bead. Then pass to the edge of the spiral.

34 35 36

34 35 36
Again pass back to the edge and attach the Vine: Cut 80 cm (32˝) of thread, thread a Pile up the braid ends over the knot and pass
next fp3 with 1 sb15. Work around the spiral needle and double-knot the thread end. Cut the needle through 2 braids. Pick up 1 sb8
in this manner. Secure the thread and trim. 2 pieces of Soutache braid of 15 cm (6˝) each, and pass through the 2 opposite braids.
Set the element aside. one in green and 1 in green-striped. Place
both pieces exactly fitting one above the oth-
er and pass the needle right down through
the middle.
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Projekt 8

k 37 38 39

37 38 39
Pass back through 2 braids, the sb8 Pass through 2 braids, pick up 1 sb8 and Continue in this manner. The offset of the
and 2 braids. pass through the upper braids slightly to left. stitches to one side will cause the curving of
Pass back as before. the element. The more the stitches are offset
the narrower the curve will be.

40 41 42

40 41 42
After you have inserted about 10 sb8 flip the After about 18 sb8 pass through all braids Make a 2nd vine in the same manner.
work piece over and continue as before, this without a bead and stitch back and forth
will cause the curving of the element in the several times. Trim the thread and excess
other direction. pieces of braid. 45

43 44

58 43 44 45
Assembly: Arrange leaves, vines and the Attach both leaves with stitches as invisible Pick up the largest petal and position it on
rhinestone chain on the base form, in doing as possible. Fasten the rhinestone chain. the edge of the round form and fasten it with
so use the picture for orientation. Invisibly fasten both vines. invisible stitches.

46 47 48

46 47 48
Attach a total of 5 petals in descending order Arrange 3 petals on top of them and Attach the last petal as the uppermost layer
by size and slightly overlapping all around, fasten them. on top of the others.
in doing so make sure that no foundation
remains visible.

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Soutache | Embroidery

49 50 51

49 50 51
Arrange the spiral as the center of the flower Arrange the finished flower on the prepared Transfer 1 more oval form to the back of the
and fasten it. base and fasten it, in doing so make sure that piece of Ultrasuede and cut it out.
all loose ends are hidden.

52 53 54

52 53 54
To make the hair clip glue the back of the Glue on the back. Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of thread Pick up 1 sb8 and pass through the layers
work piece. and thread a needle. Beside the edge, pass beside the previous step (about 1 sb8 apart).
through the work piece and the back, the Pass back through the sb8.
55 front faces down. Pick up 2 sb8 and pass
through the work piece beside the previous
stitch. Pass back through the 2nd sb8. turning bead and pass back through the fp.
Pick up 1 sb8 and attach it to both layers of
the work piece as before.
56

57 59

55
Connect both layers with sb8 until you have
reached the narrow curve of the form in
this way.
56
Exit the last sb8, pick up 1 fp and 1 sb15 as
57
58 59 Attach about 12 different decorative beads on
the edge in this way.

58 59
Attach only sb8 along the slightly rounded Adhere the hair clip to the middle of the back. through the ob and the work piece. Retrace
long edge, embellish the 2nd narrow curve Prepare a new piece of thread and pass the thread path once. Secure the thread and
with decorative beads. At the end secure the through the 1st hole of the clip and through trim. Embellish the 2nd hole of the clip in the
thread and trim. the underlying work piece (make sure that same manner with 1 ob and 1 sb15. The hair
this stitch is invisible on the front). Turn and clip is finished.
pass back and through the hole. Pick up 1 ob k
and 1 sb15 as turning bead and pass back

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Projekt 8 || Soutache | Embroidery

k 60 61 62

60 61 62
Variant brooch: Attach the brooch pin to the Pick up the Ultrasuede cutting, fold it in half Cut out a small hole into the Ultrasuede at
middle of the back. lengthwise and sketch the position of the each marked spot.
brooch pin according to the picture.
63

63
Push the brooch pin through the prepared
piece of Ultrasuede. Glue on the Ultrasuede
all around. At the edge of the brooch connect
the 2 layers with sb8 as shown for the hair
clip and embellish the 2 narrow curves with
decorative beads. v

How did that go again?

60
? ???
? Tubular Peyote with even bead count
pass through the following sb11 (red). Pick
up 1 sb11 (red), skip 1 sb11 (white) and pass
through the following sb11 (white). Pick up
1 sb11 (white), skip 1 sb11 (black) and pass
through the following sb11 (black). Repeat
this step one more time. Step up through the
sb11 (black) added first in this step.
1
Attach a stop bead. Pick up an even num-
ber of sb11 (here: twice a pattern of 2sb11 in
black, gray, red and white = 16 beads) and
close them into a circle by passing through
the first 2sb11 again. Tip: To practice this
technique work a rope in various colors
as shown here; in doing so pick up pairs of
2 sb11 each in different colors. 4
A regular rope with 1 symmetric starting and
1 symmetric end round will form; the step up
shifts by 1 bead in each round.
v

3
Repeat the previous step continuously.
2 Tip: For this evenly spiraling pattern the
Pick up 1 sb11 (black), skip 1 sb11 (gray) newly added bead is of the same color as the
and pass through the following sb11 (gray). bead the thread just exited from.
Pick up 1 sb11 (gray), skip 1 sb11 (red) and

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Projckt 9 || Netting | Beadweaving

Nym Pendant
Attach the decorative piece to

Time
Cost
Level
a suitable silk ribbon.
Materials
Size: 65 mm x 40 mm
3g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° purple metallic; sb11

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9 Silky Beads lilac; sl
8 faceted glass beads 4 mm lilac; gb
8 Swarovski Bicones 4 mm amethyst AB; bc
1 rivoli 18 mm purple
1 leaf shaped charm silver
2 jump rings silver
1 bail silver
1 chain ready-to-wear according to choice
beading thread (K.O., Miyuki, Nymo, OneG) purple
1 beading needle #12
1 scissors

1 2 3 4 5

5
1 2 3 Insert the rivoli face down, tighten
Eight times pick up a pat- Pick up 5 sb11 and pass Pick up 5 sb11 and pass the thread, the bezel closes around
tern of 1 gb and 1 sb11 through the sb11 after through the 3rd sb11 in the 4 the rivoli. Retrace the last round to
and close them into a the next gb. Repeat all next beaded arc. Repeat Pick up 3 sb11 and pass reinforce, in doing so keep the thread
ring by tying a firm dou- around. Go forward all around. Go forward to through the 3rd sb11 in the tension high. Go forward to and
ble-knot. Go forward to and through the and through the 3rd (mid- next beaded arc of the through 1 sb11 at a crossing point
through 1 gb and 1 sb11. 3rd (middle) sb11 in the dle) sb11 in the 1st beaded previous round. Repeat on the edge of the rivoli as shown in 61
1st beaded arc. arc of the current round. this step all around. Do the diagram.
not yet tighten the thread!
6
7 8

6
Turn the work piece over, 7
pick up 1 sb11, 1 sl (make Pick up 1 sb11 and pass
sure that the pretty side through the next 2 sb11
faces to the front) and Designed by above this sl. Pick up 8
4 sb11. Pass through the Yessy Otarola 1 sb11, 1 bc and 1 sb11 Pick up 9 sb11 and pass through the following sb11 of the previous
2nd thread channel of the and pass through the round above the next sl. Go forward to and through the sb11 of the
sl. Pick up 1 sb11 and Chile first 2 sb11 above the next previous round above the 3rd sl along the edge of the work piece
pass through the sb11 at sl. Repeat this step all as shown in the diagram. Pick up 3 sb11, 1 sl (mind the alignment!)
the next crossing point around. At the end pass and 4 sb11. Pass through the 2nd thread channel of the sl. Pick up
on the outer edge of the forward through the sb11 3 sb11 and pass through the next sb11 of the previous round above
rivoli. Repeat this step all added first in this round. 1 sl. Retrace the thread path along the outer edge all around.
around. At the end go for- Secure the thread and trim. Attach the bail with 1 jump ring above
ward through 1 sb11, 1 sl the sl of the current round. Hook the charm into the opposite
and 2 sb11. beaded arc with 1 jump ring.
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Project 10

Zeta Necklace
Dramatic: The Zorro Beads shape
the basic structure of these
close-to-the-neck
necklaces.

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Preliminary note: Always check Zorro Beads zb for clogged or
sharp-edged holes before using them and sort out unusable beads.
You can smoothen sharp-edged holes with an awl. When picking up
the zb always make sure that the alignment corresponds to the dia-
gram of the step. Designed by
Cora Sparidaans,
Materials Netherlands
Width 25 mm, length 45 cm (18˝, without clasp)
Proposition 1 70 SuperDuos 2.5 x 5 mm silver (307-0205-27000); sd
140 Zorro Beads 6 x 5 mm crystal sliperit full (00030/29503); zb 70 Swarovski Bicones 4 mm crystal AB; bc
35 2-hole-cabochons 6 mm metallic burgundy (02010/29428); 2hc 7g Toho Seed beads 11° galvanized peacock blue (511); sb11
37 round beads 4 mm lust opaque rose gold Top (03000/65491); rb 1g Toho Seed beads 15° nickel (711); sb15
35 Spiky Buttons 4.5 x 6.5 mm aztec gold (01710); spb 1 magnetic clasp 8 mm matted silver
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70 SuperDuos 2.5 x 5 mm matted metallic flax (K0171); sd Fireline .12 mm 4 lb smoke


70 Swarovski Bicones 4 mm light amethyst AB; bc Proposition 3
7 g Toho Seed Beads 11° permafinish galvanized mat pink lilac (553F); sb11 140 Zorro Beads 6 x 5 mm crystal full marea (00030/28003); zb
1 g Miyuki Seed beads 15° Duracoat galvanized champagne (4204); sb15 35 2-hole-cabochons 6 mm jet green luster (23980/14495); 2hc
1 magnetic clasp 8 mm bronze 37 round beads 4 mm metallic olivine (02010/29418); rb
Fireline .12 mm 4 lb smoke 35 Spiky Buttons 4.5 x 6.5 mm crystal amber full (00030/26440); spb
1 beading needle #12 70 SuperDuos 2.5 x 5 mm matted metallic flax (K0171); sd
1 scissors or thread burner 70 Swarovski Bicones 4 mm olivine AB; bc
Proposition 2 7 g Miyuki Seed beads 11° galvanized champagne (4204); sb11
140 Zorro Beads 6 x 5 mm jet full chrome (23980/27400); zb 1 g Miyuki Seed beads 15° bronze (457); sb15
35 2-hole-cabochons 6 mm metallic blue (29434); 2hc 1 magnetic clasp 8 mm bronze
37 round beads 4 mm metallic blue (29434); rb Fireline .12 mm 4 lb smoke
35 Spiky Buttons 4.5 x 6.5 mm jet full lagoon matted (23980/23773); spb

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RAW | Beadweaving
1 2

1 2
Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of Fireline and thread a needle. Attach 1 stop bead, Pick up 1 sb15 and pass through the 2nd hole of the following zb. Pick

Time
Level
Cost
leaving a 15 cm (6˝) tail. * Pick up 1 zb (mind the alignment!), 1 rb, 1 zb up 1 sb11, 1 sd and 1 sb11 and pass through the 2nd hole of the follow-
(mind the alignment) and 1 sb15. Repeat from * 34 more times, for ing zb. Repeat this step continuously until you have reached the other
the last repeat omit the sb15. Pick up 1 rb and pass back through the edge; finish with the insertion of 1 sb15.
2nd hole of the last zb.
4

4
3 Pick up 1 sb11 and 1 zb (mind the direction of the thread path) and pass back
Pick up 1 rb and pass back through the upper hole of the zb passed through the 2nd sb11 of the last group of the previous step. * Pick up 1 zb (mind
through last. Pass through the sb15 added last. * Pick up 3 sb11 and the direction of the thread path) and 1 sb11 and pass through the lower hole of
pass through the sb15 in the same direction, thus closing them into the following sd. Pick up 1 sb11 and 1 zb (mind the direction of the thread path)
a circle. Pass through the following beads and through the next sb15. and pass through the 2nd sb11 of the next group of the previous row. Repeat from
Repeat from * until you have reached the end of the row. The thread * continuously until you have reached the other edge. Pick up 1 zb (mind the
exits the lower hole of the last zb thread direction) and 1 sb11 and pass back through the lower hole of the last zb
of the 1st row. Pass through the following sb11 and the upper hole of the zb add-
5 ed last in this row. The thread exits toward the edge as shown in the diagram.

5
Pick up 2 sb11 and turn through the lower hole of the zb passed
through last. * Pick up 1 sb11, 1 sd and 1 sb11 and pass through the
lower hole of the following zb. Pick up 1 sb11 and pass through the
lower hole of the next zb. Repeat from * continuously until you have 6
reached the edge. Finally insert 1 sb11, 1 sd and 1 sb11. Pick up 2 sb11 and pass through the lower hole of the zb passed through
last. Pass through the sb11 before the last sd of the previous step and contin-
7 ue through the 2nd hole of this sd. * Pick up 1 sb11, 1 bc, 1 spb, 1 bc and 1 sb11
and pass through the 2nd hole of the following sd. Repeat from * until you have 63
reached the edge. Pass through the sb11 after the last sd and the lower hole
of the following zb. Pick up 2 sb11 and turn through the upper hole of the zb.
Continue through 1 sb11 and the upper hole of the following zb.
8
9

7
Embellishment: Pick up 1 sb11, 1 2hc (mind
the thread direction: through the lower
hole from right to left) and 1 sb11 and pass
through the upper hole of the underlying 8
1st zb of the 2nd row, 1 sb11, the upper hole of Turn through the upper hole of the sd and
the 2nd zb, 1 sb11 and the adjacent hole of the continue through 1 sb11, the lower hole of the 9
sd as shown in the diagram. following zb of the 1st row, 1 sb15 and the Pick up 1 sb11 and pass through the 2nd hole
lower hole of the adjacent zb as shown in of the 2hc. Pick up 1 sb11 and pass through
the lower hole of the underlying zb of the
10 the diagram.
1st row, the following sb15 and the lower hole
of the next zb.

10
Pass through the sb11 picked up first in the last step, the upper hole of the
2hc and the 2nd sb11 of the last step. Pick up 2 sb11 and turn through the
sb11 before the lower hole of the 2hc. Pass through the 2hc and the follow-
ing sb11. Pick up 2 sb11 and pass through the upper 1st sb11, the upper hole
of the 2hc and the following sb11. k
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k 11 12

11 12
Go forward through the sb11 before the Repeat steps 7–11 continuously until you have reached the other edge.
1st hole of the underlying sd. Pass through
the 2nd hole of the sd. Pass through the fol- 14
lowing sb11, 1 zb, 1 sb11 and 1 zb as shown in
the diagram.

13

14
At the opposite edge, remove the stop bead.
Pick up 3 sb11, the 2nd half of the clasp and
3 sb11 and pass through the last rb from bot-
13 tom to top as shown in the diagram. Retrace
Attachment of the clasp: The thread ex- the thread path through the attaching loop
its the sb11 after the upper hole of the 2hc, several times. Secure the thread and trim.
pass forward through the underlying rb to- Tip of the artist: She uses a new piece of
ward the upper edge. Pick up 3 sb11, the thread for the attachment of each half of the
first half of the clasp and 3 sb11 and again clasp. In this way it is possible to change the
pass through the rb. Retrace the thread path clasp without damaging the collar if needed.
through the attaching loop several times.
Secure the thread and trim.
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Works by our Readers


Show us your works under: www.perlen-poesie.com/contributions
64
Klimt‘s Kiss, submitted by Annette
Pohlner (Germany). She writes:
“Gustav Klimt‘s ‚Kiss‘, painted by a
Russian artist as a miniature on a
black lip oyster shell, inspired me
to design my necklace. The “male”
side is predominantly worked with
geometric beads and patterns,
while the “female” side carries
the floral and ornamental pattern
of the woman’s garment. About a
year ago, slowed down by an an-
kle fracture, I began working with
peyote and similar techniques.
Three months ago I designed my
first project in [bead] embroi-
dery. “Klimt‘s Kiss” is already my Caro Bachmann (Germany) has designed this versatile jewelry.
10 th object in this expressive tech- She writes: “I design everything myself and have used the ba-
nique and it turned out so well that sic techniques since summer 2016 with the help of your maga-
I would like to show it. “We can only zine. I wanted to show you a bit: it is my latest necklace and can
agree, Annette!” be worn in five variations.” The necklace can be worn with and
without attached jewelry elements. The latter can be used as
pendants on other necklaces or leather cords. As she shared
with us, this meditative hobby helps her to relieve stress. –
Thanks Caro!

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Annie

Time
Cost
Level
Jewelry Set
Quick to do: Stand out
with this expressive
necklace!

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Materials Necklace
Length incl. pendant about 29 cm (11.4˝)
1 Swarovski Cushion #4568 27 x 18 mm crystal paradise shine foiled; cu
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 18 mm crystal sphinx; ri
6 Swarovski Crystal Mesh #40001 crystal luminous green; crm
43 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm siam AB2; bc4
33 Swarovski Bicones #5328 3 mm siam AB2; bc3
1 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 8 mm crystal iridescent green; CP8
70 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 6 mm crystal iridescent green; cp6
20 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 4 mm crystal iridescent green; cp4
24 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 3 mm crystal iridescent green; cp3 Designed by
www.aperlen.de

1 faceted glass drop 20 x 10 mm crystal lila iris; gd-a


2 faceted glass drop 12 x 6 mm crystal lila iris; gd-b Xhin Zhao,
1g Miyuki Half Tilas matte black AB (0401FR); mht Germany
3g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° metallic dark green iris (0465); sb11
2g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° 24kt gold plated (0191); sb15
1 magnetic clasps bronzed
Fireline .12 mm smoke
1 beading needle #12
1 scissors or thread burner

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Project 11

k 1 2 3

2 3
Pick up 1 sb15, 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 mht, 1 sb15, Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 bc3, 1 sb11 and
1 bc3 and 1 sb15, pass through the 2nd thread 2 sb15 and pass through the 2nd thread chan-
channel of the following mht. Pick up 1 sb15, nel of the following mht. Pick up 2 sb15,
1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 mht, 1 sb15, 1 bc3 and 1 sb15 1 sb11, 1 bc3, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15, pass through
1 and pass through the 2nd cp6. Pick up 1 sb15, the 2nd thread channel of the following mht.
Bezel cu: Twice pick up a pattern of (1 cp6, 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 mht, 1 sb15, 1 bc3 and 1 sb15 Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 cp3, 1 bc4, 1 cp3,
1 sb11, 1 mht, 1 sb11, 1 cp6, 1 sb11, 1 cp6, and pass through the 2nd thread channel of 1 sb11 and 1 sb15, pass through the 2nd thread
1 sb11, 1 cp6, 1 sb11, 1 mht and 1 sb11) and the following mht. Repeat this step once. Go channel of the following mht. Repeat this
close them into a circle. Retrace the thread forward through the beads until the needle step one more time. Do not tighten the
path twice to reinforce, the needle exits exits the mht added second, turn through its thread yet!
the mht picked up first. Turn through the 2nd thread channel.
2nd thread channel of the bead.
6

4 5

6
Go forward through the following sb15 and sb11.
4 5 Pick up 1 sb15 and pass through the following
Insert the cu face up, tighten the thread. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc4, 1 sb15, bc3. Pick up 1 sb15 and pass through the sb11
Retrace the thread path of the round twice to 1 sb11 and 1 sb15, pass through the lower behind the bc4, go forward through the follow-
stabilize. The thread exits the 2nd hole of the thread channel of the following mht. Go for- ing sb15, 1 mht, 1 sb15, 1 bc3, 1 sb15 and 1 sb11.
mht in the upper middle. ward through the following sb15 and 1 bc3. Pick up 1 sb15 and pass through the following bc4.
Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 cp3, 1 sb15, Pick up 1 roc15 and pass through the sb11 behind
1 sb11 and 1 sb15, pass through the following the cp3. Go forward through the following sb15,
7
66 bc3, 1 sb15 and 1 mht. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 mht, 1 sb15 and 1 sb11. Pick up
1 sb15, 1 bc4, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15, pass 1 sb15 and pass through the following bc3. Pick
through the lower thread channel of the fol- up 1 sb15 and pass through the sb11 behind the
lowing mht. Repeat this step. bc4, go forward through the following sb15, 1 mht,
1 sb15 and 1 sb11. Repeat this step one more time.

7 8 9
Weave forward so that the needle exits
the cp6 on the upper edge toward the back.
Turn the work piece over. Go forward to and
through the cp6 on the left edge. Pick up
4 sb15, 1 sb11 and 4 sb15, again pass through
the cp6. Go forward through the follow-
ing sb11 and cp6. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 mht and
1 sb15, pass through the following cp6. Pick
up 1 sb15, 1 mht and 1 sb15 and pass through 8 9
the following cp6, 1 sb11 and 1 cp6. Repeat Twice pick up a pattern of 1 sb11, 1 mht and Pick up 2 sb15, 1 sb11 and 2 sb15 and pass
from * once more. Go forward through the 1 sb11 and pass through the 2nd thread chan- through the 2nd hole of the following mht. Pick up
newly added 4 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 (red nel of the following mht. Pick up 1 sb11, 1 mht 1 sb15 and pass through the 2nd thread channel of
thread path). and 1 sb11 and pass through the following the next mht. Pick up 1 sb15 and pass through the
sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15. Repeat this step one 2nd thread channel of the following mht. Repeat
more time. Retrace the thread path of this this step once more. Go forward through the
round to reinforce, the needle exits mht add- 2 sb15 and 1 sb11 added first. Pick up 2 sb15 and
ed first. Turn through its 2nd hole. pass through the opposite sb11. Pick up 2 sb15
and close them into a circle through the sb11 (red
thread path). Retrace the circle four times.
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10 11 12

11 12
ri bezel: Eight times pick up a pattern of Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass
1 CP8 and 1 sb11 and close them into a circle through the following CP8, 1 sb11 and 1 CP8.
by passing through the 1st CP8 again. To sta- Repeat this step three more times. Go for-
bilize retrace the thread path twice. The nee- ward through the first newly added sb15 and
dle exits 1 CP8. 1 sb11.

13 14

10 13 14
Go forward to and through the cp6 lying in Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, Insert 1 ri face up, tighten the thread and
the face down position (bordered in red). 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 pass again through the round. The thread
Turn the work piece over. Pick up 1 sb15, and pass through the following sb11 of the exits the 2nd sb15 behind 1 bc3.
1 sb11, 1 bc4, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 CP8, previous round. Repeat this step three more
1 sb11, 1 bc3, 4 sb15, 1 gd-a and 4 sb15, pass times. Do not tighten the thread yet.
back through the bc3, 1 sb11, 1 CP8 and
1 sb11. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 bc4, 1 sb11
and 1 sb15 and according to the diagram
pass through the cp6 this step started from.
To stabilize retrace the thread path three
times. Secure the thread and trim. Set the
finished center part aside.
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15 16 17

15 16 17
Pick up 1 sb15, 1 bc3 and 1 sb15, skip 5 Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass Retrace the thread path of the previous
beads and pass through the following sb15, through the next sb11 as shown in the dia- round, in doing so insert 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and
1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and gram, then pick up 1 sb15, 1 cp3, 1 sb15, 1 cp3 1 sb15 between each pair of cp3. Thoroughly
1 sb15. Repeat this step three more times. and 1 sb15 and pass through the following secure the thread and trim. Set the work
To reinforce retrace the thread path three sb11 according to the diagram. Repeat this piece aside. Make a bezel for the 2nd ri in the
times. Then weave forward in a way that the step three more times. At the end, go for- same manner. k
needle exits the 2nd sb11 behind 1 bc3 of the ward in a way that the needle exits the cp3
previous round. added first.

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Project 11

k 18 19

18
Assembly: The needle exits the cp6 bordered in red
of the center element, pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 cp4,
1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 cp6, 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 cp4, 1 sb11 and 19
1 sb15 and close them into a circle through the starting Pick up 2 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 cp4, 4 sb15,
bead. To reinforce retrace the thread path three times, 1 gd-b and 4 sb15, pass back through the newly added
at the end the needle exits the newly added cp6. Pick cp4 and 1 sb11. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 2 sb15 and
up 1 sb11, 1 cp6, 1 sb11, 1 cp6, 1 sb11, 1 cp6 and 1 sb11, pass through the cp6 this step started from. To rein-
close them into a circle through the starting bead. To force retrace the thread path once, at the end the nee-
reinforce retrace the thread path twice, the needle dle exits the starting bead, pass forward through the
exits the cp6 newly added as second. Pick up 1 sb15, following sb11 and 1 cp6.
1 sb11, 1 cp4, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through
the cp6 (bordered in red) of 1 ri bezel. Pick up 1 sb15,
1 sb11, 1 cp4, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the
starting bead. To reinforce retrace this thread path 20
twice, at the end the needle exits the starting bead cp6.
Go forward through the sb11 and the following cp6.

20
Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 bc4, 1 crm, 1 bc4, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15, pass
diagonally through the opposite cp6. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and
1 bc4, as shown in the diagram pass through the crm. Pick up 1 bc4,
1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the starting bead. To reinforce
retrace the thread path once. Thoroughly secure the thread
and trim.

21 21
As shown in the diagram insert 2 more elements at the 2nd CPR bor- cp6, pick up 2 sb15,
dered in red according to the previous steps, in doing so make 2 sb11, 1 cp3, 2 sb11 and
1 pendant once where the 4 sb15, gd-b and 4 sb15 are 2 sb15 and close them into a
replaced by 1 sb15. Do not work a pendant circle through the cp6. Go forward
68 for the 2nd element. Exit the last to and through the cp3. Pick up 1 sb15,
2 sb11, 1 bc4 and four times a pattern of (1 sb11,
1 cp4, 1 sb11, 1 cp4, 1 sb11, 1 cp4, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc4
and 1 sb15). At the end pick up 1 sb11, 1 cp4 and 1 sb11. Pick
up a loop of 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 3 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass
back through all beads after the sb11 behind the cp4 until you have
passed through the last bc4. Pick up 2 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the
cp3. Retrace the thread path all around once. Work the 2nd half of the chain in re-
versed order. Hook 1 half of the clasp into the loop on each side.

Materials Bracelet
Length: 18 cm (7.1˝)
1 Swarovski Cushion #4568 27 x 18 mm light siam foiled; cu
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 18 mm light siam foiled; ri
4 Swarovski Crystal Meshes #40001 crystal dorado; crm
26 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm light siam AB2; bc4
40 Swarovski Bicones #5328 3 mm light siam AB2; bc3
40 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 6 mm crystal iridescent red; cp6
12 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 4 mm crystal iridescent red; cp4
22 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 3 mm crystal iridescent red; cp3
1g Miyuki Half Tilas metallic brown iris (0458); mht
2g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° silverlined ruby (0011); sb11
2g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° black (0401); sb15
1 magnetic clasp onyx matte

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RAW | Beadweaving

1 1
Make 1 center element and 2 ri
elements as shown for the necklace
project; make the connection between
each of them with 1 connecting ele-
ment as shown in the diagram (without
pendant), these will be fastened at
1 cp6 of the center element and at
2 cp6 of the ri element. Finish 1 more
element on each side with bc4 on the
surface (see diagram).
2

2
Embellishment: Exit the left cp6 bordered in red of the connect- 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the sb11 marked
ing element (between the faceted crystals), pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, in red on the ri element. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc3, 1 sb15,
1 sb15, 1 bc4, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the exter- 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the cp6 on the connecting ele-
nal thread channel of the mht marked in red on the center element. ment. Retrace the thread path all around. Go forward to and through
Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc4, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and the opposite cp6. Pick up 4 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 sb11
pass through the cp6 on the connecting element. Retrace the thread and 4 sb15 and again pass through the starting bead. Go forward to
path all around. Go forward to and through the opposite cp6. Pick and through the 2nd sb11. Pick up 5 sb15 and close them into a circle
up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the sb11. Pass forward through 1 sb15. Four times pick up
through the sb11 bordered in red on the ri element. Pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb15 and pass through the following sb15. Secure the thread and
1 sb11, 1 sb15, 1 bc3, 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the trim. Finish the 2nd half of the bracelet in reversed order.
cp6 on the connecting element. Exit the left cp6 bordered in red on
the connecting element (external), pick up 1 sb15, 1 sb11, 1 sb15,

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Materials Earrings
Length incl leaver back 6 cm (2.4˝) 1
2 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 18 mm crystal ultra ruby AB unfoiled; ri Make 1 ri bezel as shown for the necklace. Add 1 connecting element as
2 Swarovski Crystal Meshes #40001 sapphire; crm shown in the diagram. Exit the cp6 bordered in red, pick up 1 sb15, 1 bc3,
8 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm light amethyst AB2; bc4 1 sb15, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and pass through the sb11 bordered in red on the
20 Swarovski Bicones #5328 3 violet AB2; bc3 bezel. Pick up 1 sb15 and according to the diagram pass through the sb11.
24 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 6 mm crystal iridescent dark blue; cp6 Pick up 1 sb15, 1 bc3 and 1 sb15 and pass through the cp6. Go forward to
4 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 4 mm crystal iridescent dark blue; cp4 and through the opposite cp6. Pick up 3 sb15, 1 sb11, 3 sb15, 1 sb11 and
16 Swarovski Crystal Pearls #5810 3 mm crystal iridescent dark blue; cp3 3 sb15 and close them into a circle through the cp6. Retrace the thread
1g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° galvanized wine (1089); sb11 path three times. Secure the thread and trim. Hook the leaver back into
1g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° lined ruby AB (2249); sb15 the just made loop. Make a 2nd earring in the same manner.
1 magnetic clasp onyx matte v
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Lauscha

Lauscha – 400 Years of


The small town in the Thuringian Forest owes its
70
existence to the glassmakers who still work here today.

S
ince 2009 Perlen Poesie has been show-
ing how beaded jewelry is made. On our
travels through the beading world, we
visit artists and historical sites. Today,
we are reporting on a place in Germany
where glass has been produced almost
continuously for over 400 years – some-
thing definitely out of the ordinary!
For the production of glass, you need
silica (sand), which is the actual glass-forming substance,
as well as alkali (soda, potash) which is used as flux (to low-
er the temperature at which the silica melts), and lime (the
mineral), used as a curing agent. This mixture is melted to a
viscous mass at a temperature of about 1,500 degrees Cel-
sius. The heat for this was traditionally produced in the so-
called glass furnace by a wood fire, in which stood a glass

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Glasperlentage

In the Farbglashütte Lauscha: During GlasPerlentage, demonstrations of pulling glass rods take
place. Left: Warming up the glass gob. Middle: In the background, the puller prepares the glass gob

Glass
and the runner has nearly finished the (glass) plate. Right: The puller puts the hot glass gob on the
plate of the puller („marriage“). Right outer: the puller and runner create a huge glass rod on the
wooden pulling track – which can be up to 45 m (49 yds) long.
Links below: Glass Christmas decorations were invented in Lauscha, like this Lauscha Christmas
tree ball.
Middle below: the Lauscha Glass Princess.

pot, made of clay, in which the mixture melted. The pot-


ash was obtained by burning wood. Therefore glassworks 71
(aka glass houses) were usually built directly inside forests.
When the wood of the surrounding area had been harvested,
the glass-making families moved on and began again else-
where. Their cabins of lightweight construction left hardly
any traces. It was different in Thuringian Lauscha. Here the
glassmakers Hans Greiner and Christian Müller received
a glassworks concession from the landowner, the Coburg
duke Johann Casimir in 1597, who also assured them of suf-
ficient wood. Over the decades and centuries, the families
expanded and the descendants founded new glassworks in
the area. Here glass was both produced and processed into
products for everyday use. The range of products includ-
ed, among others, balsam vials (for the medicinal herbs in-
dustry in the region of the Thuringian Forest), inkwells/ink
bottles, weights for clocks, shoemaker’s balls (water-filled,
colorless glass flasks used to collect diffused light from the
sun, oil or gas lamps, then focus that light onto workplaces),
powder horns (for the storage of gunpowder), crown glass
(aka bull‘s-eye panes, these were the first windowpanes –
small and round) and all types of drinking vessels (glasses).

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Lauscha

GlasPerlentage: A lampwork glass bead artist introduces spe-


cial techniques (Martina Schlemminger, pictured).
Right: Glass eyes from Lauscha – designed by ocularists (mak-
ers of glass eyes) in Lauscha from the glass of Farbglashütte
(glassworks for colored glass).

They had a greenish hue, due to the high iron content of the were mirrored from the inside (initially with a poisonous
sand, and were also interspersed with tiny bubbles, caused lead solution, later with silver nitrate) and then dipped by
by remnants of unmelted sand. This type of glass is also the family members in colorants, and sometimes partially in
known as forest glass. Today, this appearance is once again mica particles as well. Demand grew rapidly. Around 1900,
72 considered charming and is imitated using modern meth- Frank Winfield Woolworth placed an order of about 200,000
ods, then further processed into bottles, glasses and vases. balls and other Christmas tree decorations for his depart-
ment store chain in the USA. After an eventful history of two

L
auscha is known for several extraordinary in- world wars and the Communist era in the eastern part of
ventions; for example, it is considered to be the Germany, Christmas tree decorations are now being pro-
home of glass Christmas tree ornaments and duced again in traditional craftsmanship using some more
Christmas decorations. In the middle of the 18th than 100 years old processes, forms and tools.
century, the glassworks in the village were no Artificial glass eyes became a further source of the do-
longer able to provide enough work for the growing popu- mestic economy. Indeed, such things were already available
lation, and they were looking for new „glass-based“ oppor- from France. However, in 1835, Ludwig Müller-Uri created
tunities for employment. A descendant of the Greiner fam- an artificial human eye out of glass in a quality never seen be-
ily imported the method of creating lamp-blown glassware fore. The somewhat later developed Lauscha cryolite glass
from the Rhineland to Lauscha. Now even glass could be proved to be particularly malleable and therefore well-tol-
softened and shaped in one’s own home in front of an oil or erated. The professional branches of ocularist (maker of eye
paraffin burner – and glass jewelry was born: around 1762, or ocular prosthetics) as well as animal and doll eye-makers
hollow blown beads, then also glass figures and animals. In developed – to this day a highlight of the Lauscha glass art.
1847 a Lauscha glassblower invented colored glass spheres During the production of animal eyes out of glass, in 1848
as ornaments for the Christmas tree. The construction of a another descendant of Greiner invented marble scissors, a
gasworks in Lauscha in 1867 allowed actual mass produc- device for the production of glass marbles.
tion of this new type of tree decoration, as large and thin-
walled balls could be blown with a very hot gas flame. They

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Glasperlentage

Glass rose balls from the Farbglashütte Lauscha for garden decoration.

T
oday‘s „Farbglashütte Lauscha“ (glassworks
for colored glass) has existed for more than 150
years. The adjoining museum for glass art pres-
ents the Thuringian glass from the late Middle
Ages to the present day. Every year in March, the 73
„Lauscha GlasPerlentage“ (Glass Bead Days) takes place – a
sales fair for artistically shaped glass beads with workshops
for the grinding, engraving and sandblasting of glass beads,
silvering of hollow glass beads, and special techniques for
the production of hollow and solid glass beads. In addition
to this, pulling glass is demonstrated in the glassworks, the
freshly-made glass rods can then be purchased „live“. Tours
concerning the history are available; also the „Lauschaer
Glasprinzessin“ (the Glass Princess of Lauscha) presides
www.farbglashuette-lauscha.de

over it all.
We can definitely recommend a visit to the Farbglashütte
Lauscha and the Lauscha GlasPerlentage: it will increase
your appreciation of the history as well as impress you with
how hard the work of the glass production still is. On top of
that, you can train your eye and, in the future, you will be able
to distinguish high-quality, hand-made artist beads from
GlasPerlentage: Medieval glass bead production is presented. mass made products of poor quality.
In a clay oven, heat is generated with charcoal and the help of a Andrea Ott
2-chamber bellows so that the glass can melt. Production and
demonstration by Monika Müllner and Thomas Beer.

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Project 12

Helin Bracelet
Just fun: cheerful adornment for
your wrist with Pinch Beads.

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FB: Annamaria Dudas

Designed by
Materials Annamaria Dudas,
Width 3 cm, length 13.5 cm (5.3˝, without clasp) Malta
5g SuperDuos 2.5 x 5 mm chalkwhite ceramic look (03000-14400); sd-a
5g Matubo SuperDuos 2.5 x 5 mm labrador (00030-27000); sd-b
4g Miyuki Seed Beds 11° Duracoat galvanized eggplant (4220); sb11
30 Pinch Beads 5 x 3 mm pastel lilas; pb-c
30 Pinch Beads 5 x 3 mm pastel aqua; pb-d
15 Diabolo or Pellet Beads pastel aqua (02010/25019); db
1 beading needle #10
nylon thread .15 mm
1 scissors

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Beadweaving

1 2 3 4

Time
Cost
Level
1 2 3
Hexagon, base circle: Cut 2.8 m Pick up 1 db and pass through the Triangle: Twice pick up a pattern of
(110˝) of thread and thread a nee- opposite sd-a. Pass back through (1 sb11, 1 sd-b, 1 sb11 and 1 sd-a). 4
dle. Six times pick up a pattern of the db, in doing so push the db into Pick up 1 sb11, 1 sd-b and 1 sb11 Pick up 1 sb11 and pass through
1 sd-a and 1 sb11 and close them the center of the element. Again and pass through the same hole the 2nd hole of the next sd-b (skip
into circle with a double-knot leav- pass through the sd-a this step of the sd-a this started from. Pass the sd-a). Repeat this step one
ing a 50 cm (20˝) tail. Pass through started from. Turn through the forward through 1 sb11 and the more time. Pick up 1 sb11 and pass
the round again, the thread exits 2nd hole of this sd-a. 1st hole of the following sd-b. Turn through the 2nd hole of the sd-b
from 1 sd-a. through the 2nd hole of the sd-b. this step started from. Tighten
the thread, the sd-b will contract
upward, see diagram. If need-
ed pass through this round again.
Turn through the 1st hole of the
5 6 7 sd-b passed through last. Go for-
ward through 1 sb11 and through
both holes of the following sd-a.

5 6 7
Pick up 1 sb11 and 1 sd-a. Push the Pick up 1 sb11, 1 sd-b and 1 sb11 Pick up 1 sb11, 1 sd-b, 1 sb11, 1 sd-a, 1 sb11, 1 sd-b and 1 sb11, pass
beads close to the existing beads. and pass through the 2nd hole of the through the 2nd hole of the sd-a of step 5 and continue through 1 sb11 and
Turn through the 2nd hole of the following sd-a in the base circle. the 1st hole of the following sd-b (green thread path). Turn through the
sd-a. Pull the thread tight. 2nd hole of the sd-b and repeat step 4.

8 9 10 11
75

8 9 10
Repeat steps 5–7 all around, until Pick up 1 pb-c and pass through Pick up 1 pb-d and pass through 11
you have finished a total of 6 trian- the next inner sb11. Repeat this the following outer 1 sb11, 1 sd-b Pick up 1 sb11 and 1 sd-a. Push the
gles around the base circle. Close step all around. Pass forward and 1 sb11. Repeat this step all beads close to the work piece, turn
the round with 1 sb11 between the through (1 sd-b, 1 sb11) twice until around; with the last repeat pass through the 2nd hole of the sd-a.
last sd-a and the opposite sd-a you have passed through 1 outer through 1 sb11 only, turn through Tighten the thread. Pick up 1 sb11,
on the 1st element. Pass forward sb11 as shown in the diagram. both holes of the following sd-b 1 sd-b, 1 sb11 and 1 sd-a. Push the
through the beads to and through and pass through 1 sb11 of the low- beads close to the existing beads
1 inner sb11 on the upper level as er level and turn through the fol- and turn through the 2nd hole of the
shown in the diagram. lowing sd-a (see diagram). sd-a. Pull the thread tight. Pick up
1 sb11 and pass through the follow-
ing sd-a as shown in the diagram.

k
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Project 12 || Beadweaving

k 12 13 14 15

12 13 14
Go forward on the lower level, exit Pick up 1 sb11, 1 sd-b, 1 sb11, 1 sd-a, Five times pick up a pattern of (1 sb11
the 1st hole of the sd-a picked up 1 sb11, 1 sd-b and 1 sb11 and pass and 1 sd-a) and 1 more sb11 and
last in the previous step. forward through 1 sd-a, 1 sb11, close the circle through the hole
1 sd-b, 1 sb11 and 1 sd-a (green of the sd-a this step started from.
thread path). Repeat step 4. The Attach 1 db in the center as shown in
thread exits the 2nd hole of the sd-a step 2. Continue according to the di-
as shown in the diagram. agram until you have passed through 15
the 2nd hole of 1 sd-a. Repeat step 8.

16 17 shown in the diagram. Pick up 1 sb11,


19
1 sd-a, 1 sb11, 1 sd-a and 1 sb11,
close the beads into a circle through
the existing sd-as according to the
diagram and insert 1 db into the cen-
ter of the flower according to step 2.
Repeat this step on the opposite side
in a mirrored order. Repeat steps
11–17, until you have reached the de-
sired length of the bracelet.

18

76 19
Pick up 6 sb11 and turn through 1
18 opposite sb11 in the triangle. Pass
Clasp bar: Use a new piece of thread back through 3 sb11, pick up 2 sb11
and make 1 single triangle unit. To do and pass through the 4th sb11. Pass
so pick up a pattern of (1 sb11, 1 sd-b, through the 3rd sb11 and the 1st newly
1 sb11 and 1 sd-a) three times and added sb11 (herringbone). Make 4
close them into a circle with a dou- more herringbone pairs of 2 sb11
16 17 ble-knot. Pass through all the beads each. Pick up 1 sb11 and pass
Repeat steps 9 and 10. Go forward to and through one of the in the circle again, the thread exits through the beads of the center
2 sd-a between the 2 hexagons as 1 sd-b. Turn through the 2nd hole of triangle in a circle behind the last
the sd-b. Repeat step 4, tighten the hexagon, start with the sb11 behind
20 thread thoroughly. At the end, turn the outer sd-b. The thread exits
through the 1st hole of the sd-b and the sb11 before the sd-b, pick up
go forward through 1 sb11. 1 sb11 and pass back through the
2nd herringbone column. To reinforce
retrace the thread path several
times. Secure the thread and trim.
20
On the opposite edge, use the tail and pass forward to and through the
sb11 before the sd-b of the 1st level facing outward. Pick up 5 sb11 and pass
through the 2nd and 3rd sb11 again. Pick up 2 sb11 and pass back through
the 4th sb11 (= 1 herringbone-pair). Pass forward through the 3rd and
1st sb11 of the new pair. Add 2 more herringbone pairs. Pick up about 23–25
sb11 (choose the number so that the thus made ring fits over the clasp bar)
and pass back through the 2nd herringbone column, to reinforce retrace
the thread path once. Secure the thread and trim. v
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Project 13 || Beadweaving

Toscana Bead

Time
Cost
Level
Great idea: Beaded cube
pendant –a round bead in the
center stabilizes it.

www.maturabeads.cz
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Materials
Size 26 x 26 mm
24 Matubo Nib-Bit jet bronze matted (23980/84415); nb
72 Matubo Miniduo opaque turquoise nebula matte (63030/85001); md
24 Matubo Seed Beads 8° jet bronze (23980/14415); sb8
1g Miyuki Seed Beads 11° matte opaque light denim luster (2038); sb11 Designed by
1g Miyuki Seed Beads 15° Duracoat galvanized dark mauve (4213); sb15 Nela Kabelova,
12 Czech fire-polished beads 4 mm pink opal (71120); fp Czech Republic
1 round bead wood 20 mm dark blue
beading thread (K.O., Miyuki, Nymo, OneG) brown
1 beading needle #10 or #12
1 2
1 scissors

Mounting on a chain (optional, step10):


1 70 cm (27.6˝) of link chain 3 mm thick stainless steel
5 links of link chain 2 mm thick 5 cm long stainless steel 1 2
9 Czech fire-polished beads 4 mm pink opal (71120); fp4 Cut 60 cm (24˝) of thread and thread Pick up 1 md and turn through the
5 Czech round beads 6 mm sapphire blue opal (31000); fp6 a needle. Four times pick up a pat- 2nd hole of the following md. Pick up
5 head pins 20 mm stainless steel tern of 1 md and 1 nb (through the 1 md and pass through the 2nd thread
5 eye pins 20 mm stainless steel thread channel on the tapered side) channel of the next nb (wide side).
1 eye pins 50 mm stainless steel and close them into a circle with Repeat this step all around. At the
1 jump ring 5 mm stainless steel a firm double-knot. Pass forward end, pass forward through the
2 flat nose pliers through 1 nb and turn through its 1st newly added md and turn through
1 round nose pliers 2nd hole. its 2nd hole. k
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Project 13 || Beadweaving

k 3 4 5

3
Pick up sb15, 1 sb11, 1 fp, 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 4 5
and pass through the 2nd hole of the md be- According to steps 1–3, work the next side, Repeat step 4 one more time for the 3rd side,
hind the following nb. Pick up 1 sb8 and pass attaching it to the 1st side in the last round. To attaching it to the opposite edge of side 2.
through the 2nd hole of the next md. Repeat do so, when you repeat step 3, pick up 1 sb15
this step all around. Secure the thread with and 1 sb11, pass through 1 fp on the edge
some half hitch knots around the existing of the 1st side, pick up 1 sb11 and 1 sb15 and
thread betweeen the beads. Trim the excess pass through the 2nd hole of the following md.
thread. The first side of the cube shaped
bead is finished.

6 6
Repeat step 4 for the 4th side, attaching it to
the opposite edge of side 3. Additionally, at-
tach the opposite edge of side 4 to the fp on
the outer edge of side 1. A ring with 4 sides
will form.

7 7
To make the cover repeat step 4 one more time, attaching it to
the existing fp of all 4 sides in the last round.

78
8
Insert the wooden bead into the still open cube bead
for stabilzation. Repeat step 4 for the last area. Use
a thread of 1.5 m (60˝) length and attach this area to
the existing fp of all 4 sides. This will close the bead.
9 Secure the thread, but do not trim!

10

10
Mounting: String 1 fp4 on 1 head pin, bend a loop and
hook it into 1 piece of the smaller link chain. Repeat for
the 4 remaining head pins. At the other end hook all
5 pieces into the loop of a short eye pin. String 1 fp6 on
9 the pin, bend a loop, hooking it into the loop of the lon-
Go forward to and through 1 sb8 in a corner of this side. * Pick up 1 sb11 and pass ger eye pin as you go. Slide 1 fp6, the beaded bead and
through the adjacent sb8 of the next side. Repeat from * twice, this will close the 1 more fp6 on the eye pin. Make a loop and mount the
corner and reinforce it. If you wish you can pass through this round one more time. pin on the chain with a jump ring. If you wish you can
Close all 8 corners and stabilize in this manner. Secure the thread and trim. add additional beads on eye pins. Use the picture for
orientation. v
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Recommended reading

For Skill Enhancement


Use only
³jump
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rings!

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“Creative Leather Jewelry – 21 Stylish “exotic adornments – 18 Luxurious Bead-


Lauren
Projects That Make a Statement”, Andersen work Jewelry Projects”, Kelly Wiese; Eng-
Christina Anton; English, 120 pages, lish, 144 pages, 9781632503527, F+W Media
9781454709503, Lark “One Jump Ring – endless possibilities for In her book, the well-known author shows
Cheerful, brightly colored eye-catchers chain mail jewelry”, Lauren Andersen; beautifully glamorous designs of glittering
made of leather, suitable for everyday wear. English, 112 pages, 9781627003032, crystals, metallic beads and glass stones,
The designer features 21 modern projects Kalmbach which have the appearance of precious
with fringes, geometric shapes and other In her book, the designer explains a simpli- stones. The fundamentals of the stitches
ideas. The required basic techniques from fied and well-organized path for stylish chain used – herringbone, peyote and Right-Angle-
punching to sewing are presented in a clear maille projects. For this, she uses only jump Weave, among others, are included. 18 proj-
manner. With step-by-step instructions. For rings in size 4.8 mm. Many weaves are pre- ects with step-by-step instructions. For ex-
beginners sented for versatile looks. 25 projects that perienced beginners and advanced.
slowly but surely increase the user‘s skills.
With step-by-step instructions. For begin-
WEDDING JEWELRY ners.
30 inspirational
designs to make
SIAN HAMILTON
79

“Wedding Jewelry. 30 inspirational Designs


to make”, Sian Hamilton; English, “Elegant Soutache”,
144 pages, 9781784943301, GMC Amee K. Sweet-McNamara; English,
The designer showcases wedding jewel- 264 pages, 9781454709176, Lark
ry in six collections; each of which contains The book presents elaborately decorated,
five ornaments. The themes are: Vintage, “The Art of Tatting Jewelry – Exquisite Lace color-intensive jewelry. Various sewing
Nature, Classic, Lace, Floral and Celtic. Most and Bead Designs”, Lyn Morton; English, stitches are used to create brooches,
of the necessary basic knowledge is taught 112 pages, 9781784942496, GMC bracelets, necklaces and earrings with
in the book. The 30 designs include head- The artist presents fine jewelry made using Soutache braid and other materials.
dresses such as tiaras, decorated combs the Occhi lace technique. Delicate nostalgic 12 pieces with step-by-step instructions.
and hairpins, as well as brooches, necklac- necklaces, bracelets, pendants and earrings Gradually moves up from the “simple”
es, bracelets and earrings. All projects with as well as embellishments for clothes and project to the “more complex”. For
step-by-step instructions. For beginners bags are shown. 40 designs with simple dia- experienced beginners and advanced.
and advanced. gram guidance.

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Project 14

Royal Blossom Bracelet


The name says it all: The artist created this
sophisticated jewelry design for the IBA
2016, which had the motto “From Cubism to
Art Deco: Clear Lines!“

80
www.etsy.com/shop/Ofbeaddesigns

Materials
Size 17 cm x 6.5 cm (6.7˝ x 2.6˝)
15 g Preciosa Charlottes 13° crystal terra metallic (18503); sb13
10 g Toho Seed Beads 15° permafinish galvanized rose gold (PF551); sb15-a Designed by
10 g Toho Seed Beads 15° semi glazed rainbow turquoise (2634F); sb15-b Oxana Ripela,
1 Swarovski Rivoli #1122 18 mm crystal golden shadow; ri18
2 Swarovski Cushion Cuts #4470 12 mm erinite; cc Slovak Republic
4 Swarovski Chatons #1028 8 mm erinite, ch
12 Swarovski Rivolis #1122 6 mm crystal golden shadow; ri6
8 Swarovski Bicones #5328 4 mm crystal golden shadow; bc4
6 Swarovski Bicones #5328 3 mm crystal golden shadow; bc3
6 Swarovski Bicones #5328 2.5 mm crystal golden shadow; bc2
1 decorative slide lock 3 loops silver
beading thread polyamide transparent*
1 beading needle #15
1 scissors or thread burner
* The artist recommends thin transparent beading thread for this project, because it
will not be visible between the beads and passes comfortably through the tiny beads of
this project several times.

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Square Stitch | Peyote | RAW | Beadweaving

1 2 3 4 5

Time
Cost
Level
1 2 3 4 5
Bezel ri18: Cut 1.5 m Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass Repeat step 3–45 times Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass
(60˝) of thread and thread again through the bead through the next underly- more. The current round back through the next un-
a needle. Pick up 48 the thread exited from. ing sb15-a. Pass forward consists now of a total of derlying sb15-a. Continue
sb15-a and close them Pass through the newly through the newly added 47 sb15-a. through all sb15-a of the
into a circle with a firm added sb15-a, the work- sb15-a. 1st round. Tighten the
double-knot. Pass for- ing direction will change. thread. Turn through the
ward through some of Thoroughly tighten the newly added sb15-a.
the beads. thread in a way that the 8 9
new sb15-a sits close to
the underlying bead.
6 10

7
8 9
Pick up 1 sb15-a and pass Pick up 1 sb15-a, pass back
back through the sb15-a through the next sb15-a
6 after the next and through of the previous round and 10
Pick up the ri18 and posi- the next sb15-a (= pass pass forward through Repeat steps 7–9 for eleven more
tion it in the ring in a way 7 back a total of 2 sb15-a). the newly added sb15-a times (= a total of 36 sb15-a). At
that its edge lies between Back: Pick up 1 sb15-a Pass forward through the (= 1 square stitch). the end, pass forward through the
the two beaded rounds. and pass again through newly added sb15-a. sb15-a added first in the current
Tip of the artist: Alter- the bead the thread exit- round. Tip: Try if the inserted crys-
natively you can insert the ed from. Pass through the tal is truly firmly enclosed. If neces-
crystal later when about sb15-a, the working direc- sary pass through the rounds again
2/3 of the next round of tion will be reversed. with high thread tension.
square stitch is finished.
This will prevent the stone
from falling out of the proj- 81
ect several times while you 12 13 14 15
are working and thus you
will be more concentrated
on the firmness of 6
7
1
the stitches. 5
4 3
2

11 12 13 14
5th round: Start according 6th round: Start according 7th round: Start according 15
to step 7. Repeat steps 8 to step 7. Four times repeat to step 7. Repeat step 9 five Close the back: Pick
and 9 nine times, work step steps [8, 9, 9], then work times. Pick up 1 sb15-a, up 1 sb15-a, pass back
8 one more time (= a to- step 8 one more time then pass back through 2 sb15-a through the beads 2 and
tal of 20 sb15-a). At the step 9 once more (= a total of the previous round. Pass 1. Pass through the newly
end pass forward through of = 15 sb15-a). At the end, forward through the newly added bead. Pass through
the sb15-a added first in pass forward through added sb15-a. Pass back the beads 4 and 3, then
11 this round. the sb15-a added first in through the next sb15-a pass back through new-
Start the 4th round ac- this round. and the previously passed ly added sb15-a. Pass
cording to step 7. * Repeat through 1st sb15-a. Pass through the beads 6 and
step 8. Twice repeat step forward through the new- 5, then back through the
9. Repeat from * five ly added sb15-a (= a total newly added sb15-a. Pass
more times (= a total of of 7 sb15-a). Pass forward through bead 7. Secure the
30 sb15-a). At the end through the sb15-a added thread and trim.
pass forward through the first in this round.
sb15-a added first. k

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k 16 17 18 19 20
5 6
4 7
3 8
2 1

16 17 18 19 20
Bezel cc: Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of thread and 4th round: Start with step 7. 5th round: Start with step 7. 6th round: Start with step Close the back: Pick up
thread a needle. Pick up 34 sb15-a and Then work step 9 for a total Attach a total of 16 sb15-a 7. Attach a total of 8 sb15-a 1 sb15-a, pass back through
close them into a circle with a firm dou- of 19 times and step 8 even- all around in square stitch. all around in square stitch. the beads 2 and 1. Pass
ble-knot. Pass forward through some ly spread for four times Close the round through Close this round through through the newly added bead.
beads. Work steps 2–5, but repeat step (= a total of 24 sb15-a). the first 2 sb15-a. the 1st sb15-a. Pass through the beads 4 and
3 only 31 times. 3rd round: Repeat step Close the round through 3, then pass back through
7 once. Repeat step 9 six times. Repeat the first 2 sb15-a of the cur- the newly added sb15-a. Pass
step 8 once. Repeat step 9 twice. rent round. through the beads 8 and 7,
Repeat step 8 once. Repeat step 9 then back through the newly
three times. Repeat step 8 once. Insert 22 23 24 added sb15-a. Pass through
1 cc as shown in the diagram. Finish the beads 5 and 6 and for the
the round in reversed order. Pick up last time through the new
1 more sb15-a, pass back through the sb15-a. Secure the thread
underlying 2 sb15-a of the previous row, and trim.
pass forward through the newly add- 22 23 24
ed sb15-a. Close the round through the 4th round: Repeat step 7. 5th round: Repeat step Bezel ri6: Cut 1.5 m (60˝)
1st sb15-a. Five times, repeat steps 7. * Repeat step 7 one of thread and thread a 25
7 and 8. Close the round more time, but pass back needle. Pick up 16 sb15-a
through the 1st sb15-a. through the underlying and close them into a
3rd and 2nd sb15-a (thus circle with a firm dou-
21 skipping 1 sb15-a of the ble-knot. Pass forward
previous round). Repeat through few beads. Work 25
28 from * two more times. steps 2–5, but repeat step Attach 4 sb15-a in square
Pass through all 4 sb15-a 3 fourteen times only. stitch as shown for the
21 of this round gain. Tighten Insert the ri6 between the bezel of the ch. Surround
Bezel ch: Cut 1.5 m (60˝) of thread the thread. Secure the re- two rounds. Repeat steps all ri6 in this manner.
and thread a needle. Pick up 28 maining thread and trim. 7–9 four times.
23 sb15-a and close them into a cir- Pick up 1 sb15-b and pass Surround 3 more ch in
cle with a firm double-knot. Go for- through the sb15-b after this manner.
ward through some beads. Repeat the next. Repeat this step 32
steps 2–5, in doing so repeat step 3 five times.
82 for 21 times only. Insert the ch be-
tween the 2 beaded rounds. Five 31
times repeat steps 7–9. Repeat steps 29 32
7 and 8. Close the round through the Repeat steps 29–31
1st sb15-a of this round. seven times.
31
29 Repeat step 28.
Pick up 1 sb13 and pass
26
back through the sb15-b 33
33
26 added last. Six times Repeat step 28 seven times
Large leaf: Pick up add 1 sb15-b each time and pass through the the adja-
1 sb15-b and 1 sb13 and in peyote. cent sb13. Pick up 1 sb13-b and
close them into a circle pass back through the sb15-b
with a firm double-knot. 30 of the previous row added last.

27 34
30 34
Pick up 2 sb15-b, 1 sb13 Six times add 1 sb15-b in
and 1 sb15-b, skip peyote. Pick up 1 sb13 and
27 1 sb15-b, 1 sb13 and 1 sb15-b and pass back
Pick up 15 sb15-b, 1 sb13 1 sb15-b and pass back through the sb15-b added last
and 1 sb15-b, skip the last through the sb15-b picked in the previous step. Six times
sb15-b and the sb13 and up first. add 1 sb15-b in peyote.
pass back through the
next sb15-b.

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Square Stitch | Peyote | RAW | Beadweaving

35 36

35 36
Pick up 1 sb15-b, 1 sb13 and 1 bc2 and pass through the opposite sb13 Pick up 1 sb15-b and pass back through the sb15-b added last.
of the 1st half of the leaf. Pass back through the bc2. Pass through the
underlying sb13 in the opposite direction.

37 38

37
Repeat steps 29–31. 38
Pick up 1 sb15-b, 1 sb13 and 1 sb15-b and pass back through the
sb15-b picked up first.
39
40

39
83
Repeat step 34. Repeat steps 35–37, inserting 1 bc4. Repeat step 34.
Repeat steps 35-37, inserting 1 more bc4. Repeat step 34. Repeat steps 40
35–37 with 1 bc3. Pick up 1 sb15-b and 1 sb13, pass through the oppo- Seven times insert 1 sb13 in peyote.
site sb13 of the other half of the leaf. Pass through the sb13 picked up in
the current step from the opposite direction.

41 42

42
Small leaf: Cut 1.5 m (60˝) and thread a needle. Pick up 1 sb15-b and
1 sb15-a and close them into a circle with a firm double-knot. Pick up
41 11 sb15-b, 1 sb15-a and 1 sb15-b, skip 1 sb15-b and 1 sb15-a and pass
Following the thread path through the beads of the previous row, back through the next sb15-b. Work the small leaf in the same way as
pass back to the opposite edge and to the other half of the leaf. Seven the large one as shown in the diagram, but narrower and with 1 bc2,
times insert 1 sb13 in peyote. Secure the thread and trim. 1 bc4 and 1 bc3 inserted in the middle each time. Stop before the em-
bellishment on the edges. k
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Project 14

k 43 44 45 46
44 45 46
Base ring for ri18: Pick up Pick up 3 sb13 and again Pick up 2 sb13, pass back
4 sb13 and close them into pass through the sb13 you through the next sb13
a round by passing through started from. Pass for- of the base round and
all the beads again (= base ward through 1 sb13. the sb13 the thread ex-
round). ited from. Pass forward
through 2 sb13.
48
47 49

47 48 49
Repeat the previous step. Pick up 1 sb13 and work 2nd CRAW cube: Pick up 3 sb13 and
43 Pass forward through the last RAW circle as close them into a circle through the
Twice insert 1 sb15-a in peyote. Pick up 1 sb15-a. Pick up 1 sb13. shown in the diagram. sb13 the thread exited from. Pass
1 bezeled ch and pass through 1 sb15-a in the 3rd round Pass through all 4 sb13 forward through 1 sb13. Pick up
in the rear as shown in the diagram. Again pass through lying on top in the circle. 2 sb13 and pass through the sb13
the just picked up sb15-a. Continue through the next 51 Therewith the 1st CRAW picked up first in the previous step
protruding sb15-b of the leaf. Twice insert 1 sb15-b in cube is finished. and the sb13 the thread exited from.
peyote. According to the diagram, weave through the Pass forward through 1 sb13. Pick
beads of the leaf to the opposite edge. Five times insert up 2 sb13 and pass through the
1 sb15-a in peyote. Secure the thread and trim. Make sb13 picked up first in the previous
one more small leaf, in doing so attach the ch to the step and the sb13 the thread exited
other edge of the leaf. Make one more element of 2 small from. Pass forward through 1 sb13
leaves with 1 ch between them. and continue through the third sb13
51 of the first step. Pick up 1 sb13 and
Position the bezeled ri18 face up on the ring. Pick up close the circle. Pass forward un-
2 sb15-b and pass through 1 sb15-a in the 2nd round til the thread exits through the just
of the bezel from the opposite direction. Tighten the picked up sb13.
50 thread. Pass through the sb15-b picked up second.
Pick up 1 sb15-b and pass through the sb13 this step
50 started from. Pass forward through the 1st sb15-b. Pick
Pass through all sb13 on top (= 2nd CRAW up 2 sb15-b and pass through the next sb15-a in the 2nd
cube). Repeat the 1st and 2nd CRAW cubes round of the bezel from the opposite direction. Tighten
eleven more times, with the last repeat con- the thread. Pass through both picked up sb15-b. Pick
nect the last unit with the first unit (= ring of up 1 sb15-b and pass back through the next 2 sb13.
twelve times the 1st and 2nd units). Pass forward through 4 sb15-b as shown in the dia-
84 gram. Pass forward through 1 sb13 of the next CRAW 52
cube. Repeat this step eleven times, fastening the be-
zel all around in this manner. At the end pass forward
53 through the 1st sb13 in the center of the 1st CRAW unit. 52
At the start of the 2nd round attach
the 1st cube directly in CRAW.
53
Pick up 4 sb13 and pass back through the
2 sb13 on top of the next CRAW cube. Pass 54 55
through 1 sb13.

54 55
56 Pick up 1 sb13 and pass through the 2nd and Pick up 2 sb13 and pass back through 2 sb13
the 1st picked up sb13 of the previous step. of the next CRAW cube of the previous
Pass forward through the adjacent sb13 of round. Pass through the adjacent sb13 of the
56 the 1st CRAW cube. Pass through the newly 1st CRAW cube of the 2nd round. Pass through
Pick up 1 sb13 and pass through the 1st sb13 added and the 2nd sb13 of the previous step. the adjacent 3 sb13 as shown in the diagram.
of the previous step and the 2nd and 3rd sb13
of step 55 and again through the just add-
ed sb13.

57
57
Close the circle which faces to the right
by passing through all appropriate sb13
(= 3rd CRAW unit).

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Square Stitch | Peyote | RAW | Beadweaving

58 59
Main beam: Define the middle 3rd CRAW unit between the fastened elements with small
leaves. Pass through the lower sb13 of the left square on the outer edge of the beaded row.
Attach 19 CRAW cubes. In the next CRAW cube (green) on the lower edge, include the 6th sb13
of the outer left side of one large leaf. Correspondingly, include the 7th sb13 of the leaf in the
next CRAW cube (green) also, and at the same time fasten 1 sb15-a of a ri6 bezel opposite
from it (red) as shown in the diagram. Attach 6 more CRAW cubes. In the next CRAW unit (red),
fasten the next ri6 bezel (on the same side as the leaf). Add 3 more CRAW units. Then weave
forward up to and through 1 sb13 on a side area and add 2 more CRAW cubes at a right angle
(mind the direction!). In the next CRAW cube (red), fasten the ri6 bezel, by passing through its
4th sb15-a. Work 2 more CRAW units. In the next CRAW unit, include the sb15-a at the tip of the
58 large leaf. Work the 2nd half of this element in reversed order.
All around, alternate between the 1st CRAW
cube and the 3rd CRAW unit and attach them Middle beam: Attach 5 CRAW units to the main beam starting from the ring (red). Add 6 more
in this manner. The color marked beads CRAW cubes without connecting them to the main beam. Work 1 CRAW cube, attaching 1 ri6
show the connecting points of the other el- bezel to the outer side (red) as shown before. Work 6 more CRAW cubes. In the next CRAW
ements: bordered in green = attach 1 small cube, attach the existing ri bezel of the main beam also, using the 7th sb15-a. Add 3 more
leaf here in each case; between them (blue) CRAW cubes. Work 5 more CRAW cubes toward the main beam, in doing so include the upper
the ch bezel. Insert them now. In the next edge of the ri6 bezel in the 3rd CRAW cube (red) and attach them to the 8 th CRAW cube (counted
step you will work the beams: red markers: from the upper edge) to the main beam.
main beam, yellow markers: middle beam
and outer beam (see detailed description in Outer beam: Starting from the ring, attach a 2nd CRAW unit (with doubled number of sb13 on
the next step). the outer edge) to the middle beam. Add 2 more CRAW cubes, also attaching them to the mid-
dle beam (red). Attach 2 more free CRAW cubes. Attach 1 more CRAW unit, at the same time
attaching the 5th sb13 (green) to the lower edge of the adjacent leaf. Add 6 more CRAW cubes.
59 Work 1 more CRAW unit (red), also attaching the bezel of the ri6 using the 7th sb15-a. Attach
3 more CRAW cubes. Work 5 more CRAW cubes toward the middle beam, in doing so include
the upper edge of the ri6 bezel in the 3rd CRAW cube (red) and attach them to the 8 th CRAW
cube (counted from the upper edge) to the middle beam. On the other side of the main beam,
attach 1 middle and 1 outer beam in reversed order. Work the same elements for the 2nd half
of the bracelet on the opposite side.

85
60

60
On the left of the crystal, sew on 1 bezel of a cc and 1 ch in the middle and embellish them all
around with sb15-b. Repeat on the right side of the crystal. Attach 1 half of the clasp to each
side of the bracelet. v
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Tips and Tricks

Matura Beads s.r.o.


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Really Helpful Thinking ahea
I always put th
d
e clasp
www.matubobeads.com
MATUBO™ ist ein Markenzeichen von Matura From the bag of tricks of experienced beaders on with a new
thread,
Beads s.r.o., gelegen in der tschechischen so I can easily
Glasindustrie Region mit der hundertjährigen ex-
change it if it br
ea
Cora Sparidaa ks.
Tradition. Die Matura-Familie – Perlenmacher
der 3. Generation – hat als Erbe des Erfinders Everything goes – free choice of color ns
der automatischen Glasperlen-Presse diese
My „rule“ for the color selection of a piece of jewel- The Netherlan ,
Technologie kontinuierlich weiterentwickelt ds
und ist vom Erfolg ihrer Produkte überzeugt. ry: There is no rule - the number of colors makes it. If,
Es wird hochwertiges tschechisches PRECIOSA therefore, a color does not seem to fit into the concept,
ORNELA-Glas eingesetzt und bei der Perlen-
herstellung werden anerkannte korrekte simply reduce the amount of this color while working,
Techniken verwendet. Der perfekte Glanz ist and see if it works better. Or, on the contrary, increase
eines der Resultate. SUPERDUO™, RULLA™,
SUPERUNOS™ und viele andere raffinierte the amount of a color and test the new effect. Changes
Perlen bringen neue Trends und Möglichkeiten in color have a great influence on the overall picture. I
in die Welt der Perlen. Lassen Sie sich von am concerned with developing beautiful color combi-
der Feinheit, Schönheit und harmonischen
Perfektion der MATUBO™ Perlen verzaubern! nations and not being caught up in theories.
Chantal Stalder, Switzerland
GREECE
Nikolis Group S.A.
30-40 Posidonos street 1) Well waxed and clean
14451 Metamorfosi – Athens A well-waxed thread has many advantages.
Tel.: +30 2102814014 The
www.nikolisgroup.com wax helps to hold the nylon fibers together and
Nikolis Group S.A. has been offering its quality cuts down on fraying and knotting. For the fish-
k
services as a costume jewelry and accessories ack to wor y
needles b ing line threads [aka braided cords], I recom
ll
2) Putting dles get worked rea mend
component manufacturer for 28 years. With
a labor force that exceeds 150 people we are
n e e stripping off the factory coating and re-waxing
b urr
Bea d in g get a li tt le it
ometimes
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in the sector in Europe. Today Nikolis Group rd a n d s o r th e y lo se dark
h a th e needle residue on your hands and the mat. Then you
S.A. operates 3 production units (2 in Greece e n d of f th ro w - get
and 1 in the Far East) and it is considered on the ad o
ness. Inste nd of the dark particles stuck in the bead holes. The exist
ir s m o o th ing
one of Europe’s top fashion components the the e
way, I rub coating can be easily stripped with the use of
-
ing them a gh some emer y (usu a pa-
manufacturers. We produce in Greece high
quality metal castings and brass findings in ro u per towel. Then, re-wax it yourself, preferably
-
ne e d le th bric s tr a w with
of a little fa – “Emer y a microcrystalline bead wax.
many platings under a full casting accessory
production line with semi and fully-automated ally inside e m e r y
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berr y filled –available at fabric
machines and a large series of automated turn
cutting machines. We are using raw materials
y”
to comply with all the EU’s regulations and we Str awberr the Internet) a few
n ck
are offering more than 6000 designs to your
needs. All plated in our new fully synchronized stores or o that, the needle is ba
. A ft e r n e x t
times for the
and ready
plating lab. We produce also the famous Greek
Ceramic Beads in various techniques and to smooth 89
ject. 3) Have light will travel
beading pro
colours and we are able to manufacture dyed
and enamelled ceramics as well as ‘fimo’ A very useful tool is the portable, foldable USB travel
mosaic beads in a huge variety of shapes,
colors and techniques. Our designing team light with LED. It is available in many styles and practical
creates on a daily basis to keep up with our to use. That it is powered by either a power cable or
customers’ demands and latest market trends.
We are exporting to more than 40 countries
battery makes it easy to use everywhere.
worldwide. Cynthia Rutledge, USA

Protecting your thread


When you are stitching a project, it is a good idea to move
your needle up a little bit every few stitches. This will avoid
creating a weak spot in your thread, which could lead to your
thread breaking.
Regina Payne, USA

A trick for decreasing in round peyote stitc


h
1. Pass through the two seed beads, one of whic
h is to be skipped.
2. Pick up 1 new seed bead.
3. Thread again through both seed beads from
step 1.
Thus, the new seed bead from step 2 is place
d centr ally over the two existing beads
in the previous round. In this way the beads
are sitting closer together and there is
no large visible hole at the point of decreasing
. This is, for example, very useful for
beading around eggs or large beads.
Oxana Ripela, Slovak Republic
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1) Thorsten Grotke-Wegner gives a master workshop.


2) Demonstrations attract interested people. 3) Course
about a newly-developed beading technique given by
Gerlinde Lenz. 4) Beadwork course with Christiane
Strauss. 5) Exhibition stand. 6) Course with Claudia
Cattaneo. 7) Master course given by Apollinarya
Koprivnik. 8) Jewelry by Anita Turrin is modeled.
9) From the display: Jewelry by Nadya Gerber.
10) Workshop given by Kinga Nichols. 11) Workshop
with Olga Haserodt. 12) Concentrated beading.
13) From the display: Jewelry by Marianna Benigni for
“From Cubism to Art Deco”. 14) Workshop given by
Swetlana Rohloff. 15) The visitors were very interested
in all the offerings for sale. 16) Jewelry by Kinga
16 17 Nichols is modeled. 17) From the display: Jewelry by
Elena Kozyryatskaya for “From Cubism to Art Deco”.
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1) From the display: Jewelry by Stefania Iucci for “From


Cubism to Art Deco”. 2) Teaching lampworking.
3) Jewelry is being assigned to the dancing models.
4) Course with Barbara Hoffmann. 5) Jewelry by Arianna 13
Raffa is shown. 6) At Thorsten Grotke-Wegner’s stand.
7) Jewelry by Loredana Ferrari is presented. 8) From the
display: Jewelry by Luisa Nasta. 9) Jewelry by Jeannine
Bollen (IBA 2016) on a model. 10) Jewelry by Julia Atkins
(IBA 2016) during a photo shoot. 11) Workshop given by
Joce D'Aversi. 12) Workshop with Antje Hornig.
13) Jewelry by Susanne Giorgi is modeled.

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14) Computer course for creating instructions given


by Elena Markovski. 15) Course with Julie Romero. 16) From the 18
display: Jewelry by Swetlana Rohloff. 17) Visitors at the jewelry
display cases. 18) Workshop given by Anita Turrin.

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Project 15

Baroque Buttons
bracelet

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Go down new jewelry paths: shimmering fabrics


www.etsy.com/de/shop/crimsonfrog

such as dupion (aka dupioni) silk are embroidered


with mother-of-pearl buttons and beads.

Designed by The artist describes here an idea for making jewelry, in which a fine-quality
Kinga Nichols, embroidery foundation contributes to the radiance. As she is more concerned
USA with the How-tos of the technique, there is no exact materials list. Each
button has a different size, so different amounts of beads are needed for
bezeling and decorating. Kinga Nichols: “My goal was to design a technique-
based project that could be applied to many other jewelry projects. If you look
at the 5 bracelets and the pendant that came after this basic idea, you have an
idea of what is possible. Follow it closely, or develop this idea further!”

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Beadweaving

1 2 3

Time
Cost
Level
1 2 3
Determine the shape of the bracelet, using Use the glue stick to adhere it to the silk and Roll the silk over the edge of the embroidery
the photo for orientation. The length should cut it out all around, adding some selvedge, foundation and sew it all around, working
be about 1 cm (1/2˝) more that the circumfer- as silk tends to fray heavily. Artist’s tip: The with invisible stitches on the front! It’s not
ence of the wrist. The width should be adjust- glue stick holds the fabric in place, but it’s necessary to additionally glue it. Artist’s tip:
ed to the buttons to be worked. Cut out the also possible, after it dries, to easily pass Silk is difficult to clean. Therefore, be sure
embroidery foundation. through the glued surface; furthermore, it to take a break if you stick your finger and
doesn’t go through the thin silk fabric. So bleed!!
please DO NOT use E6000 here!

4 5 6

4 5 6
Cut 2 circles out of the embroidery Glue the circles together with E6000 and glue Glue the padded button in the middle of the
foundation fabric slightly smaller than the them to the back of the button. bracelet with E6000.
largest button. Cut a hole in the middle of
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each circle.

Knowledge of pearl embroidery is a prerequisite. k

Materials
The sizes are variable
1. Embroidery foundation according to your personal preference (chrysolite AB 2x), Miyuki Baroque Pearls 6° (ivory baroque), a few
(Beading foundation/ Beadsmith, Lacey’s Stiff Stuff, Nicole’s backing). Swarovski Lochrosen for surface decoration of the buttons.
2. Thin fabric larger than the bracelet (used: Dupion silk in silver with 6. Clasp of your choice (recommended: Elegant Elements or
a gold shimmer, this silk often has beautiful coloring effects, making Claspgarten clasps).
it perfect for jewelry projects). 7. Fabric for the back (used: leather with a metallic finish. Ultrasuede
3. Buttons (used: mother-of-pearl buttons in different sizes, the or another non-fraying fabric is also suitable, but gets soiled more
largest one with a diameter of 40 mm (2“) is the center of the piece. quickly). Thread (used: Nanofil 8 lb light green – a material from the
For a small wrist you should choose a smaller one. You also need same manufacturer as FireLine, but more stable, thinner and with
1 mother-of-pearl button with a 20 mm diameter and a total of less tendency to twist; it’s best to use it doubled when working with
8 smaller ones). sharp-edged materials such as bicones).
4. Seed beads 11° (sb11) for the bezels and seed beads 15° (sb15) for 1 beading or embroidery needle (used: Tulip #11)
tapering the bezels (used: seed beads 11° light gray lined transparent, 1 scissors
seed beads 15° gold, these are also used for decorating the edge). E6000 adhesive
5. Mini Dagger or Rizos (here: Mini Dagger hematite), Miyuki Drops instant adhesive (super glue)
(here: 3.4 mm silver-lined crystal), Swarovski Crystal Pearls or Czech glue stick for paper
faux pearls in different sizes (light grey), Swarovski Bicones 3 mm

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Project 15

k 7 8 9

7 8 9
Stitch 1 round of backstitch around the but- Work several rounds of sb11 in peyote using Work 2 more rounds with sb15 in peyote to
ton, inserting 2 sb11 each time, making sure backstitch, until the beads protrude beyond taper the bezel.
to have an even number in total, and to not the edge of the button. Don’t forget to step up
stitch the beads too close together. in each round.

10 11 12

10 11
Using a doubled thread, go forward to one of Skipping one peyote round, go up to the sec-
the middle peyote rounds. Pick up 1 Crystal ond and alternately insert 1 Mijuki Drop and
Pearl 3mm and pass through the following 1 sb15. Also sew the button to the embroidery 12
sb11 of this round. Repeat all around. foundation to secure it. Choose a smaller button to be attached to
the main element. Prepare this one exactly
as you did the large button with the differ-
13 14 ence that the button is not yet to be glued on
and the round in backstitch with sb11 will
begin on the bottommost circle of embroi-
dery foundation fabric. Work about 3 rounds
with sb11 in peyote, finishing with 1 round
with Mini Daggers. Continue working in pey-
ote with sb11. To taper the final round, work
96 1 round with sb15 in peyote.

17
13 14
Work 1 round in peyote in the middle over the Glue the prepared button in the middle of the
daggers, alternating 1 Crystal Pearl 3 mm large button with E6000. Be sure to addition-
and 1 bicone 3 mm. ally sew through the buttonholes of the un-
derlying button and the embroidery founda-
15 tion to secure it.

16

17
Glue a smaller button on the 20 mm button
and secure it with a Crystal Pearl 3 mm with
doubled thread. Surround the button in back-
stitch with sb11 and work one round in
peyote with sb11. Work 1 round in peyote with
15 drops and to finish, work 2 more rounds with
Using super glue and/or E6000, glue a small sb15. Surround both of the other buttons with
cabochon onto a slightly larger button. Glue 16 1 round in backstitch with sb11, then work
both in the middle of the button. Artist’s tip: Scatter the rest of the buttons on the re- 1 round in peyote with sb11 and 1 round in
She used a combination of the two different maining embroidery foundation according to peyote with sb15. In the middle of the first but-
adhesives, as one dries very quickly, so that your personal taste, glue them in place with ton, pick up 1 Baroque Pearl 6° and 1 sb11 as
she can work faster in this way and doesn’t E6000 and sew through the buttonholes to turning bead; pass through the Baroque Pearl
have to wait until the E6000 has dried. This is secure them. and the button through to the back. In the
important for stability. middle of the second bead, pick up 1 Lochrose
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Lochrose and the button to the back.
Beadweaving

18 19

both sides of the main element with a few


loosely arranged Baroque Pearls in stop-
18 19 stitch, using 1 sb11 as turning bead. Do not,
On the other side of the bracelet above the Bezel both remaining buttons on the opposite however, completely cover the background
largest button, glue on 1 decorative button. side in the same way. Fasten 1 button in the so that the beautiful silk remains visible. It is
Also sew 1 Crystal Pearl 5 mm in the mid- middle with 1 Crystal Pearl 3 mm. Embroider best to begin with tightly embroidered beads
dle. Work a bezel out of 1 round in backstitch the second button with 1 Lochrose and on both sides of the main element and gradu-
with sb11, 2 rounds in peyote with sb11 and 1sb15 as turning bead, sewing through the ally reduce the number as you work towards
1 round in peyote with sb15. Lochrose and the button to the back. Then the ends of the bracelet.
embroider the visible silk background on

20 21

20 21
Transfer the outer shape of the bracelet to Decorate the edge using brick stitch, sewing
the material for the back and cut it out. Sew through both layers. For the variation used
the clasp onto the narrow sides of the brace- here with bicones, use doubled thread. Knot
let. Spread E6000 over the large area on the a new long piece of thread, secure it in the
back of the embroidered part, but do not ap- work piece and sew through both layers di-
ply it directly to the edges of the element so rectly next to the edge by the clasp. Pick up
that the edge for the subsequent edge dec- 1 sb15, 1 bicone 3 mm and 1 sb15. Leaving
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oration is easy to pierce. Press both parts a little distance, sew through both layers
together. Let dry. If necessary, trim back the and back through the sb15. Pick up 1 bicone
edges of the backing material. 3mm and 1 sb15, leaving a little distance,
sew through both layers and back through
the sb15. Work through to the end of both of
the long edges of the bracelet in this manner
to finish.

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Perlen Poesie 34
Comes with many great design
ideas - from cool to romantic
With projects by: Edwin Batres (US), Giannella Cau (IT), Flori Dimulete (RO), Diana
Dineva (IT), Phyllis Dintenfass (US), Sylvie Dumas (FR), Anna Rita Fabiani (IT), Nadya
Gerber (DE), Laura Giusti (IT), Isabella Lam (IL), Eve Leder (US), Esther Marker (IN),
Mariella Martella (IT), Giovina Morra (IT), Julie Romero (FR), Carolin Roth (DE),
Theodora Seimeni (GR), Cora Sparidaans (NL), Mónika Szatmári (DE)

Ideas: Bezels for new forms


Nadya Gerber: The dynamic designer
worked in glass production and processing
in Russia. 2009, now in Germany, she
began to design with glass beads. Magical
asymmetrical, often elaborate designs are
her trademark.
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