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Beadweaving: New Needle Techniques &…
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Beadweaving: New Needle Techniques & Original Designs

by Ann Benson

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Bead Needleweaving; Bead Card Stitching; Enlarged Patterns
  SHCG | Sep 20, 2011 |
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Employing seed and bugle beads in two different basic techniques--needleweaving and card stitching--Beadweaving presents 50 beautiful projects, each with full step-by-step instructions and patterns. The needleweaving method is worked in counted rows from a gridded pattern, resulting in interesting geometric-based designs. In card stitching, the beads are sewn directly onto a lightweight cardboard or manila folder; because a geometric grid is not necessary, the designs can be more freeform and curvilinear. Ranging from contemporary to traditional, the attractive projects include necklaces, pins, earrings, belts, barrettes, and small purses, all accompanied by color photos of the finished pieces.

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This title turns craft into wearable art. The author introduces two types of beadwork - needle weaving and card stitching. There are over 40 projects with black-and-white diagrams to clarify procedures.

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