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Creative Bead Weaving: A Contemporary Guide…

Creative Bead Weaving: A Contemporary Guide To Classic Off-Loom Stitches

by Carol Wilcox Wells

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Series: Beadwork Books

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The section on combining various stitches has been my favorite part. Much clearer than the Beader's Handbook, which I was using previously. ( )
  aulsmith | Jan 21, 2010 |
This book is a must have for all beaders, beginner to advance. The Photo's on "How to" are clearly diagramed and easy to follow. My first How to bead book, five years ago and I still use it.
  maryberg | Jan 9, 2010 |
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You can weave beads without a loom. Learn a variety of stitches, then apply them in 25+ irresistible projects including earrings, beaded sculptures, necklaces, and baskets. “A bold and innovative book. The variety and quality of work are inspiring in their own right—the diagrams and study of the various techniques are an added bonus.”—Lapidary Journal.
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