Beading of My Heart: 52 Loom Beading Projects: Introducing the Mini-Frame Loom

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Anyone wanting to learn Loom Beading can pick up this book, buy supplies with confidence, build a simple frame loom and complete a project. All aspects of beginning bead looming are covered and once the first small pattern is complete, it is a simple matter to enlarge on the mini-loom, or to move up to a commercial beading loom. The results can be left on the loom, turning the mini-frame loom into a miniature frame for the loomed picture. This framed picture can be trimmed (or not) and used as a suncatcher, other...
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Overview

Anyone wanting to learn Loom Beading can pick up this book, buy supplies with confidence, build a simple frame loom and complete a project. All aspects of beginning bead looming are covered and once the first small pattern is complete, it is a simple matter to enlarge on the mini-loom, or to move up to a commercial beading loom. The results can be left on the loom, turning the mini-frame loom into a miniature frame for the loomed picture. This framed picture can be trimmed (or not) and used as a suncatcher, other decorative ornament or to spruce up the car's rear view mirror. It can also be mounted on a base. The base may be embellished to create a mini sculpture. By constructing a slightly larger mini-frame loom, it is possible to remove the finished work from the loom. These loomed strips can be stitched onto garments or accessories such as barrettes or bags and pouches. Several projects are specifically designed for barrettes and/or strips.

The patterns are beautiful, ranging broadly from Navajo rug designs, Kokopelli and geometric Indian designs to Orcas, Eagles, Wolves, fanciful Polar Bears, an Old Fashioned Sampler and Snowmen. They will charm bead workers of all skill levels. All the patterns can be used on larger looms or as part of a larger picture. There are step by step instructions and every pattern has a color code, bead count, and color photo. Plus, there is information on bead sizes, number of beads per hank or gram, and advice on how to compare prices. In addition there is a variety of beading graph paper for seed beads, 2-cut, and delica beads. This book answers every crafter's questions. A book you won't want to miss!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780943604602
  • Publisher: Eagle's View Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2001
  • Pages: 116
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Posted June 4, 2010

    Great pattern book

    Great patterns, wide variety, suggest you purchase a loom tho, made many articles

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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