This is it--your perfect guide to making beautiful, eye-catching beaded bracelets!
With The Beaded Bracelet, you can't go wrong. Because bracelets are the perfect projects for both learning new techniques and for advancing your jewelry-making skills. Because bracelets make wonderful gifts; they're always just the right size. And because author Carole Rodgers has decades of creative and teaching experience; with Carole leading the way, you'll be creating unique, handmade jewelry in no time--whether you're new to beadweaving or an experienced beader!
Inside The Beaded Bracelet you'll find:
- 9 beadweaving stitches--follow easy step-by-step illustrations to create each stitch and combine them into the Sampler Bracelet--the most beautiful teaching tool you'll ever work with.
- 20 bracelet patterns--showcasing peyote, triangle, netting and other stitches and everyday beads and materials in ways you've never considered.
- 27 variations--it's amazing what a difference a change in color, size or type of bead can make; you'll be inspired to try your own combinations.
So gather some beads and a few basic tools. Settle in and get started--you'll be making your own beautiful, eye-catching beaded bracelets in no time!
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Carole Rodgers is a well-known designer, teacher and author. She is the author of 99 pattern leaflets, her work has been in most national beading magazines and she is a regular contributor to several. She is the author of three KP beading books: Beaded Jewelry with Found Objects, Beading Basics and Beyond Beading Basics. Carole teaches beading and needlework classes and seminars and has been actively involved in promoting crafts, needlework and beading in professional organizations and on national crafts television programs. Rodgers lives in Milo, IA.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Has some nice basic designs for a beginner. Annoying part is when finishing a project, she basically says to add the clasp, no detailed instructions on how. So, other than indications on construction of the stitch, beaded will need to consult other sources on finishing a piece.