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Founded by Juanita Finger. Enameling in America. Interested in learning how to design effective beaded jewelry? You can now get a great course online at Craftsy with design expert Margie Deeb.
Throughout the video tutorials. Jewelry Design for Bead Artists introduces you to the language and elements of design through concepts such as creating unity. Check them out at www. Find Jewelry Design for Bead Artists at www. Here are a few options to get you started. No matter what your level is. While there are more than 40 shows going on throughout the area and beads will be widely available.
New Mexico. Classes come in a variety of techniques. Total running time of the videos is more than two hours. To finish the necklace. I turned to my trusted peyote and herringbone stitches. I beaded loops off two of the spines to attach to a spiral necklace. February How does one showcase a sculptural bead with no flat sides?
After several failed attempts. I used mostly black seed beads but added a ridge of colorful seed beads in one spiral to echo the lively hues in the focal bead. The bright colors of the lampwork bead are quite inspiring. I ended up making it the focal of my necklace by making a bezel setting and adding a cute little drop bead to disguise the bead hole. I used different sizes of colorful round beads separated by black seed beads. Designs are for your inspiration. I then made brick-stitched components in complementary colors to add an even greater burst of color and texture.
Ask for these at your local bead shop. Find them at your local bead shop or www. The Button bead is a cone-shaped bead with a single hole near the center. Available at www. It also comes with three clip-on magnifiers. Available at local bead shops or online.
This is a great bead for interlocking pattern designs. The Super8 it looks like an 8 when the holes are facing you is similar to the MiniDuo but is narrower and thinner.
The bead is 4 mm high with a 5 mm flat surface on one end and a point on the other end. The clasps have large attachment loops that are great for multi-strand designs. I slowly ran the wire through my hair straightening tool. The 20 projects feature a variety of techniques and variations along with easy-to-read illustrations and photos. Learn the basic stitch along with more complex variations including the hexagon and octagon weaves. The end result may look similar to other beading stitches.
Coming from a mathematical perspective. Try a new stitch called the diamond weave. If you are at all interested in bead crochet. Crafting Conundrums offers many years of inspiration and companionship for the bead crochet student or accomplished artist.
Ellie Baker and Susan Goldstine have puzzled over this issue for years. This is a great book for using the wide variety of beads you may already have in your stash.
Once you learn the basic techniques. Find them and other designs at www. With additional explorations of tesselations. Lo and behold.
For those who would rather skip the analysis and dive right into make something beautiful. Enjoy the journey! This book offers more than 20 diverse projects of different skill levels for those with some beading experience. To be considered for publication. If your piece is selected. Hawaii www. Patricia Larsen Volcano. I made the glass beads and pendants and Sharri beaded around them in her signature freeform peyote technique.
Susan Sassoon Wantagh. These were all beaded by me. New York Four heads are better than one When I got my cards for my custom beaded jewelry business. Wendy Vasconcellos Walden. Tutorials are available on my Etsy site. I made this face cabochon. This four-way collaboration began when my sister. New York www. Georgia www. So I designed these card holders in peyote stitch using cylinder beads.
Mardi Gras In my first attempt at using polymer clay. I realized I needed a beaded business card holder. Gold seed beads complete the Mardi Gras color palette.
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The beads sit at an angle. Yarn over. Single crochet: B ead single crochet creates beautiful ropes for necklaces and bracelets. Yarn over photo c. Use 1 Make a loop in the cord. Bead single crochet techniques a ruler or a sticky note to track your progress.
This is a slip knot. Insert the hook in the loop. Repeat for the desired number of chain stitches figure 4. Make a second yarn over photo e. After learning the technique. The last bead strung will be the first bead you crochet with. You will have two loops on your hook. The bead will sit on the outside of the tube. Always willing to help her students.
Difficulty rating Materials e f g h i j this stitch to create a tube of unbeaded crochet to the desired length. Candice is a patient teacher who enjoys sharing her knowledge and helping others discover the joys of beadwork. Make a second yarn over photo h. Kits are available for this bracelet at www. After the first round is complete. Slide a bead up to the hook. Following the pattern from top to bottom and reading each row from right to left.
As you work. Contact her at csexton comcast. Allow to dry. Make sure you have 16 stitches in each round. Work 16 chain stitches without beads photo l. Work 16 stitches in bead single crochet.
Anchor a short length of beading thread in the crochet tube. Sew back and forth a few times to secure the cord in the tube. This unbeaded tube will slide into the barrel clasp later. To avoid cutting the cord. To do that. Just work an extra beaded stitch in one or more stitches in the previous round to make sure you end up with a total of 16 beads in the first round.
Do not cut the cord. Sew the bead in place. Another option is to break the bead from within: Place the bead on your work surface. Force the pin into the hole until the bead breaks. After you are done with the piece. Leaving a 6-in. There are about 12 rounds per inch of com- pleted beadwork. To take a break.
Align the cord so the end sits just inside the end of the tube. Available in over 60 colors including Silver-Lined. You do charge sales tax for your kits. Stay informed! Even if you have another unrelated job. Make sure to know what the tax rate is for each state in which you sell. Then you must charge sales tax when you sell the finished goods using those items. You are exempt from paying sales tax on beads.
Taxes — exemptions. Smith and Associates PC in Hershey. The best way to clear up the confusion is to talk to an expert. Most tax questions and answers will come down to whether you are operating as a business or hobby. So far there is no other sales tax online.
We pay taxes according to income and expenses. For a small business. Ask your accountant if incorporating would be beneficial to your specific situation. Otherwise report only your income from online sales.
Either one of them requires legal consultation. States may also send an official to craft shows to do random license checks. Jori M. Do I charge sales tax for online sales? Some states issue a Special Event Collection Report which you can use to submit paperwork and payment after the event or send a tax collector directly to the venue to collect the taxes in person at the end of the event. As of November C corporation.
If you also sell items retail. Your space must be exclusive. These both differ from the wholesale license. Digital deliveries are not taxed in my home state of Pennsylvania: Look into two licenses to obtain: A simplified method for home office deductions uses the square footage of your studio space.
Make sure you get it right by consulting an accountant. Whether one of the latter two is right for you depends on the size of your business and its profitability.
The laws vary by state. Your license to charge sales tax should be handy at your booth. But if the delivery address for a physical product ordered online is in your home state. Play by the rules. My accountant. These factors are used by the IRS to label an activity as a business or a hobby and will affect deductions. Only if they are used in items you resell. As vendors. In addition. This gives the value of what has been used removed from inventory.
Follow her Sleepless Beader Facebook page and visit her shop at www. Many cities have services that provide free or low-cost accounting and legal aid to artists — check with your local branch of Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts.
Even a box of receipts to tally up at tax time is better than nothing. Find an accountant. But keep a spreadsheet or use tax software. The equation is simple: If you need one. And remember. If you have an accountant already. Pull tight. Add a B as before. Pull tight so the seed beads pop out at the corners.
Pick up a color B bugle. Sew through the adjacent A in the first diamond and the A your thread just exited figure 7. Earring dangle 1 On 2 yd. Pre-mixed bead blends are great. Repeat this stitch three times. Retrace the thread path through the bugles. Start with a pair of earrings and then see where the beads take you! Sew back through the B and the first A again. Pull tight so the bugles are side by side. For these earrings.
This bead mix contains three colors of seed beads. Print all the materials for the projects in this issue at www. Difficulty rating 80 seed bead c seed bead b 6 mm bugle bead. Contact her at jgerlach beadandbutton. String two bugles on the head pin. Retrace the thread path through the new beads added in this round.
Assembly 1 On a head pin. I made this pendant with my leftovers plus a few extras from my stash. Sew back through the third and first s added in this step. Make another pair of earrings with different bead colors. End the threads.
String an You can get the instructions at www. Contact Donna at dragonflydreamdesign hotmail. Pick up a SuperDuo. Pick up two SuperDuos. Sew through the open holes of the last two SuperDuos just added figure 1.
Repeat this stitch three times b—c. Repeat this stitch three times to complete the row g—h. Repeat this stitch three times d—e. With the needle pointing toward the beadwork. Repeat this stitch three times g—h. Repeat this stitch three times to form the first row c—d.
Pick up 10 SuperDuo beads. Sew through the open hole of the same SuperDuo. To complete the row. Repeat step 3 CRAW 7. This ring of beads will count as the first stitch of the unit. Sew through the beadwork to exit one of these top beads.
Pick up a bead.
These beads are identified in CRAW 4. Continue through the three beads just picked up CRAW 5. For clarity. Pick up two beads.
CRAW 2 shows a three-dimensional view of the resulting cube-shaped unit. Each surface is made up of four beads. Tie the beads into a ring with a square knot Basics. This completes the first CRAW unit. Sew through the beadwork to the bottom of the unit. Sew through the next top bead in the previous unit.
Simply sew through the four beads that remain unconnected CRAW Sew through the first bead added and the adjacent bead in the next side. Repeat this stitch twice c—d. All beads are already in place. Pick up an and leaving a 6-in.
Work as this step and the next 80 in the last in steps 1—5 to form an unfinished tab row added d—e. Sew through the adjacent bead in the next side. Buckle clasp Tabs 6 To make the unit more stable. Sew around c b a the nearest edge thread bridge. Pick up an Units may be joined end to end or perpendicular to one another as shown here. Pick up two 80s. Sew through the end 80 in the previous row i—j. Repeat this stitch once e—f.
This completes the new CRAW unit. Repeat this stitch d three times to complete the row f—g. Sew around Buckle 1 On a comfortable length of thread. If you are joining pieces at an angle. Sew through the other hole of the same SuperDuo. Sew around 9 Add 1 yd. Repeat this stitch three times h—i. End the working thread and tail. End the tail. Sew through the beadwork on the other end. Pick up a seed bead.
Add a comfortable length of thread in the beadwork. Retrace the thread path. Sew through the beadwork to retrace the connection a few times. Sew through the hole on the finding. End the thread. Continue through the beadwork as shown. Clasp b c d e f base. This completes the second leg of the buckle catch photo b. This completes the first leg of the buckle catch. Fold the tab over. Sew through the beadwork to exit a side bead in the last unit so that your thread is exiting perpendicular to the last unit.
End and add thread as needed. Sew through the beadwork to exit a top bead in the last unit so that your thread is exiting perpendicular to the previous leg. Add 24 in. Sew through the beadwork. Repeat this stitch around the inner and outer edges on all four sides of the buckle catch. Using the working thread on the base. Learn impressive torch enameling techniques from expert instructors in your own home.
Enjoy unlimited access to online classes trusted by millions of members. Continue back through the same A. Difficulty rating Print all the materials for the projects in this issue at www. She has had her work published in numerous books and magazines. Continue through the next pearl and A in the inside ring b—c.
Pick up an A. Duracoat muscat. Retrace the thread path through the ring to tighten. Sew through the beads again to form a ring. Repeat these stitches five times to complete the round c—d. Contact her at sylvie peyotebeadart. Repeat this stitch five times to complete the round b—c. Clasp 1 With the working thread from the last component. Pick up three As. Continue through the next three beads c—d. Sew through the A directly adjacent to the last pair and the following pearl as shown c—d.
Continue to add three more picots as before to complete the round c—d. Do not end the working thread on the last component. Sew through the A your thread exited at the start of this step to form a ring. Connector 1 Pick up a repeating pattern of a pearl Remaining components and an A three times. Work the next picot as follows: End the working thread. Continue through the first pearl and A added figure 5. Retrace the thread path several times.
Pick up four As. Using a tight tension. Repeat this stitch five times to complete the round. MA Henrietta. When you can see every color true to life and detail clearly. NY Wyomissing. Work with seed beads and tiny findings with ease. Starting at the lower-left corner of the pattern.
Rotate the wire toward the bend until the tip of the wire touches the bend. Make a plain loop: Go to www.
Nunn Design. Contact her and download kits at www. Duracoat galvanized bright gold. Johnson depicts life. I still have that strap. Johnson Douglas W. Johnson prefers the Above: Working in his bead bunker. His iconic scene of Fenway Park. Bandmate Lana Pettey introduced him to beads. Doug was a guitarist and songwriter in a Boston-area folk band called Sweet Potato Pie.
Doug has created more than works of beaded art. It was 25 beads wide and about 3 feet long. His pieces got bigger and bigger over the next decade and he refined his techniques and style. As he added to his palette. Doug had visions of working on something wider. Doug creates a port scene on a handmade loom. Lana eventually introduced Doug to beaded loomwork. Depending on the size and complexity. Handcrafted looms.. Now retired from his work as bartender and music manager.
And his bead stash has grown considerably — it now includes about shades of seed beads and over the course of the years. Though he no longer makes Middle.
Doug strings up one of his many handmade looms. Doug continued to work his pieces in strips that were 25 beads wide. His largest work to date. Photos by Matthew Napoleon Top: His works are predominantly landscapes and cityscapes. His most recent piece. But regardless of the subject matter. Approaching his canvases somewhat like a painter would..
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Use this mega-jig to create large designs on the B-Lon is a Tex nylon thread specially formulated for a variety of beading and jewelry making applications. Visit us at booth B15 to explore our new catalog, check-out new products and watch product demos! Allow the glue to dry. Work in beaded backstitch around the cab photo b: Pick up two seed beads for each stitch. Apply a thin coat of E around the perimeter of the beading foundation. Sew up through the back of the foundation and Ultrasuede.
Pull the thread tight. Pick up a 3 mm crystal and a seed bead photo a. Apply a thin coat of E to the back of the foundation. End with an even number of beads. Center the enamel cabochon on the piece of glued Ultrasuede and foundation. Sew up between the two beads and through the second bead just added. For each subsequent stitch. Continue up through the next 80 photo d.
Pick up a crystal and a Contact Meg at beadmylove aol. After adding the final bead. Difficulty rating EEL Use easy bead embroidery techniques to make a fun. End the working thread in the edging beads. Pick up two 80 seed beads. Pick up 14 s. Repeat these two stitches eleven times to add a total of 12 crystals. This number might vary. An odd number of 80s will need three loops for the bail. Repeat this stitch to make a total of two or three loops.
Visit her website at www. Repeat this stitch around the perimeter photo c. When she is not traveling. The base will be floppy until the top embellishment is added. Sew back through the last QuadraTile added BL. QuadraTile BL. Tighten the beadwork.
Retrace the thread path using a tight tension. Contact her at beadstreetonline gmail. Materials are available at www. In she opened her own store called Bead Street. Sew back through the last QuadraTile added BR. Tie the working thread and tail together with a square knot. Continue through the nearest hole of the adjacent tile. Sew through the following bottom A.
Clasp 1 Add in. QuadraTile BR. Sew through the nearest hole of the adjacent tile.
Pick up three Bs. Retrace the thread path of the connection. Continue through the next QuadraTile BR. The top embellishment will be added to the top holes of the QuadraTiles in steps 2—7. Outside-county mail subscriptions Free distribution CA In-county free distribution 0 0 3.
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Sew through the beadwork to exit the in a picot added in step 5 that sits on the outside edge of the beaded bead nearest the barrel beads figure 5. Repeat this stitch four times to complete the round. The next five rounds will be positioned to the inside of the previous rounds of beads.
Repeat these stitches to add s on the other side of the same s b—c and bb—cc. Difficulty rating 4 With one needle. Repeat this step with the other thread. She feels she owes her creative ability to her grandmother because of the many craft projects they did together when she was young. Position these beads to the outside edge of the fire-polished beads.
Repeat this step four times to complete the round. Email her at creationsbycary aol. With the other needle. Tips are provided below for adjusting bead counts based on your chaton size.
Turn your work over. If using SS45 chatons. If you are using SS45 chatons. Tie the beads into a ring with a square knot. Sew through the first in the ring. Sew through the following s as shown to exit the center in the next loop b—c. Repeat these stitches five times to add a picot to each loop.
If you have a lot of thread showing. Sew through the first two s added in this step c—d. Sew through the first three s in the first loop to exit the center c—d. Your bezeled chaton should now resemble a hexagon with six sides and a 2 mm at each corner. The illustrations are shown using SS40 chatons. Outer chatons 1 On 30 in. I love mixing textures, so I tend to use at least three different textures in my wall hangings.
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