Bead stitchers loved two-hole shaped beads as soon as they appeared on the scene and continue to look for projects that use these innovative materials in wearable designs. In Two-Hole Bead Stitching, designer Virginia Jensen offers 25+ all-new stitching projects that showcase these beads in unique bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. The materials featured — tiles, bricks, SuperDuos, bars, cabochon beads, pyramid beads, seed beads, pearls, and more —have stood the test of time and remain popular with bead stitchers. Virginia Jensen's contemporary, geometric designs include stitches created specifically for these two-hole shaped beads. Some projects experiment with layering for a bold, architectural look. The projects in Two-Hole Bead Stitching appeal to experienced stitchers and advanced beginners looking for projects that require some knowledge of bead stitching. The project-focused book features 25+ projects with clear and complete instructions, including Virginia's signature easy-to-follow illustrations. Many projects include variations and alternates, making the book a great value. Bead stitchers who enjoyed Virginia's first book from Kalmbach Media, the popular Stitching with Two-Hole Shaped Beads, are sure to be delighted with the projects in Two-Hole Bead Stitching. This softcover, 8.25" x 10.75", 112-page book is perfect for bead stitchers in search of projects for the two-hole shaped beads they love.
|Publisher:||Kalmbach Publishing Company, Books Division|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||68 MB|
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|Age Range:||16 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Virginia Jensen is an experienced jewelry designer and author of multiple popular bead stitching books. She lives in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Table of ContentsI. Earrings Galore - Ring&drop - Cluster - Mixed II. Simple Stringing Bracelets and Necklaces - Running Stitch - Ava Beads - Bud&Stud III. Lattice Stitch - Basic with Half-Tilas - Contemporary Freeform - Other projects IV. S-Braid - Basics - Bracelet - Basics - Necklace - Graduated - Gold - Purple&Gold - With Daggers - Dimensional V. IRAW How RAW becomes IRAW - Simple Chain - Bracelet with two-hole bars and bricks - Graduated triangles - ZigZag-Single row - Filling the angles