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  • Earth Gypsy Bracelet tutorial

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    Earth Gypsy Bracelet By Brittany Ketcham As the star of our recent YouTube video, “Gypsy Bracelet”, this multi-strand cuff is truly an artisan treasure featuring gifts from both land and sea. Our 500 year old Ancient Clay beads create an earthy contrast to the luster of freshwater pearls. Fair trade silver and vermeil float between. Below you will find the instructions on how to create this bohemian trade bracelet, with list of ingredients for each flavor weʼve created. You can choose to make as many strands as you like. To purchase this ready-made

  • How to make Ladder

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    Learn to Ladder By Nicole Anderson Kudos to Chan Luu of Sundance Catalog fame who made this “lattice” all the rage. Weʼve decided to create our own unique designs when teaching how to master this technique. Itʼs straightforward to learn but it is definitely an intermediate project; you need some patience, beads and the right materials. We have added our silk wrapping technique to lend it finesse, but you can certainly stick with the simple knotted button and loop as we have shown in Part Two of Learn to Ladder. Be sure to watch

  • Making a Simple Lariat tutorial

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    Making a Simple Lariat by Brittany Ketcham This is a quick, easy and adaptable design to necklace, bracelet or even anklets. If you like the multiple-wrap look, just make it longer and keep wrapping it! The materials are straightforward; the secret is choosing beads that will fit on your suede and not move around too much. We like using suede because it hugs the beads which smooth leather or cotton cord canʼt do without knots. Because the suede is also flat rather than round, it helps keep your beads from moving.Be sure

  • Endless Love Bib Chain Project in Silver: tutorial

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentendless love bib chain project in silver: tutorial

    Endless Love Bib Chain Project in Silver This bib necklace has very few ingredients but itʼs exquisite. Itʼs simple and incredibly luscious. This just says “bridal” from every angle. The chain is not actually cut into separate lengths, so if you end up wanting to repurpose it in another project, youʼve saved buckets of money. But we think youʼre going to fall in love with how this necklace feels; itʼs light and lovely and it takes very little time to complete. You can also create this look using different chains together.

  • Jewelry making: Bead Necklace “lily” tutorial

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentjewelry making: bead necklace “lily” tutorial

    Materials : The pins with a ball of 70-80 pieces, the length of each 18-25mm (20mm in this case); Freshwater pearls are pink, the length of the beads 6-7mm. Beads elongated like a grain of rice. 70 or more beads, depending on the desired length of necklace; Rondeli Antique Gold (casting), the number of pearls; Castle "lobster" + vitoe ring in the color used by the pins; Hours : 1-1,5 hours Complexity : 2 Necklace "Lily" in length 45 cm Need: Pliers 1-1,5 mm, pliers, side cutters The pin stringing pearls and roundel. Pliers, at the end of the pin

  • Beaded necklace bundle, Necklace of beads, beads and leather

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  0 Commentbeaded necklace bundle, necklace of beads, beads and leather

    Beauty-ah! " from the category: "One-two and gotvo. Just when you showed her finger and all painted. Masterclass by Anne Ryabchuk "Pearl Falls".         What is needed: Seven of polyester filaments, length of 35 cm each wire two clamps to the edges of the design Pliers cutter clasp for necklace Beads and seed beads to taste       Procedure: Fold prepared cords together (do not forget them priplavit ends to non-laddering), and wind at the end of a wire, making 2.5 turns.  Pass on the cords and the tip of the wire clip of polyester filaments.  Retreated about 8 millimeters from the clamp, cut

  • Women’s Clothing Beaded

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    Clothes made ​​of beads . Nicely, of course. But I think most of these dresses would cost not call "clothes" and "razdezhda. - It's razdezhda some. :-) One can only imagine how much time and labor spent on the creation of any of them.    

  • Valentine and love project: With Love Friendship Bracelets

    Beading and knotting, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Jewelry making, Knotting, Valentine's day  |  0 Commentvalentine and love project: with love friendship bracelets

    With Love Friendship Bracelets Valentine’s Day is not just for romance, it encompasses all love. Show your fabulous girl friends some love with a handmade friendship bracelet. Here we have taken our hand dyed silk cord and, by using simple overhand knots that symbolize eternity, attached little love charms to personalize each one. Get creative, and make some two-toned as we have shown here. Dab a little glue under the knots and end with a trigger clasp finale. This simple, yet darling project will tug the heart strings of the ones

  • Emmit Gets a New Collar tutorial

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    Emmit Gets a New Collar by Nicole Anderson Every dog has his day and, in Emmitʼs case, a new collar! Made by hand with special love, this necklace is adjustable and will look great on him when he watches the Westminster Dog show on the tellie! We want to shout out to Tammy Powley of about.com whose knot project was used for this collar. As the jewelry making guide for about.com and author, Tammy has plenty of experience making it easy for all levels to understand. So, thanks, Tammy! This is a decorative collar and it can also

  • Epiphany tutorial

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    Epiphany By Janice Parsons An epiphany is a moment of sudden revelation or insight. Think of this project as an opportunity to deepen your connection with your creativity. Relax into it. Close your eyes and imagine what you would like to see when you are finished. Stephen Covey, author of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, speaks in Habit 2, “Begin with the end in mind.” This is just as true in creating jewelry as it is in life. Take a moment to close your eyes and picture how you will feel when

  • Across Cultures Bracelet tutorial

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    Across Cultures Bracelet- Essenza Red by Janice Parsons Using both linen and waxed cotton, this woven button bracelet is enhanced by beads and symbols that span continents. From African white hearts (the red beads!) to Hill Tribe Thai silver, Janice has brought a global vision to a design sprinkled with authentic materials. Enjoy! Project Level: Beginner     Time to Complete: 2 hours Ingredients - 1 package Essenza (red beads) - 1/2 strand or so Brass or silver Heishi - 2 Old Cameroon Bronze Bi-Cone Beads - 1 Old Button - 1 package Unearthed Crystals - 1 Bodom Bead - 1 Lost Treasures Bead - 1 Be One Budda Bead - 1 Pick up Stix 3/4” (Buddah is

  • Hopes and Dreams 3 Wrap Bracelet tutorial

    Beading and knotting, Jewelry making  |  0 Commenthopes and dreams 3 wrap bracelet tutorial

    Hopes and Dreams 3 Wrap Bracelet by Brittany Ketcham Using delicate freshwater pearls, natural Greek leather and an antique button I spent a few minutes shining up, I made a bracelet ready for a bride tying the knot on a ranch or a mountain top. I could have used blue beads, but the two shades of red matched my sense that the bride and groom were joining their two hearts forever. Anyway, with the button, I had “something old.” Hopes and Dreams 3 Wrap Bracelet Tips: Begin by watching our two part Video on making