Beading Jewelry Making Tutorials
This is a tutorial based on the Elegant Pearl White Bridal Bracelet. XQDesigns has created a necklace to go with the bracelet and has now published the tutorial. Created by bead weaving Swarovski pearls and Japanese seed beads, anyone can now wear this set and look elegant at parties, events and it can be even worn on weddings. With easy to follow pictorial step by step guide, surely any girl would love to wear one on her wedding day.
Have difficulty understanding diagram? This lesson shows how to make a pair of beaded earrings using pictorial step by step guides, this tutorial is easy to follow and suitable for beginners to intermediate students. There are total of 7 pages in this tutorial.
Want to make a colorful ring in just minutes? Here is a simple tutorial for a Rainbow Ring from XQDesigns. Simple it may look, but with this tutorial you will learn a helpful trick on how to surround a bead with smaller size beads that form nice circle around it. This trick can be applied to any size of beads and you can use it to create and design jewelry pieces. Have fun!
This is a wonderful beading pattern to guide you how to make this bracelet! Using only the 2-needle RAW beadweaving technique, you’ll be able to create a beautiful bicone crystal bracelet. You can also choose any kinds of beads to create the bracelet, but learning the basic RAW technique, you’ll be able to create numerous designs and even turn this bracelet into a necklace. Level: It is suitable for beginner students.
Learn to create a ring, designed with pointed edges, that wraps your finger when wearing it. It actually feels comfortable on your finger. Using only a minimum of 3 colors of seed beads, the ring's pattern of colors is showing from light to dark. You can also play with colors and make a ring that will match every outfit. Measuring approximately 1.70 inches long and .70 inches wide, you can finish the ring within an hour.
This tutorial will teach you Cubic Right Angle Weave. This stitch is a variation of Flat Right Angle Weave. Learning Cubic Right Angle will give you other options to create a bracelet and a necklace. Playing with different color pattens you can create so many variations that can either be elegant or fun and vibrant!
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication... these pair of earrings may be simple and not as flamboyant as some designs are, but they can be the perfect accessory to complete an elegant style. The tutorial will teach you how to bezel a cabochon using Right Angle Weave and Peyote Stitch. Learning how to bezel with the techniques in this tutorial can be your starting in exploring various bezeled designs.
Composed of several layers you will learn to weave going all the way around in counter-clockwise direction as you build up your beadwork. This beaded bead that looks like a baseball can be used in so many ways! One of which as to use them as dangles for chandelier earrings. The tutorial is catered for beginners or anyone who loves to learn this basic weave. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
Learn to weave Square Stitch using Twin Beads and use it to wrap a pearl or a big bead! This is a simple tutorial how to bead wrap for those who are not yet familiar with bezeling. With this beading idea, you can turn your bead wrap component into a ring or earrings. What’s perfect is that the tutorial can work on any size of pearls or bead, big or small!
Here's a simple, but unique and funky style beaded bracelet. Using 2-Drop Peyote Stitch beading technique you'll learn how to create components in square shape. These components can be linked and using 2-Drop Ladder Stitch you'll be able to link the components in different ways. Taught on this tutorial, you'll learn the crisscross and linear way. The crisscross style will then add design to the bracelet that looks like an 8 shape or the infinity sign, thus; it is name, Infinity Bracelet.
This is a gorgeous and yet simple to create pendant. You can play with your creativity by mix and match with different colors combination, or simply to match with your life style. It requires only simple tools and very economical to create this stylish looking pendant. The tutorial comes with pictorial step by step guides. So it is easy to follow even for a beginner.
This is a project for beginners who likes to learn Flat Odd-Count Peyote Stitch. Peyote stitch is a versatile beadweaving technique and with flat odd-count or even-count Peyote you can create wonderful handmade jewelries. With this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a Peyote pattern, how to easily start a Peyote Stitch, how to zip it or make the ends meets to form a circle or a ring. The pictoral step by step will help you go through each beadweaving to create a ring.
‘Rose, Rose…. I Love You’ is a project inspired by the Rose Flower. The tutorial is written with both pictorial step-by-step guides as well as diagram. It is catered to intermediate to advance beaders.
Strew flowers on your sweet little girls by making her the Flower Girls Bracelet! In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create flowers and then link them together with gold seed beads that we’d like to call, Golden Bridge. Through simple weaving techniques, it’s like you’re building a golden bridge and strewing colorful flowers on your path. Learning the technique of creating a flower, you can use the technique for making a single flower that you can use as earrings as well.
Does this beaded cat look like Hello Kitty? This creation has become one of my daughter’s favorite! The tutorial comes with both graphical bead pattern and pictorial step by step guides. So it is easy to follow even for a beginner. You can use this tutorial to run some beading workshops with kids. They will definitely love it!
Pearls are elegant and it gives us a feeling of richness. Pearls never go out of style so here’s a necklace where you’ll feel you’re in a heaven of pearls when worn. Cielo in Spanish means heaven and that is how I came up with the name Cielo de Perlas.
This is an elegant bracelet using Swarovski pearls and Japanese seed beads. The tutorial comes with pictorial step by step guides. So it is easy to follow even for a beginner. You may make a matching necklace as well. The tutorial has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
Created using Swarovski crystals, tila beads and seedbeads here is a beaded bracelet that will surely put a smile on your face. Named after one of the 4 seasons, the components created in different colors, looking like flowers in bloom, just like springtime! Following the tutorial you'll learn how to incorporate tila beads, a 2 holed square beads on your jewelry making to create a beautiful piece of jewelry. Whatever kind of season it is it will always look like it is springtime with this beaded bracelet!
Adding flare to a piece doesn’t have to be as complex as we beaders make it appear; by simply working your thread outside of the norm, weaving it around the beads and adding embellishments, you can create something beautiful and sophisticated.
Learn to embellish a simple Daisy Stitch and create 6-petal perfect looking flowers that you can link to form a bracelet. It is easy to create the flowers separately and then later on connect, but this tutorial will not only teach you how to embellish a Daisy Stitch but it will also teach you how to continuously link while creating the flowers. A tiny clasp made from 15/0 seedbeads completes the bracelet while the all-green theme perfectly describes a garland.
While making some snowflake earrings for the upcoming holiday season, I noticed the way half the snowflake formed made an interesting pattern. After experimenting, I discovered a way to link multiple forms together and form them into a wreath pattern. The tutorial is catered for beginners or anyone who loves to learn this basic weave. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
I fell in love with purple pearls. To me they look elegant and dramatic. Tried them, matched with mauve seed beads and voila! I've created a necklace with dangling spikes and a flower-like embellished; thus, the name Lilac Necklace came about. The tutorial is catered for intermediate. One must have knowledge of Right Angle Weave and free-form beadweaving. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
Here is a bracelet that looks like daisies but I'd like to call it "Turquoise Roulette" because of the continuous circular Super Dou wrapping the pearl at the center. The bracelet can be worn on any occasion. It's really a simple design but lovely and wearable beaded jewelry. The tutorial is catered for intermediate students. One must know Peyote Stitch and free-form beadweaving. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
Learning how to bead loom is fun. In Ancient American times this is how crafters create drapes of beadwork for decorations, but nowadays, bead looming has become a popular technique for creating handmade beaded jewelries. With a tool called, "bead loom," you can create various patterns and designs. For this cuff bracelet we have created Holly Leaf, just in time for the coming Holidays!
This Pendant is 5cm, 2 inch when completed. This is an advanced/hard project that should be easy to follow by experienced beaders. However if you have any problems you can always contact me.
Millefiori is a popular design for polymer clay, but it is also possible to create this colorful design with seed beads. Using the pattern I have created and by connecting 3D beaded triangles, when constructed into a pendant you will achieve the millefiori pattern. Pearls are added on the sides and at the center for embellishment. You can also change the color if you wish by simply changing the colors on the pattern. The tutorial is catered for intermediate to advance students. One must have knowledge in Right Angle Weave, Peyote Stitch and beading flat triangles. Although, the tutorial has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step instructions for creating flat triangles and basic Peyote stitch will not be shown. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
This is a peyote stitch bracelet pattern. Please note that the instructions for the toggle ring is not included in this pattern since it is a custom made ring by my bead fairy who tested the pattern. This pattern is designed for the use of Delica #11 beads and nylon thread with #10 or #12 beading needle. Instructions for peyote stitch are not included.
This is simple pattern that excellently fits for friendship bracelets. You can match any colors you like. This file includes pattern detail diagrams and requires intermediate - advanced knowledge in bead crochet, it doesn’t show step by step how to bead crochet. YOU CAN ADJUST YOUR OWN COLOR COMBINATIONS, this is only suggestion.
Happy Valentine's Day! I'm sure even if it's not Valentine's you will love to wear this beaded heart pendant. Created using Right Angle Weave, learn to make an open beaded heart, but let's put a twist to its design and embellish the center with crystal. The crystal is bezeled using Peyote Stitch and Right Angle Weave, and circling the crystal are white pearls. You have the option to attach the crystal on both sides of the heart so however the pendant dangles, the crystal will show. The tutorial is catered for intermediate to advance students. One must know Right Angle Weave and Peyote Stitch in order to follow the tutorial. The tutorial is written with instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos and diagrams at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.
Here is a bracelet that when worn you'll feel like a beautiful mermaid under the sea, thus; Sea Goddess is perfect for its name. In this tutorial you'll learn how to embellish right angle weave using bicones and Superdous. Learning how to create each embellished RAW, you can also use them separately to create earrings.
To make this tutorial you need to know the basics of working with Cubic Raw Technique (abbreviated CRAW or RAW 3d). You have to know how to make a tubular with the CRAW technique and it is important to know how to close a drop earring. (how to make a drop shape)
This bracelet is made for a 6.9 inch or 17.5 cm wrist. Add or subtract beads at the end of step 5, according to your own wrist measurements.
Materials Needed: 1 pc 18 mm rivoli 12 pcs 4 mm bicone 12 pcs 2hole Triangle beads 12 pcs 3x11 mm dagger beads 36 pcs O beads 11/0 Toho seed beads 15/0 Toho seed beads fireline or nylon beading thread, needle
Inspired by crocheted doilies made by my loving Aunt, Editha Margarita, I named this creation after her. I grew up seeing doilies made into table runners, pot holders and little glass crocheted coasters usually in color pink. I don't know how to crochet but wanted to imitate a doily and with Right Angle Weave and Peyote Stitch you can make it happen.
I am not a fan of striking colors but the combination of orange, bronze and turquoise made the Persian bracelet strikingly simple yet elegant at the same time. I arrived with the name Persian because colors bronze and orange are often seen on Persian inspired designs. and with this tutorial, you'll learn how to play, connect and link units of Right Angle Weave to create a totally different design.
Pagoda and shapes inspired me to create the necklace pendant. I called it Pagoda because I love how Pagoda roofs look like. Mostly you'll find them in squares, from big to small in size and it is shown on the square necklace design. I then added a bezeled cabochon to add elegance onto the piece.
Beaded Embroidery is a new jewelry making technique for me, but I find it fun, interesting and gives you a lot of option on how you would want to embellish a cabochon. With the Midas' Touch ring, you'll learn how to use picots for embellishing, which made the ring design look so dainty and elegant.
Let's learn to form another shape with the Cubic Right Angle Weave! Commonly used to create shapes is Peyote Stitch but with Cubic Right Angle Weave is it also possible and versatile as the Peyote Stitch. The hoop earrings when created is sturdy and by playing with your imagination, you can embellish it different ways!
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