Lately the question often arises, what can we do with our beaded jewellery.
I made these bookmarks for my friends, who never wear jewellery, but like my work very much and read a lot. (The heart is for my husband of course ❤️ )
You can create bookmarks like mine in a few minutes. All you need for this project is a finished pendant (from your “pandemic” collection), needle, thread and round hat elastic. Choose a pendant with a flat backside. Cut off a piece of hat elastic, and sew it to the back side of the pendant. That’s all.
I made a detailed description for this project. You can download it for free.
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This tutorial doesn’t contains the pattern of the pendants I used for create the bookmarks.
This documents shows you only how you can create a bookmark from an existing pendant.
Continue reading How to make a beded bookmark – free tutorial
I designed this little beaded bead (its diameter is just 12 mm) exclusively for International Beading Week 2020.
I named my creation Ladybird Beaded Bead, because the red one remembers me to a tiny cute ladybird.
If you create one piece it can be used as a tiny pendant. From two pieces you can make a pair of earrings. From more pieces you can create longer earrings, and if you can’t stop beading them – as I did 🙂 – you can make a bracelet, or a whole necklace from them.
Continue reading Ladybird beaded bead for IBW 2020
How I almost lost control over my intellectual property
I’d like to raise your attention to something, that might happen to your design, your intellectual property and your copyright, if you trust Interweave, or Golden Peak Media* with them. Please read this, even if beading is not your hobby/profession, because this can very well apply to all publications of Golden Peak Media (beading, jewellery making, knitting, crochet, sewing, quilting, patchwork, embroidery and fine arts as well), because we talk about the same publisher. My story is a lesson for everyone, the designers, who create DIY tutorials, and artisans/crafters who create art based on print or on-line media.
If you think you are involved into this, please get in touch so we can do something together to protect our copyrights. »
Continue reading Crash course in Copyright law – artisans’ edition
Christmas is here soon, and I would like to give you a little gift for your purchase in this year. I created a DIY calendar for you.
Print the pages, follow the instructions, and you can use it throughout the entire next year.
Continue reading Christmas gift for my beaders
Download my free product catalog. You can find all of my tutorials between 2013-2017 in this catalog. All in one place: photos, descriptions, materials you need, difficulty of the tutorial.
Continue reading Free product catalog 2013-2017
Right Angle Weave stitch (RAW) is one of the most important stitches in beading.
In this video lesson I introduce the RAW stitch, and explain how you can bead this stitch. Continue reading How to make Right Angle Weave Stitch – free video tutorial
Simple and beautiful triangle weave beading project. I recommend this tutorial to my free Triangle weave lesson 2.
You can try the Triangle weave lesson 2 in the practice without risk with this free tutorial. Continue reading Free beading tutorial Shiny Ribbon Necklace
In this lesson you can learn, how to make a U-turn with triangle weave, and how to make a dual row triangle weave chain. Continue reading Triangle weave lesson 2 – free beading lesson for beginners
A simple beading project for this flower bracelet from super duo beads, Swarovski bicone crystals and Toho seed beads. Beading pattern for beginners to advanced bead weavers.
Easy to follow free beading tutorial.
Download here >>