Kindle the fires of Autumn inspiration with the 17 jewelry projects this issue has to choose from. Beside the classical stitching techniques, there are suggestions on connecting beads with micro macramé, chainmaille and soutache. In addition, get tips for the use of 2-hole-beads and take a course in chevron stitch.
The Emergency Beading Hotline
Laura Giusti: The artist from Rome is not only versatile when it comes to techniques and materials, but is also a loving tutor for her beading students. She creates new, wearable designs on a weekly basis and even lets those with “beading problems” call her at any time.
Triangle on Triangle
Course: Chevron, Part 1 — Easy to learn and worked one-dimensionally, it is wonderfully suited for flat, flexible necklaces.
BEADERS BEST Bead Art Crossover
The new fair now takes place in the springtime and is more centrally-located in Europe. In association with Mineralien, Fossilien, Schmuck (Minerals, Fossils, Jewelry Trade Fair) and KREATIV (Creative Fair) in Stuttgart, Germany — we’re talking variety, dimension, inspiration.
The Fashion Museum at Meyenburg Castle — Here you will be constantly filled with wonder: hundreds of sought after and lovingly restored garments, many of them bead-embroidered, tell the contemporary history of fashion.
- Find: Beautiful to Look At
- News | Calendar
- Artist Portrait: Laura Giusti
- Course: Chevron Stitch
- BEADERS BEST Bead Art Crossover 2016
- IBA 2016: From Cubism to Art Deco — Clean Lines
- Bead of the Season: Preciosa Ripple
- How did that go again?
- Recommended Reading
- History: Fashion Chronicles
- IBA 2015: The Winners
- Bead Shop Directory
- Tips and Tricks
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