From single elements to an entire set, beads with a single hole to those with more, from the classical to the unconventional — all of it in the current, soft colors — leaving nothing to be desired! The popular jewelry designer Lisa Kan charms us with a two-sided wearable collar. In addition find book recommendations, tips and tricks, news and history.
On the move
Lisa Kan: As a child, she was surrounded by textile colors and patterns, learned a technical profession, then discovered lampwork, which led to beading, enameling and wirework. She is currently intensively researching the dyeing and printing of fabrics with the help of plants.
Chevron Stitch, Part 2
More to learn: This time we show you variations on the basic stitch as well as the round and tubular techniques.
Real Eye-catchers from the time of the shortages: wooden bead bags from the 40s in the Meyenburg Fashion Museum
In high spirits
Memories of the BEADERS BEST 2015: Diversity and inspiration at the Bead Art Fair. From concentrated efforts in workshops to a relaxed atmosphere in the evening. The offerings were impressive – most of the exhibitors were very satisfied.