Round-Up Free Tutorials and Jewelry Making News

Hello Handmade Jewelry Club readers,
Have you missed a post? Here’s a compilation of articles for you… 
Cheers!
Jane
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A popular variation of the brick stitch is the Circular Brick Stitch where the beads are sewn either around a ring or a bead, going in circular direction. Today, we’re going to learn the Circular Brick Stitch Around A Bead. Read more…
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In trying to search the types of pliers I want to buy I figured; why not share them to our dear club members? Who knows you may find that you may need them too. Read more…
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A basic Figure 8 weave or 1 x 1 RAW using 2 needles has 4 sides of the beadwork, crisscrossing on the 4th bead. If you continue to weave several sets of 1 x 1 RAW you can create a pattern which then you can turn into necklaces and bracelets.Read more…
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It is much easier starting a beadwork but many are still experiencing difficulty when adding a new thread. Well, I’ve got a few tips of my own that I’d like to share when I’m working with my favorite beading stitches. Read more…
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I named the piece Byzantine Flower Chain Maille Necklace. The flower pendant was constructed using the Helm Pattern I showed you last week. Originally, I created the flower helm as earrings, but I wanted to use every piece of chain maille I will learn and combine with new patterns. Read more…
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 It’s weekend again and here’s DiyBeadingClub.com‘s updates! We’ve added 2 new tutorials on our Lessons Gallery.  Check them out! Read more…
DiyLessons.org recommended video tutorials from various artisans
MAKE A SCROLLED BRACELET, wire wrapped, jewelry making lessons – Watch here…
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How to Make Earrings Using Soft Flex Beading Wire –  Watch here…
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SAFETY PIN BRACELET OR NECKLACE, diy, jewelry making, easy, quick, costume jewelry – Watch here…
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DiyLessons.org recommended jewelry making tutorial from diybeadingkit
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A basic RAW beadweaving technique for beginners and even advance level would enjoy, the Elegant Black Sunflower Pendant DIY Jewelry Kit. So, easy to make and so exciting to see the finish product, you can create an elegant pendant with a double purpose. With only using RAW beadweaving technique from start to finish, you can also use the pendant as earrings.

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One thought on “Round-Up Free Tutorials and Jewelry Making News

  1. Donny Merson says:

    Jewellery may be made from a wide range of materials, but gemstones, precious metals, beads, and shells have been widely used. Depending on the culture and times jewellery may be appreciated as a status symbol, for its material properties, its patterns, or for meaningful symbols. Jewellery has been made to adorn nearly every body part, from hairpins to toe rings.`:*^

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