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« on: December 14, 2009 08:23:13 PM »

I have a crap ton of size 11 and 6 seed beads and I'd like to make some bracelets or maybe necklaces with them. A lot of the patterns and tutorials I've found incorporate other beads, but I would like to use only the seed beads. Any patterns or tutorials?
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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2009 07:23:10 PM »

Yes, with seed beads in size 6 and 11, you can make a few netted/stitched patterns such as these:

There are a number of projects here using seed beads.  I recommend the St. Petersburg bracelet - I made a lariat from that weave a number of years ago using 11/0 seed beadsand 8/0 beads.  You need to register to get the patterns, but it is worth while, and free:
http://www.beadandbutton.com/bnb/Default.aspx?c=ss&id=143

Here is another site with lots of projects too - needs registration, but again, free.  I linked to a square stitch bracelet that could translate to a cute choker too.

http://beadingdaily.com/media/p/17182.aspx

Here is one of my favourite on-line beading magazines - free, and go to the archives, lots of projects there.  For you, I am thinking specifically the stitching and weaving sections.  It doesn't look so pretty in their examples, but the spiral stitch is easy and with combining the size 11/0 and 6/0 beads, you can come up with something simple, but quite attractive with that stitch.
http://www.beadingtimes.com/beading_project.htm

Then look here - lots of instructions on some basics seedbead stitches - doing daisy chains, herringbone pattern, other woven stitches, etc:
http://beadwork.about.com/
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« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2009 05:15:49 PM »

I have the same question.
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« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2009 03:59:41 AM »

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« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2010 09:00:30 AM »

www.bead-patterns.com has a ton of patterns, and theres a seperate link just for the free ones.

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« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2010 05:39:50 AM »

www.bead-patterns.com has a ton of patterns, and theres a seperate link just for the free ones.
Thanks a bunch!

Yes, with seed beads in size 6 and 11, you can make a few netted/stitched patterns such as these:

There are a number of projects here using seed beads.  I recommend the St. Petersburg bracelet - I made a lariat from that weave a number of years ago using 11/0 seed beadsand 8/0 beads.  You need to register to get the patterns, but it is worth while, and free:
http://www.beadandbutton.com/bnb/Default.aspx?c=ss&id=143

Here is another site with lots of projects too - needs registration, but again, free.  I linked to a square stitch bracelet that could translate to a cute choker too.

http://beadingdaily.com/media/p/17182.aspx

Here is one of my favourite on-line beading magazines - free, and go to the archives, lots of projects there.  For you, I am thinking specifically the stitching and weaving sections.  It doesn't look so pretty in their examples, but the spiral stitch is easy and with combining the size 11/0 and 6/0 beads, you can come up with something simple, but quite attractive with that stitch.
http://www.beadingtimes.com/beading_project.htm

Then look here - lots of instructions on some basics seedbead stitches - doing daisy chains, herringbone pattern, other woven stitches, etc:
http://beadwork.about.com/
Thanks for all the links!
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