Bead&Button August 2013

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August 2013
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Lentil spiral splendor necklace
By Marcia Balonis
Alternating ribbons of oval pearls and fire-polished beads twisting around a core of two-hole lentil beads create a smooth spiral necklace.
pg. 30

Row of roses bracelet
By Mabeline Gidez
Work this bracelet band in modified two-drop peyote stitch using a two-needle start. Then add a intricate edging of seed beads and crystals to frame a row of clustered crystals reminiscent of summer roses.
pg. 32

Fanci-frill necklace
By Isabella Lam
This vintage-style collar uses modern beads in an intricate design. Achieve a classic look using SuperDuo beads, bugles, seed beads, bicones, and magatamas. 
pg. 36

Double-sided diamond bangle
By Susan Harle
Pair two favorite palettes in this reversible design. This bracelet is as versatile as it gets with a reversible and classic geometric motif! Thanks to an ingenious peyote technique, you'll work both sides of the bangle at the same time and as a continuous piece.
pg. 40

Light of the soul necklace
By Julia Hecht
Bezel a rivoli in right-angle weave (with a bit of peyote stitch and netting mixed in). Next, work a kumihimo braid, and finish off with herringbone accents and a clever clasp with attached end caps.
pg. 46

Autumn around the corner
By Alexandra Sydorenko
Inspired by blooming chrysanthemums and fallen leaves, this necklace also takes its cues from Russia and the amber so prevalent in that country. Get the look with seed beads in a handful of golden tones and a sampler of beading techniques: embroidery, herringbone, peyote stitch, fringe, and more!
pg. 56

Ruffled ribbon bracelet
By Julie Glasser
Different color of seed beads worked in odd-count peyote stitch take on a gathered appearance when you thread a band of cylinder beads through them. The bank also serves as a place to attach a matching peyote toggle clasp.
pg. 62

Reversible romance
By Amy Kohn
This reversible pendant has twice the allure with a different color palette on each side. A pair of Lunasoft cabochons stand back to back, ready to be embellished by crystals and seed beads. Choose colors for each side of the bezel and bail to reflect the inner glow of the cabs. 
pg. 66
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