Bead&Button October 2013

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October 2013
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Bead stud bracelet
By Maggie Roschyk
Adorn your wrist with the new two-hole bead studs, framing them with peyote stitch worked in peanut beads. 
pg. 38 

Enchanted garden ring
Use crystals, pearls, and seed beads to create a stunning flower ring that will catch everyone's attention. Handmade metal clay leaves are a sweet touch but can be replaced with charms trimmed from leaf chain if you prefer. 
pg. 40 

Knot your average pearl necklace
By Ayla Phillips Pizzo
Use two styles of knots to accent large-hole pearls strung on leather cord. 
pg. 44 

Colorful blossoms
By Lorraine Coetzee
Create a shapely bracelet base and flower petals in brick stitch, bezel the flower centers in peyote, and then put all the parts together to create a stunning accessory! 
pg. 46 

Beaded bead parade
By Yvonne King
Fire-polished beads look like rubies as they peek through these gold-tone rondelles stitched with round seed beads and triangles. One rondelle leads to the next as you work the bracelet as a continuous piece, and the end beads hide a magnetic clasp for easy wear. 
pg. 52 

Animal instincts
By Josie Fabre
Sleek and chic, these three-drop peyote stitch bracelets work up quickly, keep a low profile, and make a huge impact.
pg. 71 

Victorian swagger
By Sandra Lamoureux
Use basic bead weaving plus three classic techniques (peyote stitch, crossweave, and spiral rope) to showcase a favorite cabochon with a unique two-part bezel. Mirror the design with smaller medallions and a matching clasp. 
pg. 74 

Tila trellis
By Svetlana Chernitsky
Tila beads and SuperDuos fit together beautifully along with an assortment of seed beads for a bracelet that has a delightful drape when worn. 
pg. 80
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