Bead&Button February 2016

Item #BNB160201

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Resource Guide
The February 2016 Resource Guide has over 50 links to sources for supplies used in this issue. Many of the designers have kits available on their website or the materials to make the jewelry.

Bead single crochet
by Candice Sexton
Page 20
Go beyond the basics with bead single crochet. After learning the techniques, use it to make a lovely diamond-pattern bracelet with a stylish ombré gradient.

Beaded diamonds
by Julia Gerlach
Page 26
Pre-mixed bead blends are great, but it can be hard to know what to do with them. Start with a pair of earrings and then see where the beads take you!

All buckled up bracelet
by Donna Sutton
Page 30
Craft an enticing bracelet featuring SuperDuos and sparkling crystals fastened with a clever beaded buckle.

Enchanted pearls bracelet
by Sylvie Camps
Page 36
Pearl components embellished with different sizes of seed beads make up this feminine bracelet that's sure to win you over.

Charming channel earrings
by Marla Salezze
Page 40
Stitch a lively peyote band around a metal channel bead to create a pair of snappy earrings.

Playful pinwheel
by Meg Mullen
Page 54
Use easy bead embroidery techniques to make a fun, enameled pendant that is perfect for jeans and a t-shirt.

Right in line bracelet
by Eileen Barker
Page 56
The supple drape of this elegant bracelet makes it very comfortable to wear, and the embellished QuadraTiles give it depth and bling.

Sweet expressions beaded bead
by Cary Bruner
Page 60
These beaded beads are fun and quick to stitch up, thanks in part to a few lightweight and colorful paper beads.

Abbey rose pendant
by Liz Thompson
Page 63
Capture glittering chatons in a pendant inspired by what was once a window of Tintern Abbey in Wales, England.
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