Bead&Button April 2020

Item #BNB200401-C

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Description

Use flat even-count peyote to make a bracelet with a multi-square pattern. Liven up your stitching by combining two techniques for one fabulous bracelet, featuring seed beads, pearls, and fire-polished beads. Try the hot trend of adding beads to tin thread to make a Sami-style set. 

Features

Desert song peyote bracelet
Show off your style with this peyote band, featuring sectional motifs for an intriguing look. Designed by Susan Arrighi.

Forever young pendant
Double-up a pair of elegant pendants, and suspend them from dainty chain for a truly unforgettable necklace. Designed Zsuzsanna Erdei.

Square root right-angle weave bracelet
Bezel sparkling chatons with seed beads for a timeless bracelet you'll treasure. Designed by Sabrina Maurer.

Souvenir of yesterday and today
Take a trip down memory lane and see how many show beads you have in your collection from 2000 to today. By Diane Jolie.

Magic turtle shell bracelet
An undulating series of tine "turtle shells" magically emerges from a flat band as you stitch this unique bracelet. Designed by Zsuzsanna Erdei.

Tin thread necklace and bracelet
Create a Sami-style tin thread necklace or bracelet with a look that can be either elegant or casual. Designed by Katherine Buenger.

Guzialia Reed: Beading the power of confidence
Guzialia Reed's perfectionist personality and on-the-go lifestyle drive her to produce impeccable beadwork. By Cindy Crain Newman.

Double duty necklace and earrings
As if the elegant lines of this lovely right-angle weave necklace weren't enough, the reversible design lets you get extra mileage from this delightful, double-sided set. Designed by Silke Steuernagel.

Kakana bracelet
Use a traditional combination of seed beads, pearls, and fire-polished beads to create a delicately woven pattern within this beautiful bracelet. Designed by Juanita Carlos.

Starlette earrings
Frame you face with tubular peyote stitched stars made from seed beads and SuperDuos encircling a center pearl. Designed by Debora Hodoyer.

April's colorful birthstone
No fooling, April’s birthstone is the diamond. When you shed light on the diamond, you’ll see that it is about more than just clear sparkle. Diamonds come in a rainbow of colors, and if you follow ten suggestions, they can be affordable. By Renée Newman.

Save the bees, please!
Discover 5 ways these fuzzy workers can add personality to your beading. By Katie M. Salatto.

 

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