Bead&Button August 2020

Item #BNB200801-C

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Find inspiration in the August 2020 issue of Bead&Button. Use bead weaving to stitch bracelets, necklace, and a pendant. Peyote stitch is used for summer inspired bracelets. Inspired by the beadwork of the Huichol people, stitch a bright and bold colored bracelet. Read about vintage-style components, tips for selling on Etsy, fossilized gems, and contemporary jewelry components that help commemorate the suffragette movement. 

FEATURES

Handy Dandy Guide: Vintage style components
16 contemporary jewelry components that embody the style of Art Nouveau and Art Deco. How well do you know these two distinct styles? By Diane Jolie.

Rings bracelet
Connect simple rings in a unique way for a classic style bracelet. Designed by Connie Whittaker.

Crystal square set
Seed beads and bicones border a radiant rivoli in this brilliantly classic set. Designed by Assza.

Botanical blossom bracelet
Cylinder beads combine in this flower-patterned design for a fresh bracelet that's ready for warm weather. Designed by Alexsandra Góra.

Star pendant
Make a delightful double-layer pendant that features an open star shape in the center. Designed by Magdalena Dec.

Artist Profile: Erika Sándor
The "storytelling beader" and "gypsy spirit," Ericka Sándor, weaves a charming tale into each design. By Cindy Crain Newman.

Red hot chili bracelet
Inspired by the beadwork of the Huichol people, an indigenous people living in the states of Jalisco and Nayarit in Western Mexico, this eye-catching bracelet looks both traditional and contempoary at the same time. Designed by Juanita Carlos.

Quatrefoil bracelet
Four-petaled peyote flowers alternate with petite peyote tubes for a lightweight and lovely bracelet. Designed by Zsuzsanna Szilágyi.

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