Learn How To Knit With Beads

Priscilla Bead Work Book

If you are interested in learning every- thing there is to know about how to make your own Victorian Beaded purses, jewelry, and accessories, then you'll want to make sure you read this Here's what you'll discover in the Priscilla Bead Work eBook: What a Weaver's Knot is and when should it be used. How to properly use a purse stitch What Beaded Knitting is. How beads should be strung on the spool for knitting. How to thread beads for knitting a pattern of more than one color. What Beaded Crochet is. Which beading method allows for laying your project aside and easily picking it up at pleasure. When making a bead bag, what beading method offers the amateur the greatest success. What the one right way is to begin bead embroidery on canvas. How avoiding this one mistake will keep your beading beautifully uniform. How to fit a pattern if the correct clasp cannot be obtained. An unusual opportunity to make necklaces, bracelets, etc., with very little work but very elaborate effect. The truth about Victorian ladies and dog collars. A very ingenious method of imitating pearl jewelry. How to sting long lengths of beads rapidly. How to determine what size beads to use. What caution you should be aware about the stringing of beads. What secret all great bead workers know but rarely share.

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Mary Schlueter
Price: $12.95

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