In every issue of Beadwork you'll find all-new irresistible necklace designs, must-have bracelet patterns, and can't-miss tips. Explore your favorite techniques such as peyote, right-angle weave, herringbone, and more. PLUS be confident every step of the way with fully illustrated step-by-step instructions.
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Riviava • These quick components are a beautiful way to capture and protect a crystal rivoli. There are a lot of ways to work them into your jewelry designs!
Kimberly Costello • Kimberly Costello is a talented bead artist with a whimsical style. Learn how Kimberly got started beading, discover her unique perspective on creating new beadwork designs, and take a peek at her charming workspace.
Kimberly’s Beading Space • Take a peek at Kimberly’s adorable beading nook.
“Pop” Goes the Needle • Here’s a unique project: A soda-bottle-themed needle case that you sand, paint, and bead!
Trillium Bracelet • Create this intriguing bracelet featuring triangular-shaped components made from two-hole cabochons, crescent beads, and crystal rivolis.
Candied Lace Bracelet • Weave Candy beads with two-needle right-angle weave and netting to create this playful bracelet.
Hannya Mask Cuff • Use shaped beads to weave this playful, bold bracelet reminiscent of the masks used in Japanese Noh theater.
Shooting Star Necklace • This pendant, featuring a variety of two-hole beads, is as captivatingly beautiful as a meteoroid streaking across the sky.
Netted Pearl Earrings • Use tubular netting and lustrous pearls to create these beaded-bead earrings. The long-leg ear wires allow you to string a bead before forming the loop, adding a customized element to the design.
Supple Cellini Lariat • Get the look of a Cellini spiral rope by weaving this impressive necklace with the more flexible Peyote with a Twist technique.
Grand Duchess Bracelet • Embellish and connect multicolored peyote-stitch panels to create this gorgeous bracelet that’s fit for royalty.
Irisbell Earrings • These fun triangular earrings use the new IrisDuo beads to accent their geometric shape.
Eye of Horus Pendant • The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol of healing and divine protection.
Tinos Flower Earrings • Tinos par Puca beads twirl in a pinwheel around dazzling two-hole cabochons in these fun earrings.
Night at the Savoy • Egyptian Art Deco and vintage Lucite combine to form a sassy statement piece that’s perfect for your next soiree.
Padma • Combine a complementary color palette of beads and components to create this bib-style necklace with an earthy feel.
Miriam • An eclectic mix of beads and chain lend a vintage feel to this statement piece inspired by the Miriam Haskell costume jewelry from the 1950s.
Moroccan Bliss • Make a bold statement by combining oversized ceramic rounds with metallized spikes and chunky beads in vivid colors.
Harvest Rise • You’re sure to turn heads when you don this sparkly showstopper, made by forming coils of knitted wire around glittery gold and gray beads.
Tell a Story • Assemble a collection of beads, buttons, and filigree into a focal that’s full of interesting layers and textures. Finish with premade cording or braid a cord yourself.
Green Dragon • Nothing makes a statement like a jewelry collar. Select your favorite focal bead and surround it with multiple strands of vintage glass to create a necklace to treasure.
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