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.
Celebrating 25 Years of BEADWORK
Blue Hydrangea Bangle
Ouroboros Dragon Cuff
Monet’s Garden Lariat
Crystal Palace • These designers combined rough-cut stones with ribbon, leather, and chain to show how versatile gemstone jewelry can be.
Carnelian Comet • Create the perfect accessory for jeans and a T-shirt or a flowy midi dress by combining chunky gemstones with a handmade tassel.
Gems in Harmony • Nature melds amethyst and citrine to create ametrine, which is mined in Bolivia. Th is unique stone offers balance and harmony to the wearer.
Under an Amethyst Moon • Leonardo Da Vinci once wrote that amethyst holds the power to dissipate evil thoughts and quicken one’s intelligence. Th is celestial piece showcases a beautiful carved amethyst slice surrounded by earthy beads, copper elements, and a verdigris star for a truly mystical necklace design.
Roughing It • Dravite, also known as brown tourmaline or champagne tourmaline, is believed to have a soothing effect on your heart, mind, and body. Wear this striking piece when you are under stress or simply to make a bold statement.
Two to Tango • Add extra drama to this citrine necklace by attaching a second removable pendant. Th e mix of leather and ribbon with subtle metallic elements echo the sparkle in the glass and crystal beads.
Havasupai Falls • Like the waterfalls of the Grand Canyon, this necklace balances the roughness of rock with fluid, sparkling green hues.
Ocean Moods • Capture the colors and moods of the ocean with this easy knotted necklace, using pale aqua stones evoking crashing waves, teal and turquoise suggesting deeper waters, and various greens symbolizing tide pools.
Stormy Weather • Th e colors and textures of winter are echoed in this unique asymmetrical necklace. Rough chalcedony, clear quartz nuggets, and a hint of blue glaze on the pendant combine to evoke images of ice and snow.
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