TierraCast Stitch-Ins Guide for Peyote and Herringbone Stitch Designs

This PDF guide is a consolidation of tutorials showing three
innovative uses for the new TierraCast button stitch-in.

In addition to loom and square stitches, you can use the stitch-ins
to complete peyote stitch and herringbone stitch designs.

Stitch-Ins Guide

Stitch-ins at John Bead linked here.

 

This little connector is a rock-star! Stitch-in were designed by TierraCast with Danielle Wickes Jewelry.

Stitch it into loomed or stitched beadwork to easily attach closures or embellishments.

Engineered around size 8 seed beads it also adapts well to other sizes and shapes.

Loom Pattern Featuring New Stitch Ins

TierraCast Stitch-In – Loom Pattern PDF

Loom pattern from Danielle Wickes is here:  Loom Pattern Featuring New Stitch Ins

Stitch-ins at John Bead linked here.

 

This little connector is a rock-star! Stitch-in were designed by TierraCast with Danielle Wickes Jewelry.

Stitch it into loomed or stitched beadwork to easily attach closures or embellishments.

Engineered around size 8 seed beads it also adapts well to other sizes and shapes.

Loom Pattern Featuring New Stitch Ins

 

The Jewel Loom™ by Julianna C Hudgins!

Earlier this spring I showcased the success I had working with the The Jewel Loom™, designed by Julianna C Hudgins!

It really is a fabulous new loom!  Prior to this class I had only experimented twice on a loom.  Now I feel like I could make anything!

The instructions included will have you making jewelry quickly!

Ready to order at John Bead now!

Dazzle-it Beading Loom

Today I am showing you my very first bead loom project.

Dazzle-it has two sizes of the traditional beading loom and I decided to give the standard size loom a try.  I have been wanting to learn how to bead on a loom for some time.  Later this month I will be taking a class but I decided I better start experimenting this weekend so I am at least familiar with standard loom techniques.

The loom does come with everything you need to get started on a project.  It was simple to set up.  The only thing extra I did was use my own beads since I had two pretty colours already out on my work table.

I was absolutely AMAZED with the ease in which I was able to bead on the loom for the first time!  The box does not lie.  It is fun and easy!

When I removed my beaded section I did find one mistake.  You can see here I missed catching the main string in this section.

However, for someone who has never used a loom, I think my edge work is quite good!

Since I plan to immerse myself into the art of weaving on a bead loom I also started to experiment with taking photos.  I am going to really enjoy learning this traditional and beautiful craft!