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8. Bead Hoarder’s Collage Bracelet — designed by Jeanette Shanigan using brick stitch, herringbone stitch, and ladder stitch, this is the perfect post-bead-show project for showcasing those special one-of-a-kind beads.

9. Afternoon Tea Necklace — designed by Knitting Daily editor Sandi Wiseheart, the sweet rose and purple lampworked beads are the stars of this charming necklace. To create this simple necklace, you need to know how to use jump rings and create wrapped loops.

10. Constellations — designed by Linda Herd for Stringing magazine, this simple wirework and stringing choker necklace might remind you of the constellations of the winter night.


About Beading Daily

Launched in August 2007, Beading Daily offers a free e-newsletter and daily blog, free beading projects, online store, tips and techniques, galleries, artist interviews, event updates, and more for the growing community of beading and jewelry-making enthusiasts. More than 100 project instructions are available for free on the site, and new free projects are added monthly. Enthusiasts can also purchase many exclusive patterns in the Beading Daily online store. The s i t e o f f e r s p r o j e c t s f o r e v e r y s k i l l l e v e l i n e v e r y d e s i g n c a t e g o r y i m a g i n a b l e : n e c k l a c e s , b r a c e l e t s , Beading Daily’s mission is to help beaders bead, so earrings, bags, home décor, and more.

techniques and tips represent an ever-growing section of the site. Step-by-step instructions for a wide variety of techniques and beading stitches are provided in the project instructions—from peyote, brick, and square stitch to right-angle weave, netting, stringing, wirework, polymer clay, beadmaking, and bead crochet.

About Interweave Press LLC

Interweave Press, a unit of Aspire Media, is one of the nation’s leading craft media companies, with businesses in magazine and book publishing, interactive media, broadcast programming, and events for craft enthusiasts. The Interweave Press Publishing Group features 14 subscription magazines and many more special interest publications. Interweave Press has more than 250 books in print and annually publishes about 40 best-selling, how-to craft books on the same subjects as the company’s magazines. Additionally, Interweave Press operates eight annual craft enthusiast events and has an extensive Internet presence that includes nearly 30 websites. Linda Ligon founded the company in the 1970s when she began publishing Handwoven and Spin-Off magazines. Since then, the company has grown to employ more than 100 people throughout the country, with corporate headquarters located in Loveland, Colo. For more information on Interweave Press, please visit www.interweave.com or call (970) 669-7672.


WEBSITES: www.beadingdaily.com www.interweave.com

Contact for information:

Jaime Guthals, Publicist Interweave Press JaimeG@interweave.com (502) 243-6834, Cell (502) 387-2383

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