Let’s learn to make jewelry by understanding circular brick stitch around a bead.
Brick Stitch is a beadweaving technique where beads are sewn, stacked up, but off-set resembling a brick wall.
A popular variation of the brick stitch is the Circular Brick Stitch where the beads are sewn either around a ring or a bead, going in circular direction. Today, we’re going to learn the Circular Brick Stitch Around A Bead.
Though it may look real simple, but you can still do wonders with just plain seed beads with the circular brick stitch, like this ring from Inspirational Beading
If you play with colors you can create a wonderful circular brick stitch ring. If you add several rows of brick stitches you can make it wider and turn the same design into a pendant. Attach a hook and you can turn the ring into a pair of earrings.
Circular Brick Stitch opens possibilities to various designs.
Try incorporating different sizes and shapes of beads.
Karla Schaefer added some bicones onto her flashing bright red colored Circular Brick Stitch Ring and created a pointed flower-like ring.
Did you see how by changing the size and shape of beads you can create various designs using only one beading pattern? One technique but various designs! Explore the Circular Brick Stitch and you can create wonders with it!
Hope the links we’ve sourced out and shared are helpful! Don’t forget to share and post your creations using Circular Brick Stitch at the Fanpage and inspire others to explore this versatile beading technique.
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