Beading Basics: Cubic Right Angle Weave

We’re back to beading basics! This tutorial will teach you Cubic Right Angle Weave. This stitch is a variation of Flat Right Angle Weave. Learning Cubic Right Angle will give you other options to create 3D handmade beaded jewelries and make various shapes. Playing with different color patterns you can create so many variations that

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How to make a beaded bag charm with Right Angle Weave

What a cute little beaded bag from Fashion Accessories! A few years back I made lots of beaded bags, and gave them as gifts to my girl cousins, and they really liked it. 🙂 During that time I didn’t even know that the technique was Right Angle Weave until I explored jewelry making. I thought

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How to Create Beaded Spacers for Multi-strand Bracelets

It’s me again, Keri Dudas and it’s time for my diy jewelry making! For our project today I’ll teach you how to create beaded spacers that you can use for multi-strand bracelets 🙂 I enjoy making multi-stranded bracelets, however, I’ve the worst time finding spacer bars for the projects that I’m working on that I

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Right Angle Weave with Tila Beads

It is always fun weaving with Right Angle Weave; you can come up with so many jewelry design ideas with this beading technique. Today, I’ll teach a basic right angle weave but using 2 hole beads, the Tila beads. Prepare a beading thread, beading needle and some tila beads so we can start with Single-Needle

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DIY Ring: Metallic Blue Monte Ring

In my native language we call “monte” sew on rhinestones. I’ve used a monte on one of my beading tutorial, “Royal Gardens.”  But what does a monte look like?         Montees or monte to some are Swarovski crystals mounted into a silver base metal with two stringing directions or 4 holes. How

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