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Part 1: Basics to Seed Bead Embroidery

Join Jody Young for part 1 of her seed bead embroidery series. First, you'll need to know the basics.

Diamond Chain

Here are some instructions on how to make a diamond chain:

How to Make a Brick Stitch

How to make a Tubular Peyote Stitch

Thread on eight seed beads. Bring the seed beads toward the end of the thread, leaving a 6-inch tail.

How to Create an Even and Odd Count Peyote Stitch

Spiral Herringbone Stitch

Pick up two A and pass down through the next A of the first row.

Part 7: Assembling a Collar Necklace from Seed Beaded Components

Bring your creations together in part 7 of Jody Young's bead embroidery series.

Part 3: Add a Peyote Stitch Bezel to an Existing Component

Move on to part 3 of the Jody Young series to learn how to add a Peyote stich bezel.

How to make the Daisy Chain Stitch

How To Use a Wide Eye Needle™

Wide Eye Needles™ come in lengths ranging from 1-1/2 inches to 5 inches long, and are very thin allowing them to pass several times through most beads. The shorter needles work well on weaving projects where the longer needles work well for picking...

Part 6: Taking Seed Bead Embroidery Technique Further (Combining Bracelet Components)

Find out how to combine bead embroidery components with Jody Young in part 6.

Part 5: Picot Seed Bead Stitch

In part 5 of Jody Young's bead embroidery series finish off your components with a picot stitch.

Warping a Loom

Not sure how to warp a loom, also known as setting the threads in a loom for weaving? In-house jewelry designer Rose shows you just how easy it is to get a warped loom in no time. No matter which projects appeal to you the most, from simple...

How to Create the Fringe Stitch

How to use the Speedy Stringer™

String beads quickly and efficiently using the Speedy Stringer. Pour beads into the bowl, then spin them onto wire or thread. They will be strung quickly, leaving you with more time for crocheting, knitting, loom weaving and other designing!...

How to make a Peyote Stitch

String on one bead, pass the needle through the next-to-last bead strung on the thread then pull the thread so the new bead and the last bead from the previous row are stacked on top of each other.

Part 8: Seed Bead Jewelry Finishing Techniques

Finally, after all of your beautiful hard work, it's time to assmble your beaded collar. Find out how in part 8 with Jody young.

How to Weave Beads on a Mirrix Loom

See how to weave beads on a Mirrix loom with and without the shedding device in this detailed tutorial courtesy of the manufacturer.

Ladder Stitch, How-To

Ladder stitch is used to create the first row for many stitches, including brickstitch and herringbone. It can also be used on its own to be worked to whatever length you like. There are many variations on how to create the ''ladder,'' this tutorial...

Designing and Finishing a Mesh Ribbon Necklace

Not sure how to design with mesh ribbon? This tubing is surprisingly easy to use in jewelry-making. Just let jewelry designer Rose walk you through the steps in this quick necklace project.
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