Messages From beadingaholics

 


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#11940 Mar 12, 2005

h**p://photos.groups.yahoo.com/group/beadingaholics/vwp?.dir=/AAA Swaps & Contests/Bookmark Swap Feb 2005&.dnm=Eye candy #1 K R.jpg&.src=gr&.view=l&.done= ---Links-Are-Forbidden--- Swaps & Contests/Bookmark Swap Feb 2005&.dnm=Eye candy #2 K R.jpg&.src=gr&.view=l&.done= ---Links-Are-Forbidden--- these loomed or how woven? Using stretchy stringing material? Book mark to hold a page in a book?



......... I hope this finds you in the best of health & spirits. Rachelle

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#11963 Mar 14, 2005

Rachelle

2 pictures in FOLDERS: "AAA Swaps", "Bookmark Swap Feb 2005"

Image name: "Eye candy 1 KR.jpg"

Image name: "Eye candy 2 KR.jpg"

The 2 bookmarks you are referring to were made by yours truly. : )

METHOD:

They were created using RAW (Right Angle weave) working in vertical

rows in the simplest fashion. These are FABULOUS to touch, very hand

pleasing being so much like fabric.

MATERIAL:

I bought a billion bugle beads from bobbybead.com just before

christmas and wanted to make something specific with them. Using

Bugles allows your piece to grow faster than with just using seed

beads. I used a non-stretch string-transparent monofilament.

*Remember the edges of bugles are often sharp and thus its important

to consider this when selecting a string*

USE:

Bookmarks - I really like how sparkly these are, like diamond

braclets for my book.

Feel free to separately email me should you wish for further

questions or help.

Bead Hugs from a Canadian Hobby Beader living in Switzerland

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Book mark to hold a page in a book?






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