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Old 02-18-2016, 02:31 PM   #1
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New beader with first attempt

Hi! I'm new here, and just delving into beadwork. Eventually I'd like to learn loom work and applique, but started out small as you all suggested in other threads.Here's my daisy chain. It's my first attempt at beadwork and it's certainly not perfect. But, I think it looks ok. I used some clasps to finish it as suggested by the demonstrator on the Firemountain Gems website, but would love to see other, more traditional methods of ending beadwork to practice if anyone has an recommendations. Thanks, and nice to meet you all!
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Very nice.

Time to dive in a try some other techniques. Try a small lane stitch bag.
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Thanks! Looking up some tutorials now...
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These videos are OK:

Lane stitch -

How to Bead Native American Style: Lazy Stitch

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How to Bead Native American Style: Peyote Stitch

Rosettes & Applique, 1 needle -

How to Bead Native American Style: Medallions - Running Stitch Beadwork

Rosettes & Applique, 2 needle -

How to Bead Native American Style: Two Needle Applique Stitch Beadwork
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I would like to learn how to bead and I would like it to be one on one not no YouTube I learn better hands on anyone in the Indianapolis Indiana area willing to teach me
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Hi! I'm new here, and just delving into beadwork. Eventually I'd like to learn loom work and applique, but started out small as you all suggested in other threads.Here's my daisy chain. It's my first attempt at beadwork and it's certainly not perfect. But, I think it looks ok. I used some clasps to finish it as suggested by the demonstrator on the Firemountain Gems website, but would love to see other, more traditional methods of ending beadwork to practice if anyone has an recommendations. Thanks, and nice to meet you all!
Just like leaning any other skill start simple and you will get better as you do it more. Do not get discouraged and quit. Enjoy!
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Thanks! I'm slowly plodding along; can't devote as much time as I'd like right now so I'm just doing what I can when I can.
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