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  • Tibiki Kinew
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    If you do not want to looose all your beads, never use lazy!

    Of all the stitches I prefer Wampum Stitch that is centuries old and holds toegther awesomely!!!!

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  • mgkenn17
    started a topic Chicken Beadwork

    Chicken Beadwork

    What style of beadwork is best to use? I have seen both flat stitch and lazy stitch, is there a better one to go with?

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  • sebooneyboy
    beadwork designs
    by sebooneyboy
    is it ok to do lazy stitch for a tradish set without copyin geometrical designs? is it ok to do a kind of okla. type of beadwork with animals and other types of designs or is it better to modify geometrical designs?
    03-02-2004, 05:36 PM
  • LOVEBUG87
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    by LOVEBUG87
    I'm not sure what the proper name is....but I'm trying to figure out how to bead on a cord for like a necklace/medalion. I can't even describe it, I'll have to try and find a photo and post it!
    09-11-2008, 02:20 PM
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    Taking Beads Off
    by Guest
    Say you have this beaded piece, and want to remove some beads, and fill that back in with beads of the same kind and color. Can that be done without starting all over again? Maybe just crimp the beads off with a needle nose pliers? Just wondering....
    12-04-2003, 11:27 AM
  • SuzzeQ4
    purses - creative outlet?
    by SuzzeQ4
    so does the beadwork on your purse match the rest of your beadwork, similar to the rest of your beadwork or do you do something totaly different?

    Typically the beadwork on my purse is similar to my other beadwork, but i mix it up a bit. This time all my beadwork is very geometric but...
    05-07-2009, 02:20 AM
  • nabeader
    heddle loom beadwork
    by nabeader
    Dear Folks.....A while back we had a discussion of heddle loom beadwork and who makes heddles. There was a guy in Wisconsin first name Jim. Does anyone have a contact for him??? I have lost his phone number and need to order some heddles.
    David
    03-19-2002, 10:18 PM

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