In my first book was published in Germany "Das Perlenkochbuch", and now in Sabine Lippert's Beaded Fantasies: 30 Romantic Jewelry Projects. Sabine Lippert's Beaded Fantasies: 30 Romantic Jewelry Projects In , Sabine published her first English-language book with Lark, Sabine Lippert's. “Sabine Lippert is one of Europe's leading beadwork teachers, and this book gives her English-speaking fans the opportunity to learn many of her techniques .

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Evolution der Perle: Neue Techniken im Peyote-Stich & Right-Angle-Weave. 4 Nov by Sabine Lippert and Claudia Schumann. Sabine Lippert's Beadwork Evolution (Lark Jewelry & Beading) by Sabine Lippert ( £ Paperback. Books by Sabine Lippert. Showing 4 Results Books. Kits for Books. Supplies. Contact. Newsletter. * incl. tax, plus shipping. SERVICE. Contact · Cart · Account · Wishlist · My gift registry · Public gift registries.

While experimenting with the Scheherezade bangle, i kept wondering how i might connect the beads to make the finished piece flexible. Weave twice more through all the beads. This forms the base ring. Weave again through the bead from which the thread originally exited, then forward through the next bead in the basic ring figure 1. The last unit will close the circle. After the fourth unit, weave forward through the 4-mm firepolished bead in the first unit. Pick up one pearl and weave again through all four beads in the last unit. End with the thread exiting a pearl. Weave twice through the five pearls; they serve as the base ring for the next row of five RAW units. Weave forward through the next pearl. Continue making RAW units until the row is finished. At the end, weave once through the five 3-mm fire-polished beads. The base of the small bead is now finished. The first group will be added in a horizontal circle. With the thread exiting a 3-mm fire-polished bead, pick up one 11 and pass through the next 3-mm fire-polished bead.

Whatever nourishment you seek, you're invited to the table to create your own designs. With step-by-step instructions, even inexperienced beaders won't bite off more than they can chew.

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Great projects here! Book, "Metalworking For Beaders: Book, "Woodland Creatures: Book, "Origami Jewelry: Sold individually, 40 projects for inspiration.

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Seed Beading x. Multi-colored x. When I first saw Sabine's work, I knew it was very special. She's the kind of artist who brings a mastery to her work and raises the bar for all beaders. Unique, amazing, gorgeous, stunning, glamorous, elegant -- all of these words describe Sabine's book.

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Every piece is exquisite and beautifully made and will have beaders wanting to make every one. The problem will be in deciding which to make first!

These pages reveal a passion for beadweaving to be reckoned with and a desire to share knowledge with others. Although the projects appear intricate and complex, the simple language and illustrations make for a successful, pleasant experience while beading them.

Take it from one who finds following directions challenging -- these are indeed easier than they look! The way she shares her design approach of evolving pieces of beadwork into a variety of designs encourages readers to take their own design journeys.