Montag, 29. Oktober 2012

Welcher Faden wofür ?

Liebe Beaderinnen

hiermit möchte ich Euch Fireline ans Herz legen. Auch wenn ihr oft duch 15er Rocailles fädeln müßt, ist das  Fireline in 0,12 Stärke das Beste was es an Faden gibt.

Bitte vergeßt ONE-G Garn da es sich oft verknotet, wenn es nicht gewachst ist. Und wenn man eine Fädelarbeit mal zurück fädeln muss, spaltet sich der Faden auf.

Sicherlich wird die Eine oder Andere Fädlerin sagen: Nein da gibt es noch etwas besseres....

Jeder so wie er es am Liebsten hätte, aber ich schwöre auf Fireline.

Am Liebsten in dieser Ausführung:

Berkley Fireline Tournament Exceed - Smoke 270Meter Stärke 0,12 mm 


  • Tragkraft: 6,8 Kg
  • Durchmesser: 0,12mm
  • Lauflänge: 270m
  • Farbe: Smoke
  • Grundpreis: 0,1479 ?/m
Kosten je nach Anbieter: Preis: circa EUR 29,99

Die erste semitransparente geflochtene Schnur weltweit!

FireLine Crystal verbindet die Tragkraft einer geflochtenen Schnur und die kristallklare Farbe einer monofilen Schnur in einem! Mit der FireLine Crystal bieten sich unzählige Einsatzgebiete beim Raubfischangeln, Meeresangeln und Friedfischangeln, wobei die Geschmeidigkeit der dünnen Stärken mehr als beeindruckend ist und selbstverständlich auch für uns Beaderinnen !

Donnerstag, 25. Oktober 2012

To Do Liste

Rina Ketty Fädelanleitung
Ein zartes, romantisches Armband mit sehr viel Bling bling. 
8 mm Chatons, 
8/0,  11/0 und 15/0 Rocailles, 
3 mm Glaswachsperlen, 
6 mm Glaswachsperlen

Patterns for free - Danke dafür

  1. Flower Grows 


  2. Magatamas & Drops

  3. Drop on Top


  4. Nautilus


  5. Nautilus Spacer Bead



  6. Serpentine







Tila Crystal Box Bracelet by MyAmari

 Der Shop von ihr ist auf Etsy zu finden :Etsy Shop von MyAmari

Learn how to bead weave this dimensional Tila Crystal Box bracelet! The tutorial includes over 100 detailed colored photos,a material list and step-by-step instructions on how to make this 1/2" wide by 7" long bronze and lavender bracelet and beaded tila clasp. Knowledge of Bead Netting and Ladder stitch will be helpful but not necessary. Knowledge of how to add thread to your work and tie half-hitch knots will be necessary. This PDF is 13 pages and about 990 KB in size. Once payment has been received I will email you the PDF within 24 hours (mostly sooner) to the e-mail address provided from your Etsy account, unless other wise specified, If it has been over 24 hours, please check your SPAM or Bulk Mail folder and contact me so I can resend it.

If you are interested in purchasing a beading kit and pattern together for this bracelet, please see her listing:

You will need:

-48 of 4MM bi-cone crystal or glass beads, Lavender or Violet. When choosing these beads, make sure to look at them in natural light as artificial light (florescent and incandescent) will turn them a bluish color. Using Swarovski crystals will produce more symmetrical boxes, however; I did not use Swarovski crystals in mine.
-58 Tila beads, Metallic Bronze # TL-457D
-6 grams size 11/0 Miyuki Rounds, Metallic Bronze #11-457 . This should be a close match to the tilas.
-4 grams size 15/0 Miyuki Rounds, Silver Lined Violet/Purple #15-574, #15-26 OR #15-30 . I also tried a darker silver lined purple which works great too but the above is easier to find.
-Size 12 beading sharp needle (shorter beading needle) STRONGLY recommended!

Confetti Spiral b y M a r i l y n T . A r o n s o n

Tubular peyote stitch gets fancy when you change up the beads in each round. Marilyn T. Aronson's Confetti Spiral looks like you made lots of complicated increases and decreases throughout this colorful peyote rope, but just using different sizes of seed beads is what creates the ins and outs of this peyote bracelet. Create your own fiesta using vivid, bold colors in a Dutch spiral, where simply changing bead sizes in tubular peyote creates a dynamic twist effect. Once you get the hang of the spiraling stitches, you'll have a samba of a peyote stitch bracelet on your wrist in no time!

Mat erials
10 g lime green opaque size 11° Japanese seed beads (A)
10 g turquoise opaque size 8° Japanese seed beads (B)
10 g salmon opaque size 8° Czech seed beads (C)
10 g lavender luster size 8° seed beads (D)
15 g amethyst translucent size 6° Japanese seed beads (E)
15 g lavender milky size 6° Czech or Japanese seed beads (F)
15 g silver-lined orange transparent size 6° Japanese seed beads (G)
1 lime green 17mm plastic shank button
Smoke FireLine 6 lb beading thread

Size 11 or 12 beading needle

1: Spiral body.  
Work rounds of tubular peyote stitch with different size beads to form a spiral:

Rounds 1 and 2:  
Use 5' of thread to string : 2E, 2F, 2G, 2B, 2D, 2C, and 9A, leaving an 18" tail. Pass through all
beads again to make a circle; exit from the first E.

Round 3:  
Work peyote stitch around with 1 bead in each stitch: 1E,1F, 1G, 1B, 1D, 1C, and 4A. 
Exit the first E to step up for the next round
(Figure 1).sh

Rounds 4 and on:  
Repeat Round 3 until you reach the desired length;
continue the pattern by always adding the same bead from which you exited.

2: End decrease
Use A to work decrease rounds in circular peyote stitch (Figure 2):
End Rounds 1 and 2: Exit the final round’s E; work 1A in each stitch.

End Round 3 
(decrease): Work the round, making a decrease in every other stitch.

End Round 4: 
Work 1A in each stitch.

End Round 5 
(decrease): Work the round, making a decrease in every other stitch.

End Round 6: 
Work 1A in each stitch. Weave through the beads of this round again to tighten. 
If there is a gap in the middle, string 1B and weave through beads on the other side of the gap.
ed size: 10"

3: Button
Weave through beads to exit from a bead of End

Round 5
String 7A, 1D, the button, 1D, and 7A. Pass through the A in Round 5 opposite the one you last exited (Figure 3). Repeat the thread path several times to reinforce. Secure
the thread and trim.

4: End decrease and loop
Thread the needle with the tail thread. Repeat Step 2 to decrease
the end. Weave through beads to exit from a bead of End Round 5.

Rounds 1 and 2:  
String 19A or enough to make a loop that fits snugly over the button. Pass through the A in Round 5 opposite the one last exited. Weave through beads to exit from the
first bead of the loop.

Round 3: 
Work 4 stitches using 1A in each. Work 1 stitch using 1B. Complete the round using 1A in each stitch (Figure 4). Repeat the thread path to reinforce. Secure the thread and trim.

Over the designer
Marilyn T. Aronson of Van Nuys, California, has been beading for fifteen years. 
She teaches at area bead shops and can be contacted at 
She thanks her friend Lynn Berman for inspiring her to teach this project
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