Introduction What You Need (The Beadworker's Studio) What You Need to Know (Beadwork Basics) Peyote Stitch Band of Triangles Bracelets Joy Squared Cuff Carpet of Beads Bracelet Beaded Bead or Toggle Dewdrop Diagonal Peyote Bracelet Pair of Beaded Beads Fat Little Embellished Beaded Bead Can't Stop Beading Bracelet Starry Night Card Case Undulating Peyote Tube Supple, Shiny, and Shapely Bracelet Peyote Mandala Dutch Spiral Sparkle, Dash, and Dot Bracelet Bam! Dutch Spiral Bead Netting Netted Rope Credit Card Case Lacy, Spiky Bicone Bracelet Bead Netted Bead Classically Feminine Pearl Collar Ogalala Bracelet Starshine or Snowflake Beaded Scarf Spiral Stitch Spiraling Fire-Polished Rope Lariat Double Spiral Roll-On Bracelet Luscious Leafy Pearl Bracelet Right-Angle Weave Cross-Needle Weave Crystal Cuff Zigzag Weave Bracelet Band of Pearls Ring/Beaded Rope Single-Needle Right-Angle Weave Round Beads in Right Angles Bracelet Jewels in R.A.W. Windows Bracelet Interpretation of Fashion Earrings Triangle Weave Cocktail Ring Five Easy Pieces Necklace Penta-Petal Bead Square Stitch Saturn Bracelet Name Badge Daisy Chain Double Daisy Chain Springtime Chain Bracelet Hot Chili Pepper Collar Ladder Stitch Delicate Beaded Ladder Earrings Tape Your Tail to the Table Ring Ladder Alternative Eyeglass Leash Ndebele Herringbone The Long and the Wide: a Stripy Bracelet Seed-Stitch Look Bracelet A Variety of Inclusions Bracelet Jill's Reversible Ndebele Bracelet Bead Happy Bracelet Silver & Pearls through Thick & Thin Fran's Swirling Ndebele Bracelet Swirling Ndebele Toggle Brick Stitch Garden Earrings Marigold Fan Earrings Winged Bead Backless Brick Bezel You Are My Sunshine Beaded Pendant Polygon Weave Triangular Rope Octagonish Bracelet Helix Harlequin Bracelet One Through the Beads Bracelet Scallop Stitch Scalloped Earrings Saffron and Crimson Necklace Bead Crochet Bead Crochet Out Loud Choker Coiled Crochet Lariat
Carol Huber Cypher is an accomplished beader and feltmaker who has studied felting for more than 20 years. She often teaches feltmaking alongside beadwork at national bead shows in addition to conferences, guilds, colleges, seminars, museums, and stores. Carol is an adjunct faculty member in the fashion program at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. She has appeared on PBS' Beads Baubles and Jewels, the DIY Network's Uncommon Threads, and is the author of Hand Felted Jewelry and Beads (Interweave Press, 2005) and Mastering Beadwork (Interweave Press, 2007). Carol lives in Esopus, New York.
"This is a must have, must do, don't miss ... for those who want the basics covered, then want to take it up a notch or two or three." --"South Jersey Bead Society" Like a well planned cook book this easy to understand colourful guide will be a favourite. The spiral binding allows the book to lay flat on the work space making it easy to use. The glossary contains useful tips and essential information for the beginner or the more experienced, great tips and methods are included. Most stitches are covered with plenty of interesting examples. Each section contains all the detailed information needed to complete the project with clear colourful diagrams. Many of the projects also include "Did you notice" and "Try this..." pointers. Lots of different clasp ends are worked throughout the book. This is sometimes the hardest part of finishing a project off so I'm certain that the clasp instructions will be extremely useful. I would recommend this book to all beaders as there is certainly something to inspire you to create another masterpiece or two, a good choice for the bookshelf. Lorraine Whitehouse-Bead Society of Great Britain