Posts Tagged "coaster"

Small Doily to Color and Design From

Posted by on Feb 5, 2019 in Doily, Patterns | Comments Off on Small Doily to Color and Design From

$4 This is a doily – separated row by row for you to color on and design a doily of your own This is a netting style I learned in the Olaf books from Australia but the style is from Scandinavia. Difficulty – beginner to intermediate beaders. 14 pages to print OR Save paper and ink – Read your pattern on your favorite tablet or e-reader. I keep all my tutorials on my iPad so I can have them with me all the time. I often beaded from my laptop on the table next to where I bead before I had the iPad. All my tutorials and patterns are designed for you to use to create beadwork....

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Bead Netted Valentine Hearts Doily or Coaster Tutorial

Posted by on Feb 2, 2019 in Doily, Tutorials | Comments Off on Bead Netted Valentine Hearts Doily or Coaster Tutorial

$6   This is my largest design in this style of netting. Using size 11 Japanese seed beads this little coaster is about 4 inches across. Three colors create this doily. Large photos with lots of text to get you to a successful result the first time for an intermediate beader. These are in the style of beading seen in the Stenboden books and the Olaf Beading books from Europe and Australia. I would not think this a beginner pattern. If you have done my pumpkin, my snowman or my lady bug, then you can make this piece. This is a netting style I learned in the Olaf books from Australia but...

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Bead Netted Snowflake Doily or Coaster

Posted by on Feb 2, 2019 in Doily, Tutorials | Comments Off on Bead Netted Snowflake Doily or Coaster

$6 Don’t you just love Snowflakes? In nature, each one a different configuration of crystallized water. This is my largest design in this style of netting. I caught one in the beads and you can make one of your very own. Using size 11 Japanese seed beads this little coaster is about 4 inches across. Four colors create this snowflake. Large photos with lots of text to get you to a successful result the first time for an intermediate beader. These are in the style of beading seen in the Stenboden books and the Olaf Beading books from Europe and Australia. I would not think this a...

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