The Beaded Leather Cuff Ebook
If you’re into weaving but not so into finishing, this project is perfect for you. You’ll learn how to weave this beautiful beaded bracelet with the No Warp-Ends Kit and how to finish it on a pre-made leather bracelet blank.
This is a great first project because of its simplicity. It can be woven in just a few hours and teaches you how to combine different sized beads and crystals. Finishing a beaded piece on a cuff like you do with these bracelets is very easy to do, so you can focusing on weaving instead of finishing. Get the kit here. Get the free ebook here.
The Changing Seasons Bracelet
If you’ve ever been interested in weaving beads on a wire warp, then this is a great first project for you. We us SoftFlex wire to make this gorgeous bracelet. In this free ebook you’ll learn:
- The basics of weaving beads on wire
- How to use Mirrix’s No Warp-Ends Kit
- How to finish a beaded piece on wire
The Swirl Split-Loom Necklace
Split-loom necklaces are very popular right now in the beading world. This simple but elegant necklace is great for those looking for something a little more advanced than a basic bracelet.
These are my favorite kits right now. They are two mini tapestries that come with fantastic ebooks to teach the techniques used. They are both made of silk and are very affordable! While we’d recommend you experiment a bit with tapestry before starting on these, they’re a good second project. Get these kits here (one or both).
The Textural Tapestry Wall-Hanging
Texture in tapestry is very popular these days. If you’re a beginner looking to weave in this style, this ebook will get you started with all the basics.
Click here to get the free ebook.
The Textural Tapestry Eyeglass Case
This project is great for ambitious beginners, or those who have had some tapestry experience. Don’t expect to get everything right the first time if you’ve never tried tapestry before, but you’ll finish the project with a great grasp of some basic and not-so-basic techniques.
The Tapestry/ Bead Cuff Bracelet
If you want to learn to combine beads and fiber, the Tapestry/Bead Cuff Bracelet is a must.
The Fiber & Bead Dog Collar
The techniques for this fiber and bead dog collar are similar to those used in the Tapestry/Bead Cuff Bracelet. But, this ebook shows how to weave with fiber and beads if you don’t have a shedding device and for 11/0 beads. Get the free ebook here.
This easy and fun project can be found here. It was originally designed as a “grown up friendship bracelet” and is a great way to experiment with combining beads and fiber.
Get the kit here.