I love beading! :)

Why did I create the Blog, and YouTube Tutorials?

My parents have always taught me to share things with others. This is me sharing the talent of beading with all who are interested. I want to share this Talent I have learned with others, so they can learn too! I have it for display in hopes that I might be able to help and inspire others who are interested in beading! Because this way, others can make their own jewelry with out having to pay for it, and be proud that they did it themselves! :)
*Remember that people have their own ways of doing things, this is the way that I am comfortable beading.
** This is a hobby for me, it is something I do as a stress reliever and for fun.. all while putting my heart into it <3
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Thank You! Kristen Sally

Friday, October 21, 2011

Beaded Rosette

Here is the first beaded rosette that I have ever made. I made my Grandma Kat some earrings, and then she asked me to make her a necklace that matched the earrings.. So this rosette is the one that I came up with..


Six Directions Traders said...

Bautiful! What kind of beads did you use? I Love the edge with rhinestones.

Daian said...

So easy to follow. I couldn't really figure it out from a written guide. Thank you!

Ashley Milton said...

I really needed to know how to do this, and these instructions were so useful, thank you! :D
A few questions: what type of glue do you use to glue the fabric stabilizer onto other fabric, and would a hot glue gun work instead? Also, where would you find rhinestone banding, and do you have to have it? I have a kind of thin plaited leather cord I was thinking I could sew around the edge instead.Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi my name is sharon I watched your tube rosette beads I love those and pretty you are great teacher and understand how to use I can't find rosette graph and will u help me to find free download print rosette graph design? Or what

Thank you

Anonymous said...

I was watching this tutorial on youtube and now I am obsessed with finding the second song you put on there. I know it's BDE from Mac Miller, but I cannot find the Native version anywhere! Please tell me where you found it.

Margaret said...

Is this the same that you would do for rosette barrettes? Love your work!!! Thank you!!!!

heidihill said...

I have watched all your videos and just want to say thank you so much!
I am interested in learning loom work, and I am kind of confused; when I see the type of work I want to do I can't get an answer whether or not the things I see like the cuff bracelets that have the brass or sheet aluminum in between the buckskin and the beads, I can't tell if they're sewn on to the buckskin or loomed first and then sewn or tacked the way you show? I can't seem to get an answer!
Your work is beautiful! I will try to get some Pins to show you what I mean... I see barrettes and bands etc, but I am still confused ❤️

Theresa Geary said...

Great video!

lee ded said...

I would like to know what size beads did you use? Did you use Czech beads, Miyuki Round beads or Toho Round beads? Thank you for your advice.
Thank You

lee ded said...

I have not received any information on what size beads you use! I would love to learn how to make a beaded rosette medallion.
Thank You