Bead Embroidery Necklace - Anastasia

Beaded jewelry is so much fun, any way you look at it.  It’s exciting to wear — just rub your fingers across those beads!  The beads move and sway — they catch your eye, as well as those of the people around you.

Beaded jewelry can also be really fun to make.  Just think about it — some beads, a needle and thread is all it takes for a lot of beaded jewelry.  Of course the more techniques you learn, the more supplies and tools you’ll use.

Buying Beaded Jewelry

There are times that you’ll probably want to make your own, but there are also times to buy some.  For example, maybe you want something sensational and different.  Or maybe you don’t seem to have the time you’d like for beading.

Never fear, I have some jewelry that I’ve made, that’s ready for purchase.   I have a store on Etsy — click here to enter my store.

You’ll see that I have a wide range of styles and colors — so you’re sure to find something for yourself, or a special someone.  🙂   So please, feel free to browse and enjoy.

Jewelry Tutorials

Bead Embroidery Bracelet Tutorial -- "Perchance to Dream"

If you have the time and the inclination, I have some ebook tutorials that you can take a look at.  They cover a range of projects, from bead embroidery, to wire work to beadwork to viking knit – phew!  And I am always adding to the ebooks I offer.

So, if you’d like to say that you made it yourself, then why not treat yourself to a tutorial or two?

Click to find my current project tutorials.

And if there is a technique that I haven’t covered, please feel free to make some suggestions — I’m always trying to think up new projects!

Most of the projects take few tools, but some of them are a little more complex and need a few more.  But all the necessary tools are easy to locate.

So relax, enjoy and…

…Bead Happy!

8 Responses to Store

  • Linda Blackmon says:

    All your jewerly is beautiful.
    Thank you for sharing. Linda

  • Catrina Jonson says:

    Hello, your bracelets are nice. What type of cord would you recommend for magnectic beads?

    • admin says:

      Hi Catrina,

      I’ve never used magnetic beads before (only magnetic clasps), so I’m not quite sure; I think it would depend on the effect I wanted. I most likely would go with 8-lb Fireline or 10-lb PowerPro for my stringing material. Hope this helps! 🙂


  • Tiffany says:

    i subscribed to your tutorials on youtube and decided to check out your page… WOW!! you are extremely talented and you not only can do it all but you are amazing at TEACHING it all. love your videos. i left a question for you on youtube under the intro to russian spiral about materials. i hope you dont mind me asking you for advice. thank you for taking the time to make tutorials and reply to comments. i greatly appreciate any help i can get lol. keep up the great work!

  • Deidra Emmons says:

    bI so appreciated your tutorial for the superduo peyote bracelet Waltz. Your instruction was beautifully paced and so very clear. I love the bracelet!

  • Carrie says:

    Your video is so awesome. I’m looking to make a charm/beaded combo bracelet in memory of my one year fur baby who recently passed away. Can I add charms with the beads to the beaded strings?

    Thank you.

    • admin says:

      Hi Carrie,

      First, my condolences to you — your child was precious to you. You certainly can add charms to your beaded bracelet; just make sure any rough spots are smoothed down (an emery board nail file would work fine). Best wishes to you!


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