[PDF FREE] (Diane Fitzgeralds Favorite Beading Projects) By Diane Fitzgerald

  • Hardcover
  • 128
  • Diane Fitzgeralds Favorite Beading Projects
  • Diane Fitzgerald
  • English
  • 25 August 2019
  • 9781600599224

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Diane Fitzgerald × 3 characters review º eBook or Kindle ePUB × Diane Fitzgerald read Diane Fitzgeralds Favorite Beading Projects Diane Fitzgerald presents 24 of her very best never before published beadwork projects These favorites are drawn from Diane's 20 plus years of creating and teaching and highlight her signature style As she does in her sold out cla. Interesting projects I had a little trouble following the instructions and the illustrations didn t provide me with help I needed Experienced beaders will truly enjoy the book

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Diane Fitzgerald × 3 characters review º eBook or Kindle ePUB × Diane Fitzgerald read Diane Fitzgeralds Favorite Beading Projects Re The book includes a small additional photo gallery of the artist's work Diane a 2012 Designer of the Year for Beadwork magazine and a Swarovski Ambassador is one of the most popular and accessible bead designers in the world . Diane Fitzgerald is very well known in the beading community she s been writing books and helping beaders learn new techniues for yearsThis collection of her favorite projects is a great resource for people who are just starting with bead weaving The projects are dramatic wearable and use a variety of stitches that are diagrammed well enough for a beginner to followEach of the projects has complete instructions So instead of an introduction providing an overview of materials and techniues it starts with an introduction to Diane Fitzgerald and her contributions to the beading community written by another notable luminary Jean Campbell Then it gets straight into the projectsStarting for absolute beginners is the One to Many Strand Necklace which is an older project of Diane s that works just wonderfully with today s trend for statement necklaces The many strands are dense and heavy with seed beads and well balanced by graduated beads in the one strand partThen the projects get complicated ropes worked around cord cores peyote netting brick stitch and suare stitch hexagonal weaving and other stitchesMy favorite projects in this book areApple Blossom Necklace A netted tube worked over a core and accented with a bead embellished ribbon flowerButton Doll Ornament this little button man reminds me of necklaces I strung for my daughter when she was little A simple thread path to make something adorableYao Necklace A very dramatic looking necklace made in motifs which are suare stitchedShimmering Waves Super easy peyote variation that makes a gorgeous necklaceOne of the things I like best about this book is the supplies for the necklaces are very easy to find Very standard bead types make it a project book that s very accessible A good bead store should have everything you need except for some supplies you might need to find at a craft or fabric storeAdvanced beaders who want of a challenge might be happier with Diane Fitzgerald s Shaped Beadwork or Maggie Meister s Classical EleganceI received a complimentary copy of the book to review on my bead site BellaOnline Beadwork My reviews are always my honest opinion Walmart resource for people who are just starting with bead weaving The projects are dramatic wearable and use a variety of stitches that are diagrammed well enough for a beginner to followEach of the projects has complete instructions So instead of an introduction providing an overview of materials and techniues it starts with an introduction to Diane Fitzgerald and her contributions to the beading community written by another notable luminary Jean Campbell Then it gets straight into the projectsStarting for absolute beginners is the One to Many Strand Necklace which is an older project of Diane s that works just wonderfully with today s trend for statement necklaces The many strands are dense and heavy with seed beads and well balanced by graduated beads in the one strand partThen the projects get complicated A History of Portuguese Economic Thought ropes worked around cord cores peyote netting brick stitch and suare stitch hexagonal weaving and other stitchesMy favorite projects in this book areApple Blossom Necklace A netted tube worked over a core and accented with a bead embellished The Works of John M Synge Vol 2 ribbon flowerButton Doll Ornament this little button man The Complete Fairy Tales reminds me of necklaces I strung for my daughter when she was little A simple thread path to make something adorableYao Necklace A very dramatic looking necklace made in motifs which are suare stitchedShimmering Waves Super easy peyote variation that makes a gorgeous necklaceOne of the things I like best about this book is the supplies for the necklaces are very easy to find Very standard bead types make it a project book that s very accessible A good bead store should have everything you need except for some supplies you might need to find at a craft or fabric storeAdvanced beaders who want of a challenge might be happier with Diane Fitzgerald s Shaped Beadwork or Maggie Meister s Classical EleganceI Trivial Complaints received a complimentary copy of the book to My Philadelphia Father review on my bead site BellaOnline Beadwork My Eduardo Aronica Brooklyn Gambino Soldier reviews are always my honest opinion

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Diane Fitzgerald × 3 characters review º eBook or Kindle ePUB × Diane Fitzgerald read Diane Fitzgeralds Favorite Beading Projects Sses worldwide Diane provides a wealth of professional tips for getting great results Packed with color and amazing designs this must have book from one of today's leading bead artists belongs on the bookshelves of beaders everywhe. As the title says this book is all about the projects After a brief introduction by Diane Fitzgerald and a multi page foreword AKA lovefest by Jean Campbell describing Ms Fitzgerald s career and many talents the book starts right in on the projects There is no Basics section but tips and techniues are woven throughout the bookThis book has a whopping 24 projects At an MSRP of 2795 that is about 104 per pattern If you want to try a lot of different techniues this is a good book to buy Throughout the book the author shows very clearly how to put the beads together into the larger units needs to make the project In looking at these images I am sure a clever uiltmaker could apply beads to a uilt project in the same manner and achieve a great if flatter look The book is also good for the uiltmaker who wants to know about beads This book has wonderful pictures of different beads usedI was hard pressed to pick a favorite project as I started to look through them Many of the projects are necklaces in styles that I don t wear I liked the Midnight Snowflakes pg75necklace but it wasn t a favorite I also liked the Lacy Bracelet pg71 I was also uite partial to the may Basket project pg65 but can t imagine wearing them as a broach or as a pendant so I didn t know what I would do with them I did like their look and imagine having a Spring Tree as opposed to a Christmas Tree covered with these baskets I was getting discouraged but the end of the book pg100 is the Braided Garland Necklace Though it is a little bit large I love the spring feeling of it Each project has a page with a variation so the reader can see what the project looks like in slightly different colors or using different beadsThe end of the book has a gallery of projects presumably by Ms Fitzgerald I really like the Tulip Necklace Pouch pg125 It reminds me of the beaded bag Hermione uses in the Deathly HallowsEnjoy this inspirational book and thanks to Lark Books for sending it to me