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  • Relié: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Lark Books (NC); Édition : 1 (4 octobre 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1600597963
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600597961
  • Dimensions du produit: 8,6 x 10,1 x 0,4 cm
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Superbe!!! 9 janvier 2012
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Un livre magnifique, réservé aux perleuses "accomplies", qui explique la technique de la broderie de perles sur suédine. Un art étonnant que l'auteur maîtrise parfaitement. Vous y trouverez des explications de modèles avec leurs schémas, facilement lisibles, même si (comme moi!!) vous n'avez pas un anglais "courant".
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent manuel ! 3 juillet 2013
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Ce manuel pour apprendre la broderie de perles est vraiment très bien conçu. Tout est expliqué dans les moindres détails : les différents outils et matériaux utiles, la préparation du modèle que l'on souhaite réaliser, le montage de certaines perles ou cabochons dont la base n'est pas plate, les différents "points" que l'on peut utiliser pour la décoration, le maintien des éléments, la connexion et le montage final. De nombreux schémas pas à pas viennent appuyer le propos très précis de l'auteur. De plus, beaucoup de photos de créations de bijoux, notamment des pendentifs, illustrent les pages du livre. A la fin, une galerie présente le travail de plusieurs artistes. Bien que mon anglais soit très loin de la perfection, j'ai parfaitement compris les explications de l'auteur car son anglais est vraiment clair, même pour les débutants. De toute façon, les dessins sont si bien faits qu'ils constituent une aide suffisante. Bref, un très, très bon manuel que je ne peux que recommander !
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Des modèles magnifiques, presque intimidant pour passer à la réalisation mais des explications claires qui doivent permettre d'approcher la beauté des créations proposées.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Exellent 6 novembre 2011
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A avoir dans sa collection si vous aimez la création du bijoux. On peut avoir les information nécessaire pour créer les bijoux avec l'aiguille et les perles.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Technique Book for Dimensional Bead Embroidery by one of the Best Instructors Around! 4 octobre 2011
Par Jean Baldridge Yates - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I spent a glorious day with this new book, by the author of the incredibly well-received earlier books, Beading with Cabochons, and Bugle Bead Bonanza.

What makes this book special? Frankly, it is the very fact that it IS an instruction/technique book, rather than a book offering projects (although the nine projects which ARE offered, at the end of the book, are stunning).
Therefore it focuses primarily on technique, with the fabulous projects for the reader to soar with, after learning or brushing up on, via the previous chapters, all there is to know. A quote I found appropriate to describe this super book is that it is "a remarkable, 160-page encyclopedic guide to bead embroidery techniques with plenty of material for beginners and experienced beaders alike" .
This is the great concept which makes Dimensional Bead Embroidery so successful in purveying understanding, clearly and in a most excellent manner, to the reader, at every turn.

This great technique book also has going for it an astounding collection of beautiful photos (hundreds of them! to assist with the reader's learning and desire to keep ON learning. There is nothing like a vast collection of jawdroppingly beautiful photos, clearly taken and stunning, to keep a person learning and loving a jewelry technique book. The drawings which assist the reader to learn each specific technique are excellent as well.

Ms. Eakin's book is divided into 9 chapters, and then there is a gallery with what I would consider museum quality contributions from other amazing beaders.

Chapter 1 contains a list of materials and tools which you will require.
Chapter 2 is "Basic Techniques". For example, if you are a beginner, and you are wondering what you may have gotten yourself into, Chapter 2 has REALLY easy to grasp basics like adding a stop bead. Reading a technique book as well done as Dimensional Bead Embroidery is better in some ways than going to a class, because there are so many people who need to absorb information, starting from step one, repeatedly. I want to stress this chapter's value because if you are a rank beginner at seed beading, you are not alone when Jamie Cloud Eakin is guiding you. It is as if she is right over your shoulder, anticipating your questions and answering them. She has anticipated them all!
Chapter 3 is a chapter I would also like to bring to the fore as super special.
Entitled "Getting Started and Designing", as the author states, "This chapter will take you through the steps needed for bead embroidery, with chapters 5 through 8 focusing on the specific stitches and techniques you use in steps 3, 7, and 8, described directly below".

I was amazed that this book jumped right in to encouraging the reader to learn to design to his or her personal taste at this early stage! What's more, it is so clearly explained, even I can do this. As a designer who primarily works with wire, although I pine to learn to seed bead and do bead embroidery, I now have a resource book to turn to which will enable me to truly understand what I thought was forever going to be beyond my grasp. You will be able to do this too. I find this book to be incredibly inspiring for everyone who has ever looked at seed beading and bead embroidery and said, "Oh, I can't do that, although I would love to"! You CAN and you WILL, and the design you ultimately end up with will be your own creation!
As Jamie says, earlier, in her introduction, "I think my favorite thing about bead embroidery is not only the capacity for variety but also the simplicity. Even if you can barely sew on a button, you can do this".
That is the feeling the reader will carry throughout the book and it is a very fun and empowering feeling!
Chapter 4 covers using components. This of course is a must for a new seed beading embroidery enthusiast to understand clearly.
Chapters 5, 6, 7, and 8 each explain a variety of stitches which one needs to know to make the projects which follow in Chapter 9.
Chapter 9 is the reader's magnificent reward for learning how to bead embroider using
Dimensional Bead Embroidery, A Reference Guide to Techniques, by this wonderful teacher and author.
"Ceremonial Dance Necklace", the necklace which is on the cover, is right there for you to make. It is just as stunning as can be.
Another favorite project of mine is called "Woodland Secrets Purse". I will give you an example of how the book works by using this project. First is listed "What You Need", then come the "Stiches Used" and the pages upon which they are located. After that is "What You Do", with a template for the purse. There are a number of tips and figures to guide you as you make your own version of this lovely piece. At the end of the project is a photo of an absolutely smashing color variation of the same purse.

I cannot praise this book enough. It accomplishes what it sets out to do with every step clear and well explained. It s a beautiful book, as I have said, and one anyone can learn from.
To sum up, Jamie Cloud Eakin did a magnificent job with Dimensional Bead Embroidery, A Reference Guide to Techniques ! This wonderful book will serve as a reference guide and additionally will also inspire any beader who is aching to learn to bead embroider with seed beads.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have bead embroidery book 3 octobre 2011
Par Shala Kerrigan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Dimensional Bead Embroidery is one of those books you absolutely should get if you have any interest in learning bead embroidery, or building on existing skills.

The first chapter covers tools and supplies and explains about backing materials. Each of the projects are done on a foundation which is backed with another fabric after it's embroidered to cover the stitches.

The second chapter gets into techniques, and starts from the very basics. It doesn't assume you know anything about bead embroidery which makes it a good book to learn from if you're a beginner. It talks about how to tie secure knots, finding and marking the center of the foundation you will be beading on.

Then you learn how to plan a design working around a focal element like a cabochon and more detail on choosing the right backing material for your project, as well as tips for strengthening it if necessary. This chapter also has an overview of edging and finishing techniques.

Using components give tips on how to use irregular components that don't have flat backs, have holes you want to cover and when you should glue a component down to the backing material.

Then it gets into the stitches. If you overview the first few chapters and it's all things you're fairly confident about, this is where it gets exciting.
If you're a beginner to bead embroidery, this chapter covers how to do the 3 basic embroidery stitches, back stitch, couched stitch and lazy stitch, as well as variations like stacks stitch, loop stitch, picot stitch and other very textured stitches.

Bezel stitches is where it starts getting very exciting for people who've done bead embroidery before. The author has a bunch of different bezels that are ornamental and functional.

There is also a chapter on edge treatment and one on attaching pieces of bead embroidery to create something like a big, bold necklace.

The projects range from things that could be done an in evening to very big projects that will take a few days. Because there is so much information in the first 8 chapters, you can easily modify any of these projects to suit your own component or style. My favorite projects are the Traditions in Lavender Brooch which could also be the basis for a beautiful barrette and the asymmetrical Midnight Waterfall Necklace.

I'm really impressed with the clear photography, comprehensive diagrams and very clear text. The projects are gorgeous, and will garner many compliments.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A New Bible for Bead Embroidery 13 octobre 2011
Par Jill Wiseman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I own several very wonderful books on the topic of bead embroidery...but I have to admit, there's a new favorite on my bookshelf now! As I first flipped quickly through the pages I found my jaw dropping at the shear volume and quality of photographic examples. There's nothing more inspiring than looking at the work of others, and this book provides significantly more of that stimulation than your average book.

On my second, and far slower pass, I was drawn in by the finely detailed instructions on a huge variety of bead embroidery options. Not just photos, but a bazillion or so illustrations show exactly how to create the effects Jamie Cloud Eakin explains - many of which I've never seen before. I also especially liked the step-by-step demonstrations of the order and process to bead the projects. Very helpful for those who get paralyzed by not knowing where to start or how to progress.

Personally, I can't wait to go grab my stash of beads and get to work on some bead embroidery myself. Thank you, Jamie, for lighting my bead embroidery fire again!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Yes, you do need to add this book to your bead embroidery library! 29 octobre 2011
Par Leanne - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I first saw that this book came out, I passed it by, thinking that I didn't need it since I already have a small collection of bead embroidery books, including Sherry Serafini's Sensational Bead Embroidery: 25 Inspiring Jewelry Projects (Beadweaving Master Class Series), The Art of Bead Embroidery, and Beading on Fabric: Encyclopedia of Bead Stitch Techniques. At a beading class last weekend taught by Jill Wiseman (whom I see has also already reviewed this book), however, Jill said that is was a fantastic book that was worth picking up -- so, of course, I had to immediately order it to add to my beading library. It's definitely worth it! If I could give this book six stars, I would -- it's that amazing.

As other reviewers have remarked, what is noteworthy about this book is that instead of just including a short chapter at the beginning that covers techniques, this book spends the first 88 pages going over various techniques in detail. Although I didn't pay attention to it at first, the subtitle of this book is _A Reference Guide to Techniques_, and that is most certainly what this is. The in-depth coverage is fantastic, and I learned some new skills that I can immediately put to use.

For instance, I was taught to bezel cabochons onto the backing by using peyote or perhaps netting, depending on the size of the cab. In Cloud Eakin's book, she gives several new techniques to use that I have never seen before, including what she calls Stacks Bezels and Outside Window Bezel that add a whole different level of "pop" to a piece.

After the techniques and skills are explained, Cloud Eakin includes nine projects with detailed diagrams and instructions. The projects include a purse, several earrings, and several necklaces. While nine projects might not seem like a lot, scattered throughout the entire book are probably at least a hundred beautiful photos of finished pieces for inspiration, and, as bead embroiderers know, creativity is key with embroidery since this medium lends itself to customized pieces. As each technique is discussed, there are also several color photos of sample pieces that use the technique; this in invaluable for seeing the technique in action, so to speak. The photos for the nine projects also contain several samples in various colorways so you can see the possibilities.

Another thing I have never seen before in a beading book is that at the very end of the book, there are six pages of "Photo Descriptions." Basically, in this section there is a list of the kinds of beads and techniques used in each and every photo in the book. I can only imagine how much time it must have taken to put this compendium together, but it's a fantastic way to gather ideas about how to apply the techniques to the creation of your own designs.

There is plenty of eye candy in this book, and I'm so very happy that I picked it up! I haven't been this excited about a beading book in a long time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply Fantastic! 9 octobre 2011
Par MusingCrow - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This new book from Lark is a real treat for bead-o-philes everywhere. The directions are clear and complete, concise, well illustrated and well written and easy to follow.

The chapters include:

Materials and Tools
Basic Techniques
Getting Started and Designing
Using Components
Surface Stitches
Bezel Stitches
Edge Treatment Stitches
Attachment Stitches
The Projects !

There is a wealth of information in this well designed book and, if you're not already into bead embroidery - you surely will be by the time you've paged through this book. I have to admit that jewelry making has never been one of my greater obsessions, but thanks to roaming through the pages of some of the amazing jewelry making titles in the Lark line up I have to confess that I have dabbled a bit! Good Lord - one more thing to add to my peripatetic resume! I am, however, trying to stick to small things like earrings. If you have a hankering for beaded embroidery or are, like me, a technique junkie, this is a good book to have in your library! You'll be able to create these amazing beaded embroidery projects easily by following the super well done instructions! Go on - you know you need another obsession don't you ?!
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