Revue de presse
Praise for the hardcover edition:
"Beginning and more advanced beaders will find helpful instruction...[The book] will find good use in public library collections." -- "Library Journal"
"A beginner-friendly romp through the ways and wonders of seed beads...Interesting projects for experienced beaders to play with too!" -- "Bead-Patterns the Magazine"
"A must-have." -- "The Detroit News"
"The projects are fun, the directions easy to follow, and the materials list provided make for stress-free shopping trips." --"Monsters and Critics.com"
Présentation de l'éditeur
Don't know the first thing about beading? All it takes are some beads, a bit of thread, wire or glue, and a dose of inspiration from Getting Started with Seed Beads. Author Dustin Wedekind takes readers through the process of working with seed beads, from shopping to storing and from stringing to sewing a successful beginning project. Getting Started with Seed Beads is even more basic than other books, making no assumptions and taking great pains to avoid overwhelming beading newbies with too much information too soon. This must-have resource includes all the basics in a warm encouraging tone: shopping for beads, findings, and tools, giving the basic techniques with clear step-by-step full-color illustrations, and of course, providing plenty of great projects. With Getting Started with Seed Beads, you'll begin by simply gluing beads to a base, then progress logically to manipulating traditional stitches such as peyote, backstitch, brick stitch, square-stitch frames, flat and tubular peyote stitch, netting, herringbone stitch, and right-angle weave. You'll also learn how to finish off your project expertly. Soon, you'll have made your first pair of earrings...then a bracelet, a necklace, and a bundle of other great gifts.