Perlenschmuck mit Tila-Beads: Fädelschmuck in verschiedenen Techniken (Allemand) Broché – septembre 2011
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Broché, septembre 2011
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I can't read German, but can read a pattern and hers are very well done.
The color pictures inspired me to try a few of her patterns.
I found the patterns to be for intermediate and advanced beaders.
I felt they have an Art Deco influence to them.
They all seemed to be well thought out, refined and eye catching.
Her choices and use of color was exceptional.
The patterns have all the major steps, clearly printed and in a logical and understandable order.
I hate books that use very small diagrams, just a few beads of the piece, so your never sure exactly where all the other beads go.
Not here !
I had no trouble following one of her her patterns, as there is only ONE page of instructions for a pattern, and only ONE graphic pattern page to go with it (with very few exceptions).
On the glossy color picture pages, there is a clear picture of the completed item, a full list of materials, and written instructions on how to go about creating one of many gorgeous items.
To find the page where the graphics are, look down, on the lower left side of the page, beneath the materials list.
Seite = Page Number.
This one page per item is the major reason why I would recommend this book to intermediate and advanced beaders.
Still, if your very patient and/or great with following diagrams, go for it.
If you can't do it now, if you keep at it, you will use this one.
Think of it as an incentive to keep on beading.
The list of beads used and amounts needed are printed on each pattern's glossy color instruction page.
But, she does one thing even better, that's great for all beaders !
On the diagram / scheme / graphic page, the beads used are printed as a graphic list, the SAME SIZE they are printed in the diagrams.
No confusion about, does this round one go here, or is it that one ?
To find the color page, where the photo and written directions are, look at the top left, just under the title of the pattern.
Here again, Seite = Page Number.
* Note: There is a list of beads used for any other pieces shown but not included, as a pattern, in this book..
However, the amounts / number / weight needed to make these other pieces is not always provided. *
I will try to post a pic and pattern page so you can see what the book is like.
I am extremely reluctant to buy a book that I can't see what's in it.
My favorite, at this time, is the pattern for the necklace and earring set called Stilvolle Eleganz.
It's just gorgeous !
The Necklace and Earring Set have two rows of Tila beads with long drops / daggers on the edge. (Again I don't read German)
From a distance the way it is photographed made the necklace look similar to a Russian leaf, but without the middle filled in.
The Earrings are lovely dangles that complement the necklace by echoing one row, top edge to bottom edge, of it.
I'm not planning on posting a picture of this, but for me, this made the purchase worth it.
No matter how many times I look at it, I still love it.
It looks so eye catching, yet elegant, a lot like beautiful lace.
There is so much, done so well, in these 54 pages (counting the covers), I've written rather a lot about it.
Usually I prefer big books, but I love so many of her patterns, I just fell in love with this book.
Sometimes quality is better than quantity, and this book is one of those.
Did I find any problems in this book ?
There was one thing, I think, most would find to be very odd.
The color pages have their own sequential numbering and then the graphics pages have the same numbering system, with the same numbers !
Maybe it's a German thing.
The color pages of pictures of the items and written instruction go from the cover to page 2, the in order to page 16.
Then it's another page 2 when the graphic pattern pages begin.
At page 24 of the graphic patterns it switches back to page 17 of the color pictures, etc.
The book ends at page 32, then there is the back cover.
So, even though the last page has 32 printed on it, the books total length is actually 52 pages.
Here's how I got 54 as the total number of pages in this book.
32 color - 2 (starts on page 2) + 2 for covers = 32 color pages
24 - 2 (starts at page 2) = 22 graphic pages
Total book pages = 54
Why am I not complaining about all this weird numbering ?
It made the book cheaper to buy and easier to assemble.
Color pages are printed 4 pages at a time = 4 color pages printed together at the same time and cut apart later.
So, 16 double sided color pages = 4 full color printed sheets / 2, since both sides are printed on, = print run = 2 four page prints.
The second section is the same, 33 (32 + back cover) - 17 = 16 double sided color pages.
Now you all know why there are this number of pages in books.
Putting these two parts together, it might be safer and easier to have them numbered sequentially.
That is a way of explaining the numbering system, as the same would be true of the graphic part,
If your wondering about the 22 part, the ad pages make up the other two. 24 - 2 + 2 Pages of ads = 24 /4 = 6 four page sheets = 3 double sided - four page printed layouts.
Color pages and regular graphic B+W paper are printed in separate print runs.
So, print both, cut apart, assemble, place graphic parts on top of color pages and bind, done.
All in all, I think this author, and publishing company, did an excellent job throughout this book.
This book shows that Lydia Klös and her publishing company, really gave a lot of thought about all the beaders who would use it.
I highly recommend this for all beaders who want a bit more of a challenge.