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How to Make a Picot Edge
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How to Make a Picot Edge

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A picot edge makes for a perfect embellishment to beaded focals. This type of beaded edge uses three beads in each flourish to create a unique fringe for your designs. This simple technique will add flair to your finished piece, catching the eye and drawing it toward that perfect cabochon or bead.

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Brick Stitch Edge on Embroidered Bezel
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Brick Stitch Edge on Embroidered Bezel

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The basic brick stitch edge or Sunshine edge is a beautiful way to finish a beaded bezel. Also known as the raw edge or basic edge, this technique uses the base stitch for the brick stitch pattern. Begin first by creating a beaded bezel.

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How to Add Fringe to a Seed Bead Bezel
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How to Add Fringe to a Seed Bead Bezel

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Embellish your seed bead bezels even further with fringe! This technique is a great way to add dangling beauty to your pendants. Start out with a pendant embellished with a two-seed-bead backstitch and a finish with a beaded edge using the brick technique.

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Beaded Baptism Gown
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Beaded Baptism Gown

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A child is only baptized once in their lives. Make sure you honor the occasion with the most elegant baptismal gown you can. This gown was a gift for Maggie and Sam's daughter. Use it as a guideline for a special occasion gown of your own. We do not recommend beading clothing for infants' daily wear.

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How to Make a Peyote Stitch Bezel
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How to Make a Peyote Stitch Bezel

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This tutorial will help you to add a seed bead bezel around a cabochon using the peyote stitch. 

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How to Make a Two-Seed-Bead Backstitch
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How to Make a Two-Seed-Bead Backstitch

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Want to create a dazzling display of seed beads around your favorite cabochon for a remarkable hand-made bezel? This simple two-bead backstitch is perfect for beginners. We'll show you how to create a border around a large pendant, and then how to embellish it with floral accents. Just choose your favorite cabochon or pendant to work with and thread in a complementing color. We are using red in order for you to better see it. The first thing you will need to do is glue your component to one piece of bead backing using Gem-Tac permanent adhesive. Allow the adhesive to dry completely.

Cut a long piece of thread for your project. A good rule of thumb when making seed bead designs is to use no longer than an arm's length. Thread one beading needle and tie a knot at the end to secure. Condition the thread with beeswax or Thread Heaven.

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