EXPAND YOUR CREATIVITY as Lyric Kinard takes you beyond the basics of bead embroidery. Build on what you learned in Bead It Like You Mean It pt. 1 and learn new dimensional beading techniques that jump right off the surface. Wrap cords or walk a line of seeds over a bugle bead bridge. Try out a beautiful Gourd stitch to attach a cabochon or go right over the edge as you add beaded borders to your cloth. Loop your stacks or turn them into crazy twisted or banged fringes.
Introductions, Instructions, and Schedules
- Introduction and Overview
- How this classroom works
- Lesson Schedule
Materials and Supplies
- Beads, Needle, Thread, and other Stuff
- Supply List and Suppliers
- Supports and Processes
Off The Edge
- Introduction and Materials review
- Simple Dotted Edge
- Beaded Blanket Stitch Edge
- Picot Beaded Edge
- Wrapped Cord Edge
Funky Fringes and Stacks
- Basic Fringe
- Looped Stacks
- Branched fringe
- Twisted Fringe
- Bead Wrapped Cord on the Surface
- Beaded Belt/Strap
- Taking the High Road or Beads on Stilts
Gourd on the Ground Beaded Bezel
- Preparing your Cloth and Cabochon
- Base Row
- Second Row
- Third Row
- Top Row
Frequently Asked Questions
How much interaction is there from the teacher?
If you can't find the answer to your question in the comment section post your query. Lyric will answer within a few days.
What are the lessons like?
Lessons include short videos, written instructions, photos, and supply lists.
How long do I have access to the course?
Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for one year. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!
What do I need to know about using a computer?
If you wish, you can photograph or scan your assignments and save them as a jpeg. You can upload your pictures from your computer or devise to the online lesson.
Is this class refundable?
Since all of the content is immediately available on payment, this class is not refundable. I do want you to be happy though so send me an email and let's talk. firstname.lastname@example.org