Jewelry

Jewelry

Earthy, blingy, simple or complicated – make jewelry for special occasions or to wear every day. Explore beading, wirework, kumihimo and more!

Browse through our jewelry projects and inspiration.

Who knew that a self-taught bead artist could create such intricate work? With no beading classes nearby, Laura Lee Ullrich picked a project she loved from a magazine and has...

Tubular Herringbone (sometimes called Ndebele) stitch creates sinuous beaded ropes that await your creativity to design bracelets, necklaces and more. It can be a fussy stitch to get started, but...

Starting with two size 11 seed beads per side, it’s easy to stitch a base of right angle weave in comfortable proportions for Gemstone Embellished Right Angle Weave Jewelry. The...

A simple spool of wire has so much potential! Pair it with a beautiful stone or five, and you can create a one-of-a-kind pendant. That's a good thing for me....

Peyote-Stitched Cellini Spiral looks really complicated, but it’s just a glorified peyote rope. The stitch is even count tubular peyote with a step up. It’s the change in bead sizes...

Bridal Pearl Earrings For her wedding, my daughter wanted "new" pearl earrings to coordinate with the "old" pearl strands she planned to wear around her neck and in her hair. It...

Gabi Nirino is a self-described "textile nerd" who teaches at 3 universities and works in studios in Buenos Aires and Seattle. She is an accomplished weaver who pushes the boundaries...