Erin go Bragh!

Patterns and kits
“Dancing Clovers” bracelet & necklace

Patterns and kits
“Crystal Clover” Earrings & necklace

Patterns and kits
“Raw Elegance” bracelet

Egg-cellent Beading Projects for Spring!

Easter Jewelry to Put a Smile on all the Faces!

shop Beaded snowflake patterns & kits

Celebrate love!

Matching Sets

We love to design coordinating jewelry because it makes accessorizing so easy (no guessing what works with what) and wearing pieces that tie together perfectly give you a smart, cohesive look.

Shop our Coordinating Jewelery Designs

One design – so many possibilities!

Change the Color Scheme

Our “Twisted Peyote” design (shown here in multiple colorways) is just one example of how you can drastically change the look of a beaded design just by changing the color scheme of the beads you use.  We try to stitch up multiple color samples of each of our projects to help you visualize them in your favorite colors, or to show you how they can work for different holidays or seasons. So, if you like a design, but the color scheme doesn’t float your boat, just imagine it in your favorite colors (and make sure you browse through all the color samples we’ve stitched up to help you see it differently).  Tip: If you go with a predominately light color scheme, make sure you use crystal (or light colored) thread.  If using dark beads, use smoke (or dark-colored thread). That way, the thread blends in better with the beads and is less likely to show.  Note: We always use dark thread when photographing our patterns so you can see what the thread path is.  We then restitch the project if light thread is more appropriate.

Change the length

Who doesn’t love a good “two for one”!  Beaded tubes are not only enjoyable to stitch up (with their therapeutic repeating processes), but, in most cases, you can stitch them up to be a bracelet and a matching necklace!

Test your knowledge of different bead stitches with our fun “Guess that Beading Technique” game!

“Lane and Cara’s instructions and photos are the best I’ve experienced – they constantly amaze me with how easy they make bead weaving. This pretty poinsettia bracelet worked up fairly quickly and will look great with the matching earrings. I can’t wait to make the necklace!” – Mary