Regency Romance Pendant – Free Class with Michaels Classroom

The Project PDF is here:  Romance Pendant

Description for our class:

This elegant pendant was inspired by Regency Era jewelry and the timelessness of pearls.

A sterling setting for a 10mm pearl is created with matte silver John Bead Czech Super Duo beads paired with transparent crystal seed beads atop an 8mm Pearl and Faceted Drop.

The Recorded Class is here.

About our Instructor Danielle Wickes

Danielle Wickes is a Designer and Content Creator for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.

Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.

Starbright MovinNShakin Hoop Earring and Pendant Collection – Wire Working Techniques

Here’s the second of my Bring It On!!: A Month of Challenging Elements Made SuperCool designs! This one’s called StarBright, the first of the MovinNShakin hoop earring and pendant collection—and the happiest motif shapes perfect for sidling into summer. Each works perfectly with John Bead Fiber Craft (aka pony) Beads due to their size and larger holes. Don’t they just make you smile wide open?!

The Pattern Instructions and PDF are here.  MovinNShakin

 

John Bead Fiber Craft Beads can be seen here.

Aluminum Wire is easy to see here.

About Brenda
Brenda is an artist, inventor, author, teacher, and coach, in whatever order that suits your need of her! Found objects and steel wire are her palette, which to her, pair like fine wines and lusciously delectable dinners.
You may know her from her weekly Facebook Live Broadcasts:
https://www.facebook.com/BrendaSchwederJewelry

She has written several books and has over 150+ published articles for the jewelry making world. She has also recorded workshop DVDs and other longer online classes.
Her name is synonymous with the Now That’s a[Brand]! of wire jewelry making tools.
Based in Southern Arizona, she works from her Sahuarita Casita, an adobe brick studio in the mountainous desert region close to the Mexican border.
Subscribe to her blog for regular updates.
Her YouTube page is here.
Her Facebook page is here.
Her Instagram page is here.

Regency Marquise Cuff Version Two

Earlier this week we released the link to the Regency Cuff bracelet workshop Danielle Wickes taught for Michaels Stores.  This is a shorter video featuring a blue color palette. A blue, iridescent setting for each pearl is created with John Bead Czech Super Duo beads paired with deep sea 8/0 rounds.

Project PDF for blue version is here:   Marquise Cuff Step-by-Step and Parts List

The original Free Class For the Michaels Classroom
The Project PDF is here:  Regency Cuff Step-by-Step

Description for our class:

This fun design was inspired by Regency Era jewelry and the timelessness of pearls that are so on-trend today. A golden setting for each pearl is created with matte flax John Bead Czech SuperDuo beads paired with Barley Ivory 8/0 rounds.

The Recorded Class Is Here:

About our Instructor Danielle Wickes

Danielle Wickes is a Designer and Content Creator for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.

Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.

Regency Marquise Cuff – Free Class with Michaels Classroom

The Project PDF is here:  Regency Cuff Step-by-Step

Description for our class:

This fun design was inspired by Regency Era jewelry and the timelessness of pearls that are so on-trend today. A golden setting foreach pearl is created with matte flax John Bead Czech SuperDuo beads paired with Barley Ivory 8/0 rounds.

The Recorded Class Is Here:

About our Instructor Danielle Wickes

Danielle Wickes is a Designer and Content Creator for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.

Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.

Leather Wrap Bracelets – Video Step by Step

The Recorded Step by Step Is Here:

About our Instructor Danielle Wickes



Danielle Wickes is a Designer and Content Creator for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.

Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.

Diamante Rhinestone Mesh Netting Treasure Trap – Wire Working Techniques

Well, it’s Bring It On!! Month where I asked John Bead marketing-savant, Carmi Cimicata, to challenge me to work my magic with a few of their outlier SKU’s. This week, I chose to work with this Diamante Rhinestone Mesh Netting and the first thing I thought of was to—yep, you got it!—create a capture pendant over a simple 3D wire frame. Serve it up empty or load-in a memento you’d like to keep close!

The Pattern Instructions and PDF are here.

About Brenda
Brenda is an artist, inventor, author, teacher, and coach, in whatever order that suits your need of her! Found objects and steel wire are her palette, which to her, pair like fine wines and lusciously delectable dinners.
You may know her from her weekly Facebook Live Broadcasts:
https://www.facebook.com/BrendaSchwederJewelry

She has written several books and has over 150+ published articles for the jewelry making world. She has also recorded workshop DVDs and other longer online classes.
Her name is synonymous with the Now That’s a[Brand]! of wire jewelry making tools.
Based in Southern Arizona, she works from her Sahuarita Casita, an adobe brick studio in the mountainous desert region close to the Mexican border.
Subscribe to her blog for regular updates.
Her YouTube page is here.
Her Facebook page is here.
Her Instagram page is here.

Step by Step Instructions for Rhombus Harlequin Bracelet

Designed by Debra Schwartz for John Bead

Techniques:

Basic bead weaving knowledge, Right Angle Weave (RAW)

The Harlequin Bracelet is one of two project PDFS we will release this month by Debra Schwartz.  It features our own bead; The Rhombus bead which was designed for us by Lena Gillespie.

Project PDF:

Harlequin Bracelet – Step by Step PDF is here

Product Links:

White, Silver and Pink color wave project products linked here.

White, Silver and Black color wave products linked here.

Tools and findings linked here.

All together tools, findings, and both color waves are here.

Beading Etiquette:

Although this is a free pattern, please be kind and give credit to the designer when you share a photo of the item you made with this pattern online or when you sell the item.

About Debra Schwartz

Other free patterns designed by Debra for John Bead are linked here.

Debra Schwartz is on Facebook as DatzKats Designed and is linked here.

DatzKatz Designs – Bead Weaving Patterns by Debra Schwartz
Available here: linked here.

More John Bead Projects

To see all the free projects that John Bead releases, consider joining our special Facebook group linked here.

 

Stash Buster Necklaces- Free Class with Michaels Classroom

The Project PDF is here:  Stash Buster Necklace

Title of our class:    Stash Buster Necklaces!
Description for our class:
In this class we will create boho necklaces using John Bead Czech Glass Seed Beads as the medium, or base, for our design. You can use any color seed beads in size 10/0 or 11/0 that you like. The featured designs were created with Size 10/0. For the focal beads, this design will work with any shape and size of bead you choose. Beads used in the samples were all selected from the strung beads wall at Michaels Stores. Search Item Numbers are provided for each in the parts list above.

The Recorded Class Is Here:

About our Instructor Danielle Wickes

Danielle Wickes is a Designer and Content Creator for John Bead. She specializes in working with seed beads, bead-weaving, and looming, creating hand-knotted mala and yoga jewelry, crochet, and jewelry made with leather and wire.

Danielle on Instagram linked here.
Danielle on Facebook linked here.