My beadwork tutorials are all available through Etsy as instant downloads. Just click on the images and you’ll go straight to each listing.
The only exception to this is my Jelly Tutorial which is currently only available to members of the Beadworkers Guild through their Journal. I’ll be publishing it on Etsy from August 2021.
All of my tutorials contain a full materials list, with suggestions for colour schemes, and every step is fully illustrated with a detailed diagram showing thread paths etc, as well as being written out clearly. The images in the Etsy listings show a sample of some of the pages within the tutorial, so you can preview the type of instructions, as well as examples of different colourways I have made, and the description includes a high level materials list. If you’d like to check whether you have the exact quantities in your stash before you commit to a purchase, then there are detailed lists with weights etc. here.
Materials packs are available for many of them and you can view current and old colourways here to purchase or get some inspiration for your own versions.
Baroque Tape Measure Surround
This uses circular peyote, netting and embellishment to transform a simple plastic retractable tape measure into something rather splendid. Will suit intermediate to advanced level beaders who have experience with peyote and netting.
Space Needle Case
This uses right angle weave, circular peyote, and embellishment to transform a simple wooden needle case into something rather splendid. Will suit intermediate level beaders who have experience with RAW and peyote, and who have a good control of thread tension.
Cellini Rick Rack Ninja Star
A tutorial for my Cellini Rick Rack Ninja Star. This uses peyote stitch to create a zig zag round which is then doubled and finally formed into a star. Will suit intermediate/advanced level beaders who already have experience with cellini peyote, and who have a good control of thread tension, and it’s an advantage to have worked with Jean Power’s Rick Rack technique and/or be able to work from a casting pod or strip. Please note this tutorial is definitely not suitable for beginner beaders – it has a life of it’s own and it’s best to get more experience before attempting the start in particular.
A tutorial for my Squidy pendant or hanging ornament. It uses a variety of bead embroidery, beadweaving and goldwork embroidery techniques, including back stitch, bezelling using circular peyote, seeding, right angle weave bezelling, goldwork and beaded edging to make a statement pendant, brooch or even a beautiful ornament. Will suit intermediate bead weavers or bead embroiderers, or experienced embroiderers looking to learn some beadweaving techniques.
Christmas Tree Brooch
A tutorial for my Christmas Tree Brooch or Ornament. This brooch uses bead embroidery techniques with sequins, to make a statement brooch or fun ornament. Will suit intermediate bead weavers or bead embroiderers, or intermediate embroiderers looking to learn bead embroidery.
This uses a variety of bead embroidery techniques, including back stitch, bezelling using circular peyote, seeding and edging to make a statement brooch or pendant. Will suit beginner bead embroiderers comfortable with a needle – it’s an ideal project for beadweavers or embroiders looking to try out bead embroidery as it covers key basic techniques.
This uses circular peyote to create a dodecahedron of gumdrop or spike beads, which forms a perfect bauble for your Christmas tree, or to decorate your home all year round. Will suit intermediate beaders who have experience with peyote and 3d beadwork.
Great Ball of Spikes (or Gumdrops)
A ball of Czech spike beads or Czech gumdrops, held in place by a network of seed beads and Czech fire polished beads. The beaded ball is hollow and self supporting, and can be beaded in a couple of hours by a confident intermediate beader using Netting and Modified Right Angle Weave. This beaded bead forms one of a series of pieces which I made for a project called ‘Beading Beaded Beads’ which you can read about here.
This uses Modified Right Angle Weave (MRAW) and circular peyote to add a simple bezel to a Luna Soft or Polaris Cabochon, and to surround it with pairs of kissing Piggy beads. Will suit confident beginners who have experience with peyote and RAW, and who have mastered thread tension.