How to Bead Weave an Openwork Style Tila Bead Bracelet August 24, 2019 Tags:ASMR, bead, Bead Weaving, beadaholique, beadaholiquedotcom, beauty, Beginners, bracelet, craft, crafts, cuff, delica, design, fashion, free, handcrafted, handmade, help, helpful, how to, How to bead, howto, idea, instruction, jewelry, Jewelry Designer (Profession), jewelry making, learn, make, making, miyuki, openwork, project, retail, Seed beads, Shopping, silver, store, style, supplies, technique, tila beads, tip, tips, trick, tricks, tutorial, tutorials, weave, weaving Related Posts HSN | Michael Anthony Jewelry 09.06.2016 – 10 PM ক্লে দিয়ে কাঠগোলাপ ফুল তৈরি/ How to make flower with Air Dry clay / Flower Finger Ring // Key ring Kanupriya 24K GoldPlated Moonstone Filigree Cuff Bracelet About The Author Brennon Stark 23 Comments Maricò Spadaro beautiful work.My compliments from Italy. February 9, 2012 Reply DORIBAR1 I want to tell you how beatiful is your work. Thanks for share March 5, 2012 Reply laughsdaily Thanks! def going to try this… I am hooked on Tila's… 🙂 March 13, 2012 Reply seahorse444 I'm in-love with these Tila beads. Such a nice feel. Thanks for the lesson. 🙂 April 25, 2012 Reply Nicola Rose The video that shows you how to continue and tie on new strands, What is it laballed under as i cannot find it at all. You should do a peice where you show it all, that way we don't have to change what we are watching or hunt around for the continuation… August 16, 2012 Reply Beadaholique The video is called "How to Tie Off and Add New Thread in Bead Weaving". If you ever need to search for a video just open up a new window, go to our channel page and use our channel search box. August 16, 2012 Reply Nicola Rose thanks August 16, 2012 Reply A Jourdain excuse me what is the mm of the jumprings? September 12, 2012 Reply Beadaholique The jump rings are 4mm 21 Gauge. September 17, 2012 Reply rayne colwell are you using delicas or seed beads??? October 7, 2012 Reply Beadaholique They are Miyuki Delica Seed Beads The links for the supplies and projects in this video are located in the video description underneath this video. October 8, 2012 Reply Beadaholique The strand reducer is pretty secure yes. The Wildfire thread is very strong, and it is anchored at four places. If you are concerned, simply weave back around and go through them again. February 25, 2013 Reply Beadaholique I would never recommend wearing beaded jewelry in the water or during athletic activities. By it's nature it requires a little bit more care. February 26, 2013 Reply Nadia Posada I love it!! March 29, 2013 Reply Nadia Posada How do you call that kind of ends? March 29, 2013 Reply Stephanie Hancock Just recently got my first Tila beads and decided to try this. Awesome! Thank you so much for your videos. You are a fantastic teacher. March 31, 2013 Reply Beadaholique Those are strand reducers and you can find them on our site, the links for materials are in the video description. April 2, 2013 Reply kylie livermore do u meed a beading needle?can i just use a regular sewing needle??!?!?!?!?!?! July 24, 2013 Reply Beadaholique You will want to use a beading needle. The eye is thinner to fit through the beads on multiple passes, and it will also have greater flexibility. July 24, 2013 Reply Christine O'Neal Can you use regular 11/0 seed beads instead of delicas? July 24, 2014 Reply buddy77587 I like your video. Good teacher! One thing/ As I am a novice to this art. (my medium is hair) Would you not want to reinforce the reducer attachment ? Thank you February 15, 2015 Reply Kathy Dcukowitz TulaatternsTula patterns December 10, 2015 Reply Sue Peart These are Miyuki Delicas size 11/0s NOT Miyuki 11/0 seed beads!! Please when teaching, make sure you describe the right beads, it can be very confusing to new beaders especially when they end up with the wrong beads and the design looks different too March 9, 2016 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.