How to Do Circular Brick Stitch Bead Weaving September 8, 2019 Related posts: How to Tie Off and Add New Thread in Bead Weaving How to Do Square Stitch Bead Weaving How to Wire Wrap Beads onto a Form How to Make a Knotted Waxed Linen Wrap Bracelet (Beads on the Inside) Tags:arts, ASMR, Bead Weaving, beadaholique, beaded circles, beading, beads, brick stitch, circular brick stitch, craft, crafts, cute, design, diy, Do It Yourself (Hobby), Earring, educational, fashion, free, hand made, handcrafted, handmade, help, helpful, Hobby (Website Category), home made, how to, How to bead, howto, instructions, jewelry, jewelry making, learn, learn to bead, learn to bead weave, make, making, necklace, retail, Shopping, stitch, store, style, tips, toho, tutorial, video, weave Related Posts Rod Stewart & Santana Live In Concert Remastered MashUp : GFriend – School Trilogy : Glass Bead/Me Gustas Tu/Rough KIDS REACT TO ADELE (HELLO, ROLLING IN THE DEEP) About The Author Brennon Stark 44 Comments Beadaholique @gladys1620 You will end a circular brick stitch the same way you end any other bead weaving project – yes, essentially tying a knot, working your end into your bead work, tying another knot, working the thread back in, etc. We have a video titled "How to Tie Off and Add New Thread in Bead Weaving" that you can check out and use as a reference. November 22, 2011 Reply Nylyn Ur video was very clear but I would like to know how to attach a clasp or earring wire… January 28, 2012 Reply Beadaholique @MyH2oh When you have finished the woven piece, tie off and weave in your threads, which you can see how to do in this video: How to Tie Off and Add New Thread in Bead Weaving. Then thread your beading needle with a new length of fireline. Go through a few beads near the top of your piece, coming out at the center of the top edge, and leave a tail at the end of your thread. February 2, 2012 Reply Beadaholique @Beadaholique Bring your needle through the loop of the clasp or earring wire and then back through the next few beads along the top of your woven piece. Weaving your thread through the beads, bring it back around through the clasp again to reinforce it. Then tie off and weave in your thread, and the thread tail you began with. February 2, 2012 Reply Beading4perfectionis it's a geat stitch, but it's so much easier to start with a round bead in the middle lol March 5, 2012 Reply Kristin Spradling Very cool! March 20, 2012 Reply ScreeminMeeme Thank you so much for your tutorials…they are super. Very very informative and done with clarity so that anyone can easily follow and learn the technique. I look forward to any new videos you make. Thanks again. 🙂 April 22, 2012 Reply BEATRIZ GALVZ hola me gustaria q nos enseñes hacer el anillo gracias muy lindo los trabajos August 17, 2012 Reply Krystyna Walosik To jest śliczne September 15, 2012 Reply Top2tow Great tutorial. Many thanks! September 20, 2012 Reply Beadaholique There is not blue fireline. I would suggest the smoke color if you want a nice darker color. September 24, 2012 Reply kitti0702 The crystal/white Fireline can be colored with markers or with Rit dye. September 25, 2012 Reply Beadaholique There was an error in the video. We actually used Wildfire Thermal Bonded Beading Thread .008 Inch and it's .20mm. September 28, 2012 Reply rwd227 I must be really dumb because I am not following how to do this…..I have never beaded before but I am just not getting how to do the ladder part at the beginning…..help…. October 2, 2012 Reply Beadaholique The beginning is actually the trickiest part. It might help if you watch our video on how to do the ladder stitch: "How to Do Ladder Stitch Bead Weaving". Then once you have 3 beads ladder stitched together, you are going to create an arch with your thread by going from the first bead and passing through the last bead in your row of 3. October 2, 2012 Reply Beadaholique Now is where most people have trouble, you are going to use your fingers to manipulate the beads so that the first and last bead get pulled together to create a circle and make sure to keep their threads on the outside. It might take you doing this step 5 or 6 times until you get it, I know I had trouble with this first part too in the beginning. October 2, 2012 Reply IAMGiftbearer I used to do this but forgot over the years. I can't seem to keep all three beads with holes facing out like yours. Going through them pulls them around. November 8, 2012 Reply IAMGiftbearer I'm not clear which way to go into the beads. I think that's the problem. November 8, 2012 Reply Beadaholique Without seeing what you are doing, I can't tell for certain what is happening but my guess is that you are somehow looping your thread around and that is what is causing them to turn on their side. You go into the beads from the top down, loop under your thread bridge, and then go from the bottom up back through the bead. It could also be that your initial row is not straight and that is causing a snowball effect. November 8, 2012 Reply Beadaholique For the first couple beads, you really need to coax them in place with your fingers, they will want to move around. November 8, 2012 Reply IAMGiftbearer I couldn't see what you were doing in parts because the camera was showing your hand but not the work behind it. One of the confusing things about starting the second row is also that putting two beads on and going through the one furthest from me left the one behind it sort of dangling and I wasn't sure how or where to secure it. If I could see if done from above I would see exactly where to put everything. Can do it around a focal fine but starting with the 3 beads really throws me off. November 9, 2012 Reply IAMGiftbearer I might try this again with delicas and see if that works since they don't roll around as much as the Czech ones do. November 9, 2012 Reply prayerwarrior1995 awesome and beautiful but too advanced for me I am a beginner. November 9, 2012 Reply TheDspatterson4 Awesome to show very clear but didn't show how it ends like to knot the thread. Wonderful to have captions here. I will let you know after I try this December 23, 2012 Reply TheDspatterson4 I finally got the right project after 3rd attempt on first row. I use different beads to experiment first before buy right size of beads. Not bad for first time. I need to practice some more with right size of beads. Thank you. December 24, 2012 Reply Aishina Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing your knowledge 😀 December 24, 2012 Reply Beadaholique Check out our video "How to Tie Off and Add New Thread in Bead Weaving" to learn how to end your bead weaving projects. December 27, 2012 Reply May Green Beautiful, i am just upload my first VDO of my creation you can find me by typing GipsyGreen 2013 Have a wonderful day March 11, 2013 Reply FoxFind Can sewing thread be used with the same effect? I can't find the bonded beading thread in my area. Also, could you please show how to plan and create a design using the brick stitch if you don't have one already? Also, thank you for your wonderful tutorials! PS. What size beads are you using and are they the glass beads? I bought some VERY tiny ones because I'm making intricate designs, but I'm unsure about their size. Thanks again! August 11, 2013 Reply FoxFind About the beads, my question is in mm. I don't know a lot about beads. Sorry about that :p August 11, 2013 Reply Beadaholique The beads used in this video are size 11/0 Czech beads which are approximately 2mm. I hope this information helps 🙂 August 12, 2013 Reply Beadaholique Sewing thread can be used, it just is not going to be as strong and it might stretch a bit. I would experiment with it first before doing your entire project, just to make sure it holds its shape and can stand the wear. Thank you for the suggestion on planning out a pattern/design, I can add it to our requests list. We get quite a few requests and try to get to as many as possible, but we can not promise. August 12, 2013 Reply Joanna Gonzalez Juliana Lov Que hilo usas?? September 10, 2013 Reply Beadaholique The thread is Wildfire Thermal Bonded Beading Thread .008 Inch – Black. You can get the supplies featured in our videos on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video. September 10, 2013 Reply unome well I noticed how nice and stiff your thread was. Exactly what type of fire line did you use. October 13, 2013 Reply Beadaholique It's Wildfire Thermal Bonded Beading Thread .008 Inch. You can get it on Beadaholique . com's website. The links for the supplies in this video are located in the video description underneath this video. October 14, 2013 Reply Branka Vidic thank you for this video tutorial – it is very simle. I am beginner in beading work. <3 March 22, 2014 Reply Nikki Montague took me 2 hrs because of stopping and going back to see exactly where you are placing your needle , myb beads have turned around several times ughhhhh!!! April 3, 2014 Reply The Corner of Craft Brick stitch is definitely my favourite! I have some tutorials for some cute brick stitch charms on my channel 🙂 February 14, 2015 Reply June Burt Is it possible to make a rosette using this stitch with a design in the centre similar to what the native american's do ? September 5, 2016 Reply Beads & Basics Very helpfull video! Have to practice a bit more but the first try didn't look bad 😉 Thanks for sharing! September 29, 2016 Reply Mary A Werner I've spent 2 days searching the web for circular brick stitch tutorials that do NOT have a center bead or a ring in them somewhere. Your's is the only one I've found. Thanks so much! May 1, 2017 Reply Emine Ikponmwen Thanks a lot! August 23, 2018 Reply ZULEMA CELIA capponi cruz Me gustaria poder escucharlo traducido al español. o los subtitulos esten español.-ATTE.-ZCC June 2, 2019 Reply Laura Maturana Fuentes Te encontré, muchas gracias, me has ayudado mucho. Abrazo desde Chile 🇨🇱 August 25, 2019 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.