you need
  • Beads, beading needle, thread, fishing line, scissors, books on beading.
Guide
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Where to start learning beading?It is best to start with the basics.And here there are two ways: in series to learn different techniques of beading ("Ndebele", "brick", "parallel weaving" and others.), Or to choose the simplest models (toys, accessories, flowers and others.), Study them to spin and thenmove to more complex.The first method is more academic training, suited to fans of a thorough approach to business.The second method is good because once you can get tangible results:
a souvenir or accessory.The best incentive for progress in learning usually becomes a desire to make their own beaded what seems elusive student, but an inspiring and attractive beauty.This goal makes first overcome the difficulties associated with lack of skills beading, and plans to bring to the end.
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most effective way to learn how to weave beads - enroll beading, where the teacher wishing to clearly show all the nuances of this type of craft, "put his hand" to notice the error and will correct them.Many newcomers point out that only a method of transmitting information to help them learn new kinds of needlework, while reading circuits from a computer screen is not available for understanding.You can find courses for adults beading in most major cities, mugs for children's creativity houses and schools, and you can select individual training at home with the master, professional braiding beads.For all those who have no opportunity to learn from the offline courses, there are specialized free and paid online courses Beadwork: as online webinars, mail and skype consultations.You can find them in a search engine or large portals dedicated to this type of needlework.
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For lovers of independent learning there is a huge selection of books, magazines and websites with master classes and diagrams.If this information is not enough, and there are questions, you can at any time refer to the forums lovers of beadwork, where beginners can deal with emerging challenges.