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Bead Weaving Basics
Brick Stitch
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1. Ladder Stitch
• Foundation row for brick stitch beading
Start
Circular Stitch
YouTube Video Animation: https://youtu.be...
2. Decreasing Brick Stitch
• Decreasing number of beads on new row.
Start
Note: I rotate my beadwork to stitch in the same...
3. Increasing Brick Stitch
• Increasing number of beads on new row.
Start
Note: I rotate my beadwork to stitch in the same...
Tip 1: There are various ways to a secure bead that extends
past the row below. Here are 2 options:
• Option 1: As seen on...
Tip 2: If there are large gaps between the beads, you can align the
beads by making a circular stitch.
Circular Stitch
(c)...
Tip 3: Stitch multiple bead increases with a circular ladder stitch.
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Bead Weaving Basics - Brick Stitch

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Brick stitch basic stitches including ladder stitch & increasing/decreasing stitches. Also shows you how to increase your row when you have a multiple bead extension.

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Bead Weaving Basics - Brick Stitch

  1. 1. Bead Weaving Basics Brick Stitch (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 1
  2. 2. 1. Ladder Stitch • Foundation row for brick stitch beading Start Circular Stitch YouTube Video Animation: https://youtu.be/tj0UqZTkxYU (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 2
  3. 3. 2. Decreasing Brick Stitch • Decreasing number of beads on new row. Start Note: I rotate my beadwork to stitch in the same direction . Thread Bridge: Stitch that connects the beads together & helps secure beads on the new row. YouTube Video:YouTube Video Animation: https://youtu.be/84VM9d4kqlw (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 3
  4. 4. 3. Increasing Brick Stitch • Increasing number of beads on new row. Start Note: I rotate my beadwork to stitch in the same direction . Thread Bridge YouTube Video Animation: https://youtu.be/VxOAYFn6zvw (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 4
  5. 5. Tip 1: There are various ways to a secure bead that extends past the row below. Here are 2 options: • Option 1: As seen on page 4, Increasing Brick Stitch • Option 2: Shown below if you have completed multiple rows. (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 5
  6. 6. Tip 2: If there are large gaps between the beads, you can align the beads by making a circular stitch. Circular Stitch (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 6
  7. 7. Tip 3: Stitch multiple bead increases with a circular ladder stitch. (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 7
  8. 8. Thank you for following my Bead Crumbs! Shop: www.BeadCrumbs.etsy.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/BeadCrumbs (c) copyright Bead Crumbs 2016. All rights reserved. 8

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