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Beadwork

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Beadwork

  1. 1. BEADWORK DARYL NIKO L. CEMPRON Dept. of H.E.Ed and Family Life College of Home Economics Central Mindanao University
  2. 2. Beadwork - the art or craft of attaching beads to one another or to cloth, usually by the use of a needle and thread or soft, flexible wire.
  3. 3. Beadwork’s History: An Overview
  4. 4. Lorenzo Lotto’s - “Venus & Cupid” 13th Century Reliquary Box – German Mid 1520’s (Venetian)
  5. 5. 13th Century Reliquary Box – German Glass seed beads, bezants, Halberstadt, Germany
  6. 6. 1220, Shoes of the Holy Roman Emperor Calf with red silk and gold edging, precious stones and pearls. Emperor Friedrich II.
  7. 7. 1220, Gloves of the Holy Roman Emperor Red silk, embroidered in gold; with rubies, sapphires, pearls; enameled gold.
  8. 8. COMMON TOOLS
  9. 9. Round Nose Pliers Round nose pliers are used for bending wire and making loops.
  10. 10. Chain or Flat Nose Pliers They are used for almost everything else, from holding your pieces to opening and closing chain links and jump rings.
  11. 11. Wire or Side Cutters They are used to cut stringing material and light gauge wire.
  12. 12. Crimping Pliers Crimping pliers are specially designed for crimping beads. This comes in handy when you want to make sure your beads are securely in place.
  13. 13. Awl An awl is a beading tool used for knotting. The awl makes it easier for you to make consistent and tight knots.
  14. 14. Bead Boards Bead boards have a curved groove with a measuring scale alongside with compartments in which the beads can be held while you work. This will end your frustration of all the beads ending up on the floor
  15. 15. Adhesives Adhesives are useful for sticking non-metal items such as wooden beads
  16. 16. Hammer A hammer can be used to flatten wire which will harden the wire and will therefore keep its form better
  17. 17. What are the other tools then?
  18. 18. TYPES OF BEADS
  19. 19. Sliding Diamond
  20. 20. Bicone Beads
  21. 21. Flat Oval Beads
  22. 22. Oval Opaque Plastic Beads
  23. 23. Glass Beads
  24. 24. Hex Beads
  25. 25. Square Seed Beads
  26. 26. Pony Beads
  27. 27. Pearl Beads
  28. 28. Liquid Beads

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