Beaded Alternating Feather stitch Tutorial

Beaded Alternating Feather stitch is a form of Feather stitch that is a fun decorative variety that can be adapted easily to create a variety of patterns and designs. For most beaded stitches I use a #26 tapestry needle which is fine enough to thread a bead, yet the eye is …

Beaded Alternating Up and Down Buttonhole Stitch

Beaded Alternating Up and Down Buttonhole Stitch is a variation on Up and Down Buttonhole Stitch which follows a curve well so you work in circular pattens or if worked in lines makes a great border pattern too! With this stitch the beading is done during the stitching process not added …

Beaded Oyster Stitch

Beaded Oyster Stitch As a variety of Oyster Stitch, Beaded Oyster stitch is quick and easy to work. Also, since oyster stitch is a member of the chain stitch family it is very versatile. It will follow a curve well and although it looks complex, is not difficult to work. …

Beaded Lock stitch Tutorial

Beaded Lock stitch is a  variation on double lock stitch. It is a very quick and easy to work beaded embroidery stitch, that looks good as a border or worked row upon row for a filling stitch. You need to be familiar with lock stitch to work this variety. The samples …

Interlaced Up and Down Buttonhole Stitch Tutorial

Interlaced Up and Down Buttonhole Interlaced Up and Down Buttonhole is an interesting variety of buttonhole that consists of two rows interlaced, as you work them back to back. It forms a really attractive band that is ideal to use on a border, a seam decoration on a crazy quilt …

Tutorial on how to work Beaded Herringbone Stitch

Beaded herringbone is a variety of Herringbone stitch which makes a very attractive border stitch and is an ideal to use in crazy quilting to decorate a seam. With this stitch the beading is done during the stitching process not added afterward. The trick is use a size 26 tapestry needle. …