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Download Little Bead Boxes: 12 Miniature Containers Built with Beads eBook
ISBN:
1589232917
Author:
Julia Pretl
Category:
Crafts & Hobbies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Quarry Books; 9.1.2006 edition (October 1, 2006)
Pages:
112 pages
EPUB book:
1965 kb
FB2 book:
1475 kb
DJVU:
1400 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
769


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Download Little Bead Boxes: 12 Miniature Containers Built with Beads. A charming assortment of one-of-a-kind miniature boxes in a variety of shapes for all skill levels. With step-by-step illustrations and easy-to-follow word graphs and patterns, Pretl leads the reader through the techniques for creating three-sided, five-sided, and six-sided rectangular, square, and stacked boxes. Four-color photographs of each of the 12 designs introduce each set of instructions.

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A charming assortment of one-of-a-kind miniature boxes in a variety of shapes for all skill levels. Pretl offers crafters her original method for creating decorative beaded boxes and lids in a wide range of surface designs and shapes

A charming assortment of one-of-a-kind miniature boxes in a variety of shapes for all skill levels.

Artist Julia S. Pretl reveals her original method for creating decorative beaded boxes and lids in a wide range of surface designs and shapes. Detailed drawings illustrate the beading techniques. 132 photos & illustrations.

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A charming assortment of one-of-a-kind miniature boxes in a variety of shapes for all skill levels.

Julia S. Pretl offers crafters her original method for creating decorative beaded boxes and lids in a wide range of surface designs and shapes. Working only with cylinder and seed beads, needle and thread, crafters can create an impressive array of clever and colorful miniature containers. With step-by-step illustrations and easy-to-follow word graphs and patterns, Pretl leads the reader through the techniques for creating three-sided, five-sided, and six-sided rectangular, square, and stacked boxes. Four-color photographs of each of the 12 designs introduce each set of instructions. Detailed drawings illustrate the beading techniques.

  • Kirinaya
pages were upside down and not centered . bottom of all pages were cut off so unable to follow directions ll the way through. Extremely disappointing. Front and back covers were upside down from book. Took pictures of it. NOT HAPPY.
  • Jazu
I liked the content, but bought it on my Kindle. For me, it is NOT a book to have on an e-reader. You have to be able to flip from one section to another frequently. I tried to print it, but you can't. I am a visual learner, but can also follow a word pattern pretty well. I have made many 3D stand alone projects, but she skips back and forth through the different types of boxes. Somewhat confusing. The important, less common techniques are not illustrated well. I've only made one so far- the triangle in a very small size for my 'practice piece'. I'm glad I did that because it gives me an idea of how big I need to make the next one. I haven't tried any of her patterns yet-just did a single color...we'll see how that goes..
  • Ceck
Please understand that my poor rating/review is for the KINDLE version, not the actual book, content, or author. I learned the hard way to NEVER purchase a Kindle version of a pattern book---you cannot print off pages to mark on or take notes on, etc., and you cannot return the product if you are dissatisfied. The continuity---page to page navigation---is extremely difficult to manage, with lots of dead space, blank pages etc. I think I almost spent more time jumping back and forth in my Kindle reader---from Table of Contents---to Index---and back again many times---to figure out difficult parts of the pattern than I actually did stitching one of the boxes! I'm not sure if the organizational difficulty is an anomaly of the Kindle version or if this is truly a problem with the actual book. I just ordered the paper version of the book because I really want to do more of these little boxes---they are so cute!---so I'll find out about the organization issues and will post a review soon.
  • Oreavi
I'm not sure this book is good for beginners. I'm excited to learn how to build these boxes, but the instructions are a little confusing. I've seen other books where the word maps and design diagrams are side by side, listed row by row, and I think that would be helpful here too. It's also confusing to understand where and in what direction to weave the thread (which beads) for a beginner. The arrows are a little ambiguous to the beginner. I know there's only so much that can be done on the pages of a book, so I may look for some YouTube videos to supplement my beading education basics and then come back to this project book.
  • Cells
I am still working on my first project out of this book after several weeks of working and ripping it, which I chalk up to the learning curve. I love the book and the ideas of what you can do. I am a low intermediate beader in peyote stitch and have had some difficulty figuring things out. I think there could have been more thorough explanation and more illustrations of what you are trying to achieve. I have gotten help several times and know that I will eventually master the technique and plan to make all of the 12 different box variations in the book. One person who was helping me gave me a couple of PDF's that she got off the web where the author had modified a couple of the ways to do some of the important parts of making the box. I just wish there was more help available on line since it's not in the book. But with that said, I am totally inspired by the book and can't wait to keep working.
  • krot
The pictures are good, and inspiring, which might be the best part of this book. The instructions are horrible. They go back and forth around the book, at times leaving you to fend for yourself. I can follow beading instructions from every other book/magazine/YouTube I've ever seen - but not this book. I don't know if it was the author or the editor, but it leaves a lot to be desired.
  • Bralore
Really like the book, however, my one complaint is arrangement. The instructions for constructing each style of box are separate from the patterns for each style box, which are in a different location from instructions for lid construction for each style of box. Overall, this arrangement probably saved a great deal of paper and other resources, so that's a good thing. I still gave it five stars because the patterns are great, and each set of directions do seem easy to understand (even though you have to go look in separate parts for them).
I like it, but it has a rather odd pattern method. I found a couple of times, the written pattern did not work with the work already done. I am an advanced beader, so I was able to adapt. It would say something like: C(3), which in some areas meant 3 beads together, and 3 beads together wouldn't fit, where it really meant: 1 bead 3 times. The boxes in the book are quite lovely.