with Carol Cypher
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African Helix Stitch 101

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Overview

International beading expert Carol Cypher is here to show you the basics of African helix stitch. Carol will teach you from start to finish how to master this unique beading technique. You'll learn about the origins of African helix stitch, the structure and anatomy of the stitch, how to dress and work with an armature and how to develop your own unique designs. Along the way, you'll complete three stunning projects as you bead with Carol's guidance.

Details

  • intermediate
  • 11 episodes
  • 1h25m

Included in this Class

1. Welcome
1m

1. Welcome

Carol welcomes you to this workshop on African helix stitch, from the basics to mastery!

2. Meet Carol Cypher
3m

2. Meet Carol Cypher

Fiber artist Carol Cypher teaches workshops in beadwork and feltmaking, and the provocative pairing of the two, in the United States, Japan, Australia and Europe.

3. Carol's Favorite Materials
6m

3. Carol's Favorite Materials

Here's a list of Carol's favorite materials, tools and supplies. It's important for you to experiment to find what works best for you.

1. Welcome
1m

1. Welcome

2. Meet Carol Cypher
3m

2. Meet Carol Cypher

3. Carol's Favorite Materials
6m

3. Carol's Favorite Materials

4. Carol's Top 5 Tips
4m

4. Carol's Top 5 Tips

5. Fundamentals of African Helix Stitch
5m

5. Fundamentals of African Helix Stitch

6. Basic Stitch: Silver & Ceylon Bracelet
25m

6. Basic Stitch: Silver & Ceylon Bracelet

7. Textural Complexity Introduction
2m

7. Textural Complexity Introduction

8. Textural Complexity: Red Velvet Rope
17m

8. Textural Complexity: Red Velvet Rope

9. Enhancing the Swirl Introduction
1m

9. Enhancing the Swirl Introduction

10. Enhancing the Swirl: Kalahari Oasis Lariat
20m

10. Enhancing the Swirl: Kalahari Oasis Lariat

11. Conclusion
0m

11. Conclusion

Recommended with this class

  • Various sizes of seed beads, 15 to 6
  • Beading needles
  • Beading thread
  • Crimping tool
  • Jewelry findings