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Tip shows how to make beaded earring lengths match perfectly.
BEAD & BUTTON #1 Feb 1994 pg. 4

Pendant hoop and teardrop earrings made using tigertail technique.
BEAD & BUTTON #1 Feb 1994 pg. 19

Beyond fashion. Cabochons in bead jewelry. Includes instructions for making earrings from cabochons with attached dangles of beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #2 Apr 1994 pg. 6

Blackfeet needlewoven earrings are worked in the brick or Comanche stitch.
BEAD & BUTTON #2 Apr 1994 pg. 26

Pendant style beaded earrings are made using coils instead of plain head pins or eye pins.
BEAD & BUTTON #3 Jun 1994 pg. 21

Tip describes how to use "Quilter's Quarter" rod to make earrings with uniform loops.
BEAD & BUTTON #4 Aug 1994 pg. 4

Hanging furnace glass beads. Uses the tigertail technique to make earrings that combine furnace glass beads and seed beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #4 Aug 1994 pg. 11

Comanche stitch "heron" pattern earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #4 Aug 1994 pg. 14

Seed bead chains. Part 2. Spiral tube chain made with bugle and seed beads. Includes instructions for making a bracelet and earrings in two styles.
BEAD & BUTTON #5 Oct 1994 pg. 6

Same beads, different styles. Two styles of earrings, loop and dangle, are made from small furnace blown glass cylinders.
BEAD & BUTTON #7 Feb 1995 pg. 7

Bead tips, a special jewelry finding, are used when making earrings from beads with holes too small to fit on even the thinnest head pins. Includes instructions for making two styles of looped earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #8 Apr 1995 pg. 13

A quick, easy, and improved brick stitch for beading with Japanese cylinder beads. Includes instructions for making heart-shaped pin or earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #9 Jun 1995 pg. 7

Seven Stars and a Moon earrings with multiple dangles.
BEAD & BUTTON #9 Jun 1995 pg. 30

Pearl cluster necklace features big beads woven from small pearls intersperced with faux jade and gold beads. Includes instructions for matching earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #10 Aug 1995 pg. 5

Snake trail earrings based on a Lesotho (Africa) design. Free-standing diamond shape of beads on wire dangles hang from bent wire "snake trail".
BEAD & BUTTON #10 Aug 1995 pg. 7

Convertible jewelry. Many looks from a few pieces. Instructions for making a turquois and silver necklace, necklace extender, bracelet and earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #11 Oct 1995 pg. 5

Medley earrings feature buttons with bead dangles.
BEAD & BUTTON #11 Oct 1995 pg. 9

Coils and circles necklace and earrings. Pine needle basketry techniques are used to make a "cabochon" of wrapped pine needles edged with beading. This serves as a pendant for a necklace, with smaller versions used for earrings. Beaded fringe accents the pendant and earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #11 Oct 1995 pg. 24

President's Lady, an elegant, three-strand faux pearl necklace with pearl teardrops. Includes instructions for matching pearl teardrop earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #12 Dec 1995 pg. 12

Caged beads. Wire-wrapped bead earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #12 Dec 1995 pg. 14

Mingei lantern earrings. Earrings feature beaded diamonds joined to resemble a Japanese paper lantern. Beads, crystals and small charms are used for corner fringe loops and center bottom dangles.
BEAD & BUTTON #12 Dec 1995 pg. 25

A passion for pearls. Earrings and necklace are made from faux pearl beads and teardrop glass beads that look like amethyst.
BEAD & BUTTON #12 Dec 1995 pg. 28

Pearl and amber rope necklace and matching dangle earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #12 Dec 1995 pg. 28

Pearl and crystal hoop earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #12 Dec 1995 pg. 28

Compact discs. Designing with rondelles. Instructions furnished for five different styles of earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #13 Feb 1996 pg. 6

Eye contact. Linking beads with eye pins. Includes instructions for making a necklace that is a chain of beads linked together with wire loops, matching dangle earrings and a garnet bracelet.
BEAD & BUTTON #13 Feb 1996 pg. 12

Loops ahoy. Mini-bead dangle earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #13 Feb 1996 pg. 20

Daisy flower dangle earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #14 Jun 1996 pg. 22

Chain reaction. Three styles of earrings designed for motion. (1) Czech glass drop bead is surrounded by silver chains that dangle from silver coils strung with seed beads. (2) Gold-plated toris has dangles of chain with seed beads on the bottom. (3) Bone donut is wrapped with flat cable chain trimmed with small trade beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #15 Oct 1996 pg. 4

Easy wire bending. Earring design from scratch. Four-bead cross with a seed bead loop beneath.
BEAD & BUTTON #16 Dec 1996 pg. 8

Elegant earrings. (1) Icicle earrings made from silver beads and cones and glass rondelles. (2) Jewel earrings have lengths of silver chain that support faceted glass beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #17 Feb 1997 pg. 14

Flex-wire drop earrings to complement the Czech Delight necklace.
BEAD & BUTTON #18 Apr 1997 pg. 13

Bird's-nest earrings have intertwining loops of seed beeds and dangle accents.
BEAD & BUTTON #18 Apr 1997 pg. 18

Mandala earrings worked in Huichol seed bead netting.
BEAD & BUTTON #18 Apr 1997 pg. 20
Added Info BEAD & BUTTON #20 Aug 1997 pg. 8

Delicate pearl earrings feature wrapped loops that add both security and elegance.
BEAD & BUTTON #19 Jun 1997 pg. 14

Cross-needle weaving, a simple bead-stringing technique with two needles. Includes instructions for a short (16"-18") necklace, bracelet and earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #20 Aug 1997 pg. 19

How to create complementary, asymmetrical earring pairs. Includes instructions for head-pin earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #20 Aug 1997 pg. 22

Bead-woven Egyptian earrings are worked primarily in brick stitch with a narrow band of peyote stitch.
BEAD & BUTTON #20 Aug 1997 pg. 27

Quick, stylish cone earrings. Sterling silver cones top a round glass bead that fits the cone opening. Earrings end with small dangle beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #21 Oct 1997 pg. 17

Floating beads. Technique for knotting the cord precisely before and after each bead to space them evenly. Necklace and matching earrings are made from mother-of-pearl beads strung on silk cord.
BEAD & BUTTON #21 Oct 1997 pg. 20

Charmed hoops, earrings that are fast and fun. Large separating hoops are strung with seed beads. An accent bead is hung either from the bottom or attached at the top to hang inside the hoop.
BEAD & BUTTON #21 Oct 1997 pg. 44

Multi-strand pearl choker has a front clasp with a cabochon surrounded by crystal and gold seed beads. Earrings match the necklace clasp. Technique of pearl knotting explained.
BEAD & BUTTON #22 Dec 1997 pg. 28

Winter solstice dangle earrings combine pearls and faceted crystal beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #22 Dec 1997 pg. 43

Dangles galore. Two styles of hoop earrings with multiple, interchangeable dangles. (1) Ethnic earrings with silver hoops and Bali beads. (2) Gold hoops with pearls.
BEAD & BUTTON #23 Feb 1998 pg. 27

A rainforest of frogs. Brick stitch is used to make tiny frogs for earrings, as necklace charms or as the head of a stick pin.
BEAD & BUTTON #24 Apr 1998 pg. 34

Two styles of beaded hoop earrings. (1) Jack Frost fringe earrings with a central dangle of crystal beads surrounded by a loop of white seed beads. (2) Sunburst fringe earrings with amber crystal beads for a central dangle and a fringe of seed-bead loops.
BEAD & BUTTON #25 Jun 1998 pg. 30

French beaded wire petals. Instructions for making leaf or petal shapes and for using them for earrings, button covers, a candlestick garland and lampshade ornamentation.
BEAD & BUTTON #27 Oct 1998 pg. 32

From quilts to earrings. Tiny Sun Bonnet girl and boy worked in brick stitch to use as earring dangles.
BEAD & BUTTON #27 Oct 1998 pg. 40

Lacy button earrings. Half-dome buttons are covered with a right-angle weave of seed beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #27 Oct 1998 pg. 58

Russian bead work. Necklace and matching earrings combine familiar stitches in unfamiliar ways. Neckband of white and silver-lined seed beads is woven in a diamond stitch. Three large and two small leaf shapes with veins are joined to the front. Two large leaves are used for earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #27 Oct 1998 pg. 62

Cleopatra's collar. Colorful, broad-collar necklace and matching earrings are created from an assortment of gold and glass beads, and eyepins. Earrings have three glass-bead dangles.
BEAD & BUTTON #28 Dec 1998 pg. 50

Lace Christmas tree earrings woven from seed beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #28 Dec 1998 pg. 70

Trapeze earrings with six loops are fashioned from furnace glass.
BEAD & BUTTON #29 Feb 1999 pg. 64

Signs of spring earrings. Beaded loops have a trio of dangles of wire with a few seed bead as accents.
BEAD & BUTTON #30 Apr 1999 pg. 35

Mother-of-pearl earrings made from assorted sizes and styles of buttons interspersed with a few beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #31 Jun 1999 pg. 60

Petal earrings. Czech glass dagger beads and matching flat hexagonal beads are combined on flexible wire to make dangle earrings.
BEAD & BUTTON #32 Aug 1999 pg. 44

Half-round earrings have four triangle shapes made from seed beads, and include crystal drops and accent beads.
BEAD & BUTTON #33 Oct 1999 pg. 36

Dangling earrings have half-ball red glass shank buttons at the bottom of the chain dangle. Glass leaves and seed beads serve as accents.
BEAD & BUTTON #34 Dec 1999 pg. 45

Three-piece set of jewelry (necklace, bracelet and drop earrings) made from brass and gold rings and two sizes of pony beads.
CRAFTS Jan 1992 (v.15#1) pg. 32

Hearts and flower earrings to quick-stitch with glass beads on perforated paper.
CRAFTS Feb 1992 (v.15#2) pg. 114, 55

Fashion a necklace and matching earrings from ebony beads and silver beads.
CRAFTS Jul 1994 (v.17#7) pg. 52

"Stained glass" jewelry. Brilliant colored glass beads turn covered buttons into a circular necklace pendant and circular earrings with the look of stained glass.
CRAFTS Dec 1994 (v.17#12) pg. 30, 45

Elegant beaded jewelry (necklace, braclet and earrings) are made from crystal, emerald, sapphire and gold beads.
CRAFTS Dec 1994 (v.17#12) pg. 56

Bracelet and matching earrings, made by weaving seed beads, feature fall leaf motif in shades of orange, red, yellow and brown.
CRAFTS Sep 1995 (v.18#9) pg. 42

Jewel angel earrings. Body and wings are made from heart-shaped beads. A round acrylic bead is used for the head.
CRAFTS Aug 1997 (v.20#8) pg. 46

Sun pendant necklace and earrings. Gold and jade beads and sun pendant beads are strung on metallic gold braid for the necklace. Beads and a pendant are fastened to an ear wire.
CRAFTS Dec 1997 (v.20#12) pg. 34

Tip on making earrings to match bead necklaces.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jul 1990 (v.44#4) pg. 88

Simple earrings made from ear wires, earring pins, and beads of your choice.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Apr 1994 (v.48#1) pg. 135

Peyote earrings. The first in a series of progressive bead weaving projects for beginners.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jun 1994 (v.48#3) pg. 83

Wire and bead earrings. A wire-wrapping technique for beginners.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Aug 1994 (v.48#5) pg. 88

Earring variations. Beginner-level project describing earrings made with French hooks, beads, eye pins, and head pins.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL May 1995 (v.49#2) pg. 88

Spiral earrings combine copper wire and beads. An intermediate-level project.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jul 1995 (v.49#4) pg. 70

Japanese crane earrings. An intermediate-to-advanced seed bead project.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jul 1995 (v.49#4) pg. 82

Huichol earrings. A beginner-to-intermediate beading project is an adaptation of lacy designs from the Huichol Indians of Mexico.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Aug 1995 (v.49#5) pg. 85

Techniques for beaded earrings. Part 1. Work surfaces, bead and thread selection, knotting, finishing techniques and making straight and looped fringe. Beginner level.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jan 1996 (v.49#10) pg. 92

Beaded disc earrings feature a wheel-with-spokes motif and six rows of beaded fringe. Beginner to intermediate level.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jan 1996 (v.49#10) pg. 107

Techniques for beaded earrings. Part 2. Fringe designs and drop earrings.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Feb 1996 (v.49#11) pg. 108

Christmas tree earrings are formed from clusters of beaded dangles. An intermediate beading project.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Dec 1996 (v.50#9) pg. 86

Seed bead necklace and earrings. Six strings of seed beeds with larger glass beads as accents form the necklace. The earrings have loops of seed beads suspended from silver cones. A project for beginners.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Mar 1997 (v.50#12) pg. 84

Turquoise Pi dangle earrings. A beginner wire and bead project combines a Chinese coin with metal and trade beads.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jun 1997 (v.51#3) pg. 86

Macrame beaded earrings. A project for beginners.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jul 1998 (v.52#4) pg. 102

Circle seed bead earrings. Beginner-to-intermediate project.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Feb 1999 (v.52#11) pg. 81

Iridescent beaded earrings made from silver-lined and milky-white seed beads. A beginner project.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Jun 1999 (v.53#3) pg. 76

Sterling earrings for flameworked beads. Simple metalworking techniques for glass bead artists to fabricate attractive silver earrings supporting lampworked glass beads. An intermediate project.
LAPIDARY JOURNAL Oct 1999 (v.53#7) pg. 121

Lampwork beads. Make glass beads from art glass using a propane torch. Use the beads to fashion a necklace and earrings.
POPULAR CERAMICS #541 Sep 1994 (v.45#2) pg. 34

Basic earrings to weave on a bead work loom.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #87 Summer 1991 (v.22#3) pg. 62

Techniques for knitting with silver wire to make jewelry. Includes instructions for (1) earrings from fine silver wire and beads and (2) a bracelet.
THREADS #52 Apr-May 1994 pg. 42
Added Info THREADS #53 Jun-Jul 1994 pg. 4

Beaded earrings echo the colors and patterns of the Southwest Indian tradition of beading.
WORKBASKET Jan 1990 (v.55#3) pg. 34