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Creating bead embroidery motifs from beadweaving stitches

My brand new e-book is ready to go!!  I am so excited about it, I could scream!  But since you can't hear me, I'll just write about it instead :-)
Bored By Back Stitch

Would you like to learn to use beadweaving stitches to spice up your bead embroidery designs?  Bored By Back Stitch will teach you how to create twelve different bead embroidery motifs, using nine different beadweaving stitches.  Learn how beadweaving stitches can be morphed into beautiful bead embroidered motifs, created to surround and enhance your cabochons or accent beads.

The specific motifs you will learn in Bored By Back Stitch are designs that use embroidered forms of basic peyote, Cellini spiral peyote, brick, Russian spiral, herringbone, chevron chain, right angle weave, square, African helix, and double or single St Petersburg chain.  In addition, there are step-by-step instructions for three projects to help you use your motifs, one of which is shown above.

 Bored By Back Stitch is available now, 127 pages, $3.00 US

Copyright 2013 Cyndi Lavin. All rights reserved. Not to be reprinted, resold, or redistributed for profit. May be printed out for personal use or distributed electronically provided that entire file, including this notice, remains intact.

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Robbie said…
Just purchased, Cyndi!! Now to read tonight while watching Tigers play baseball!! I have two other projects to finish up then perhaps play with some of your latest techniques!! thanks again!
Cyndi L said…
Robbie, you are so sweet! I hope you enjoy the baseball game, and get those other projects done pronto ;-)
I've been away from beading and I think this will really get my juices flowing again. I'm off to order now. I know it will be good. I have two of your previous books and they are great! I think I mentioned to you before that you are the reason I bought my first SEED bead!!
Cyndi L said…
Carol, I am willing to take full responsibility for your seed bead can just blame it all on me if it helps ;-) Thanks for your message; I look forward to seeing your new work!
Anonymous said…
Please put this on Amazon for the Kindle.