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BEAD PACK ONLY with Beads & fabric.

Beaded Red Rose: Couture Hand Bead Embroidery





Colour: Red

Size: 18cm X 18cm (7” x 7”)

Skill Level: Beginners & Enthusiasts.

This is a hand bead embroidery project. (Using a needle)


Explore mixed media art embroidery with this rich red beaded rose project piece. If you want to create sparkling beaded pieces to add to clothing or frame as artwork this is the class for you.

Hand Bead embroidery & thread embroidery techniques with a needle are used to stitch beads to plain fabric in a design.



•               Materials: all beads needed to complete this kit

•               Needles: Beading Needles size 10

•               Fabric: 1 piece of de-lustered satin fabric

•               Dress makers carbon: for pattern transfer onto fabric


You will need to supply:

•               1 x 18” x 16” min roller bar / slate frame

•               2 x meters x 3cm cotton webbing for side lacings

•               2 x quick grip clamp 15” Irwin brand



•               How to put fabric on a roller bar or slate frame for embroidery,

•               Transferring pattern to fabric.

•               Bead embroidery on flat fabric (like working on a partially finished dress).

•               Starting and finishing techniques

•               Using a needle, create embroidered leaves with thread create the rose in sequins and beads

•               Couture hand bead embroidery techniques: running stitch, stem stitch, single seed bead anchor, loop stitch, single bead stitch, satin stitch, fishbone stitch.

•               Finally convert your finished bead embroidered piece into a bag, cuffs for a garment or frame as an artwork.

Beaded Red Rose: BEAD PACK ONLY Red & green Beads; satin fabric

Color: red
  • We supply the highest quality of beads and materials in our kits.These Beading Instruction Kits & Bead Packs have been exclusively designed by Karen Torrisi. Designs, photos & instructions are the intellectual property of Karen Torrisi and are not to be reproduced or used as teaching material without prior permission of Karen Torrisi.

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