smalito83: Thank you for posting this. I like your tips, for example how to keep the
tension and pull the thread. You speak clearly and slowly and the camera is
at a good clear angle. It would be nice to see you do this on a longer row.
Its a bit difficult for me to grasp the 323 aspect when building the rows
for a longer piece. Visually its just a bit harder to follow. But it still
a great video. I also like that you use big beads. :-)
Cindy T: I LOVE YOUR TUTORIALS. I am going to make one for my daughter. My aunt has
a pearl necklace with the similar pattern which made my her Mother who
passed away awhile ago. We tried many time to make another one but we could
not do it. If I send you a picture, would you help us? Thank you very much.
Wish you all the best in the coming New Year.
Eva Maria Keiser: Diagonal Right Angle Weave
by: Off the Beaded Path
Elsa Mai: firemountaingems . com
offthebeadedpath: You can use 6lb fire line
Estella a.c.: you're so creative, this method is much easier . Thanks Please, camera
should focus on your work
consuelo garcia: please camaraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
sdm Randle: You are so awesome, such an awesome teacher!! God bless you every second of
the day! I have this magazine, after reading it over/over/over, putting it
aside in frustration I finally got it. Thank you a thousand times for your
videos, I guess my next order will include brown pearl:-)
Kasumii84: I realy like your videos. I learn so much from them! Thank you. Btw nice
music in the background
jesskeepinon: Another great video, Kelly. Thanks
Thomas Tymstone: I really enjoyed the look of that piece. But I only had smaller beads on
hand and I wanted it to be part of a necklace. I started fine but I think I
got off track right when you said continue on as long as you want yours to
be, I kind of like how mine turned out but I will try again soon. Thank you
Kelly PS after I get this pattern down I will try and translate it into
something a bit more masculine. we'll see. Thank you - Thomas
Lauretta Campbell: LOVE this video! I have this issue of Bead & Button and I really loved the
bracelet. Now I'm confident that I'll be able to make it. As always, you're
a great teacher.
Bonnie T: Great Video - I had tried to make the bracelet when I got that issue and
had some troubles - now I am going to dig out my pearls and follow along.
offthebeadedpath: You can use a size 10 or 12
princess16698: where can i find just the basic tutorial just to do the up and down
AngelBugCreationsNJ: Great video! Up close, can really see the beading path and verbal
instructions were great! Would like to see more videos by Kelly (Off the
Beaded Path)!! Thank you Kelly.
Chimera Artz: This was awesome! I recently purchased "Teach Yourself Visually: Beadwork"
and this made it all the more clearer about RAW with a single needle. I had
been learning with 2 needles and just couldn't quite grasp doing it with
one. I get a bead haul in tomorrow (over 8 lbs!) so this will definitely be
one of my first projects. Also I picked up the July issue of Beadwork and
was wonder if you could please do a variation of "Garden Window Bracelet".
So glad I found your channel, I've learned a lot :)
Annita Perussi: muito obrigado video maravilhoso
kazeekins1: As always Kelly a wonderful tutorial... well explained .. I will look
forwards to watching again later today and making this bracelet with you .
Right angle weave is straightforwards when you know how .... :) loved the
use of the clasps with the beads through the loop . I had not seen that
before . Good to see you looking so well. Kay xx
Kim Stepp: Thanks so much!
Beautyforhire: Beautitful Miss Kelly thank you again
Beautyforhire: may I ask which B&B is this in . ty
montrealstars60: I love how you always explain every little thing, such as how to pull the
thread... So helpful for beginners. Thankkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk you so much for
your lovely tutorials
Hazel Smith: what kind of thread do you use?
Eliza George: In the video you say 164.
DigitalPommie: Thank you. I really understood.
CharityM Harrison: great project, excellent instructions... thanks Kelly
Kim Stepp: Please add the tutorial on how to make the orange beaded ring you have on!
Amina Rani Jafar: Very nice
offthebeadedpath: You will have to add more boxes in the beginning.
Mara Dias: Qual é o tipo de linha que você usa?
teccomp22: she has that at her etsy site for sale.
Sasheen Decoteau: She says in the beginning that she used 160 in the actual bracelet and 4 on
the clasp. =164
Hanh Ngoc: chau rat muon duoc la mot nha kinh doanh gioi va cung rat muon cai tui cua
ma lai ma me chau khong mua chau nhat dinh se co tien de mua no
AllieMDA: Yes but right above my message she wrote that it took her 80-100 beads,
though the video calls for circa 160. That is what I was asking about, why
AllieMDA: Why does it say 164 beads in the materials list? In the video you say about
160... I am confused. ??
Kenneth Branch jr: THINK You, you are the first person I seen Set up there needl the right way
offthebeadedpath: If i remember correctly it took me approximately 80-100 beads
VCArtisanOriginals: Wonderful tutorial! I really love how you attached the clasp. I've got to
try this! Thank you. :)
designsbyjenean: Kelly, you are a gifted teacher. This is truly your God-given talent. I
really enjoyed the lesson. I'm going to order the back issue of the
magazine because I believe I can do it after watching this tutorial. Thank
Beautyforhire: ebay.com I purchase alot there. But you can also see Kelly's store too
pattycake1156: I love your tutorials Kelly! Thanks again!
Georgina98879: Kelly, thank you to share this video. You make easy the work. Al last, I
understand how to do the diagonal right angle stich. THANK YOU again.
gatto milla: molto bello e interessante.....
Alexia: really nice. great job :)
littlemisscutie93: Love your ring! Do you have a tutorial for it?
Zorayda Castillo: que facil se mira todo lo que usted hace, me encantan todos sus videos, ya
que yo estoy iniciandome en esto, aunque me cuesta un poco hacerlos,
jajajaja, la felicito.
Jasmijn Jongepier: jij bent lelijk
Kelly Byrne: I want to use smaller beads and make this wider how would I do that? Great
video and love the new(to me) weaving method!