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I love making these Right Angle Weave beads. The designs you can make with them are just about endless. Trying the technique with different types of beads, such as Swarovski round crystals, top drilled beads or even seed beads. You'll never run out of amazing jewelry designs once you master this versatile right angle weave technique.

Karla Schafer, Auntie's Beads Designer
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Rating RAW beaded bead bracelet
I have made several of these bracelets in all color combos, even Christmas and had great sales with it Thank you Karla Kam!
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Reviewed by: from Tennessee. - 12/15/2012
5/5
Rating beaded bead with right angle weave
I'm so thankful for this video. I have created many different sizes of the beaded bead and have used them for necklaces and bracelets, even for earrings. Thanks again! Just love it!
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Reviewed by: from Degelis, Quebec. - 12/17/2011
5/5
Rating Love This!
Thank you thank you thank you!! I love being able to make these RAW beads and not have to try to find the colors I''''m needing! I just pick out of my stash and whip one up now!
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Reviewed by: from Lubbock, TX. - 2/10/2011
5/5
Rating RAW Beads
I have used this video to learn the basics of the Right Angle Weave Bead. Karla is very easy to understand and follow as she shows you how to make your own beaded beads! Try using different beads to achieve a different look. With this basic knowledge you can even embellish your beaded beads by adding additional seed beads.
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Reviewed by: from Pennsylvania. - 8/8/2010
5/5
Rating LOVE IT!
R.A.W was one of the first things that I learned but I''''ve always done it in a flat stitch. The instructions are so clear and easy I think I will be able to remember them without watching the video the whole time that I''''m working! (that''''s a HUGE deal!) I will be trying this one over the weekend! I can''''t wait to see how mine turn out! Keep up the great work!
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Reviewed by: from Indianapolis, IN. - 6/4/2010
Questions and Answers
Q: Hello, What bead caps did you use exactly? I plan on using the size 6mm bicones (just a preference). Also, can I use the other size supplemax that you all carry due to the fact that you are out of the .012 size. I look forward to your prompt response and until then, have a good day. Best regards, Madelyn Guam USA
Asked by: - 8/13/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: Madelyn,
You can use the .016 Supplemax, it will be a bit tighter on your third pass through the beads, but it will work. As for the bead cap you could use this one http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Sterling-Silver-Bali-Bead-Cap-with-Rope-3-x-8mm_p_610.html perhaps this one: http://www.auntiesbeads.com/Antique-Silver-7mm-Filigree-Bead-Cap-10pc_p_22884.html I believe the one that I used am can't remember what it is or if we still carry it. Karla
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Q: Hi what is the wire she is using for this project you see I am new at beading and don't know which wire to use and their names.? THANK YOU
Asked by: - 9/7/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: At the bottom of the page under the video, we give you a list of products used. For the beaded beads I use a Supplemax which is a mono-filament thread. For the actual beading of the bracelet I use Beadalon's 49 strand, .018 beading wire. Karla
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