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Bead Society of New Hampshire
P. O. Box 3535
Concord, NH 03302

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Free Project

Tin Cup Necklace

Tin-Cup Necklace done by Gail Devoid

Most Bead Society of NH meetings have a program in which members can learn new techniques. Listed here are some recent projects finished after those programs.

Your membership dues will allow you to join us and have you learning and making new pieces!

The Tin Cup Necklace link allows you access to free instructions to give you an idea of what you can learn through your membership.

January 2013

Lois Wood taught her Sparkling Duo Delight, a pattern she designed to use the new Twin beads and Superduos and Swarovski crystals. 

Sparkling Duo Delight

Here's a materials list for those interested:

  • 60-4mm Swarovski crystals
  • 64-twin beads
  • 40-size 11 seed beads
  • 1/2 inches French Bullion
  • Clasp
  • 1 yd 14 lb fireline
  • Beading Needle
This will make a 7 - 7 1/2" bracelet. If your wrist is larger, you will need more beads.

January 2007 Program

Taught by Donna Norlund of Bead It!, this snowflake is done with netting, and offers many possibilities.

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Snowflake down by Paulette Mason
Project completed by former member Paulette Mason

August 13, 2006
Mary Anne Hall demonstrated the flat herringbone stitch and taught members how this versatile stitch can create lovely bracelets and straps. Shown here is Ann Celino's resulting bracelet:

July 9, 2006

This beaded ring was taught at our July program by former member Judith Bertoglio-Giffin. Her Crystal Baguette Cruise Ring offers unlimited design options. Here are a few examples:

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June 11, 2006

The program presented by Lois Wood had us getting ready for the 4th of July! That month's project was a flag pin, perfect for the holiday! Members were able to show their patriotism on the holiday by sporting this piece of beaded cross-stitch. Example shown beaded by Gail Devoid.

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November 2005
In November, Peggy Shafer taught the Bead Society members how to embellish a doughnut.

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Examples provided by Gail Devoid of Need For Beads

- Directions to meetings:

We meet at the New Hampshire Health Care Association, which is located at 5 Sheep Davis Road, Suite E, in Pembroke, NH.

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