June/July Beadwork Window Garden Bracelet Giveaway!

If you’re a fan of Beadwork Magazine then you’ve seen the wonderful cover of the June/July issue featuring work by our very own Glorianne Ljubich! The cover has her amazing Garden Meadows Bracelet that uses a variety of beautiful beads as well as bead weaving stitches! To celebrate her bracelet making the cover, we’ve decided to giveaway all of the materials you need to make this piece as well as the June/July issue of Beadwork Magazine! One lucky winner is going to win everything you see in the photo below! The materials include an assortment of seed beads, Swarovski Elements Crystal beads, needles, thread, synthetic beeswax and a thread burner! For a chance to win everything you need to make the Garden Meadow Bracelet, leave a comment on this blog post telling us what your favorite bead weaving stitch is! A winner will be randomly selected on Friday, June 08, 2012, at 4 PM PST and informed by e-mail

This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to Julie D., on winning this wonderful project!

Good Luck! – Allie

295 comments to June/July Beadwork Window Garden Bracelet Giveaway!

  • That bracelet is gorgeous! My all-time favorite stitch is peyote, I use it a lot because it’s so versatile.

  • PegN

    Asking my favorite stitch is like asking which of my children is my favorite — it is whatever stitch I am doing at the time. I love them all. RAW, CRAW, Peyote, Herringbone, Brick, I love them all.

  • Love the look of that bracelet! My favourite stitch is probably RAW, especially freeform RAW à la NanC Meinhardt.

  • Teresa R

    I haven’t found a stitch that I didn’t like. But I would have to say that peyote is my favorite. You can do so much with it.

  • Michelle W

    I have that bracelet marked as one of the many Beadwork projects to try. My favorite stitch has to be peyote.

  • Paula Rudy

    Definitely peyote! You can spiral it, tube it, create amazing designs in circle & flat.
    So versatile! And as Glorianne Ljubich shows, use so many colors.
    Thank you for the give-away.

  • Lisa B

    I too love all the stitches I have ever tried. I do especially love the netting stitch. The bracelet is stunning!

  • I am totally addicted to peyote. Specifically, peyote rings. They are such fun to make and design, and the work up so quickly!

  • Kristin D

    My favorite stitch is the peyote, so much can be done with it!

  • Kristina

    My favorite stitch is peyote because it can be used in so many ways.

  • I love this bracelet, it’s on my list of things to make from this issue. My favorite stitch is probably peyote, it’s hard to pick one.

  • Sharon

    My favorite stitch is peyote.

  • Karen Whitney

    I like doing RAW stitch. Gorgeous bracelet!

  • Cheryl Vogel

    I’m fond of herringbone, myself.

  • Christine Pasmore

    I love using all types of stitches, but if I had to pick a favorite – it would have to be peyote. You can do some much with it and its variations.

  • Rebecca Price

    Love that bracelet. My favorite stitches are peyote and square.

  • Mililani

    I have never learned to do a bead weaving stitch as of yet…but when I do learn, I definitely will make this beautiful bracelet..I’m all for learning anything and everything to do with making jewelry…

  • Cindy M.

    If I HAD to choose a stitch, I think, it would have to be peyote because you can use it alone or as a base for so many things.

  • Anita Martin

    I’m just learning how to stitch however I saw this stunning bracelet and couldn’t resist to learn more! I love the peyote stitch!

  • vicki

    I’ve never tried bead weaving but it looks awesome!! Love the bracelet on the magazine cover!!

  • Nelly

    Herringbone is my favorite stitch and I would love to make that cover bracelet…so beautiful!! Good job Glorianne! :)

  • Michelle T.

    I don’t know what my favorite weaving stitch is, I’ve never tried it before! BUT…this bracelet is Gorgeous and I’m a quick learner! =)

  • Maria C Monzon

    My favorite bead weaving stitch is peyote, especially for making peyote stitch bezels.

  • melissa self

    My favorite stitch is RAW. Second is Peyote.

  • Gale Lamanilao

    My favorite stitch is RAW and netting.

  • Peyote. Very versatile and beautiful.

  • Donna

    Love Russian weave

  • Debi Brown

    I love peyote and brick stitch…some of my favorite jewelry items that I have made were done with these 2 stitches. I absolutely love the bracelet on the cover of Beadwork…have been meaning to order some of the supplies so I can make it…

  • I like netting because it makes the designs much lighter weight, more breatheable and visually appealing unembelished and even more stunning with little crystals sitting pretty in their little frames!

  • Karen Seligman

    I love the peyote stitch Very versatile. Congratulations on the beautiful cover.

  • The bracelet is absolutely gorgeous! I am a beginner so I use the totally versatile Peyote stitch!!!!!

  • Sherri Clark

    I am crazy about fringe…it can be used to turn sny plain jewelry into BLING! Itvis as versatile as thecbase it can ve added to. Great waynto jazz up an outdated stringing piece or just one that needs a lift.

  • Toni Coleman

    My favorite stitch is peyote. It is versatile and durable. It was the first beading stitch I learned. If i had to pick a second favorite, it would be netting.

  • One of my favorite bead stitches is the half spiral!! It looks so different depending on the shape and size of the beads used!! I just love the complexity of how it looks and yet it is very simple to master! I would love to win the giveaway since I am also an avid gardener!!! Thanks for the opportunity!
    Best Wishes~ Sherri

  • kristin

    I love peyote and use it on all my bead embroidery pieces

  • Julia

    This bracelet is gorgeous. I like the way most weaves look but peyote stitch is definitely nice for blending of colors and certainly useful for a meditative mode of weaving.

  • Denise Brown

    I really love the spiral rope. It keeps me entertained forever, can make different looks and it’s easy enough to teach to friends who like it.

  • czecher

    My most favorite stitch would be peyote, with herringbone a close second. :))

  • sara cohen

    Mine is the 1st I learned when I was 14, peyote! You can do so much & make somuch with it! I like to make beaded jars with lids :)

  • Caryn Hardt

    my favorite beading technique is ALL of them!! :)

  • beccilj

    I prefer peyote

  • Kelly Tippett

    I love the bracelet and i love tge magazine. My favorite stitch is herringbone.

  • Rayna Alam

    Peyote and herringbone are definitely my favorite stitches. Super elegant and versatile!

  • Debbie Drexler

    I need this stuff~~ no income but still bead things to give away as Thank you gifts for people that send me things they make to honor my fallen soldier son who was KIA May 2 2004 IRAQ

  • Love the Peyote stitch. It’s the first stitch I learned to do.

    The bracelet is just beautiful. I would love to make it!!

  • Louella Davis

    My favorite is the Peyote stitch!

  • I’m a fan of herringbone!
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  • Renee N

    I am relatively new to beading. But love what you can do with a peyote. And I am looking forward to learning more.