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January 2006 Beaded Bear Project Continued

You can find a variety of Free Arts and Craft Project here, including beaded project and other project. This month's project is a beaded teddy bear made with a 5-6 bead RAW beading technique.

The pictorials are illustrated with spaces between beads for a clearer direction, in the actual beading, there should be no spaces.
Blue beads represents the body color, Black beads represents the nose and eyes, the red beads represents the bow on the bear's neck.

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Step 10: Body Continue: Starting points are marked by blue and red dots:
Add 4 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread through the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through two adjoining beads.

Add 3 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread through the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through two adjoining beads - Repeat this 3 more times around.

Last beaded ring on this step: add 2 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread (make sure this right thread was passed through 3 adjoining beads after previous bead circle) through the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through one adjoining bead.
Step 11: The green represents the beads from step 10 that need to be used for thread passing through. The beginning point for this step is marked by red and blue dots.

Add 3 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread through the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through two adjoining beads.

Add 2 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread through the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through two adjoining beads - Repeat this 4 more times.

Last beaded ring to complete this beaded ball: Add one bead on the left string and cross the right thread through this new bead (make sure you already passed your right thread through 3 previous adjoining beads before doing this).

Now you can tie the body to the head just with where you ended (you can tie it in any way - no specific instruction) then tie off and loop the remaining threads back to the piece, again to hide the ends and for extra security.
Step 12: Hands: Turn the bear to face your right. The green highlighted beads are the beads from the body that you need your threads to pass through.

Cut a new piece of short thread, add three beads on the left thread, cross the right thread though the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through the adjoining green bead.

Add 2 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread though the last added bead, continue to pass the left thread through the adjoining green bead repeat this again once.

Last bead circle of this step: Make sure you left thread from your previous step is pass through one green bead, you will realize that you will be skipping one bead from the body and string it through the first bead added on this step.
Add one more new bead and crisscross both threads through this bead.
Step 13: Hands continued: Note: the red dot is the tying point not the starting point here.
Continue from where you ended, add 2 beads on the left thread, cross the right thread through the last added bead, pass the left thread back through the next adjoining green bead.

Add one bead on the left thread and cross the right thread through this bead, pass the left thread back through the next adjoining green bead, Repeat this again and tie off.

Do this for the direct opposite side of the bear!
Step 14: Legs: The yellow represents where the hands are.
The green is where the leg is, repeat step 12 twice on the green beads area so that you have double layer of step 12.

Do this for the direct opposite side of the bear!
Step 15: Bow: Cut a piece of wire, string on around 10 beads (measure around the neck of the bear when doing this, when you get the right number of beads, wrap this around the neck of the bear and crisscross both end of the wire though the last added bead - as shown in the top left corner picture.
Take the left wire, string on around 7 or 8 beads and loop the wire back through the bead which you crisscross with earlier. Repeat this for the right wire, tie off and you can hide the wire by looping them back into the bow, also for a more secure piece.

See all the beaded bears I made by clicking here.

More projects to be found in the below categories:


Other Project Adult Project Flower Project Jewelry Project
Kid Art Project Bead Project Ring and Bracelet Project
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