Wednesday, November 14, 2012

LEARING RAW BEST BOOK

Hi Everyone!

I receive many emails during the week from beaders who just can't "see" what they are doing with Right Angle Weave "RAW" and ask for my help. I am one of these instructors that literally shows not only each step by step but needle, thread, and hand placement. Sometimes books just leave that part out. Until now. Mabeline Gidez has written a truly great book on RAW. She even notes that when she was trying to learn this beading technique she found herself lost in the instructions. Her book entitled
"I CAN right angle weave" is the book that you need if you have had trouble with this stitch. Beautifully photographed, the text is very well written, but most importantly the graphics show you where your needle and thread need to be to start the next section. The other thing I like about this book is that Mabeline starts the projects off simple but elegant. The first projects will elevate you into the more advanced pieces she has laid out. I highly recommend this book to any beader who enjoys RAW or is just starting out with this versatile beading stitch.
 
I CAN right angle weave
by Mabeline Gides
ISBN 978-1-4547-0366-2
 
 




 
 
Nicole/Beadwright
Honor and Integrity in Life in Art

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