WearableArtEmporium

Bead Crochet Patterns and More

Maryland, United States · 7120 Sales

WearableArtEmporium

Bead Crochet Patterns and More

Maryland, United States 7120 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   Welcome to the Wearable Art Emporium!

For those of you who know me from my classes, welcome back. To those who don’t…just a little bit about who I am. I have had a love affair with fiber since I was a very young girl. I began to knit and crochet at an early age and when I was about 12 years old, I began incorporating beads into my work and the result was my ongoing love of bead crochet.

Much to my dismay, I couldn’t find any books that taught me how to change yarn in the middle of a project, so that became my first challenge. I also found a lack of patterns, and since I’m a big fan of playing with colors in my work, as well as dimensionality, I start designing the patterns that would work best for the pieces I wanted to design. The result was my book, Bead Crochet Jewelry and the many articles I wrote for Bead and Button Magazine. I also began teaching classes, at which many of my students fell in love with the patterns, and began asking for more! So, I designed a multitude of patterns, and am now offering them to you – new customers and returnees!

I will be posting more new patterns routinely along with a limited number of kits, and instructions for some of my techniques for changing yarn and the invisible join. .

Although patterns are for bracelets and bangles, you may want to experiment with turning them into necklaces (just keep going), or lariats, etc. Blend more than one pattern into a piece if you like.

And please, feel free to email me at WearableArtEmporium [!at] gmail.com with any special requests for patterns you would like to see designed, and I will try to honor those requests.

I hope you love creating and wearing the jewelry you create using my patterns. Please visit us often.

Announcement
Last updated on Jul 10, 2016

Welcome to the Wearable Art Emporium!

For those of you who know me from my classes, welcome back. To those who don’t…just a little bit about who I am. I have had a love affair with fiber since I was a very young girl. I began to knit and crochet at an early age and when I was about 12 years old, I began incorporating beads into my work and the result was my ongoing love of bead crochet.

Much to my dismay, I couldn’t find any books that taught me how to change yarn in the middle of a project, so that became my first challenge. I also found a lack of patterns, and since I’m a big fan of playing with colors in my work, as well as dimensionality, I start designing the patterns that would work best for the pieces I wanted to design. The result was my book, Bead Crochet Jewelry and the many articles I wrote for Bead and Button Magazine. I also began teaching classes, at which many of my students fell in love with the patterns, and began asking for more! So, I designed a multitude of patterns, and am now offering them to you – new customers and returnees!

I will be posting more new patterns routinely along with a limited number of kits, and instructions for some of my techniques for changing yarn and the invisible join. .

Although patterns are for bracelets and bangles, you may want to experiment with turning them into necklaces (just keep going), or lariats, etc. Blend more than one pattern into a piece if you like.

And please, feel free to email me at WearableArtEmporium [!at] gmail.com with any special requests for patterns you would like to see designed, and I will try to honor those requests.

I hope you love creating and wearing the jewelry you create using my patterns. Please visit us often.

Linda Lehman

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Patterns that I designed so you can make

I have always designed all the items, be they knit, or beaded, that I make. I wanted to make those designs available to whomever wanted them. As a result, I opened this Etsy shop. Most of what I sell here are patterns, for both knit wear and for bead crochet.

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  • Linda Lehman

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Patterns

    I love creating patterns in a variety of medium, including both beads and yarn, and sometimes, mixing the two. I have taught nationally, at various Bead Conventions, Guilds in addition to the Smithsonian. I have written a book on Bead Crochet.

Shop policies

Last updated on December 28, 2013
Thanks so much for visiting my shop. I am attempting to give both knitting and crocheters a one stop shop for their patterns, and on occasion for supplies, as well as kits (the latter two being more rare occurrences. New patterns are added on almost a weekly basis. Browsing is always encouraged. With the exception of knitting stitch markers and kits, everything is sent by pdf to the email account associated with your Pay Pal account. Please read the listing carefully as there are times that pre-requisite knowledge is assumed.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I now accept both PayPal and Etsy's Direct Checkout.
Shipping
I can NOT be responsible for loss or breakage by the U.S. Postal service, EXCEPT if you elect to ship by 2 - 3 priority mail. Should you make this election, I can track the package and be fairly certain that there will be no breakage. I encourage anyone ordering clay stitch markers to elect priority mail.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you elect to ship by priority mail, I will either replace the item or refund your cost should the item be lost or damaged. Nothing else will be refunded or replaced. There are no refunds on purchased patterns, as once you have them, they are useable. I have attempted to include the word pattern in every title and every listing description several times...to the point of being redundant.
Additional policies and FAQs
All patterns in my shop assume a basic knowledge of the craft. For example, if you buy a sock knitting pattern, it is assumed that you know how to knit and purl. Ditto, if you buy a bead crochet pattern, it is assumed that you know how to do bead crochet.

A free tips and tricks newsletter is available from this shop.