SarahCryerBeadwork

Sarah Cryer Beadwork

London, England · 542 Sales

SarahCryerBeadwork

Sarah Cryer Beadwork

London, England 542 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
(68)

Announcement   Did you know that postage on additional items in my shop is usually only 50p extra, and for smaller items it's free? So you can buy more items without the postage charges getting silly - maybe pick up extra supplies like tiny drop beads, tape measures or lovely cabochons.
Hand-made beadwork using mainly beadweaving with occasional wirework, & beadweaving tutorials and materials packs. Bead-weaving is slow, patient work with each tiny glass bead individually stitched together - a lot of love (and back-ache) goes into these pieces and I hope you like them.

Announcement

Last updated on 22 Feb, 2018

Did you know that postage on additional items in my shop is usually only 50p extra, and for smaller items it's free? So you can buy more items without the postage charges getting silly - maybe pick up extra supplies like tiny drop beads, tape measures or lovely cabochons.
Hand-made beadwork using mainly beadweaving with occasional wirework, & beadweaving tutorials and materials packs. Bead-weaving is slow, patient work with each tiny glass bead individually stitched together - a lot of love (and back-ache) goes into these pieces and I hope you like them.

Sarah Cryer

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Updates

My award winning piece 'Great Dixter', which includes amazing Anna Bronze findings and some of my own cabochons - they're available in my shop now or I can custom make sets for you for that special project.
I've added blue and white to my range of Hoechtmass retractable tape measures, which means I now stock the full range of colours for this very well made and sturdy tool. Use them to make my Baroque Tape Measure Surround.
Some new colourways, and new plastic free packaging. My new glassine bags might not be transparent, but they are plastic free and rather lovely.
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About

One bead at a time........

I've been using beads to make jewellery for many years, and around 10 years ago I discovered beadweaving and an occasional hobby became an obsession. Time for beading is limited, with a lively 7 year old and even livelier 4 year old, but this shop gives me an excuse to find the time.

Custom orders of most of the items shown including cabochons are available - any size and most colours (subject to availability of materials), please message me to discuss prices and timings. And I'm open to commissions of any other beadwoven pieces - please just ask.

For the beadweavers out there I also offer tutorials for a range of beadweaving projects using a variety of techniques, all designed by me. The instructions include diagrams, photos and full written steps. Also included are sample colour schemes and other suggested variations, along with materials lists which include suggested sources for any unusual items. Instructions for downloading your tutorial will be sent to you by Etsy as soon as they detect a cleared payment.

Materials packs offer you all of the beads needed to make one of my beadweaving projects, plus any other vital items like the plastic tape measures for my Baroque Tape Measure Surround. Please note that the tutorials are not included with the Materials Packs (unless otherwise stated), neither are thread, needles etc (as I find every beader prefers a different combination of brands and sizes, and usually has plenty of both anyway).

A much wider range of finished pieces is available for UK buyers in my Folksy shop (www.folksy.com/shops/somanybeads). And if you'd like to learn more about how I bead and why, have a look at my blog The Indecisive Beader (www.theindecisivebeader.com).

I am a proud member of the Etsy BeadWeavers Team. Search EBW TEAM for more beautiful beadwoven creations and visit our blog for links to all members’ shops: http://etsy-beadweavers.blogspot.com.

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  • Sarah Cryer

    Owner

    Part time IT Analyst, Mum of 2 and beadweaving obsessive.

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Last updated on 05 Dec, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Can I make things to sell using a tutorial I've purchased from you?

As a beader who designs and sells largely to support my own out of control bead buying habit, you may make from my tutorials to sell (in small quantities only) so you can buy lots more beads (and tutorials), but please ensure you give me full credit as designer.
Please do respect my rights as a designer and do not pass finished pieces off as your own design, teach the design, or reproduce this tutorial or the images in it in any way. If you’re in any way tempted to be naughty then think about how long it took me to devise and develop this design, including how many times I had to unpick and rework it (not to mention how long it took me to learn how to use the software to make the lovely clear tutorial diagrams). Thank you!

How are your items sent?

Tutorials - are downloaded by you via Etsy's download service - Etsy will send you a mail with instructions once you've paid.
Finished Beadwork & Materials Packs - are sent Royal Mail (UK delivery) standard 1st Class Postage unless stated otherwise for that specific item, or Air Mail (International)
If you would prefer a signed for service or a faster service please convo me BEFORE making a purchase - I can't always get to the Post Office (as I also have a normal job and two children), and I'd hate for you to be disappointed, but I'm more than happy to oblige if I can.

Seller details
Sarah Cryer
32 Balmoral Road
KINGSTON UPON THAMES, SURREY KT1 2TY