Bead & Button Magazine
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About Bead & Button
Content in the magazine includes the following features and sections: "Projects," which comprises the majority of each issue, contains patterns and designs for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced; "Technique Workshop," expert instruction on a featured technique or design; "Artist Profile," a focus on a designer along with his or her choice of bead or technique; "Your Work," spotlighting beaded crafts submitted by readers; "The Business of Beading," which addresses various aspects of selling your handcrafted creations; and "Basics," a guide to the techniques used in each issue.
Stringing, bead weaving, bead crochet, and wirework are just some of the many jewelry-making techniques covered in the magazine. During the year, Bead & Button may publish special issues devoted to seasonal projects or specific techniques.
Anyone who loves working with beads would enjoy a subscription to Bead & Button magazine!
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The designs are spectacular and I love to try my hand at them. It gives me ideas too to work into my jewelry designs. I like the ads. We don't have a bead store real bead store in my town and it gives tons of ads in it.
I came across volume 8 of Bead and Button magazine hiding in a collection of magazines given to me. It was so thin and different, intellectual, even, that I could not believe it was the same eye candy filled magazine that comes to my home every month. It is a very person to person magazine for the few beaders who found it! I reveled in the nostalgia. BUT... Give me pages of ads and eye candy any day. I'm so glad the magazine is a success!
I really love Bead & Button magazine because they always have the best variety of projects. I would like to see more pictures with the instructions; other than that, this is the BEST magazine on the market!
About half of Bead & Button magazine is ads, but at least it's thicker than most other bead magazines so it does have a fair amount of projects. Also they seem to keep all the ads together in the second half along with what I think is a waste of pages for a huge list of bead shops in the US by state. Even with all that it's still my favorite along with BeadWork magazine. To me they are the same magazine. They are so much alike so if you like one you'll like the other just as much!
I recommend Bead & Button magazine to anyone.
I love this magazine...it inspires me to do more work with my beads, makes me more creative and pushes me to think "out of the box". It is just about the only magazine I will look at over and over and over...and keep "forever". Even the ads are fun - I usually explore the web sites of several - just looking! If you get just one bead magazine, I would highly reccoment this one.
the picutres are wonderful, the projects are simple to complexx. I don't miss an issue. I get something from every issue and I would recommend the mag to anyone who is a bead freak..