Well, this is my first blog.
Love to share with other beaders, just like me, who love to bead and are all into any and all beading techniques, especially right-angle weave.
The first time I saw a simple right-angle weave diagram (no written instructions), didn't know what the stitch was called nor did I understand how to read it. Now I'm just so fascinated and focused on this off-loom weave that I'm trying to create my own diagrams in Inkscape especially for beaded beads (polyhedrons).
When Googling polyhedrons, they are so many and some very intricate. I'm trying to figure out how to weave these polyhedrons. So far have already managed to bead the cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, truncated dodecahedron, icosahedron, cuboctahedron, rhombicuboctahedron and icosidodecahedron. These beaded beads are amazing pieces for bracelets, earrings and necklaces. These also make amazing ornaments and are great for home decor depending on their size.
A couple of months ago while browsing the internet, I stumbled upon a blog on beaded molecules http://thebeadedmolecules.blogspot.com/ . Became quite interested and intrigued on figuring out how to bead these. Check the blog, you'll find amazing pieces.
Just a few photos of some of the right-angle weave beads and jewelry.