Hexagonal Netting

Inspired by Ernest Haeckel's century-old illustrations in Art Forms in Nature (Prestel-Verlag, 2004)
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Description
The designer set out to create a lacy, spiky, organic anything. The six-sided hexagon is a favorite of the natural world, from honeycombs to snowflakes. These samples are worked in rounds from the center out, forming a brick-stitch sort of lace. While every "unit" has the same number of beads, each round will have six increase units, one at each corner, to keep the netting flat.
Details
Required Materials: Seed beads, beading thread. See project for complete list.
Tools Needed: Beading needle, scissors. See project for complete list.
Techniques Used: Netting
Originally Published: Beadwork, April/May 2008

SKU: EP0952

Author/Speaker/Editor: Dustin Wedekind

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