Hydrangea from beads in a step-by-step master class (photo and video)

Hydrangea from beads in a step-by-step master class (photo and video)


Hortense is known and loved in Eastern countries alreadya long time ago. This flower is different in that it is not only beautiful and gentle, it still loves to change the color of its petals, it can be blue, and then become pink. For those who love beading, it will certainly be very interesting to weave such a flower with our own hands.

Master class on weaving hydrangeas from beads

This master class on creating hydrangeas is suitable for both experienced and beginner craftsmen.
For work you will need:

  • Blue beads in the amount of 120 grams;
  • Green beads in the amount of 100 grams;
  • Wire 0.3 mm thick for weaving flowers;
  • Wire 0.4 mm thick for weaving leaves;
  • Wire for weaving of flower stems;
  • Threads for winding;
  • gypsum;
  • A pot in which our flower will be planted;
  • scheme.

In the photo we see how the finished product will look like.

We begin the weaving with petals. The scheme of their creation is quite simple, if it is not clear, then you can use the video, where everything is shown in great detail.
So, take a wire 0.3 mm thick andWe string on it beads of blue color. It is necessary to string a lot of beads. Now you need to make a loop, for which you need to move 5 beads and twist the wire. Next, the second row must go to perform it, you need a wire with a bead strung around it around the row number 1, then in the same way around the row number 2 twist row number 3. Now you need to indent and, repeating all the actions, weave the second petal, the third petal and the fourth petal. We leave a small tail, about 5 centimeters, now you can cut off excess wire. Now we put on the wire a bead that needs to be lowered down, then the wire needs to be twisted - this will be the leg of our flower.

At the second stage of work we weave the leaves. Take the wire, measure two meters and cut off this piece. Now string a lot of green beads on it. We round off the end of the wire so that our beads do not roll off it. Just as we were weaving the petals, weaving the leaves, we wind the wire with beads around the row by layers, only here we need to make rows not of five, but of ten beads. At the last stage of weaving the leaves you need to make denticles on them, so that they look realistic and look like the leaves of a living flower. To weave the leaves, use a scheme of French weaving for the leaves with jags, or watch the video.
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Hydrangea from beads is not only goodA way to decorate the interior, it is also an excellent gift, because it will store the warmth of your hands and give positive energy to the person to whom you will present it as a gift.
Now your hydrangea from beads is ready. This master class will help needlewomen with experience to get new interesting knowledge, and those who are not yet part of the ranks of skilled needlewomen will help to master such an exciting lesson as beading.

Video: Learn to weave a blue hydrangea from beads