Technique of embroidery beads for beginners - veryan interesting and entertaining kind of activity. It is generally believed that the name of the small beads, which are now called "beads," was borrowed from the word "buera". If you translate from Arabic, then we will get a rather unusual translation of "drops of glass." The pictures made in this technique are not only very beautiful, but they can attract attention, fascinating with their eccentricity. This art is considered one of the most ancient. After all, it was known to people many thousands of years ago. Undoubted advantage is that embroidery with beads remains almost unchanged. It is important to pay attention that it differs little from the usual, long familiar to us, embroidery. That is why, if you have at least a little desire, then, of course, everything will necessarily happen. It is important to know that rarely there are paintings that are completely embroidered with beads. Still, most often, the beads are an addition, or one of the finishing materials. Pictures, embroidered with their own hands, will be a wonderful addition to the interior design of your picture. Also, in addition, you can embroider not only for yourself, but also for your family and friends. Believe me, no one will remain indifferent to such a gift. All the best intentions and wishes will be invested in it. For work you need to stock up on the necessary materials. Here you should not save money. After all, we all want the product to serve us more than one year. The variety of beads is so great that beginner needlewomen can easily get confused. Beads can be glass, plastic, large, small, painted inside or not. Perhaps the main criterion in the work in this technique is that the beads are of the same size. Only in this case, the beads on the fabric will lie flat, and, consequently, will not stick out in one place the tissues, creating unevenness and unnecessary relief. Threads can be any, at your discretion. The main thing that they were thin, passed into the hole of the bead itself. For a white canvas, ideally, take the white thread. If such at you at present has not appeared available in the house, any other light threads will approach. Needles can be bought at any needlework store. On sale there are needles, which are designed solely for embroidery with beads. The material on which you will sew beads, in the first place, should be dense. If it's a canvas, it should be of good quality, so that the threads do not break during work. This brings terrible discomfort. If all materials are prepared, then it's time to move on to mastering the technique of embroidery with beads. You should think about your workplace, it should be well lit. Also, I recommend that each bead color be placed in a separate vessel so that in the future it does not take up your time and does not cause unnecessary inconvenience. In this article we will acquaint you with several types of seams. If you have ever embroidered in your life, then the monastic stitch will not surprise you. All the stitches go on a diagonal line, using one bead. From the wrong side of the fabric, the stitches will look like vertical lines. First you need to fix the thread in the desiredplace, then pass a bead to it. You need to display the needle diagonally, or down, or up, as you like, on the front side. In the event that you need to move to another row, you need to install the needle from the wrong side at the point you need and continue to embroider further. Urgent seam. As shown in the picture, there is one bead for each next stitch. This method resembles the seam "back with a needle". Now, in order to insert the bead, the needle must be withdrawn between the second and third points. We follow by analogy. Circular seam. This method is very interesting and unusual. You do not need to embroider a picture first, but from the center of the picture. Beads must be strung in turns, spirally. And so continue to move to the end. In the photos you can see what wonderful pictures are obtained as a result of working in this technique. It takes a little effort and patience from you to create similar products.