Hubble stitch

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Let's Hubble!: A journey into the brand new beadwork stitch

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Hubble stitch samples in different colours

Hubble stitch samples in different colours

These 2 basic Hubble ropes are so quick and easy to work. They differ in where I chose to change colour.

Hubble Stitch - the brand new beadwork stitch! - Bead School

So 2015 has arrived and I met my deadline to get the finished text of my book on Hubble Stitch in the hands of my publisher – which is soooooo exciting! Hooray!!!!! It’s been around 2 years since I first realised I had a brand new stitch and the idea has been simmering away at …

Tubular and Circular Hubble Stitch, Melanie de Miguel from Hubble Stitch

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Project 3 in 'Let's Hubble!' is La Niña. Instead of using different sized beads for the Basic Hubble Stitch to create a whirling vortex like the Spex Vortex, you can control the curves by reversing the order of the bead sizes.

Project 3 in 'Let's Hubble!' is La Niña. Instead of using different sized beads for the Basic Hubble Stitch to create a whirling vortex like the Spex Vortex, you can control the curves by reversing the order of the bead sizes.

Project 10 in 'Let's Hubble!' - Hubble Ropes. These work up very quickly as there are only 4 Basic Hubble stitches per row. Using a cocktail stitch or bamboo skewer will help with those first few fiddly rows. Work vertical stripes into the rope or alternate the colours for variety.

Project 10 in 'Let's Hubble!' - Hubble Ropes. These work up very quickly as there are only 4 Basic Hubble stitches per row. Using a cocktail stitch or bamboo skewer will help with those first few fiddly rows. Work vertical stripes into the rope or alternate the colours for variety.