Geometric shapes like a dodecahedron (12 faces) as beaded beads are somewhat of a challenge to beaders. But if you are up to it, here are two tutorials to try. The first downloadable tutorial is a design by Cindy Holsclaw over on her Bead Origami site. She called it the Candy Dodecahedron because you can use the right colored crystals to make it delicious! Other bead selections are fine too.
Cindy rated her right angle weave tutorial as appropriate for advanced beginners (and above).
More challenging is the peyote tutorial using tiny 11/0 seedbeads by Jennifer VanBenschoten over on the Beading Daily blog.
Before You Go:
- Mathematical Bead Work and Sculptures by Gwen Beads
- Geometrically Inspired Jewelry Tutorials
- Beaded Fullerenes : 3D Molecular Structures
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