Around the Beading Table has some wonderful, easy to follow free tutorials using a variety of stitches. The one I've chosen to share today is Hana Ami (Japanese for Flower Stitch) which uses triangle weave technique.
Depending on the beads used, this bracelet can be an elegand, sparkling accessory for dress or formal wear, or using bright contrasting colors it can just as easily go casual, fun or even downright funky!
My first introduction to triangle stitch was very confusing and I just never did get the hang of it. Later I found a tutorial by another person and have been able to use it to make a few designs.
I first learned Hana Ami from Christine Lim. She uses RAW to make hers and I found it less confusing than triangle weave, however I find that Deborah Roberti has made the triangle stitch tutorial very easy to understand, and I can see many possibilities of variations and additions to this particular bracelet.