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Get all knotted up! This fun guide has all the information you need to make your own jewelry using knotting techniques. You’ll learn how to evaluate, select, and care for pearls and gemstones; how to select findings and tools; the pros and cons of different stringing materials; and much more. Clear step-by-step, fully illustrated instructions show you exactly how to knot between beads and attach various types of clasps and finishes. You’ll soon be crafting beautiful, ready-to-wear pieces.
Create beaded necklaces, bracelets, and other jewelry with a professional look and finish. This delightful beginner’s guide presents step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations that walk you through the basics of making beaded jewelry. You’ll learn how to use various pliers, crimpers, and wire cutters, and choose the perfect beads and string for your projects. In no time at all, you’ll be stringing together your own pieces, complete with clasps, rings, and cones.
Author : Ray Hemachandra
ISBN : 1600592988
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 61.83 MB
Format : PDF
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Explore a world of beads! The newest entry in Lark’s popular Beading with...series goes international and multicultural, with more than 30 dazzling jewelry projects that showcase popular "tribal” and "ethnic” beads. As with the other books in the series, this lavishly illustrated volume offers an introduction to scores of different beads, illustrates all the basic techniques, and presents both beginner and intermediate projects from a pool of talented designers. The one-of-a kind pieces range from Jean Campbell’s jangly Milagros Charm Bracelet to Elizabeth Glass Geltman and Rachel Geltman’s porcelain-beaded "A New Chinese Twist”--with stops in India, Africa, and many other countries along the way.
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