Making Wire Jewelry: 60 Easy Projects in Silver, Copper & Brass

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Lark Books, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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For all wishing to make inexpensive and unique jewellery, this book gives complete instructions for 60 different pieces, each photographed in full cover. All information needed to design and create original items is provided and the how-to drawings are shown actual size, enabling the placing of the wire over it for accuracy.
  

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User Review  - gitanalatina48 - Overstock.com

This is a good resource but geared a bit more for the jewelry maker that has some experience with bending wire and using a jig. . Some of the projcts are a bit more intricate than others so I would ... Read full review

Review: Making Wire Jewelry: 60 Easy Projects in Silver, C

User Review  - Overstock.com

This is a very detailed, step-by-step book on various wire techniques. What I really like about this book are the precise, to size, drawings of each stage of a piece. Literally you can measure your work against the depictions in the book. Very handy. Read full review

Contents

An Ancient Design
12
Experimenting with Heavier Wire
19
A Simple Chain
22
Two Sizes of Wire
25
The Leaf
27
The Clef
31
Figure Eights
41
All Angles
43
Buttons and Cuff Links
76
Clips
80
Bird Cages
82
Chain with Pendant
84
LoopTheLoop
85
Colorful Dangles
89
Triple Pendant
91
A Few Extras
94

Made on a Jig
46
Triangles
48
The Wave
52
B Bracelet and Belt
54
An Expanding Belt
65
Daisy Chain
67
Round and Round
69
Four Rings
73
Variations of the Egyptian
97
Chains
102
Adaptations
105
New Twists
108
Glossary
110
Designers
111
Index
112
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Page 7 - How To USE THiS BOOK YOU WILL GET THE MOST BENEFIT from this hook if you complete the first nine chapters in exact order.

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