Bead Jewelry 101, 2nd Edition: Master Basic Skills and Techniques Easily through Step-by-Step Instruction

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Creative Publishing International, Sep 1, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 224 pages

Discover a complete bead jewelry course in a book!

Written for the absolute beginner, Bead Jewelry 101 is filled with thorough instructions and step-by-step photographs that expertly guide you through the basics of making bead jewelry. Authors Ann and Karen Mitchell are a dynamic team of jewelry designers who will teach you all about the tools and materials while showing you how to use them. Project chapters are organized by different jewelry parts, called findings, so you will learn new techniques and build new skills with every piece of jewelry you create. You'll find 30 easy projects for making endless jewelry designs, and variations of the projects will give you great ideas and lead you in new directions as you learn to design your own jewelry. Learn to make bead jewelry in a few hours and enjoy the rewards for a lifetime with Bead Jewelry 101!

 

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HowtoUseThisBook
EYE PINS
Segmented Anklet Double Triangle Earrings
JUMP RINGS
Jump Ring and Bead Necklace
Jump RingLaceBracelet BEADING CABLE

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Sisters Ann Mitchell and Karen Mitchell started their mixed media jewelry business, AnKara Designs, in 1991, based in Altadena,CA. Together, the Mitchell sisters authored the book Liquid Polymer Clay: Fabulous New Techniques for Making Jewelry and Home Accents (Krause Publications). They also add to their credits experience as teachers, columnists, and craft product designers. The duo has made numerous guest appearances on television including The Carol Duvall Show, DIY Jewelry Making, and DIY Craft Lab. Their delicate, feminine jewelry design style and innovative ideas have appeared in feature films, television, theatre, museum exhibitions, advertisements, websites, books, and magazines. http://www.ankaradesigns.com

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