Beautiful Wire Jewelry for Beaders: Creative Wirework Projects for All Levels

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Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 111 pages
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Written by the successful author, Irena Miech, of Metal Clay for Beaders, More Metal Clay for Beaders, and Inventive Metal Clay. This book features 21 plus wire working projects that combine using a wide variety of beads to make stylish jewelry pieces.'Beautiful Wire Jewelry for Beaders' features projects that combine wireworking skills with beaded jewelry design. The book is technique-driven, with chapters on wire fundamentals, terminology, materials, and basic wireworking techniques, and projects that develop the reader's skills. The projects incorporate gemstones, crystal, glass, and pearls and are designed for both beaders and wireworkers of all skill levels. 'Beautiful Wire Jewelry for Beaders' includes appealing designs -- all tested -- for necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, pins, and jewelry components.
 

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User Review  - crikeyjosue - Overstock.com

Very enticing photos great book even for beginners. Makes you want to start straight away! Some of the projects are a little samey but other than that Im glad I made the purchase! Read full review

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User Review  - gitanalatina48 - Overstock.com

This book is a good resource but its not for the novice. The projects are a bit involved and they require some background knowledge on bending wire scolling a design the the stepped wire wrapping ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
6
Wireworking techniques
15
All rights reserved Except for Burst of Color necklace and earrings
24
or in whole by electronic means
30
Wire Jewelry for Beaders are On the Vine necklace
38
Beaded Leaf framed pin
78
Wirewrapped Stone pendant
87
Leaf Silhouettes necklace and earrings
97
Spiral Cuff bracelet
103
enjoyment only They may not
111
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About the author (2009)

Irina Miech is an artist, teacher, and the author of a series of popular how-to books on metal clay jewelry design for beaders. She also oversees a 6,000-square-foot retail bead supply business and classroom studio, where she teaches classes in beading, wirework, and metal clay. The metal clay certification program she designed is recognized by the PMC Guild. Her previous books are Metal Clay for Beaders , More Metal Clay for Beaders, and Inventive Metal Clay. Her jewelry designs also have been featured in Bead&Button, BeadStyle, and Art Jewelry magazines.

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