Fashion Beading

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Sterling Pub., 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Of all the crafts, beading keeps growing fastest in popularity--and these jewelry projects show precisely why. They're beautiful to look at, fun to wear, and amazingly simple to make. Armed with these beading basics, which teach three fundamental techniques (stringing, wire loop wrapping, and stitching dangles and fringe), anyone can create smart and stylish pieces. An attractive bracelet-and-earring combo features beads of red crystal and glass, as well as ones in bali silver. The multi-strand necklace showcases hot pink, teal, and blue seed beads, all strung on colorful organza ribbons. Or choose from a variety of charm bracelets, hoop earrings with clay lentil beads, a personalized photo pendant, and dozens of others. A Selection of the Crafters Choice Book Club.

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About the author (2005)

Barbara Mathiessen has contributed to more than 16 craft books and written 43 craft booklets for Hot Off the Press. Her work has also appeared in Better Homes and Gardens. She lives in Port Orchard, Washington. Tracia Williams and Kim Ballor have each written articles for several different national craft magazines, and appeared on a number of home and craft TV shows. Tracia lives in Orlando, Florida; Kim lives in Plymouth, Michigan.

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