Making Jewelry from Polymer Clay

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Stackpole Books, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 135 pages
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  • Use texture, materials, canes, and mixed techniques to create thirty different projects in a variety of modern, sophisticated looks
  • Techniques for making interesting beads and pendants as well as projects combining these beads into complete sets of jewelry
  • How to make necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, pins, and more

    Polymer clay is a versatile and easy-to-work-with medium, as this book shows. The thirty jewelry projects in it cover a wide range of styles, from simple, beachy necklaces to ornate baroque pendants to modern rings and bracelets. Detailed instructions are given for techniques such as making canes, using molds and stamps, layering, and blending colors. The projects then combine these techniques into finished pieces in a variety of styles.

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    Contents

    Introduction
    9
    Working with Textures
    31
    Working with Different Materials
    61
    Working with Canes
    89
    Using a Mix of Techniques
    115
    Some Notes on Color 132
    132
    Patterns 134
    134
    Glossary 135
    135
    Back Cover
    137
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    About the author (2010)

    Sophie Arzalier is a jewelry maker residing in France and the author of Making Jewelry from Polymer Clay.

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