Start to Bead

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Search, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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In this book Jill Thomas teaches the basics of beading and goes on to show in easy steps how to make fantastic beaded jewellery such as a safety pin bracelet and a daisy ring, as well as a trinket pot and a mini bag. Start to Bead is aimed at 10-14 year olds who would love to be creative with beads. The patterns and projects included in the book are ideal for beginners, they are highly achievable using beads, threads and a few simple tools that are readily available through your favourite bead store. Once you have made a few projects from this book you will have learnt some basic beading techniques and will be able to create your own designs. Happy Beading! Simple beading techniques are explained using clear instructions and step by step photographs, and only a few tools are needed to make the projects.

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Jill Thomas started beading as a hobby over 20 years ago and turned it into a full-time business in 1994 with the start of GJ Beads. GJ Beads now includes a retail store in St. Ives, Cornwall, a showroom and warehouse at St. Erth, Cornwall, along with a thriving web and mail order based supply company. Jill regularly teaches beadwork classes, and is always developing and designing new ideas and projects.

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