Textile Techniques in Metal: For Jewelers, Textile Artists & Sculptors

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Lark Books, 1996 - Art metal-work - 160 pages
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Perhaps Arline Fisch can't teach readers how to spin straw into gold, but she can show them how to weave with silver, knit with brass, crochet with copper, and braid with gold of various hues. With step-by-step instructions and how-to photos, she explains how to work each fiber technique in metal wire or strip. Each technique is illustrated with examples of handsome jewelry by accomplished designers.

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Weaving and knitting may not seem to be likely techniques for metalworkers, but fine wire and strips of metal can be made pliable enough to be worked this way. Fisch gives detailed instructions for ... Read full review

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