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Craft colorful and unique jewelry with this Asian-inspired craft book.
Bracelets embellished with Chinese floral and butterfly motifs, a gold-and-pearl lariat inspired by the fridges of a Persian carpet, and the pupular Shamballa bracelet— these are just a few of the many artful pieces you'll learn to make in this wonderful new DIY jewelry book.
Jewelry techniques include:
- Wire Strung Jewelry
- Loop & Chain Jewelry
- Memory Wire Jewelry
- Knotted Jewelry
- Elastic Cord Bracelets
Each chapter in Creative Beaded Jewelry takes you through the basics of a different stringing method and then sets you on an adventure through the many ways you can use it to create your own personalized designs.
|Edition description:||Paperback with Flaps|
|Product dimensions:||7.98(w) x 9.84(h) x 0.32(d)|
About the Author
Carolyn Schulz is a freelance crafter, designer and entrepreneur who has over 30 years' experience creating beaded jewelry for the US and UK markets. She has edited three popular magazines, and has authored titles on scrapbooking and wire working. Her website CarolynSchulz.com shares inspiration and techniques for making beautiful pieces in the latest styles and materials.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a remarkable book! It contains a wealth of information for beginners as well as challenging projects for the experienced. Each project is pictured in beautiful color. I appreciate the clear step-by-step instructions complete with pictures. The supply list is extremely helpful. Here are a few of my favorite designs in the book. It was hard to choose. I like the Classy Ceramic bracelet on pg 15. Always wanted to know how to string more than one strand. I like the memory wire jewelry. The rings on page 30 and 31 are so pretty. The black and copper necklace is a necklace that I see many young ladies wearing ones like it and may try to make it for my daughters. I love the Patina Donut Necklace. The directions are so clear that I think I could make a multi-strand necklace. I also love the Abalone shell ensemble. There is an informative section at the beginning of the book that explains the tools and materials used in bead work. This book is packed with projects and instructional techniques. This book has everything you need (except materials) to begin or expand your bead work hobby.