2012 Jewelry Catalog Kalmbach Books, Magazines, and DVDs

2012 Jewelry
Catalog
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New Titles
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Inspiration & Instructions
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Beginners
13
Polymer Clay
22
The Absolute Beginners Guide Series
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23
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24
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16
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17
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27
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29
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February 2012
The Venetian
Glass Bead
24 colorful jewelry projects
Kathy Fox
Beaders get the best of both
worlds in this new book by Kathy
Fox — beautifully designed
projects and useful information
about these vibrant beads.
Venetian glass beads offer a vast
variety of styles and patterns,
encouraging jewelry-makers to
experiment with size, color, and
shape. Many simple techniques,
step-by-step instructions, and
beautiful photographs of these
stunning designs will guide
beaders toward their very own
Venetian tradizone!
Kathy Fox
Naperville, IL
• Provides useful tips for identifying
authentic Venetian glass beads
• Features 24 colorful designs for necklaces,
bracelets, earrings, and rings
• Includes stringing, wire wrapping, bead
crochet, and knotting techniques
Luna Triple
Strand Necklace
& Earrings
Supplies
necklace
• 90 in. .015 49-strand silver
beading wire
• 13 20 mm luna discs
• 26 4 mm silver bead caps or
daisy spacers
• Swarovski crystal 6mm bicones
14 neutral color
14 accent color
14 matching color
• 2 size 4 silver crimp tubes
• sterling silver lobster claw clasp
• 2 in. sterling silver chain
The Italian astronomer Galileo wrote
the first descriptions of the moon,
or luna in Italian, after using a
telescope in 1609. The variations of
light and color in the moon’s surface
are reflected in the luna bead and
earrings
• 2 20 mm luna discs
• 2 2-in. 22-gauge sterling silver
headpins
• 2 4 mm sterling silver daisy
spacers
• 2 6 mm Swarovski crystal bicones
• pair sterling silver French hook
A
are captured by the multiple foils
and avventurina used to create it.
The luna bead is a
breathtaking combination of
Necklace
and avventurina or copper specks
1 Cut three 30-in. pieces of beading wire. String the wires
through a crimp tube, lobster claw clasp and back through
the crimp tube. Crimp the crimp tube (basics).
enclosed in translucent colored
2 String a different color bicone on each wire staggering them and then string all three wires through a 4 mm
glass. The result is a sparkling,
spacer, the luna disc, and a spacer. A
eye-catching bead resembling the
moon’s characteristics as Galileo
once described.
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or post earring wires
B
24 karat yellow and white gold
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350 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-415-5
UPC: 064465164158
D
C
3 Repeat Step 2 until all the beads are strung making sure
to push the crystals close together and keeping them
staggered. B
4 String a crimp tube and the chain. Before crimping, place
the necklace flat on the working surface and move the
beads towards the uncrimped end to space out the crystals and remove any gaps of wire. Crimp (basics).
Earrings
1 String the luna disc, daisy spacer, and bicone on a headpin. C
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Luna Beads
2 Wire wrap (basics) and attach to the French hook or
post earring. D
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February 2012
Show Your Colors
30 Flexible Beading Wire
Jewelry Projects
Jamie Hogsett and
Sara Hardin Oehler
Think outside the bead!
Showcase flexible beading
wire as the key design element
in 30 unique earring, bracelet,
and necklace projects. The
versatility of this colorful stringing
material adds a delicate, fun,
and unusual flair to fast and easy
projects. A range of techniques
offers beaders the opportunity
to experiment with this new
approach — don’t cover it up,
show it off!
Jamie
Hogsett
Fort Collins, CO
Sara HARDIN
Oehler
Phoenix, AZ
• Showcases the versatility of flexible
beading wire as a design element
• Provides colorful, lightweight, and unique
projects that can be done quickly
• Includes stringing, “illusion” or crimping,
knitting, sculptural shapes, and braiding
techniques
KNITTING SPOOL
Long and
Winding
Road
a
b
c
d
e
f
Three long lengths of knitted wire in
blue turquoise, green emerald, and
black onyx, with randomly-placed
matching seed beads, are braided
together to form this sweet and funky
double-wrap cuff.
g
i
the last peg stitched. Working around the
string a cone (wide end first), a crimp tube,
spool, pass the wire ends through every
[g] and the ring half of the clasp. Arrange
bead stopper on the end of the wire [a].
wire loop on the spool. Once the wire ends
the knitted cords so that the turquoise
have passed through a wire loop, carefully
blue topaz cord is on the left, the black
materials
2 Move the 110s about 2 ft. (61 cm) down
remove the wire loop from the knitting
onyx cord in the middle, and the green
• BeadingWire(.019):
100ft.(30.5m)spoolturquoisebluetopaz
100ft.spoolblackonyx
100ft.spoolgreenemerald
• 5g110aquadarkmatteABseedbeads
• 5g110blackmatteopaqueseedbeads
• 5g110mattetransparentolivegreen
seedbeads
• 220x23mmsterlingsilvertexturedcones
• 23x3mmsterlingsilvercrimptubes
• 12x17mmsterlingsilvertoggleclasp
the wire toward the spool. Remove the
spool. Repeat for all three pegs, then
emerald cord on the right. Pull the wire
tools
• mightycrimpingpliers
• wirecutters
• 3-pegknittingspoolwithstylus
carefully pull the knitted cord out of the
ends so that the three knitted cords fit
knitting spool. Pull tightly on the end of
snugly inside the cone. Pass all three
top to bottom. Replace the bead stopper.
the knitted cord, tightening the last few
wire ends back through the tube [h].
stitches as much as possible [c].
Crimp the crimp tube.
6 Use your fingers to crunch the stitches
10 Braid the three knitted cords together
3 Begin knitting, following Knitting Spool
101 instructions for single-wrap knitting
of the knitted cord together so the seed
until you reach the end of the cords.
beads move around and the wire stitches
Repeat Step 9, substituting the bar half of
4 Prior to knitting the next stitch, slide two
110s up the wire between the peg you are
(see page XX). Knit three complete rounds.
become uneven and messy looking [d].
the clasp.
about to knit a stitch on and the next peg.
7 Repeat Steps 1–6 using the black wire
and black 110 seed beads [e].
Knit one stitch. Repeat for 12 in. (30 cm),
including two 110s in each stitch [b].
• beadstoppers
Finished Size: 14 in. (36 cm)
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bead stopper. Pass the end of the wire
through the hole in the knitting spool, from
5 Knit without beads for two complete
rounds. Cut the wire 10 in. (25 cm) from
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1 String about 18 in. (46 cm) of aqua
110 seed beads on the blue wire. Place a
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8 Repeat Steps 1–6 using the green wire
and green 110 seed beads [f].
9 Use one end of all three knitted cords to
#64582
96 pages
8.5 x 10
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-711-8
UPC: 064465164585
To wear, wrap the bracelet
twice around your wrist.
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APRIL 2012
The Absolute
Beginners Guide:
Making Wire Jewelry
Martine Callaghan
Fourth in
the Absolute
Beginners
Guide series!
The fourth book in this successful
series is a user-friendly primer
on wireworking. Beginners and
seasoned beaders looking to
expand their skills will learn
the basics of wire types, tools,
findings, and more. Opening and
closing jump rings, making head
pins and earring wires, creating
wire spirals, wrapping, and
coiling give readers the chance to
experiment with many techniques.
Martine
Callaghan
Edinburgh,
Scotland
• Provides all the basics for novice
wireworkers
• Covers many techniques using accessible
materials
• Progressive projects teach fundamentals
and build confidence
HOW
TO
TECHNIQUES REVIEW
make a coil bead • shape a decorative toggle clasp • make a figure-8 connector
PROJECT22
Finished length: 8 in.
Coil beads require a lot of wire and patience but it is well
65”/165cm 18 gauge/1mm round
wire
72”/180cm 22 gauge/0.6mm round
wire
40ft/12m 26 gauge/0.4mm wire
13 8mm beads
1 (Ø3.8cm) focal bead
22 4mm round copper beads
Knitting needle US 2/UK 12/2.75mm
Roundnose pliers
Square nose pliers
Chainnose pliers
Cutters
Sharpie pen and ruler
2 12mm GB
Hammer and block
#64353
96 pages
8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-435-3
UPC: 064465164356
YOU NEED
Coil beads
necklace
worth while learning how to make them as they bring a
lovely 3-D effect to your jewelry. This project is versatile
enough to make it your own by varying the size of the
mandrels and wires, the wire colors and the lengths and
number of coils. The wire gauges given here are only a
guide and I hope you will try many different permutations.
2. Cut and straighten a 6”/15cm piece
of 22 gauge/0.6mm wire. Mark 2”/5cm
from both ends. Make a U shape in the
middle using only your hands and the
natural curve of the wire. Slide your coil
up to the mark so it is centered on the
wire. Place on the knitting needle.
3. This part is a little tricky and a light
touch is required. Use both hands to
wrap the coil in opposite directions
holding only the bare copper wire and
not the coil. You will find that the coils
spread evenly all by themselves. If you
find the knitting needle is not staying in
place, wedge it between books (or even
between your knees!)
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4. After the first coil is made, you’ll
find the going gets much easier. Wrap
each end in turn until you reach the
copper wire. Make 3 tight wraps with
the wire and cut. Make 11 more. Make
11 coil link beads. Make 1 dangle using
3 ½”/9cm of wire with a spiral and an
8mm bead at one end.
You have 3 wires to play with so you can make an infinity of
different looks by varying the combinations of colors, gauges,
materials and mandrel sizes.
The three parts of
any coil bead
1. Cut 40”/1m of 26 gauge/0.4mm wire
(or work from the spool). Leaving a small
tail, make 2 or 3 anticlockwise coils to
anchor the wire. Coil the remainder of
the wire tightly clockwise. You will find
it easier to coil close to the end of the
knitting needle then pushing your work
up as you need to. Make sure you avoid
the tapered end of the needle and tighten
your coils together regularly. Make a
2”/5cm coil. Remove from the knitting
needle and cut the wires neatly.
5. To make the loop part of the toggle
clasp, cut 4”/10cm of 18 gauge/1mm
wire. Thread a 12mm GB, bend the wire
and make a loop. Thread an 8mm bead
up to the loop. Bend the wire at a right
angle.
6. Place the bead on top of the widest
part of a Sharpie pen and make a loop
round the pen. Wrap once under the
bead bringing the wire to the front.
Remove from the pen and hammer
both loops flat. Make a spiral with the
end of the wire and place centrally
under the bead.
7. To make the toggle, cut a 3 ½”/9cm
piece of 18 gauge/1mm wire. Thread a
12mm GB, bend the wire and make a
loop. Using the tip of your roundnose
pliers, bend the wire at a right angle under
the loop. Measure and mark ½”/13mm.
Place the tip of your roundnose pliers on
the mark and make a hair pin bend.
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The coil: usually the thinnest
wire which is wrapped around
a mandrel (you can use sewing
needles, larger wire gauges, nails,
knitting needles, etc.. as mandrels
depending on the effect you want
to achieve)
The inner core: this is the wire
you slip inside the finished coil to
stabilize it. It must not be too thick
or too hard as you have to work
it without tools. Always cut more
than you think you need as your
coil will stretch in size. The inner
core is also wrapped round a
mandrel and secured at both ends.
The mandrel can be a different size
from that used to make the coil.
The core wire: This last wire is put
through the coiled bead which is
now treated like any normal bead
for the purpose of attaching it to
other components.
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Contemporary Cube
Bead Designs
Stitching with herringbone, peyote,
ladder stitch, and more
Virginia Jensen
Easy to find and fun to work with,
cube beads offer a new range
of possibilities for lovers of seed
beads. Virginia uses her artistic
eye to develop subtle, fashionforward color palettes, interesting
patterns, and delightful shapes
for 25+ striking projects. Fully
illustrated techniques include
ladder, herringbone, peyote, and
step stitch — Virginia’s modified
version of St. Petersburg chain
— among others.
Contemporary
Cube Bead Designs
Stitching with Herringbone, Peyote, Ladder Stitch, and more
VIRGINIA JENSEN
Virginia
Jensen
Grand
Junction, CO
• More of what made Cube Bead Stitching
so popular
• 25+ projects showcasing the unique shape
and reflective quality of cube beads
• Perfect for advanced beginner and
intermediate beaders
NOTE
Unlike the illustration, which does not turn, you will have to turn
your work after each pass and work in the opposite direction. I’m
right handed, so I consistently work right to left.
1
Three-Bead Cuff
YOU NEED
5 gr. 1.5mm cubes
11 gr. 3mm cubes
12 gr. 2mm cubes
5-ring silver slide-lock clasp
#10 needle
10 yd. of thread
[Fig. 1, red thread] Thread
a needle on 2 yd. of thread.
Leaving a 12-in. (30cm) tail, pick
up cubes in this order by millimeter
size: 2, 3, 2, two 1.5, 2, 3, 2, two 1.5,
2, 3, 2, two 1.5, 2. Turning to the
opposite direction, *pick up a 2mm,
skip the previous 2mm, go through
the two 1.5mms; pick up a 2mm,
skip the 2mm, go through the 3mm,
repeat from *, and pick up a 2mm.
You have completed a row, consisting of a pass back and forth.
2
[Fig 2, red thread] Now you
need to turn and make the
third pass, but the last 2mm you
picked up has nothing to attach to.
You will have to make a turn into
the work to get in position. Go into
the very first 2mm, the 3mm and
the 2mm you first picked up, turn,
and go through the other 2mm, the
same 3mm, and the same 2mm.
You are exiting the first 2mm you
picked up, and this puts you in position to go into the 2mm that will
begin the third pass.
If you have even a little Goth in you, this is your bracelet. It’s bold, dark,
and has a geometric metallic pattern. I like this version – gray, black, and
silver. For a brighter look, try the blue-brown matte 2mm with metallic
dark blue 1.5mms and light gold metallic 3mms.
For a subtle look, choose colors close together, such as this bronze
combination; because some of the beads are bronze-lined, the play of light
brings out differing patterns. But you can go still further and turn this into
a multicolor fantasy by using a variety of 3mm bead colors on a background of white or neutral.
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[Fig 3, red thread] Pick up a 2mm, skip the 2mm,
and go through the 3mm; pick up a 2mm, skip the
2mm, and go through the two 1.5mms. Repeat twice.
You are at the end of a pass and need to turn, but
again you must attach the end 2mm to something.
Because there are an uneven number of beads across,
you will have to do this throughout the piece, but
only along this side. Catch the thread under the two
threads that run between the two previous 2mm along
the outside edge, and pull the new 2mm up against
the previous one. Turn, and go back into the new
2mm. You will be able to continue the pass as in steps
2 and 3.
NOTE
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[Fig 2, blue thread] *Pick up
two 1.5mms, skip the 3mm,
and go through the 2mm; pick up a
3mm, skip the two 1.5mms, and go
through the 2mm; repeat from the *
twice. You are at the end of the third
pass.
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Be sure you don’t pull this side tight or
it will curve and deform your bracelet.
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#64360
96 pages
8.25 x 10.75
100 color photos
200 illustrations
ISBN: 978-0-87116-436-0
UPC: 064465164363
$19.95
Available April 2012
Herringbone Stitch
basic techniques, advanced results
Don’t miss a stitch in this terrific series! A
detailed explanation of herringbone basics is
followed by 26 projects using flat, tubular, and
twisted tubular techniques. Beaders will also
learn how to use complementary techniques
like fringe and peyote-stitch toggle clasps to
turn herringbone stitch into beautiful necklaces,
bracelets, and earrings. The wide variety of
project styles using seed beads, pearls, crystals
and art beads guarantees something for
everyone!
•Learn additional techniques for fringe,
Third in
the Stitch
Workshop
series!
scallops, ropes, and more
• 26 updated projects from Bead&Button
magazine
• Perfect for novice beaders and those
looking for more projects in their
favorite stitch
#64544
88 pages
8.25 x 10.75
220 color photos
172 illustrations
ISBN: 978-0-87116-454-4
UPC: 064465164547
From the publisher of
Bead&Button magazine
Fall
fascination
TUBULAR HERRINGBONE
STITCH / FRINGE
gs
rrin
Bonus Ea
Stitch Workshop:
Herringbone Stitch
$17.95
Available May 2012
Copper-dipped leaves contribute an authentic
fall motif to this vine-like lariat
designed by Babette Borsani
Free-form fringe clusters disguise a branching herringbone rope
— a stylishly practical way to taper the thickness of the lariat.
stepbystep
Lariat
Herringbone rope
seed beads, 80s, and 110 seed beads to
create a bumpy texture in the rope
(photo a). End and add thread (Basics)
as needed.
[1] On a comfortable length of thread,
[4] When the herringbone rope is
use 80 seed beads to work a row of
ladder stitch (Basics, p. 88) eight beads
long, leaving a 6-in. (15cm) tail. Join the
ends of the ladder to form a ring
(Basics), and exit the first bead.
[2] Working in tubular herringbone stitch
(Basics), stitch five rounds using 80s.
[3] Continue stitching rounds using 60
about 7 in. (18cm) long, reduce the
four-stitch rope to a three-stitch rope:
Begin by adding two beads for the
first stitch. Skip two columns, and
sew up through the top 80 in the
following stack (photo b). Work two
more stitches to complete the round.
You will return to the two columns you
skipped to stitch a branch after you
have completed the herringbone rope.
[5] Continue stitching three-stitch
rounds for 3–5 in. (7.6–13cm). Reduce
the three-stitch rope to a two-stitch rope
as in step 4.
[6] Continue stitching two-stitch
rounds for another 9 in. (23cm).
[7] Repeat steps 3–6 to complete the
other half of the herringbone rope.
Branches
[1] Add a new thread near a point
where you reduced the beadwork from
four stitches to three, and exit a bead in
the skipped stitch. This stitch will be
referred to as the base stitch.
[2] Pick up four 80s, and sew through
both beads of the base stitch to form a
ring (photo c), then sew through the
first bead just added. This ring will be
the basis for a new herringbone tube.
a
[3] Pick up two 80s, and sew through
Dripping with an abundance of coppercoated leaves, this lovely lariat is the
perfect autumn accessory.
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d
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Stitch Workshop
MAY 2012
Unconventional
Chain Mail Jewelry
Unconventional
Laura Poplin
Chain Mail Jewelry
Laura Poplin’s hybrid style of
jewelry is easy and fun to make.
Her versatile approach uses
chain mail not just as the focal
point of jewelry, but also as an
unexpected accent to pearls,
metals, and even leather. A
technique tutorial opens each
chapter and covers five basic
weaves: Euro 4-in-1, Unbalanced
Euro 4-in-1, Byzantine, Japanese
variations, and Chrysanthemum.
Textured Metal | Dyed Leather | Beads | Wire
Laura
Poplin
Vandalia,
OH
• Provides a substantial tools and
materials section
•Has crossover appeal to beaders,
Laura Poplin
wireworkers, and metalworkers
• Features accessible materials, clear
instructions, and detailed photos
Euro 4-in-1
Lyon
earrings
The Lyon Earrings feature a textured metal teardrop shape.
I used a rolling mill, but you can use any of the texturing
methods to create a surface you like.
Materials
Sterling silver jump rings:
• 21-gauge 3⁄32" (110)
• 2 21⁄2" pieces 20-gauge sterling silver wire
• 4 20-gauge 3.5mm sterling silver jump rings
24-gauge sterling silver sheet, 1x 2"
3mm beads or pearls (18)
Silver headpins with balled heads (18)
Pair of sterling silver earring wires
#64339
112 pages
8 x 8.875
200 color photos
20 illustrations
ISBN: 978-0-87116-433-9
UPC: 064465164332
Tools
Chain mail/wirework toolkit
Metalwork toolkits:
Cutting/filing
Forming
Finishing
Sharpie marker
•
•
•
SheeT MeTal ShapeS
Chain Mail
Cut two teardrop shapes from the
silver sheet using the template. Create
the texture of your choice and add
patina. Smooth and finish the shapes.
Make a triangle as shown in the
Euro 4-in-1 tutorial. Repeat with the
second earring.
Drill one hole at the top of the
teardrop and two holes as shown on
the template. Use a dapping block to
lightly dome the shapes.
ConneCTionS
Cut the wire into two equal pieces.
Using roundnose pliers, make a
1½-rotation spiral at one end of
a 2.5mm wire. Using your fingers,
create a gentle curve in the wire as
shown. Slide nine of the 21-gauge
3/32” rings onto the wire, and
spiral the other end. Repeat with
the other wire.
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the metal shapes.
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BeaD DanGleS
Place a bead on a headpin, and
make a wrapped-loop dangle,
attaching it to the chain mail triangle
as shown. Repeat to attach all nine
beads to each triangle. Attach the
earring wires through the holes on the
tops of the teardrop shapes.
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Metal
Magic
JUNE 2012
Metal Magic:
How to Etch, Pierce,
Enamel, and Set
Striking Jewelry
Kim St. Jean
Step inside Kim St. Jean’s
workshop as she teaches
advanced-beginner to
intermediate jewelry makers
how to create 30 mixed-metal
and mixed-media projects.
Kim’s clear, conversational style
teaches readers to build color
with enameling, add detail with
etching, create unique settings for
unusual components, and more.
HOW TO
Etch, Pierce,
Enamel,
and Set
Striking Jewelry
Kim St. Jean
Little River,
SC
• Projects focus on the process
as well as the finished product
• Provides inspiration for expanding basic
metalworking skills
Kim St.Jean
•Helpful tips, tricks, and marketing advice
also included
techniques:
piercing, enameling
Bless Her Little
Steampunk Heart!
tools
piercing tools
enameling tools
ball peen hammer
dapping block
materials
vintage watch gears
22-gauge copper sheet
28-gauge steel wire
opaque enameling powders
20-gauge sterling silver wire
rubber cement
1
Prepare the hearts
2
1. Cut the copper sheet into two 1
#64933
112 pages
8.25 x 10.75
350 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-493-3
UPC: 064465164936
x 3-in. rectangels. Draw two 1-in.
hearts on a sheet of paper. Cut
them out and glue onto the copper
with rubber cement (1).
2. With a jeweler’s saw, pierce the
hearts from the metal (2).
3. Use a ball peen hammer to tex-
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ture each heart (3,4).
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4. Use a coarse sanding sponge to
blunt all edges.
5. Dome each heart slightly with a
wooden dapping block.
6. Punch a 1.8mm hole in each
hump at the top of the hearts (5).
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5
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JUNE 2012
Classic Style,
Fresh Look
60 Jewelry Designs
to Make and Wear
Irina Miech
Classic and contemporary —
love them both in Irina Miech’s
amazing new book! Using the
same technique, Irina creates two
distinctly different styles for each
project. See how designs with
pearls, crystals, and gemstones
are re-created with vintage
components, steampunk findings,
and more. This ultimate “2 for 1”
value allows jewelry makers to
explore their individual style with
every project.
Irina Miech
Brookfield,
WI
•All-new designs from this best-selling
jewelry artist
• 30 classic styles and 30 “fresh” variations
— 60 projects in all
• Simple stringing and wirework techniques
appeal to all skill levels
Materials
10 11 mm square CZs
3 12 mm x 8 mm CZ drops
Bail
Toggle clasp
18 square filigree components
64 3 mm Swarovski round crystal beads
2 sterling silver ear wires
28 gauge craft wire
58 4 mm aluminum jump rings
Magic
Gems Set
Fresh Look
I love the possibilities of the stacked components in these designs. When I used clear CZs
as the central elements, the resulting jewelry had a bright, sparkling clarity and looked
polished and formal. For the fresh look variation, I decided to frame a single component
and make it a centerpiece. I started with a CZ in a darker color, and I chose a gunmetal ring
as a frame because of the contrast in the shape as well as the color of the metal. I also used
a ribbon with variegated charcoal tones which reflects the color of the ring, and also gives it
a casual yet elegant look.
Tools and Supplies
Chainnose pliers
Flatnose pliers
Side cutters
$21.95
Available June 2012
1. Wrap the end of the 8-in.
wire around the interior side
of loop number one of the
filigree component.
2. Hold the stone firmly on
top of the filigree component and string the wire from
loop 1 to loop 6 over the
top of the stone from front
to back.
3. String the wire from loop
6 through loop 4 from back
to front.
4. Continue stringing using
this pattern until you have
made a complete square
and your wire is going
through loop 3 front to back.
5. Start the second square by
stringing the wire from loop 3
through loop 2, back to front.
6. String the wire from loop
2 to loop 6, front to back.
7. Continue this pattern until
you have made the second
square.
8. Trim the wire and tuck it
in toward the stone using
chainnose pliers.
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Easy
Beading
JULY 2012
Easy Beading Vol. 8
The newest volume in this collectible series
features 80+ of the best designs from the
eighth year of Bead Style magazine. Multiple
projects provide maximum value for beaders.
Simple stringing and wirework techniques
produce fast and fashionable necklaces,
bracelets, and earrings using pearls, crystals,
gemstones, mixed media, and more. A
thorough, illustrated Beader’s Glossary and
Basics section guarantee great results right
from the start!
Vol. 8
Fast. Fashionable. Fun.
•An outstanding value with 80+ fast,
fashionable, and fun projects
•A wide variety of design styles using
simple stringing and wirework techniques
• Perfect for the beginner or those looking
to make a quick project or gift
#64810
256 pages
8.25 x 10.75
Hardcover
1000 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-481-0
UPC: 064465164813
From the publisher of
BeadStyle magazine
$29.95
Available July 2012
My personal
COLOR
color A
color B
color C
quest
A faux verdigris patina
is dominant in this
set’s color scheme
by Jane Konkel
For balanced
color, use one
shade in larger
amounts.
I decided to launch my own personal color-mixing challenge. I’m very fond of
Paloma Antigua’s distressed metal charms so I chose mint as my main color. Then I
consulted a color wheel to help me choose the other three.
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1
necklace • Trim the head from
a head pin. Make a plain loop
(Basics, p. xx). String a spacer, a
rectangle bead, and a spacer.
Make a plain loop. Make two
rectangle bead units.
On a head pin, string a spacer
and a color A rondelle. Make a
plain loop. Make 17 to 25 color A
units, three color B units, and three
color C units.
Cut a 5½-in. (14 cm) and a
7-in. (18 cm) piece of leaf
chain. Cut two 12–14-in. (30–36 cm)
pieces of flat cable chain. Cut
two nine-link pieces of flat-cable
chain and three three-link pieces
of leaf chain.
2
Open the loop (Basics) of a
color B unit and attach an end
link of a nine-link chain. Close the
loop. Attach a color C unit to the
fifth link from the top.
Use a 4 mm jump ring to
attach a 60 mm leaf pendant,
the nine-link chain from step 3,
and a three-link leaf chain. Close
the jump ring. Make another
embellished leaf, reversing the
color of the bead units.
4
Use a 6 mm jump ring to attach
a three-link leaf chain and a
bird pendant.
Use a 4 mm jump ring to attach
the bird-pendant dangle to the
center link of the 7-in. (18 cm) leaf
chain.
5
About 2 in. (5 cm) from each
end of the 7-in. (18 cm) leaf
chain, use a 4 mm jump ring to
attach a leaf-pendant dangle.
7
Attach eight to 12 color A units
to each chain as desired. Use
a 4 mm jump ring to attach each
loop of a rectangle bead unit,
one end of each leaf chain, and
each end of a 12–14-in. (30–36 cm)
flat cable chain. Repeat on the
other side.
8
Use a 4 mm jump ring to attach
the center link of a cable chain
and a lobster claw clasp.
On the center link of the other
cable chain, attach three to six
6 mm jump rings. String a leaf
(leftover from the cut chain), a
color A unit, and a leaf before
attaching the final jump ring.
Use 6 mm jump rings to attach
the remaining charms to the
7-in. (18 cm) leaf chain. Attach a
color B and a color C unit to the
center link of the 5½-in. (14 cm)
leaf chain.
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6
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Simply Stylish
Crystal Jewelry
Crystal
Jewelry
JULY 2012
Simply Stylish
This is the must-have resource for beginners
who want their jewelry to sparkle! Easy
stringing and wirework techniques produce
31 treasured designs from the pages of Bead
Style magazine. An eclectic mix of styles from
a wide variety of artisans ensures something
for every taste and budget. Using bicones,
rondelles, teardrops, stars, leaves, and more,
readers will invest minimal time to create
fashionable styles with maximum impact.
• 31 projects in 88 pages — an
incredible value
• Pair crystals with chain, illusion
wire, jump rings, cord, and more
• Includes a helpful feature on the
shapes and sizes of crystals
#64452
88 pages
8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-445-2
UPC: 064465164455
From the publisher of BeadStyle magazine
$17.95
Available July 2012
Finger
String each crystal on a head
pin. Make the first half of a
wrapped loop above each
crystal (Basics, p. 106).
1
Attach a crystal unit to one
of the outer loops on the
ring form. Complete the wraps.
3
Repeat steps 2 and 3 on the
second row of the ring form.
If using multiple crystal colors,
alternate the order in which you
attach them to each loop. ✤
Attach a crystal unit to each
of the remaining loops on
one row of the ring form. Attach
a second crystal unit to each
loop in that row. Attach a third
crystal unit, then a fourth, to
each loop. Complete the wraps.
2
4
fir ewo rks
SupplyList
Ring in the New Year with this kinetic sparkler
Who says New Year’s resolutions have to be drudgery? Resolve to use up your leftover
crystals, practice your wrapped loops, and just get more movement into your day.
Making this quick and easy ring lets you check all three off your list. Your reward for
this industriousness? A ring that captures the light — as well as the oohs and ahhs —
when the crystals sway with every movement of your hand.
Contact Sue and Gail
in care of BeadStyle.
EDITOR’S TIP
Try this design with tiny pearls
for a soft, elegant glow. Or
substitute several 3mm beads
for added interest.
• 32 4mm crystals
• eight-loop ring form
(Midwest Bead, 262-7817670, midwestbeads.com)
• 32 1½-in. (3.8cm) head
pins
• chainnose and
roundnose pliers
• diagonal wire cutters
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Beginners
books
ABCs of Beading
Discover Beading
One-Hour Beading
Tips & Techniques
#12262
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
55 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-430-2
UPC: 064465122622
$7.95
Copyright: 2003
#12344
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
80 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-684-9
UPC: 064465123445
$7.95
Copyright: 2007
#62393
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
370 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-239-7
UPC: 064465162390
$19.95
Copyright: 2006
Get Started Beading
How to Bead
#62199
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
230 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-219-9
UPC: 064465162192
$19.95
Copyright: 2005
#12305
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
75 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-493-7
UPC: 064465123056
$7.95
Copyright: 2005
#12263
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
64 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-433-3
UPC: 064465122639
$7.95
Copyright: 2003
The Absolute Beginners Guide Series
The Absolute Beginners Guide:
Making Metal Clay Jewelry
The Absolute Beginners Guide:
Making Wire Jewelry
The Absolute Beginners Guide:
Stitching Beaded Jewelry
The Absolute Beginners Guide:
Stringing Beaded Jewelry
#64315
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
350 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-431-5
UPC: 064465164318
$21.95
Copyright: 2011
#64353
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-435-3
UPC: 064465164356
$21.95
Copyright: 2012
#64124
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
210 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-412-4
UPC: 064465164127
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
#62991
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-299-1
UPC: 064465162994
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
Cindy Pankopf
Martine Callaghan
Lesley Weiss
Karin Buckingham
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Stitching
Artistic Seed Bead Jewelry
Maggie Roschyk
#64292
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
220 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-429-2
UPC: 064465164295
$21.95
Copyright: 2011
Contemporary Cube Bead
Designs
Virginia Jensen
#64360
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
100 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-436-0
UPC: 064465164363
$19.95
Copyright: 2012
Easy Bead Stitches: Netting
#12338
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
35 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-678-8
UPC: 064465123384
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
14 l
Bead Crochet
#12272
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
50 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-448-7
UPC: 064465122721
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
Bead Tube Jewelry
Nancy Zellers
#64179
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
90 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-417-9
UPC: 064465164172
$19.95
Copyright: 2011
Cube Bead Stitching
Crystal Brilliance
#62816
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-281-6
UPC: 064465162819
$19.95
Copyright: 2009
#62953
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
150 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-295-3
UPC: 064465162956
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
Virginia Jensen
Easy Bead-Woven Bracelets
#12266
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
70 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-439-5
UPC: 064465122660
$7.95
Copyright: 2004
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Anna Elizabeth Draeger
Easy Knotting
#12332
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
85 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-642-9
UPC: 064465123322
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
Beaded Macramé Jewelry
#12285
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
87 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-463-0
UPC: 064465122851
$7.95
Copyright: 2005
Easy Bead Stitches: Brick Stitch
#12341
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
40 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-681-8
UPC: 064465123414
$7.95
Copyright: 2007
Endless Sparkle
Aimee Carpenter
#64223
96 pages • 8 x 8.875
70 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-422-3
UPC: 064465164226
$19.95
Copyright: 2011
Seed Bead Stitching
More Seed Bead Stitching
#62526
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-252-6
UPC: 064465162529
$19.95
Copyright: 2007
#62908
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-290-8
UPC: 064465162901
$19.95
Copyright: 2009
Beth Stone
Seed Bead Jewelry
#12284
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
32 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-462-3
UPC: 064465122844
$7.95
Copyright: 2005
Beth Stone
Seed Bead Savvy
#62385
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-238-0
UPC: 064465162383
$19.95
Copyright: 2006
Making Crystal Jewelry
Seed Bead Chains
The Art of Bead Embroidery
The Big Book of Beading
Patterns
#12304
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
60 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-492-0
UPC: 064465123049
$7.95
Copyright: 2005
Sherry Serafini and Heidi Kummli
#62434
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-243-4
UPC: 064465162437
$21.95
Copyright: 2007
#12277
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
50 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-453-1
UPC: 064465122776
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
#64247
144 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
119 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-424-7
UPC: 064465164240
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
Your Seed Bead Style
#62847
88 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
184 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-284-7
UPC: 064465162840
$17.95
Copyright: 2010
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Stitch Workshop Series
Stitch Workshop: Herringbone
Stitch
#64544
88 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
220 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-454-4
UPC: 064465164547
$17.95
Copyright: 2012
Stitch Workshop: Peyote Stitch
#64230
80 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
171 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-423-0
UPC: 064465164233
$17.95
Copyright: 2011
Stitch Workshop: Right-Angle
Weave
#64551
88 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
180 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-455-1
UPC: 064465164554
$17.95
Copyright: 2011
WIRE
Bead and Wire Jewelry
#12278
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
50 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-454-8
UPC: 064465122783
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
Complete Guide to Making
Wire Jewelry
#62540
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
350 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-254-0
UPC: 064465162543
$21.95
Copyright: 2007
16 l
Beautiful Wire Jewelry for Beaders
Irina Miech
#62649
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
500 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-264-9
UPC: 064465162642
$21.95
Copyright: 2009
Elegant Earrings
#12267
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
70 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-440-1
UPC: 064465122677
$7.95
Copyright: 2004
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Beautiful Wire Jewelry for
Beaders 2
Irina’s Inspirations for Jewelry
Irina Miech
Irina Miech
#64025
112 pages • 8.5 x 10
350+ color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-402-5
UPC: 064465164028
$21.95
Copyright: 2011
Get Started with Wire Jewelry
Inspired Wire
#64186
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-418-6
UPC: 064465164189
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
#62342
56 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-234-2
UPC: 064465162345
$12.95
Copyright: 2005
Cynthia Wuller
#62564
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-256-4
UPC: 064465162567
$21.95
Copyright: 2008
Jewelry for the New Romantic
Lacy Wire Jewelry
#64278
80 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-427-8
UPC: 064465164271
$19.95
Copyright: 2011
#62939
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-293-9
UPC: 064465162932
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
Nealey Patel
Melody MacDuffee
Silver Threads
Spotlight on Wire
#62210
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-221-2
UPC: 064465162215
$22.95
Copyright: 2006
#64377
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-437-7
UPC: 064465164370
$21.95
Copyright: 2011
Jeanne Rhodes-Moen
Making Wire Jewelry
#12261
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-431-9
UPC: 064465122615
$7.95
Copyright: 2003
Show Your Colors
Jamie Hogsett and Sara Hardin Oehler
#64582
96 pages • 8.5 x 10
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-711-8
UPC: 064465164585
$19.95
Copyright: 2012
Melissa Cable
CHAIN MAIL
Classic Chain Mail Jewelry
Sue Ripsch
#64070
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
500 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-407-0
UPC: 064465164073
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
Creative Chain Mail Jewelry
#64216
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
250 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-421-6
UPC: 064465164219
$19.95
Copyright: 2011
Unconventional Chain Mail
Jewelry
Laura Poplin
#64339
112 pages • 8 x 8.875
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-433-9
UPC: 064465164332
$21.95
Copyright: 2012
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METAL CLAY
Enameling on Metal Clay:
Innovative Jewelry Projects
Pam East
#62458
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-245-8
UPC: 064465162451
$19.95
Copyright: 2007
Metal Clay Rings
Irina Miech
#62786
96 pages • 8 x 8.875
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-278-6
UPC: 064465162789
$19.95
Copyright: 2010
METALWORK
Metal Magic: How to Etch, Pierce,
Enamel, and Set Striking Jewelry
Kim St. Jean
#64933
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
350 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-493-3
UPC: 064465164936
$21.95
Copyright: 2012
Mixed Metal Mania
Soldering Made Simple
#64162
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
600 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-416-2
UPC: 064465164165
$21.95
Copyright: 2011
#64063
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-406-3
UPC: 064465164066
$21.95
Copyright: 2010
Kim St. Jean
Joe Silvera
ALSO AVAILABLE:
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STRINGING
A Year in Earrings
#62960
88 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
714 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-296-0
UPC: 064465162963
$17.95
Copyright: 2009
18 l
Big & Bold
#62861
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-286-1
UPC: 064465162864
$19.95
Copyright: 2009
Kalmbach Publishing Co. • Pursue Your Passion
Chic&Easy Beading
#12265
144 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-438-8
UPC: 064465122653
$21.95
Copyright: 2004
Chic&Easy Beading Vol. 2
#62253
144 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-225-0
UPC: 064465162253
$21.95
Copyright: 2006
Chic&Easy Beading Vol. 3
#62779
144 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
426 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-277-9
UPC: 064465162772
$21.95
Copyright: 2009
Jewelry Designs from Nature
Heather Powers
#64285
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
200 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-428-5
UPC: 064465164288
$19.95
Copyright: 2011
Classic Style, Fresh Look
Irina Miech
#64575
112 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-457-5
UPC: 064465164578
$21.95
Copyright: 2012
Jewelry in a Flash
#62687
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
300 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-268-7
UPC: 064465162680
$19.95
Copyright: 2009
Easy Bracelets and Earrings
Easy Strung Jewelry
Jewelry Just for You
Making Elegant Jewelry for
Special Occasions
#12331
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
80 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-418-0
UPC: 064465123315
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
#62618
96 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
400 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-261-8
UPC: 064465162611
$19.95
Copyright: 2008
#12279
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
50 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-455-5
UPC: 064465122790
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
#64254
80 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
346 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-425-4
UPC: 064465164257
$17.95
Copyright: 2010
Simply Stringing
#12328
16 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
75 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-89024-638-2
UPC: 064465123285
$7.95
Copyright: 2006
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EASY BEADING SERIES
Easy Beading
Easy Beading Vol. 2
Easy Beading Vol. 3
Easy Beading Vol. 4
Easy Beading Vol. 5
Easy Beading Vol. 6
Easy Beading Vol. 7
Easy Beading Vol. 8
Creative Beading Vol. 3
Creative Beading Vol. 4
Creative Beading Vol. 5
#62172
256 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
1000 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-217-5
UPC: 064465162178
$29.95
Copyright: 2005
#62885
256 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
1000 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-288-5
UPC: 064465162888
$29.95
Copyright: 2009
#62261
256 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
1000 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-226-7
UPC: 064465162260
$29.95
Copyright: 2006
#62915
256 pages • 8.25 x 10.75
1100 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-87116-291-5
UPC: 064465162918
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Jewelry in a Flash................................................62687
Chic&Easy Beading Vol. 3....................................62779
Metal Clay Rings..................................................62786
Cube Bead Stitching.............................................62816
Artful Polymer Clay..............................................62823
Beaded Ornaments for the Holidays and Beyond.62830
Your Seed Bead Style...........................................62847
Big & Bold............................................................62861
Easy Beading Vol. 5..............................................62885
Creative Beading Vol. 4........................................62892
More Seed Bead Stitching....................................62908
Easy Beading Vol. 6 . ...........................................62915
Creative Beading Vol. 5........................................62922
Lacy Wire Jewelry................................................62939
Perfectly Paired: Designing Jewelry with
Polymer and Metal Clays...................................62946
Crystal Brilliance..................................................62953
A Year in Earrings.................................................62960
Simply Stylish Chain & Metal Jewelry..................62977
The Absolute Beginners Guide: Stringing
Beaded Jewelry................................................62991
Beading Across America......................................64001
Making Mixed Media Art Charms & Jewelry........64018
Irina’s Inspirations for Jewelry:.............................64025
Create Colorful Aluminum Jewelry.......................64049
Soldering Made Simple........................................64063
Classic Chain Mail Jewelry...................................64070
Patterns in Polymer . ...........................................64094
The Absolute Beginners Guide: Stitching
Beaded Jewelry................................................64124
The Venetian Glass Bead...................................64155
Mixed Metal Mania...............................................64162
Bead Tube Jewelry...............................................64179
Beautiful Wire Jewelry for Beaders 2...................64186
Creative Beading Vol. 6........................................64193
Easy Beading Vol. 7..............................................64209
Creative Chain Mail Jewelry.................................64216
Endless Sparkle...................................................64223
Stitch Workshop: Peyote Stitch............................64230
The Big Book of Beading Patterns........................64247
Making Elegant Jewelry for Special Occasions....64254
Polymer Pizzazz 2................................................64261
Jewelry for the New Romantic.............................64278
Jewelry Designs from Nature . ............................64285
Artistic Seed Bead Jewelry..................................64292
The Absolute Beginners Guide: Making
Metal Clay Jewelry............................................64315
Unconventional Chain Mail Jewelry......................64339
The Absolute Beginners Guide: Making Wire
Jewelry............................................................64353
Contemporary Cube Bead Designs..................64360
Spotlight on Wire..................................................64377
Simply Stylish Crystal Jewelry.........................64452
Stitch Workshop: Herringbone Stitch..............64544
Stitch Workshop: Right-Angle Weave...................64551
Classic Style, Fresh Look..................................64575
Show Your Colors...............................................64582
Easy Beading Vol. 8...........................................64810
Metal Magic: How to Etch, Pierce, Enamel, and
Set Striking Jewelry.......................................64933
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