Friday, January 3, 2014


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From the single strand and pendant to the Lariat and Sautoir, beading expert Dorothy Wood brings ten timeless necklace styles up-to-date in this stunning guide. A variety of complementary accessory projects including rings, watchstraps, bracelets, earrings and more are offered in addition to more than 35 striking necklace designs. A creative gallery accompanies each style for added inspiration. Clear photography, step-by-step instructions and design ideas allow you to enjoy the art of necklace making.

The results are amazing and quickly achievable, especially with this stunningly photographed introduction to the craft. In addition to the thorough motif dictionary, which serves as a helpful reference to turn to again and again, it showcases more than 20 skill-building projects.

A Bead in Time features;
~35 exquisite jewelry projects inspired by personal memories and experiences serve as a basis for creating new looks.
~Beautiful designs suitable for beaders of all experience levels. Unique stringing techniques - from wire wrapping to the peyote stitch - are explained in clear, easy-to-follow steps.
~Get Inspired! sections offer suggestions for designing pieces based on your personal memories. 


Elegant, sparkling, vibrant and truly exquisite - create your own stunning crystal jewelry with this stylish project collection

~Presents over 30 step-by-step projects made with Swarovski Elements, including Swarovski Beads, Pendants, Flat Backs and Crystal Pearls, in seemingly endless different shapes, sizes, colors and effects

~Expertly blends the crystals with other beautiful beads and jewelry findings; techniques such as wirework and bead stitching produce distinctively designer results

~Inspires with necklaces, bracelets, earrings and accessories presented in dazzling colorways with themes.

In Bead and Wire Jewelry Exposed, well-known designers Katie Hacker, Fernando DaSilva and Margot Potter offer over 50 high-fashion jewelry pieces made using unique techniques that reveal typically hidden components such as beading wire, cording, findings, tubing and chain as the central focus of the design. While the pieces may look complex, the techniques are simple enough for beginners - yet sophisticated enough for the veteran jewelry crafter. A comprehensive getting started section provides information on the supplies, tools and techniques you'll need to make all of the projects in the book.

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