WHIMSICALNQUIRKY WIRE JEWELRY WORKSHOP
handmade wire jewelry making workshops MALAYSIA
WIRE JEWELRY WORKSHOPS
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Bead & Button - APRIL 2010 (available)
inclusive of delivery/shipping and handling
Bearded iris pendant
Combine polymer clay with metal clay in the project straight out of
Perfectly Paired: Designing Jewelry with Polymer and Metal Clays.
By Merle Berelowitz
Stitch a herringbone band to a fabric-covered cuff and add a bright bloom of fringe.
A curvy peyote rope, tubular herringbone, and short fringe offer a variety of design possibilities.
All the hoop-la
Make a necklace of wirework links, sandwiched jump rings, and gemstone dangles.
By Michelle Skobel
Embellish two lines of fire-polished beads for a bracelet of right-angle weave.
La crème de la crème
By Ann Dee Allen
fans choose their 10 favorite teachers who in turn share 101 expert jewelry-making tips.
By Antonio A. Calles
Learn to increase, decrease, and turn in peyote stitch while making a lifelike butterfly pin.
Do the twist
Braid a bracelet of herringbone ropes accented by crystal inclusions.
Brick-stitch blossoming bracts and attach a pair of ropes in a floral necklace.
Create a necklace with free-form peyote to unite three different art beads.
Assimilating the surreal
By Sheila Llanas
Laura McCabe profile
Ropes and rings
Make this bracelet from a network of peyote rings filled with bezeled rivolis and strands of pearls.
Get to the point
Work in daisy chain to connect daggers, drops, and rose monteés in a necklace.
Carve out a niche with metal clay
Use small gouging tools to carve metal clay rings for a pair of fancy earrings.
Flowers and lace
Embellish a triangle stitch base to make a gently draping floral bib.
Stitch crystals into ice formations in a right-angle weave necklace.
Wire-wrap gemstone beads and wire loops onto a flowing earring frame
Texture a polymer clay pendant, then apply metal-leaf foil and color.
By Julia Gerlach
Set off a stone ring into a bracelet of copper chain and earthy beads.
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