Complete Guide to Making Wire Jewelry

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Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871167980
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Readers will learn to make wire jewelry like pros with this collection of more than 20 projects from the pages of Art Jewelry magazine. Readers can learn basic wireworking tools and techniques and practice skills including coiling, wire weaving, chain mail, wrapping, and making cold connections to create necklaces, rings, bracelets, and more. A great book for jewelry makers of all skill levels.

The Complete Guide to Making Wire Jewelry

Author: Wing Mun Devenney
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9781438006550
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A professional jewelry designer and teacher offers design ideas, instruction on the use of jigs, mandrels, and spiral makers, repetitive patterns for jewelry chains and sets, step-by-step guidance for 12 projects, including earrings, bangles, bracelets, necklaces, and much more.

The Complete Guide to Making Wire Jewellery

Author: Wing Mun Devenney
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ISBN: 9781782212713
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Wire is a wonderful material for making jewellery: versatile, forgiving of beginners, and available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colours. This book shows you how to combine wire with other materials such as crystals, beads, stones, leather, and cords; as well as how to exploit wire's manipulative qualities to wrap, bend, form, twist, weave, knot, and knit.

The Absolute Beginners Guide Making Wire Jewelry

Author: Martine Callaghan
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 0871164353
Format: PDF, ePub
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Get wrapped up in The Absolute Beginners Guide: Making Wire Jewelry, the fourth book in the successful Absolute Beginners Guide series. This user-friendly wireworking primer takes readers through the basics of wire types, tools, findings and more. Then it's on to progressive, fun-to-make projects designed to teach fundamental techniques and build confidence every step of the way. Wireworkers will learn how to open and close jump rings, make head pins and earring wires, create wire spirals, wrap, coil, and more! Variations for each project give readers the chance to experiment with many techniques. Aspiring wireworkers will learn, practice, and reinforce skills with a rewarding result: fun, wearable wire jewelry!

Making Wire Jewelry

Author: Martine Callaghan
Publisher: Kalmbach Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780871164353
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Get wrapped up in The Absolute Beginners Guide: Making Wire Jewelry, the fourth book in the successful Absolute Beginners Guide series. This user-friendly wireworking primer takes readers through the basics of wire types, tools, findings and more. Then it's on to progressive, fun-to-make projects designed to teach fundamental techniques and build confidence every step of the way. Wireworkers will learn how to open and close jump rings, make head pins and earring wires, create wire spirals, wrap, coil, and more! Variations for each project give readers the chance to experiment with many techniques. Aspiring wireworkers will learn, practice, and reinforce skills with a rewarding result: fun, wearable wire jewelry!

Lacy Wire Jewelry

Author: Melody MacDuffee
Publisher: Kalmbach Books
ISBN: 1627000747
Format: PDF, Mobi
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While the market has many books on solid, chunky wirework, there are few that teach lacy, intricate wirework done without soldering or casting. Melody’s work is airy and lacy, and while the techniques may be similar to traditional wirework, the results are unique. With step-by-step written directions, photos, and illustrations, this book presents more intermediate level techniques on how to make classic necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, pendants, pins, and hair jewelry.

Origami

Author: Michael G. Lafosse
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788863122732
Format: PDF, ePub
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Silver Jewelry Making An Easy Complete Step by Step Guide

Author: Janet Evans
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1628840773
Format: PDF, ePub
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Wearing jewelry is essential to helping women developed their own style. For women wishing to create a look that's unique, the last thing they'll want to invest money in is mass produced pieces of jewelry. It's for this reason alone, learning the skills needed for making silver jewelry could prove extremely beneficial. When it comes to making such pieces you need to know where to purchase the right kinds of supplies. In this book not only do we discuss what's needed to start your own silver jewelry making venture but also provide several projects you may want to try out. We also recommend you attend a silver jewelry-making course if you can as well. If you're having problems finding courses we highly recommend you look online for what you need. You may even find an online course that enables you to learn in the comfort of your own home. As a beginner, the kind of course you should be looking for is one, which covers the basics. The kinds of skills this course should be teaching you relate to soldering cutting, shaping and texturing the silver plus polishing it. Also look for courses that teach you skills such as making jump rings, hooks and clasps for earrings. Finally what you should be looking for in a course is one that'll allow you to make a number of different pieces of jewelry from silver. The actual process of turning a piece of silver into a piece of jewelry is not only very technical, but also allows your artistic side to flourish. Once you've finished making silver jewelry either for yourself or for someone else, can prove extremely satisfying, especially as you watch the piece develop and grow.

Ringe

Author: Jinks McGrath
Publisher: A & C Black
ISBN: 9783258065540
Format: PDF, Docs
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Ringe sind beliebt und werden von Frauen wie Männern gerne getragen. Die meisten Schmuckkünstler/innen haben sich deshalb in irgendeiner Form mit Ringen auseinander gesetzt. In diesem Buch zeigt Jinks McGrath die geschichtliche und symbolische Bedeutung von Ringen auf, bevor sie sich den aktuellen Goldschmiedetechniken für Ringformen, Fassungen, Dekorationen oder Oberflächenstrukturen zuwendet. Die Eigenschaften verschiedener Metalle und die geeigneten Techniken wie Löten, Ausglühen, Schmieden oder Giessen werden anhand konkreter Beispiele Schritt für Schritt praktiziert. Dabei konzentriert sich die Autorin auf schlichte Modelle, die nach individuellem Geschmack weiterentwickelt werden können. Inspirationen liefert der Galerieteil im Anhang, der Werke von internationalen Künstler/innen präsentiert. Ausserdem hilft eine Übersichtstabelle bei der Auswahl des passenden Edelsteins.