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Compendium of Jewellery Making Techniques

Author : Xuella Arnold
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This title packs in the combined wisdom of two writer-educators who are consumate problem-solvers when it comes to jewellery making. Together they show the reader how to fix common screw-ups, try out new creative techniques, get more skilled at familiar methods, improvise tools and discover ways to save money, such as recycling gold and other precious metal scraps.

350 Jewellery Making Tips Techniques and Trade Secrets

Author : Sara Withers
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This book packs in thecombined wisdom of two writer-educators who are consummate problem solvers whenit comes to jewellery making. Together they show the reader how to fix commonscrew-ups, try out new creative techniques, get more skilled at familiarmethods, improvise tools and discover ways to save money, such as recyclinggold and other precious metal scraps. From beading to setting a stone,understanding annealing to soldering your own silver chain, you can rifflethrough the book, experimenting with new innovations to create your uniquejewellery designs. Packedwith over 200 expert fixes, insider tips, and tricks of the trade, content isarranged by topic to enable any jewellery maker to achieve a striking andprofessional look to their earrings, necklaces, rings, and more. A must havefor anyone who makes their own jewellery, whether at beginner or intermediatelevel.

Practical Jewellery Making Techniques

Author : Stephen O'Keeffe
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Presenting an overview of the core jewellery-making techniques, this book provideseasier and often cheaper alternative solutions for achieving the sameresults as traditional techniques. Each chapter is packed withunique (and money-saving) tips.

The Encyclopedia of Wire Jewelry Techniques

Author : Sara Withers
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Contains all you need to know to create unusual and striking jewerly.

All New Compendium of Card Making Techniques

Author : Various
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Each section of this inspiring book provides full information about the materials and techniques need for a particular cardmaking craft, followed by step-by-step demonstrations showing how to make beautiful greetings cards. The crafts covered include card and thread, quilling, watercolour, silk ribbon embroidery, beading and using glitter.

Jewellery Making Techniques Book

Author : Elizabeth Oliver
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Jewellery Making Techniques Book

Author : Elizabeth Olver
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Jewellery Making

Author : Jinks McGrath
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This is a complete course in designing and making jewellery. Carefully structured tutorials guide you through every stage of the process, revealing how to translate inspired ideas into workable, wearable designs, and you'll find professional advice on presenting and selling your work. Learn about tools, equipment and safe working practices; how to build an inspirations file; select suitable materials and transfer your designs; work with precious and semi-precious stones, metals, glass, plastic, resin and wood. Clear, step-by-step photographs demonstrate all the techniques you will need, at-a-glance panels explain the effect that different techniques have on a variety of metals, and practical exercises provide guidance in tricky skills - with ideas for trying these out on inexpensive substitutes before using your chosen materials.

Silver Jewellery Making

Author : Machi de Waard
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Silver Jewellery Making is your accessible guide to creating beautiful, wearable jewelry pieces from the comfort of your own home or workshop. Silver Jewellery Making is a practical beginners' guide to making silver jewelry, with step-by-step projects guiding the reader through seven projects. The projects are designed to help the reader gain skills and techniques and eventually progress to making their own designs. The seven tried-and-tested projects have been developed by Janet over forty years of teaching and have been honed to develop readers' skills in a practical, doable order. The emphasis is on teaching good practice and acquiring the basic techniques and skills to give the reader a solid basis for developing their jewelry-making capabilities. Tools will be introduced for each individual project, and their uses and correct handling explained. Troubleshooting tips explain how to overcome common problems that may arise. At the conclusion of each project, there will be examples of how the skills gained can be used to make other items. The book is for those who wish to start jewelry making either on their own or as a supplement to beginners' classes.

The New Encyclopedia of Jewellery Making Techniques

Author : Jinks McGrath
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Since its first publication in 1995, the Encyclopedia of Jewellery Making Techniques has been devoured by students borrowing a well-thumbed copy from their college library, established jewellers wishing to find out more about new techniques, as well as all those who just enjoy making jewellery as a hobby, who have kept it beside their workbench at home as a third hand to help them through a tricky process. Since then many books have been written about jewellery making. However, this volume still enjoys a huge following. To update it, a finished example now illustrates every technique to give a context to the method described. There are also new articles on harvesting scrap metal, designing jewellery, comparing metals' properties, and a wonderful demonstration of precious metal clay - a material that didn't even exist when this book was first published. Doyenne of metal clay, Sue Heaser, gives a masterclass in this technique. Jewellery making is a rewarding and fascinating craft. Although you may find that you enjoy some aspects of it more than others, the techniques described here will give you a thorough understanding of all the basic information you need to create unique and professional looking pieces.