Woven Wire Jewelry (Beadwork How-To)

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Linda’s book contains examples and projects of simple but very effective and beautiful wire weaving techniques. I especially use these techniques in my bracelet designs. It has enabled me to create intricate and delicate designs with huge scope for variation. In reality it is a simple repetitive weave that drives people crazy trying to work out how it’s done.

Mark Sep 2021

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Linda Chandler

Brand: Interweave


  • Used Book in Good Condition

Binding: Paperback

Number Of Pages: 144

Release Date: 01-09-2004

Details: Product Description A new wire weaving technique that varies the number of wires and their thickness to create stunningly beautiful bracelets, necklaces, and pendants is introduced in this guide. Project instructions go well beyond simple line drawings to show the assembly process of each piece in a series of step-by-step photographs. The nine projects begin with an elegantly simple woven bracelet and move on to more dramatic projects that include a domed cuff bracelet with soldered bead ends, a free-form bracelet, a woven neck piece, and a pendant with a woven frame. Projects range in difficulty from easy to advanced, and many can be completed without soldering. The more experienced craftsperson will savor the way Precious Metal Clay adds striking embellishments to three of the projects. Review "A very good buy for the beginning wireworker." - Art Jewelry "Regardless of your skill level, Woven Wire Jewelry deserves a permanent place in your library." - Step by Step Beads "This book is for anyone interested in designing gorgeous pieces of jewelry." - Knitting News About the Author Linda Chandler is a jewelry designer and teacher. She is a Precious Metal Clay certified teacher who conducts workshops around the country. Her work has appeared in All Wired Up and in the magazine The Wire Artist Jeweller. She lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Christine Ritchey is a potter and jewelry maker. She has worked for D magazine and the local PBS station in Dallas. She lives in Pottsboro, Texas.

EAN: 9781931499576

Package Dimensions: 9.0 x 8.5 x 0.4 inches

Languages: English