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Ancient Modern
Ronna Sarvas Weltman

Polymer Clay + Wire Jewelry


Paperback, 8 x 9, 136 pages 300 photographs, 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-097-5 $22.95 Available June 2009

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Make truly unforgettable jewelry! With Ancient Modern, learn to create organic, sophisticated, and distinctly contemporary jewelry by artistically combining polymer clay and wire. Use a range of innovative techniques to design beads and jewelry components from polymer clay, then add wireworking elements, inspired clasps, wire bead caps, polymer clay-tipped head pins, and more for a signature look. Ancient Modern draws on artist Ronna Weltmans fundamentals of jewelry design, what makes a piece primitive, and shows how to achieve her organic effects and signature style, from color mixing to texture effects. With 16 one-of-a-kind projects, including necklaces, bracelets, and pins in Ronnas distinctive style, crafters and jewelry makers will be making gallery-style jewelry in no time! Each project features detailed instructions and step-by-step photography. In addition to an extensive technique section on polymer clay, wireworking, and jewelry design, readers will also find a gallery of work for endless inspiration. About the author Ronna Sarvas Weltmans work has been featured in Wire Artist Jeweler, Art Jewelry, Bead Style, Lapidary Journal/Jewelry Artist and Step by Step Wire magazines. She regularly teaches workshops in polymer clay and wireworking and has appeared on Thats Clever! on HGTV. She lives outside Seattle, Washington. Making Polymer Clay Beads page 14

Fabulous Fabric Beads page 12

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Create Jewelry: Glass


Brilliant Designs to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and Jamie Hogsett
Paperback, 8 x 10, 120 pages 110 photographs, 30 illustrations Available March, 2009
ISBN 978-1-59668-067-8 $22.95

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Create Jewelry: Crystals page 12

Jewelry makers and beaders love working with glass beads for their versatility, affordability, and ability to be used in a combination of techniques.
From tiny seed beads to eye-catching lampworked beads, glass takes many formsclear, transparent, opaque, vibrantly colored, shiny, or matte. All 21 projects are glamorous and timeless and represent unique ways to use glass beads in jewelry designs for necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Innovative designs are combined with a variety of techniques, intriguing anecdotes, history, and tips about these beautiful beads. Beautiful photos are accompanied by step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow, plus thorough materials lists. Additional sidebars of interest include the history of glass, glass beadmaking techniques, and entertaining tidbits about these specialty beads.
About the authors Marlene Blessing has worked as an editorial director in western book publishing for two decades and was a contributing editor to SPA magazine and a senior features editor for The Seattle Weekly. Sewing, embroidery, quilting, clay sculpting, and calligraphy are a few of her favorite craftsuntil, of course, she began beading. Marlene is the editorial director for Beadwork, Stringing, and Step by Step magazines. She lives in Longmont, Colorado. Jamie Hogsett is a jewelry designer and freelance editor in Fort Collins, Colorado. She is author of Stringing Style and coauthor of Create Jewelry: Pearls, Create Jewelry: Crystals, and Create Jewelry: Stones (all from Interweave).

Create Jewelry: Pearls page 12

Create Jewelry: Stones page 12

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Designing Jewelry with Semiprecious Beads


Stringing instructions and techniques for necklaces, bracelets, and much more
Kim Gover
Paperback, 8 x 8, 128 pages 250 photographs,
ISBN 978-1-59668-104-0 $24.95

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Learn how to string beautiful jewelry using glass beads, pearls, and semiprecious stones with this all-in-one bead directory and design guide.
Featuring more than 75 projects from a selection of international designers, this book teaches readers foolproof rules for design success every time for bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and brooches. Discover how to select the right beads for every project using the bead directory, which lists the most common stones by color and describes characteristics and applications of each. The directory makes it easy to compare basic facts, typical colors, cost, suitable stringing companions, and more. Begin with the simple stringing examples, which are cross-referenced to the relevant technique. Each project includes beautiful photography, step-by-step instructions, a shopping list of all the main components, and a unique easy-to-follow stringing diagram. Finally, tools, materials, and techniques are included for the beginning jewelry designer as well as those more seasoned beaders who might need a refresher on a certain technique. Techniques described include stringing, knotting, wireworking, crimping, and using wire and metal findings, clasps, and fastenings. Whatever your skill or interest level, youll find something beneficial and inspiring in Designing Jewelry with Semiprecious Beads.
About the author Kim Gover is a jewelry maker who runs her own lampworking studio. Her favorite materials are semiprecious gemstones paired with sterling silver and crystals. Kim sells her designs at craft fairs, private parties, and online. She lives in London.

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Bead Directory page 7

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Making Connections
Susan Lenart Kazmer
Paperback, 8 x 9, 128 pages 80 photographs ISBN 978-0-97984070-7 $48.00 Now Available

A Handbook of Cold Joins for Jewelers and Mixed-Media Artists

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From explorer, inventor, and jewelry-making maverick Susan Lenart Kazmer, comes an amazing collection of pieces using new techniques for making cold joins (no heat required).
Strong jewelry requires a strong foundation and that means using metal. A metal foundation supports, links, and strengthens fragile elements like fibers and papers and allows them to be layered and stacked. As a Champion of the Discarded, Kazmer employs whatever technique will turn a found object into jewelry. The inventive and piece-appropriate cold connections in this book will empower jewelers to follow their dreams and create groundbreaking jewelry that is liberated from restrictions of size or materials. Kazmer introduces a variety of cold-join techniques from the common and frequently used to new techniques that she has invented for her own use in her amazing pieces. Metalworkers will find this a great handbook to spark creativity and inspiration. The challenge of joining delicate and fragile items with metals is addressed in several ways making this the perfect handbook for mixed-media artists. The hand-drawn illustrations, the gallery of pieces by 28 amazing jewelry artists and Susans own designs and instructions make this a must-have book for jewelry and mixed-media artists. About the author Susan Lenart Kazmer is an explorer, inventor, and maverick who has pioneered the use of found objects in jewelry making. Over the years, Susan has won many awards and has had her work included in museum exhibits, such as the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., the Art Institute in New York, and the Huntington Museum of Art, to name a few. The post-Picasso Gallery included Susans work in The Best of 2004. Susan is also considered a pioneer in the field of patination. She lives in Ohio with her family.

Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop page 5

Jewelry Artist magazine page 21

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Mixed Metals

Creating Contemporary Jewelry with Silver, Gold, Copper, Brass, and More
Danielle Fox and Melinda Barta
Paperback, 8 x 9, 128 pages 110 photographs, 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-092-0 $22.95 Available May 2009

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Mix up your jewelry repertoire!


Create fabulous designs featuring a variety of metal beads, charms, chains and findings including silver, gold, and base metals. The editors of Stringing and Beadwork magazines show off their design skills with 30 unique projects, ranging from necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that incorporate various kinds of metals such as silver, gold, copper, brass, PMC, and more. Projects are constructed using basic stringing and wireworking techniques that are accessible to beginners, while the boutique-style designs will captivate the more experienced beader. Mixed Metals focuses on making jewelry with pre-made metal beads, charms, chain, and components combined with accent beads using simple stringing and wireworking techniques. No metalworking required! About the authors Danielle Fox is the editor of Stringing magazine and author of Simply Modern Jewelry: Designs from the editor of Stringing magazine. Prior to working at Interweave Press, she was an editor at House Beautiful magazine in New York City and an editor at Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine in Englewood, Colorado. She has done freelance writing for The Denver Post, The Boulder Daily Camera, Natural Home magazine, Footwear News, and Boulder magazine. Danielle lives in Longmont, Colorado. Melinda Barta is editor of Beadwork and Stringing magazines and the former projects editor of PieceWork magazine. She has a BFA degree in fiber arts and a minor in apparel design from Colorado State University and is the author of Hip to Stitch (Interweave). She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing page 14

Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping page 14

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Wirework
Paperback, 8 x 9, 128 pages 250 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-088-3 $22.95 Available June 2009

An Illustrated Guide to the Art of Wire Wrapping


Dale Cougar Armstrong

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Achieve the look of designer wire jewelry with this step-by-step guide for the intermediate artist seeking new design possibilities combined with solid technique instruction.
Dale Cougar Armstrong showcases her classic jewelry style with 18 projects and traditional wireworking techniques using hard wire. Her methods show how to create beautiful custom bracelets, necklaces, pendants, earrings, pins, ringseven a tiara!incorporating detailed designs, faceted stones, cabochons, and beads. Wirework begins with an introduction to materials, supplies, and techniques that includes how to work with hard wire (14k and 18k); when to use other tempers and why; Dales favorite tools; proper tool usage for producing specialized styles; using geometry in wire jewelry formulations; making the right right angles; shaping with and without mandrels; using found items for shaping; when and how to use snap-set components; choosing the right cabochons and gemstones; and much more. Then work through 18 classic, stunning projects that explore and hone wireworking skills. All the projects are shown with detailed step-by-step photography. Also included is a gallery of work from the author and her students to inspire, using techniques featured throughout the book. About the author Dale Cougar Armstrong is a self-described rockhound with a background in metal work prior to making wire jewelry. She teaches workshops nationally, where she is known for her tips and tricks called Cougarisms, and she has participated in many juried shows. Her work has been published in Lapidary Journal/Jewelry Artist, Step by Step Wire, Art Jewelry, Bead Unique, Wire Artist Jeweler, The Crafts Report, and Fire Mountain Gems. Currently, she is working with Jewelry Television to make a series of wire jewelry instructional DVDs. She lives in Tennessee.

Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry page 21

Wire Style page 16

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100 Beaded Jewelry Designs


Easy-to-Bead Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, and More
Stephanie Burnham Adorn your wardrobe with this extravagant collection of elegant beaded designs to make. Also included is a large, wide-spread techniques section. Paperback, 8 34 x 8 34 , 144 pages More than 250 photographs and illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-99-6 $21.95

All Wired Up
Wire Techniques for the Beadworker and Jewelry Maker
Mark Lareau Create findings, ear wires, clasps, and cages using the detailed, step-by-step instructions in this best-selling book. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages, color photographs and illustrations ISBN 978-1-883010-73-7 $21.95

Ancient Modern
P0lymer Clay + Wire Jewelry
Ronna Sarvas Weltman Make truly unforgettable jewelry! Learn to create organic, sophisticated, and distinctly comtemporary jewelry by artistically combining polymer clay and wire. Paperback, 8 x 9, 136 pages 300 photographs, 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-097-5 $22.95 Available June 2009

The Bead Directory


The Complete Guide to Choosing and Using More than 600 Beautiful Beads
Elise Mann This book is an exceptional resource for anyone who uses beads, from jewelry designers to crafters to novices. Here is the definitive guide to beads youve been looking for! Hardbound, concealed wire-o, 5 34 x 7 34, 256 pages 600 photographs and illustrations, full color throughout ISBN 978-1-59668-002-9 $24.95

Bead Romantique

Elegant Beadweaving Designs


Lisa Kan Create elegant, feminine, and romantic heirloom-quality jewelry with this unique collection of romantic yet modern beadwork. These 17 projects incorporate off-loom seed-bead weaving, stringing, and wirework and emphasize a mix of vintage and modern components. Paperback, 8 2 x 9, 144 pages 90 photographs, 271 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-046-3 $24.95
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Beaded Cords, Chains, Straps & Fringe


Jean Campbell If youve ever wondered how to use beads to make fringe, decorate a Victorian lampshade, create a strap for a velvet purse, or just create a smashing necklace or bracelet for yourself, look no further: its all here! Paperback, 812 x 11, 32 pages, color photographs and illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-01-9 $9.95

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The Beaders Companion


Expanded and Updated
Judith Durant and Jean Campbell For years, The Beaders Companion has been an essential tool in every beaders toolbox, with more than 100,000 sold. Now with this expanded and updated edition, which includes color photographs, beaded samples, and even more content, its sure to be indispensable. Hardcover, semi-concealed wire-o binding, 7 x 5, 128 pages 160 photographs, 125 illustrations, full color throughout ISBN 978-1-931499-92-7 $19.95

Beaded Embellishment
Techniques & Designs for Embroidering on Cloth
Amy C. Clarke and Robin Atkins Learn how to embellish cloth with all kinds of beadsseed, bugle, art, and novelty using four simple foundation stitches and their variations. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages ISBN 978-1-931499-12-5 $21.95 RU

The Beaded Garden


Creating Flowers with Beads and Thread
Diane Fitzgerald Grow a gorgeous garden with off-loom beaded flowers, leaves, and insects using a variety of beading techniques. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages 75 photographs, 206 illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-55-2 $21.95 DE

Beaders Stash
Designs from Americas Favorite Bead Shops
Laura Levaas Take a beading journey with Beaders Stash, an inside look at the finest bead shops in the United States and Canada. This collection of 39+ projects showcases jewelry, home dcor items, accessories, and more. Get a peek inside the thriving world of the bead shop and learn countless ways to conquer your bead stash! Paperback, 10 x 10, 144 pages 60 photographs, 180 illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-80-4 $21.95

Beading for the Soul


Inspired Designs from 23 Contemporary Artists
Deborah Cannarella Beading is relaxing, meditative, and even healing for many people. Beading for the Soul takes these aspects of the craft to a deeper level with 26 amazing projects. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 160 pages 80 color photographs, 100 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-46-0 $21.95

Beading in the Native American Tradition


David Dean The panorama of Native American beadworkits magic, mystery, color, complexity, and sheer inventionis the subject of David Deans comprehensive book. Paperback, 9 x 10, 160 pages color photographs, charts, and illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-03-3 $24.95

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Beading on a Loom
Don Pierce This essential guide to loomwork covers loom construction, warping, basic weaving, increasing and decreasing, weaving triangles, finishing and correcting mistakes, incorporating your own ideas, graphing designs, and more. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 112 pages color photographs ISBN 978-1-883010-63-8 $21.95

Beading on Fabric
Encyclopedia of Bead Stitch Techniques
Larkin Jean Van Horn Whether your medium is quilts, wearable art, beaded jewelry, or woven or felted material, Beading on Fabric will help you add sparkle, texture, and dimension to your work. Hardback with concealed wire-o, 7 x 9 14, 120 pages 70 photographs and 75 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-004-3 $21.95

Beading with Peyote Stitch


Jeannette Cook and Vicki Star Everything you need to know to use peyote stitch for flat and three-dimensional pieces. Projects include beaded beads, a patchwork collage cuff, peyote flowers, a free-form bowl, and more. Paperback 8 12 x 9, 112 pages color photographs and illustrations ISBN 978-1-883010-71-3 $21.95

Beads in Bloom
The Art of Making French Beaded Flowers
Arlene Baker Ooh la la! Make spectacular French beaded flowers and greenery using only wire and beads. Projects include a clover, pansy, rose, sunflower, and chrysanthemum with lacy fern jewelry pins. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages color photographs and illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-06-4 $21.95 RU

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Beadwork Creates Series


Edited by Jean Campbell Create stunning accessories using various beading techniques with the Beadwork Creates Series. Editor Jean Campbell compiles unique, sophisticated, classic, and whimsical projects from well-known designers in each collection. From charmingly simple stringing projects to elaborate netting designs, each book has varied techniques for all skill levels.

Beaded Bags
Paperback with lay-flat binding, 4 14 x 10, 136 pages color photographs and line drawings ISBN 978-1-931499-27-9 $16.95

Beaded Beads
Paperback with lay-flat binding, 4 14 x 10, 112 pages color photographs and line drawings ISBN 978-1-931499-34-7 $16.95

Beaded Rings
Paperback with lay-flat binding, 4 14 x 10, 112 pages 30 color photographs, 64 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-26-2 $16.95 RU

Beadwork Creates Jewelry


40 Beaded Designs
Jean Campbell This dazzling collection of designs covers a range of techniques, styles, and materials handpicked from the popular Beadwork Creates series. Find dozens of projects for earrings, rings, bracelets, and necklaces from top-notch bead designers featuring peyote stitch, brick stitch, right-angle weave, bead embroidery, bead crochet, stringing, and wirework. Paperback, 8 12 x 10 14, 128 pages 79 photographs, 47 charts, 74 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-037-1 $18.95

Bracelets
Paperback with lay-flat binding, 4 14 x 10, 96 pages color photographs and line drawings ISBN 978-1-931499-20-0 $16.95 RU

Earrings
Paperback with lay-flat binding, 4 14 x 10, 120 pages 30 color photographs, 65 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-61-3 $16.95

Necklaces
Paperback with lay-flat binding, 4 14 x 10, 112 pages color photographs and line drawings ISBN 978-1-931499-22-4 $16.95 RU

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Bella Beaded Jewelry


Artful Italian Designs with Wire, Thread, Cord & Ribbon
Donatella Ciotti The elegance of gallery jewelry is at your fingertips with Bella Beaded Jewelry, a project book that combines modern and vintage styles for a unique mix of wearable art. Projects are accessible to the beginner, using basic techniques and tools. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 96 pages 135 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-017-2 $21.95

Color Works
The Crafters Guide to Color
Deb Menz Explore color with a new confidence using this essential tool. Deb Menz brings principles of color theory down to a practical level and applies them to knitting, spinning, beadwork, weaving, surface design, quilting, hand and machine embroidery, and paper collage. Color Works includes a pull-out color wheel and removable hue cards. Covered spiral binding, 7 x 9 14, 152 pages 55 color photographs, color strips, two color wheels ISBN 978-1-931499-47-7 $24.95

Crochet Jewelry
40 Beautiful and Unique Designs
Waejong Kim and Anna Pulvermakher Learn to create the intriguing crochet accessories reappearing in the fashion worldwith your own personalized twist. Paperback, 8 34 x 8 34, 128 pages 175 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-035-7 $24.95

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Custom Cool Jewelry


Create 200+ Personalized Pendants, Charms, and Clasps
Melinda Barta Learn clever ideas for creating boutiquestyle projects with a personal twist in Custom Cool Jewelry. All it takes is basic jewelry-making skills and using common crafting materials in uncommon ways! Paperback, 812 x 1014, 144 pages 150 photographs, 43 illustrations, 2 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-074-6 $22.95

Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads


Stephanie Sersich Twenty dazzling step-by-step projects incorporating a variety of beading techniques show you how to make the most of glass beads in your jewelry designs. Explore creativity with a section on design principles; also included is a primer on glass beads. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 128 pages 50 photographs, 80 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-047-0 $22.95

Designing Jewelry with Semiprecious Beads


Stringing instructions and techniques for necklaces, bracelets, and much more
Kim Gover Learn how to string beautiful jewelry using glass beads, pearls, and semiprecious stones with this all-in-one bead directory and design guide. Featuring more than 75 projects teaching foolproof rules for design success. Paperback, 8 x 8, 128 pages 250 photographs, ISBN 978-1-59668-104-0 $24.95

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Create Jewelry: Crystals


Dazzling Designs to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and Jamie Hogsett These glamorous, fashionable designs represent a rich variety of ways to use the gemlike beads. Projects range from easy stringing pieces to more challenging seedbead-weaving designs. Along the way learn entertaining tidbits about this specialty bead. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 128 pages 100 photographs, 30 illustrations, 5 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-022-7 $22.95

Create Jewelry Glass


Brilliant Designs to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and Jamie Hogsett Glass beads can add a subtle shine to a jewelry design or take center stage. From sassy, elegant, dressy, or flirty, Create Jewelry: Glass presents 21 stunning projects made with glass beads. Paperback, 8 x 10, 120 pages 110 photographs, 30 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-067-8 $22.95

Create Jewelry: Pearls


Luxurious Designs to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and Jamie Hogsett Learn intriguing tidbits and anecdotes about this irresistible gem as you create 20 stunning, wearable designs from a variety of pearls. Bracelet, necklace, and earring designs use stringing and off-loom seed bead weaving techniques. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 120 pages 100 photographs, 15 illustrations, 5 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-023-4 $22.95

Create Jewelry: Stones


Stunning Designs to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and Jamie Hogsett

Elements of Style
Creating Jewelry with Wire, Fiber, Felt, and Beads
Rosemary Hill Make wearable pieces of art with easy-to-find materials, clever techniques, and the unique design ideas in Elements of Style. These 25 modern wire, bead, and fiber jewelry designs using knit, crochet, and felting techniques will appeal to jewelry makers of all levels. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 128 pages 60 photographs, 25 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-079-1 $22.95

Fabulous Fabric Beads


Create Custom Beads and Art Jewelry
Kristal Wick Combines techniques from beading, scrapbooking, quilting, fiber arts, and mixedmedia techniques to create lightweight beads made of silk embellished with stamps, paint, and other materials. Plus ideas to achieve unique effects and make simply beautiful jewelry. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 112 pages 150 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-077-7 $22.95

Presents 23 projects ranging in difficulty

from easy stringing pieces to bead-weaving designs. All projects are glamorous and timeless and represent unique ways to use stones in jewelry designs for necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 120 pages 100 photographs, 30 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-068-5 $22.95

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Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry

Mark Lareau Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry is the ideal introduction to metal making. The techniques are simple, the tools affordable, and the space requirement small. Hardcover, 8 x 8, 112 pages, 120 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-025-8 $19.95

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Linda Chandler and Christine Ritchey A guide for the true beginner, youll learn every aspect of working with this popular and enduring craft. Hardcover, 8 x 8, 96 pages, 100 color photographs, 75 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-87-3 $16.95 FR

Getting Started Stringing Beads

Jean Campbell From going to the bead shop and selecting the beads to what to do with them when you get home, Getting Started Stringing Beads will guide you through every aspect of stringing jewelry. Hardcover, 8 x 8, 96 pages 60 color photographs,35 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-79-8 $16.95 FR

Getting Started with Seed Beads O


Dustin Wedekind First-time beaders will learn everything they need from shopping to storing and from stringing to sewing a successful beginning project. This must-have resource includes all the basics in a warm, encouraging tone. Hardcover, 8 x 8, 128 pages 120 photographs, 15 charts, 150 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-016-6 $18.95

Hand Felted Jewelry and Beads 25 Artful Designs


Carol Huber Cypher This book offers a contemporary and artistic approach to felt-bead jewelry, then takes it a step beyond with beaded embellishment. Paperback, 8 12 x 10 14, 128 pages 115 color photographs, 40 illustrations, full color throughout ISBN 978-1-59668-005-0 $21.95

Hip to Bead
32 Contemporary Projects for Todays Beader
Katie Hacker Boutique-style beaded jewelry is hotter than ever, and with Hip to Bead now its easier than ever to make! Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 96 pages 120 color photographs, 40 illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-95-8 $19.95

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Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing

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Linda Chandler and Christine Ritchey Take the mystery out of wire wrapping with insider secrets to the craft plus progressive skill-building projects that teach a range of wrapping techniques. Projects include earrings, pins, and wire-wrapped pendants plus the highly sought-after wire-wrapped cabochon. Paperback, 812 x 9, 128 pages 400 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-059-3 $22.95

Making Colorful Wire & Beaded Jewelry


35 Fabulous Designs
Linda Jones Wire jewelry, combined with beads, semiprecious stones, glass, or crystals, is one of todays most eye-catching jewelry trends. Luckily, it can be made by almost anyone using only a few inexpensive, easyto-find tools and spools of wire. Paperback, 8 18 x 1078, 128 pages 200 color photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-014-2 $19.95

Liz Jones This workshop-in-a book teaches all the skills needed for this no-muss, no-fuss version of silversmithing: fusing silver without solder to create beautiful jewelry. Create rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and pins; you can even incorporate stones and cubic zirconia for extra dazzle. Paperback, 812 x 9, 120 pages 100 photographs, 10 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-066-1 $22.95

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Step-by-Step Techniques for Creating Beautiful Ornamental Beads
Carol Blackburn This beginners guide introduces materials, tools, equipment, and techniques for creating fabulous beads in polymer clay. Learn to produce fabulous faux effects, make eye-catching beads, and assemble them into beautiful jewelry. Paperback, 8 34 x 8 34, 128 pages 500 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-019-7 $24.95

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The Complete Guide to Turning Your Passion into Profit
Viki Lareau Provides the practical advice and encouragement to sell your beadwork right and to do it with flair. Paperback, 6 x 9, 96 pages 40 photographs and 40 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-024-1 $21.95

Mastering Beadwork

A Comprehensive Guide to Off-Loom Techniques


Carol Huber Cypher This ultimate beading resource is a workshop in a book! Covering 16 basic off-loom beading techniques, youll learn to create practical beaded projects like bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings, findings, closures, beaded beads, and more as you progressively strengthen your skills. Hardback with concealed wire-o, 7 x 914, 240 pages, 65 color photographs, 5 charts, 200+ illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-013-5 $24.95

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Making Connections

A Handbook of Cold Joins for Jewelers and Mixed-Media Artists


Susan Lenart Kazmer Kazmer introduces a variety of cold-join techniques from the common and frequently used to new techniques that she has invented. Metalworkers and mixed-media artists will find this a great handbook to spark creativity and inspiration. Paperback, 8 x 9, 128 pages 80 photographs ISBN: 978-0-97984070-7 $22.95

Mixed Metals

Creating Contemporary Jewelry with Silver, Gold, Copper, Brass, and More
Danielle Fox and Melinda Barta Create 30 unique projects featuring a variety of metal beads, charms, chains and findings, including silver, gold, and base metals. Paperback, 8 x 9, 128 pages 110 photographs, 20 illustrations

Netted Beadwork
Diane Fitzgerald Netted beadwork requires fewer beads, works up quickly, creates an airy, lacelike quality, drapes beautifully, and can be used to cover three-dimensional shapes. Seventeen projects ranging from floral embellishments to awe-inspiring jewelry are included. Paperback, 8 x 9, 128 pages 50 color photographs, 100 illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-15-6 $21.95

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Simply Modern Jewelry


Designs from the editor of Stringing magazine
Danielle Fox Learn to create simple yet unforgettable accessories for the modern crafter. This is the quick and easy guide to making fashionable necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that express personal style, using simple techniques like stringing, wire wrapping, and knotting for knockout results. Paperback, 8 2 x 10 4, 120 pages 150 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-048-7 $21.95
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Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop


Simple Techniques for Soldering, Wirework, and Metal Jewelry
Nicola Hurst This multi-technique guide for the novice jewelry maker covers a range of all the basics needed to get started creating great designs: transferring designs to metal, filing, sawing, soldering, piercing, pickling, forging, as well as how to use wire and make stone settings, plus cleaning your jewelry for that finishing touch. Paperback, 812 x 11, 128 pages, 350 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-060-9 $24.95

Stringing Style

50+ Fresh Bead Designs for Jewelry


Jamie Hogsett You dont have to be a designer to make beautiful jewelry, and you dont have to hunt all over for inspiring designs. Weve collected the most gorgeous ideas for you from Beadwork magazines special Stringing issues and compiled them in Stringing Style. Paperback, 8 12 x 10 14, 96 pages 60 photographs, 40 illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-96-5 $16.95

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Stringing Style 2
50 More Designs for Beaded Jewelry
Jean Campbell Following in the footsteps of Stringing Style, weve gathered proven designs for one-ofa-kind bracelets, necklaces, and earrings from Stringing in this stunning collection for any beader or jewelry maker. Youll find 12 never-before-seen projects, plus Stringing 101, a complete refresher course on stringing. Paperback, 8 12 x 10 14, 96 pages 60 photographs, 1 chart, 12 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-036-4 $18.95

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50 Unique Jewelry Designs
Denise Peck From the editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine comes a collection of 50 contemporary, stylish, and absolutely wearable designs for bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and pendants handpicked from a collection of top jewelry designers. Fundamental wireworking techniques are explained in detail, including wire wrapping, weaving, coiling, chain making, hammering, texturing, and oxidizing. Paperback, 8 12 x 10 14, 120 pages 150 photographs, 3 charts ISBN 978-1-59668-070-8 $19.95

Wirework
Dale Armstrong Achieve the look of designer wire jewelry with this step-by-step guide for the intermediate artist seeking new design possibilities combined with solid technique instruction. Eighteen classic, hard-wire jewelry projects using traditional wireworking techniques. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages 250 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-088-3 $22.95

Woven Wire Jewelry


Contemporary Designs and Creative Techniques
Linda L. Chandler and Christine R. Ritchey Learn to weave silver or gold wire using these exciting techniques to create designer-quality bracelets and chokers. Project instructions are shown with step-by-step photographs and range from difficult to easy; most can be completed without soldering. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 144 pages 410 color photographs ISBN 978-1-931499-57-6 $21.95

Zulu Inspired Beadwork


Weaving Techniques and Projects
Diane Fitzgerald These 25 stunning projects are inspired by the authors trips to South Africa. Netted diamond earrings, netted triangle and swag bracelet, and a Zulu wedding necklace are accompanied by photos of the object that inspired the piece, plus step-by-step instructions. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages 100 photographs, 20 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-034-0 $24.95

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Bags with Paper and Stitch


Innovative Surface Techniques for Embellished Bags
Isobel Hall Learn to create bags from various types of papers and materials, including cocoon strippings, linen, flax, merino, paper clay, and Translucent Liquid Sculpey. Included are step-by-step instructions, beautiful photos, and tips for personalizing. Paperback, 812 x 1034, 128 pages 100 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-051-7 $24.95

Crochet with Wire


Nancie M. Wiseman Crocheters, beaders, and wireworkers alike will relish this innovative approach to creating necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and more. Crochet with Wire includes chapters on crochet basics, techniques, which crochet hooks to use, the tools required, and how to choose the wire gauge to suit the projects. Paperback, 6 x 7 12, 88 pages 35 color photographs, 45 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-931499-77-4 $14.95

Knitting with Wire


Nancie M. Wiseman Covers the basics of wire knitting including the tools and techniques for creating 30 innovative projects to handknit, Viking knit (without needles), and machine knit. Paperback, 6 x 7 12, 96 pages color photographs throughout ISBN 978-1-931499-31-6 $16.95

Felt Frenzy
26 Projects for All Forms of Felting
Heather Brack and Shannon Okey Felt Frenzy explores all the major techniques of feltmaking, from knit-and-shrink to wet felting, needlefelting, and recycled feltingturning salvaged wool sweaters into useful felt piecesplus ways to combine techniques for creative and unique results. Paperback, 8 12 x 9, 128 pages 60 photographs, 3 charts, 10 schematics ISBN 978-1-59668-009-8 $21.95

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Mixed Mania
Recipes for Delicious Mixed Media Creations
Debbi Crane and Cheryl Prater Mixed Mania features 20+ smart and sassy mixed-media projects divided like a cookbook into appetizers, main courses, and sweet treats for a fresh perspective on the craft. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 128 pages 150 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-084-5 $22.95

Designs and Techniques from Contemporary Felt Artists


Carol Huber Cypher Signature works from 20 admired fiber artists are explored, with step-by-step information on how to achieve their unique effects. Projects include hats, caps, dresses, bags, slippers, jewelry, rugs, pillows, and much more. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 144 pages 75 photographs, 50 illustrations ISBN 978-1-59668-031-9 $24.95

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Mixed-Media Self-Portraits
Inspiration & Techniques
Cate Coulacos Prato Explore creative self-portraits through exercises, essays, and gallery art. Readers will find inspiration plus mixed-media, collage, and fiber-arts techniques. Paperback, 812 x 1014, 128 pages 100 photographs ISBN 978-159668-082-1 $22.95

Stitch, Dissolve, Distort with Machine Embroidery

Mixed Media Explorations

Valerie Campbell-Harding and Maggie Grey Explore intriguing options in mixed media with new ideas for stitch techniques, dissolving fabrics, and distorting fabrics using innovative materials on the market. Paperback, 812 x 1034, 128 pages 100 photographs ISBN 978-1-59668-050-0 $27.95

Blending Paper, Fabric and Embellishment to Create Inspired Designs


Beryl Taylor Renowned mixed-media artist Beryl Taylor shows how surprisingly easy and fun it can be to turn fabric, paper, stitch, and embellishment into unique pieces of artwork. Beryl gives stepby-step instructions for making projects while she encourages readers to follow their own instincts and experiment. Paperback, 8 12 x 11 12, 112 pages ISBN 978-0976692829 $27.99

magazines

Cloth Paper Scissors covers all types

of fiber arts and collage work, including mixed media, assemblage, altered books, art dolls, visual art journals, rubber stamping, creative embroidery, and book arts. For the beginning artist/crafter as well as the advanced, Cloth Paper Scissors has a playful, positive tone, encouraging its readers to try new techniques and share their work and expertise with a greater audience. 6x/year $7.99

magazine. It showcases fiber art and artists and provides inspiration, information, and resources on innovative approaches to surface design, sculpture, wearable art, beadwork, quilting, tapestry and wall hangings, needlework, papermaking, and basketry. 5x/year $6.99

Fiberarts is the worlds leading textile-art

Studios
Cloth Paper Scissors brings you a special issue dedicated to creating beautiful, inviting, unique, and functional studios for making collages, quilts, handmade books, and other types of fiber and mixedmedia art. This special issue includes 101 organization tips, features several artists studios, an extreme studio makeover, budget storage solutions, ten projects to personalize your space, and more. 2x/year $7.99 (April, September)

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Bead Fest Video Workshops


Have a private one-on-one jewelry-making lesson taught by a pro right in your own home. Filmed at Bead Fest in August 2008, these workshops bring the classroom right into your own home. These informative and educational videos will take you from concept to the finished piece in under 1 hour.

Beaded Viking Knit Bracelet

Custom Collage Charms

Join Denise Peck, editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine as she demonstrates the ancient art of knitting wire without needles, using a few simple tools to create a one-of-a-kind Beaded Viking knit bracelet. Finish this stunning piece with a handmade clasp. Running time: approximately 30 minutes $24.99 ISBN: 1-59668-151-4

Author, editor and PBS, Style Network, and DIY celebrity guest Melinda Barta shows you how to make these nifty sealed collage charms in Custom Collage Charms. Lovers of mixed media will delight in telling stories with charms embellished with maps, beads, and scrapbook papers. Seal these mini collages on bezels and blank charms for original, whimsical, and sometimes funky accessories. Running time: approximately 40 minutes $24.99 ISBN 978-1-59668-154-5

Pod Ring

Create this impressive and unique ring using wire-weaving, wire-wrapping, and wire-shaping techniques. Follow along as Janice Berkebile teaches you step-bystep how to transform wire and beads into this stunning Pod Ring. Running time: approximately 40 minutes $24.99 ISBN 978-1-59668-153-8

Riveted Earrings

Cut and texture metal sheet, shape and wrap wire, then add rivets to your pieces. Teacher and jewelry artist Tracy Stanley will instruct you on the basics of metalsmithing and wirework and how to use the tools and techniques that will help you make these unique Riveted Earrings. Running time: approximately 60 minutes $24.99 ISBN 978-1-59668-152-1

Beads Baubles and Jewels TV DVD Series 800


Join TV personality and gemologist Katina Forte as she connects with talented designers and teachers who will instruct you in the art of creating and combining beads, baubles and jewels. This season weve assembled a team of experts to answer your most asked questions, instruct you on basic beading techniques and give you great ideas for beautiful pieces that only look difficult to create. Shows 801-803 Metal Basics; More Metal; Glass Shows 804-806 How to Brick Stitch; Combining Materials; Memory Wire Shows 807-809 Innovative Designs; Color; Technique Renaissance Shows 810-813 Rings; Clay; Jewelry Shortcuts; Pendants; Gem Trends Running time approximately 5 hours, 48 minutes $39.99 ISBN 979-1-59668-118-7

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Beadwork presents captivating projects


with smart designs and user-friendly patterns together with inspiring stories about the world of beads. Beginning and advanced beaders alike will find projects that teach and test them.

Step By Step Beads is a gateway into

6x/year $5.99 Special issues: Beads 2009 (March), Easy Wire (October), Bead Star (December) Beads, Fibers, & More (August)

beadwork jewelry for new and intermediate beaders, with illustrated projects showing how to make the latest trendsetting designs. Features include profiles, expert tips on techniques, tools and color, and the latest new products and materials available for todays beader. 6x/year $5.99 Special issues: Creative Jewelry (July),

Step by Step Wire Jewelry


The only magazine on the market devoted to designing and making jewelry with wire. Every issue delivers easy-to-follow, stepby-step jewelry projects for every skill level, plus tips, techniques, popular tools, advice from pros and the latest book and media reviews. 5x/year $5.99

Stringing

brings readers more designs than any other beading publication100+ in every issue! Beloved by novice and expert beaders alike, this magazine shows do-it-yourselfers how to create beautiful jewelry using basic techniques, like stringing, wireworking, and knotting. Full-color photographs, thorough step-bystep instructions, easy-to-follow technique illustrations, and detailed resource information make this magazine a must-have for all jewelry designers. 4x/year $7.99

Jewelry Artist (formerly Lapidary Journal)

The source for hands-on jewelry and gem enthusiasts, offering outstanding designs, easy-to-use metalsmithing and gem cutting projects, time- and money-saving tips, indepth features on tools, techniques, and materials, professional advice on selling your work and more. 12x/year $5.99

Colored Stone is an international

trade magazine covering all aspects of the colored gemstone industry, including new sources for colored gemstones, mining and processing, manufacturing, retail sales, consumer buying trends, marketing and promotion, gem cutting and jewelry design, and technological developments pertaining to the trade. 6x/year $5.99 Subscribe at colored-stone.com

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special-issue magazines

Bead Star
A first-ever beading publication comprised entirely of prize-winning designs selected by the general public! Participants were invited to submit easy beaded projects in eleven material categoriesincluding pearls, crystals, fibers, seed beads, glass, charms, and moreand this magazine showcases the best of the best. The winning designers received fabulous prizesBead Star readers get instructions for the nations favorite simple beaded designs. 1x/year $7.99 (December)

Beads 2008
A special issue chock-full of resources, supplies, inspiration, know-how, and beads, bead, beads! Inside youll find more than 120 editors top bead picks, plus projects to make, a comprehensive calendar of bead shows, listings for retail bead shops and societies, helpful bead vendor information, and the Big Bead Book, one of the hottest and most popular buyers directories for beads, jewelry tools, equipment, and supplies. 1x/year $7.99 (March)

Easy Wire
From the creators of Beadwork and Step by Step Wire Jewelry comes Easy Wire, a special issue devoted to simple wirejewelry projects. Dozens of fast, easy designs, with clear instructions and pages of inspiration. A comprehensive glossary of tools and techniques, everything you need to complete all the projects, in one issue. 1x/year $7.99 (October)

2009 Exhibitor Lists Complete Maps

Creative Jewelry
Creative Jewelry is a special expanded issue with more than 100 affordable, easy-tomake jewelry projects for every occasion. Whether you are new to beading or an experienced designer, this issue features tips and tricks for making and marketing trendsetting jewelry designs. Also included are some of the best resources on the market for beads, gemstones, and jewelry supplies. 1x/year $14.99 (July)

Tucson Show Guide


Beads, findings, tools, supplies, and a host of other jewelry-related products at your fingertips! The Tucson Show Guide is not only the comprehensive resource for buyers at the worlds biggest gem, bead, and mineral extravaganza, it also includes an international directory listing products and services worldwide. Use it all year, plus plan your Tucson shopping route in advance. 1x/year $20.00 (January)

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JEWELRY
Stringing, wirework, stitching, knotting, weaving, embroidery, beadmaking
its all part of Beading Daily, Interweaves online community. Sign up today at beadingdaily.com and meet other beaders who understand the joy of beading, from the a-ha! moment of inspiration to the satisfying ahhhh! of a beautifully completed project. A free e-newsletter, free beading projects, a daily blog, tips and techniques, new product announcements, event news, galleries, and interviews are just some of the treats that await you. Whether youre just getting started or already live to bead, theres a place for you at Beading Daily!

JewelryShowGuide.com
The Jewelry Show Guide.com is your one-stop source for gem, jewelry, and bead show information, proudly brought to you by the Tucson Show Guide, Jewelry Artist, and Colored Stone. Find show overviews quickly Easily search by products, dealers, and events Customize your own show planner Search businesses, events, and classifieds Map out show locations and directions for easy planning

JEWELRY

Celebrate your art and your community of fellow gem and jewelry artists
Jewelry Artists Flashcard
Flashcard is a bi-monthly eNewsletter that provides readers with ideas to help them design and expertly finish their own jewelry projects. Jewelry Artists Managing Editor Helen Driggs guides the reader into the fascinating and creative world of the art and science ofartisan jewelry making by introducing new techniques and tools, discussing upcoming workshops, exhibits and opportunities for jewelry artists to show their work.

Colored Stones GemMail


Every two weeks in Colored Stones eNewsletter GemMail, find a mix of short and informative articles on the state of the industry and breaking newsyou need to know about ASAP, combined with in-depth reporting on selected studies. Learn the latest on gem treatments and new finds. Receive quick reports of economic trends, important trade shows, and fashion events and how they impact the market. Read exclusive interviews with newsmakers that probe major topics of interest to the colored stone world.

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Spring 2009 Catalog Index by Title


100 Beaded Jewelry Designs All Wired Up Ancient Modern 7 7 1,7 17 7 19 19 19 19 7 22 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 19 9 22 Cloth Paper Scissors magazine Color Works Colored Stone magazine Create Jewelry: Crystals Create Jewelry: Glass Create Jewelry: Glass Create Jewelry: Pearls Create Jewelry: Stones Creative Jewelry magazine Crochet Jewelry Crochet with Wire Custom Cool Jewelry Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads Designing Jewelry with Semiprecious Beads Easy Wire magazine 18 11 21 12 2 12 12 12 22 11 17 11 Beadwork Creates Beaded Bags Beadwork Creates Beaded Beads Beadwork Creates Beaded Rings Beadwork Creates Bracelets Beadwork Creates Earrings Beadwork Creates Jewelry Beadwork Creates Necklaces Beadwork magazine Bella Beaded Jewelry Elements of Style 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 21 11 Fabulous Fabric Beads Felt Frenzy Fiberarts magazine Getting Started Making Metal Jewelry Getting Started Making Wire Jewelry Getting Started Stringing Beads Getting Started with Seed Beads Hand Felted Jewelry and Beads Hip to Bead How We Felt Jewelry Artist magazine Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping 12 17 18 12 Making Polymer Clay Beads 14 Marketing and Selling Your Handmade Jewelry 14 Mastering Beadwork 14 Mixed Mania 17 Mixed Media Explorations 18 Mixed Metals 5, 15 Mixed-Media Self-Portraits 18 Netted Beadwork 15

Bags with Paper and Stitch Bead Directory Bead Fest Video Workshops Beaded Viking Knit Bracelet Bead Fest Video Workshops Custom Collage Charms Bead Fest Video Workshops Pod Ring Bead Fest Video Workshops Riveted Earrings Bead Romantique Bead Star magazine Beaded Cords, Chains, Straps & Fringe Beaded Embellishment Beaded Garden Beaders Companion Beaders Stash Beading for the Soul Beading in the Native American Tradition Beading on a Loom Beading on Fabric Beading with Peyote Stitch Beads Baubles and Jewels TV DVD Beads in Bloom Beads magazine

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Simply Modern Jewelry 15 Step by Step Beads magazine 21 Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine 21 Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop 15 Stitch, Dissolve, Distort with Machine Embroidery 18 Stringing magazine 21 Stringing Style 15 Stringing Style 2,16 Studios magazine 18 Tucson Show Guide Wire Style Wirework Woven Wire Jewelry Zulu Inspired Beadwork 22 16 6, 16 16 16

Knitting with Wire 11 3,11 22 Making Colorful Wire & Beaded Jewelry Making Connections Making Connections

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Armstrong, Dale Atkins, Robin Baker, Arlene 6, 16 8 9 Dean, David Durant, Judith Fitzgerald, Diane Fox, Danielle Gover, Kim Grey, Maggie Hacker, Katie Hall, Isobel Hill, Rosemary Hogsett, Jamie Hurst, Nicola Jones, Linda Jones, Liz 8 8 8,15,16 5,15 3,11 18 13 17 12 2,12,15 15 14 14 Kan, Lisa Kazmer, Susan Lenart Kim, Waejong Lareau, Mark Lareau, Viki Levaas, Laura Mann, Elise Menz, Deb Okey, Shannon Peck, Denise Pierce, Don Prater, Cheryl Prato, Cate Coulacos Pulvermakher, Anna Ritchey, Christine R. 7 4,15 11 7,13 14 8 7 11 17 16,19 9 17 18 11 13,14,16 Sersich, Stephanie Stanley, Tracy Star, Vicki Taylor, Beryl Van Horn, Larkin Jean Wedekind, Dustin Weltman, Ronna Sarvas Wick, Kristal Wiseman, Nancie M. 11 19 9 18 9 13 1,7 12 17

Barta, Melinda 5,11,15,19 Berkebile, Janice 19 Blackburn, Carol 14 Blessing, Marlene 2,12 Brack, Heather 17 Burnham, Stephanie 7 Campbell, Jean 7,8,10,13,16 Campbell-Harding, Valery 18 Cannarella, Deborah 8 Chandler, Linda 13,14,16 Ciotti, Donatella 11 Clarke, Amy C 8 Cook, Jeannette 9 Crane, Debbi 17 Cypher, Carol Huber 13,14,17

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