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Learn how to make beautiful jewelry from an up-and-coming designer with her own line! Bead stringing. Wire wrapping, Pearl knotting. This beginner-friendly guide, created by Courtney Legnhausen (owner of Lotus Jewelry), teaches all the basics of fashioning fun and attractive bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings. Detailed instructions and easy-to-follow, step-by-step p Learn how to make beautiful jewelry from an up-and-coming designer with her own line! Bead stringing. Wire wrapping, Pearl knotting. This beginner-friendly guide, created by Courtney Legnhausen (owner of Lotus Jewelry), teaches all the basics of fashioning fun and attractive bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings. Detailed instructions and easy-to-follow, step-by-step photographs lay out the techniques—including jewelry stamping and applying hammered texture—and 17 projects. Even novices can make chandelier earrings, a pearl bracelet, a stone pendant, and more. “With useful charts and resource information as well as lots of encouragement, this is a superbly well-designed and effective how to. —Booklist “Legenhausen has compiled a thoughtful and detailed instructional guide that leaves readers with the knowledge and encouragement needed to create their own designs and advance their jewelry-making educations.” —Publishers Weekly


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Learn how to make beautiful jewelry from an up-and-coming designer with her own line! Bead stringing. Wire wrapping, Pearl knotting. This beginner-friendly guide, created by Courtney Legnhausen (owner of Lotus Jewelry), teaches all the basics of fashioning fun and attractive bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings. Detailed instructions and easy-to-follow, step-by-step p Learn how to make beautiful jewelry from an up-and-coming designer with her own line! Bead stringing. Wire wrapping, Pearl knotting. This beginner-friendly guide, created by Courtney Legnhausen (owner of Lotus Jewelry), teaches all the basics of fashioning fun and attractive bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings. Detailed instructions and easy-to-follow, step-by-step photographs lay out the techniques—including jewelry stamping and applying hammered texture—and 17 projects. Even novices can make chandelier earrings, a pearl bracelet, a stone pendant, and more. “With useful charts and resource information as well as lots of encouragement, this is a superbly well-designed and effective how to. —Booklist “Legenhausen has compiled a thoughtful and detailed instructional guide that leaves readers with the knowledge and encouragement needed to create their own designs and advance their jewelry-making educations.” —Publishers Weekly

30 review for Fashion Jewelry: A Beginner's Guide to Jewelry Making

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is not the book for me, but a decent book none the less. For me to learn how to do something like this I would need someone to sit next to me and step by step show me how to do this stuff. This book however is good for someone who is familiar with jewelry making and has done some of this before. There are all kinds of different types of styles to do. There is a step by step picture guide, moreover there is a guide at the beginning of the book showing what materials will be needed for each p This is not the book for me, but a decent book none the less. For me to learn how to do something like this I would need someone to sit next to me and step by step show me how to do this stuff. This book however is good for someone who is familiar with jewelry making and has done some of this before. There are all kinds of different types of styles to do. There is a step by step picture guide, moreover there is a guide at the beginning of the book showing what materials will be needed for each project. This is an interesting book but it is for someone who already has experience with making these things already.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ligaya

    Some nice and doable jewelry designs for the beginner. The sections on tools and techniques is pretty abbreviated, but you get a quick start on making things. Clear step-by-step directions with photographs and lots of white space. I would have liked to see some variations on the completed projects. Some editing errors, like the middle photo on page 145. But this is a decent book to start making jewelry.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beth White

    Interesting

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    Anne-Marie Chandler

    I checked it out to get ideas and/or tips and techniques but found that I am not able to perform these techniques yet.

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