Jewelry Stringing, Summer 2012

Summer 2012 Jewelry StringingIn this special mixed-media issue of Jewelry Stringing, you will find step-by-step instructions for four easy, crafty techniques that you can use to customize your jewelry designs. Follow our in-depth Technique Focus tutorial to learn more about how to use bead cones, and browse through our collection of colorful wood and nut beads in our Beads to Buy department. Our interview with professional jewelry designer and instructor Erin Siegel will give you a glimpse of the ups and downs of teaching students how to make jewelry.

TERRIFIC TURQUOISE

TURQUOISE TEARDROPS
Kathryn Toplis-Lohaus

 

 


SIMPLY TURQUOISE
Jamie Hogsett

TURQUOISE SONG
Janine Lucas

SOUTHWESTERN REVERIE
Martha Thomas

RED ROCK CANYON
Kelly Morgan

RED CREEK
Erin Strother

 

 

   

 
FUN WITH FIBER

HAPPY POPPIES
Jeannie K. Dukic



BOHEMIAN SUMMER
Geeta Gupta

DAISY MAY
Anne Perry

JUNKET QUEEN
Arlene Kauffman

MYSTIC MAGIC
Erin Siegel
VINTAGE FALLS
Allison Hoffman


       
IT’S ONLY NATURAL

TRAVELER
Anne Perry

 


 WOOD STACK
Arlene Kauffman

FRUIT OF THE FOREST
Jeanine Center

SANDY
Lorelei Eurto

THE DRIFTER
Erin Strother

INSPIRED BY NATURE
Maria Dao

 

CUSTOM JEWELRY FEATURE: Resin

DESERT GEMS
Kelly Morgan

 

 


CELLO BRACELET
Rebecca Nunn

FOREVER MY LOVE BE TRUE
Kristen Robinson

 
CUSTOM JEWELRY FEATURE: Stamping

WISH NECKLACE
Lisa Niven Kelly

 

 


SERENDIPITY DO-DAH
Toni McCarthy

HAPPY HEART
Ellen Wagner


CUSTOM JEWELRY FEATURE: Polymer Clay

BEACHCOMBING
Glorianne Ljubich

 

 


ORGANIC DELIGHT
Debbie Blair

HARLEQUIN ROMANCE
Erin Prais-Hintz


CUSTOM JEWELRY FEATURE: Filigrees

BIRD AND BLOSSOMS
Jess Italia Lincoln

 

 


RUSTIC BUTTERFLY
Cindy Cima Edwards

TRUE LOVE
Kristy Abner


Departments

Simply Strung  

Bead Beat
Technique Focus
Beading on a Shoestring
Beads to Buy
18 Bracelet Designs!
27 Earring Designs!
Stringing 101
Project Resource Guide
Sell & Tell

Feature

Pour, Stamp, Mold & Wrap: 4 Easy Ways to Customize Jewelry
 •Twelve projects to create with resin, metal stamps, polymer clay, and filigrees!
    

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Categories

Bead Stringing, Jewelry Stringing Magazine

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