More Prizes in the Pass On Your Passion Giveaway!

Mar 15, 2012

Yes, that's right: we've decided to add two more prize packages to our Pass On Your Passion Giveaway for National Craft Month! We'll select, at random, two more winners who leave a comment on the original Pass On  Your Passion blog and tell us how they are going to pass on their passion for beading and jewelry making to someone else! Two more comments will be selected at random to win five assorted back issues of Beadwork magazine (for you) and five assorted back issues of Stringing and Step By Step Beads magazine (for your friend)!

You have until midnight, March 22 EDT to submit your comment. You can also read all of the official rules here.

Don't forget: Interweave offers a whole series of free eBooks for jewelry making, quilting, knitting, crochet, mixed media art techniques and more! They're perfect for beginners just starting out or for more advanced crafters who want to try something new. Make sure you visit the other Interweave sites to see how the other Interweave Editors are helping to Pass On Their Passion for their craft!

How do you plan to pass on your passion for beading, jewelry making, painting, quilting, knitting, crochet, or...?

Bead Happy,


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julesck41 wrote
on Mar 16, 2012 1:28 PM

i would like , in the future to pass to my 4 granddaughter my passion for beading

Holloar wrote
on Mar 16, 2012 5:17 PM

I have already been doing this, much to my surprise. My teenage nephews saw me doing some metal stamping, they wanted to try it, then asked what I was making. When I told I was making jewelry they did get kind of turned off. Until I told them a great way to impress the girls was to give them custom jewelry. The younger one didn't still didn't buy, but the older one saw the potential.  

llaunius wrote
on Mar 16, 2012 8:00 PM

Hello,I have a subscription of step by step wire jewelry,and Bead Work,but you want me to subscribe before I get the E Book,what should I do? Thank you for your patience,Lindacay

b.barth wrote
on Mar 16, 2012 9:59 PM

My jewelry prompt people to ask how and I start them out wilth small things and  they come bace for more.

theEXpress wrote
on Mar 20, 2012 8:38 AM

For once being left handed is an advantage! I can teach my friends, who are horribly intimidated by bead weaving, to bead with less confusion because they can do exactly what I'm showing them. No need to befuddle the basics by having to translate each step into the opposite "hand".