Details Illustrated instructions on using wire, beads, crystals, precious metal clay, cabochons, rivets, and other materials to create unique jewelry
Includes 15 projects for making beautiful necklaces, bracelets, rings, pins, and earrings
Expert instruction from master jeweler Carolyn Yohn McManus
Learn how to make boutique-style jewelry at home with this fully illustrated guide. The art of wire wrapping, beading, coiling, riveting, and using precious metal clay is described in detail for the beginning to advanced crafter. Eclectic designs combine with eye-catching materials to create jewelry that will keep the compliments coming.
About the Author:
Carolyn Yohn McManus has a degree from the Bowman Technical Institute and graduated from the Jewelry Design Institute. She attended the Baum School of Art as well as the William Holland School of Lapidary Arts. Her work has been featured in Art Jewelry magazine. She owns and operates Le Petit Artist in Pennsylvania.
128 pages, 440 color photos.