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beading & jewelry books,


magazines & DVDs
spr i ng 2010
t a b l e o f c o n t e n t s
beading & jewelry
books, magazi nes & DVDs
New Titles 1
Backlist Books 5
DVDs 18
Spinning Book Rack 20
Magazines 21
Index 24
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Paperback with DVD,
8 x 9,
144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-174-3
$26.95
Available May 2010
Sculptural Metal Clay Jewelry
Techniques + Explorations
Kate McKinnon
Learn the art of metal clay from master teacher and jewelry artist, Kate McKinnon. Known for her
signature style featuring sculptural forms, moving parts, and organic designs, she offers her metal-clay
jewelry tips, tricks, and techniques in this detailed workshop-in-a-book featuring step-by-step photog-
raphy, instruction, and a DVD of key techniques.
Sculpture Metal Clay Jewelry begins with an overview of the properties of metal clay, including safety
information and metalsmithing terms. Next, Kate offers detailed techniques for creating a variety of
components, settings, ndings, attachments, 3-D forms, and textured effects that are the foundation of
her jewelry designs. All of the techniques are shown with step-by-step photography. For added instruc-
tional assistance, meet the author and see her techniques in action on the enclosed DVD. The technique
section is followed by 12 unique projects that combine the foundation techniques with one-of-a kind
design elements. Projects include three-dimensional rings, organic chain designs, metal clay, and bead
pendants, and more. All the designs have components made from metal clay including the clasps, chain,
and settings, moveable and removable pieces, unusual textures and patinas, unique construction and
engineering, plus creative ways to incorporate beads. This book offers jewelry artists both the techniques
and design inspiration needed to create gallery-level jewelry that is truly art to wear.
Making Connections
page 12
Mixed Metals
page 13
Kate McKinnon is a mixed-media jewelry artist who lives and works in Tucson, Arizona. Her
work focuses on the engineering of how elements work together, connect, and grow into
nished pieces of jewelry.
Kate started working in metal clay when it was rst introduced in America, and her work
stands out in her eld for its focus not only on professional construction, but also for her focus on safe
handling. She won the prestigious Rio Grande Saul Bell award in 2003 for her innovative design with
the product and has taught and lectured internationally.
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Paperback + DVD
8 x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-177-4
$24.95
Available July 2010
Custom Cool Jewelry
page 9
Enchanted
Adornments
page 10
A l s o A v A i l A b l e
Lisa Niven Kelly is an award-winning wire jewelry artist and a regular contributor to Bead
& Button, Art Jewelry, Beadwork, and Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry magazines. She has been
teaching beadwork and wirework nationally for more than 15 years. Lisa is the founder of
Beaducation.com, a groundbreaking source for online step-by-step video jewelry-making
classes and a source for wirework and metal stamping tools and supplies.
Stamped Metal Jewelry
Creative Techniques & Designs for Making Custom Jewelry
Lisa Niven Kelly
Metal stamping is one of the hottest trends in metal jewelry. Using purchased metal stamps and
sterling silver blanks, readers can personalize their metal jewelry designs with words, textures, and
creative designs. Lisa Niven Kelly, creator of the online Beaducation workshops and website, special-
izes in the technique and has been teaching stamping for more than six years to enthusiastic students.
Although stamping is a simple technique, the right tools and skills will help readers create professional
and exciting results.
Stamped Metal Jewelry teaches multiple metal stamping and texturing techniques, and the projects in-
corporate wirework and metalsmithing to create fabulous necklaces, beads, charms, bracelets, cuffs, and
earrings. The book opens with an extensive section on stamping, wirework, and metalsmithing tools and
techniques. With these skills, readers can begin the inspiring jewelry designs with condence. Nineteen
projects cover a variety of techniques and designs such as creating charms, incorporating stamped links
into beaded projects, making stamped links from at wire and wire-wrapping them together, stamping on
blanks and layering them, riveting, texturing metal, oxidizing, and more. In addition to Lisas projects, the
book features contributions by nationally known guest artists Tracy Stanley, Kriss Silva, Lisa Claxton, Kate
Richbourg, Janice Berkebile, and Connie Fox.
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Hardcover
8 x 10, 320 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-169-9
$34.95
Available April 2010
Step-by-Step Jewelry
Workshop
page 14
The Encyclopedia of
Contemporary Jewelry
Making Techniques
page 10
The Workbench Guide to
Jewelry Techniques
The Workbench Guide to Jewelry Techniques focuses on detailed explanation with clear step-by-
step photography of remarkable cutting-edge jewelry pieces by jewelry designers and makers from
around the world.
In addition to detailed explanations of jewelry techniques there is:
an extensive directory of tools and materials
a key to identify tools for a beginners kit
a guide to the design process and to photographing and promoting your own work
a comprehensive reference section with a directory of gems, tool shapes, glossary, stan-
dard sizes and measurements, conversion tables, and an extensive list of resources.
The Workbench Guide to Jewelry Techniques covers traditional metalsmithing skills and techniques
for alternative materials such as plastics and resin in expert detail, as well as discussing issues such
as the process of outsourcing work to specialist external suppliers.
Anastasia Young
This comprehensive and ambitious workshop reference for jewelers brings together a vast range of
skills, techniques, and technical data in one volume, to provide an essential look-it-up resource for
both students and professionals.
Anastasia Young is a practicing designer, jewelry, and artist whose work has been exhibited around
the world. She is the author of Jewelry Techniques: The Essential Guide to Choosing and Using Ma-
terials, Stones, and Settings. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins
College of Art and Design in London, where she now teaches.
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Paperback
8 x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-168-2
$22.95
Available April 2010
Totally Twisted
Innovative Wirework & Art Glass Jewelry
Kerry Bogert
Although in the past colored wire has been considered less sophisticated, Totally Twisted shows read-
ers how to use colored wire for a high-end look. In addition to her signature lampworkbeads, Kerry
uses Czech and other glass beads to show how glass and wire can be combined to great effect.
Accompanying the designs for earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, Totally Twisted includes wirework
tips and tricks to make wirework easier and more successful. Learn how to make your own clasps and
wire components along with techniques from coiling to wire wrapping all shown in clear step-by-step
photography. A master of color in jewelry, Kerry also shares her design tips for exploring color in jewelry
design, plus gives project variation ideas to show how changing the colors in the same design can
completely transform a piece.
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Wire Style
page 14
Designing Jewelry
with Glass Beads
page 9
Kerry Bogert is a former student of visual communications and graphic design turned
stay-at-home mom of three, jewelry artist, and teacher. In 2005, Kerry began selling
her lampworkglass beads on eBay, in her online Glass Gallery, and now her Bead
Box. She is an active member of the cyber artist community Wetcanvas.com and
LampworkEtc.com. In 2006, she started teaching at local art studios and in private
classes. Kerrys work has being published in several major jewelry magazines, includ-
ing Step By Step Wire Jewelry, BeadStyle, Bead & Button, Stringing, Creative Jewelry, and Easy Wire.
Several of her designs also appeared in Wire Style by Denise Peck.
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Wireworking is one of the hottest trends in jewelry, but all-wire jewelry can be monochromatic
and the cost of silver may put all-silver-wire jewelry out of the reach of many. Wire and lampwork
artist Kerry Bogert creates her signature colorful wire jewelry by combining sterling silver and
colored wire with glass beads to add a pop of color in designs from elegant to whimsical.
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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
3
4 x 8
3
4 , 144 pages
More than 250 photographs
and illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-99-6
$21.95
All Wired Up O
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
1
2 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
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!
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
5
3
4 x 7
3
4, 256 pages
600 photographs and illustrations
full color throughout
ISBN 978-1-59668-002-9
$24.95
Bead Romantique O
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
1
2 x 9, 144 pages
90 photographs, 271 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-046-3
$24.95

101 Wire Earrings
Step-by-Step Projects & Techniques
Denise Peck
101 Wire Earrings gives wireworkers at all
levels the information and inspiration to
make innovative, stylish, and contem-
porary wire earrings. The projects are
inexpensive and require minimal tools.
Paperback, 8 x 10, 128 pages
110 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-141-5
$19.95
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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
1
2 x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-12-5
$21.95
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
1
2 x 9, 128 pages
75 photographs, 206 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-55-2
$21.95
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 photo graphs, beaded
samples, and even more content, its sure to
be indispensable.
Hardcover with semi-concealed
wire-o binding, 7 x 5, 128 pages
160 photographs, 125 illustrations
full color throughout
ISBN 978-1-931499-92-7
$19.9
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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
1
2 x 9, 160 pages
80 color photographs
100 color illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-46-0
$21.95
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, 8
1
2 x 11, 32 pages
color photographs and illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-01-9
$9.95
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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
Beading on a Loom
Don Pierce
This essential guide to loom work 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
1
2 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.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9
1
4, 120 pages
70 photographs, 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
1
2 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
1
2 x 9, 128 pages
color photographs
and illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-06-4
$21.95
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
1
2 x 9, 96 pages
135 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-017-2
$21.95
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Earrings
Paperback with lay-flat binding,
4
1
4 x 10, 120 pages
30 color photographs
65 color illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-61-3
$16.95
Beaded Rings
Paperback with lay-flat binding,
4
1
4 x 10, 112 pages
30 color photographs,
64 color illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-26-2
$16.95
Necklaces
Paperback with lay-flat binding,
4
1
4 x 10, 112 pages, color
photographs, and line drawings
ISBN 978-1-931499-22-4
$16.95
Beaded Bags
Paperback with lay-flat binding,
4
1
4 x 10, 136 pages, color
photographs and line drawings
ISBN 978-1-931499-27-9
$16.95
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.
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.
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.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o, 7 x 9,
152 pages, 55 color photographs, color strips,
2 color wheels
ISBN 978-1-931499-47-7
$24.95
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 128 pages
79 photographs, 47 charts
74 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-037-1
$18.95
Chain Style
50 Contemporary
Jewelry Designs
Jane Dickerson
Using basic wirework and stringing
techniques, plus easy-to-nd tools and
materials, Chain Style features 50 fabulous
projects showing the wide variety of design
styles that are possible using chain and a few
special beads. The projects are suitable for
jewelry makers of all skill levels.
Paperback, 8 x 10,
128 pages, 70 photographs,
10 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-150-7
$19.95
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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
3
4 x 8
3
4
128 pages, 175 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-035-7
$24.95
Custom Cool Jewelry O
Create 200+ Personalized Pendants,
Charms, and Clasps
Melinda Barta
Learn clever ideas for creating boutique-
style 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, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4
144 pages, 150 photographs
43 illustrations, 2 charts
ISBN 978-1-59668-074-6
$22.95
Create contemporary copper jewelry that
is beautifully designed and affordable.
Working with base metals and copper is
popular because its pretty, easy to work
with, and accessible.
Paperback, 8 x 10
128 pages, 250 photographs
20 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-143-9
$22.95
Contemporary Copper Jewelry
Step-by-Step Techniques and Projects
Sharilyn Miller
Designing Jewelry with
Glass Beads O
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, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4
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
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 seed-
bead-weaving designs. Along the way learn
entertaining tidbits about this specialty bead.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 128 pages
100 photographs, 30 illustrations
5 charts
ISBN 978-1-59668-022-7
$22.95
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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 irty, 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, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 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
Presents 23 projects ranging in difculty
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, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 120 pages
100 photographs, 30 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-068-5
$22.95
Elements of Style
Knit + Crochet Jewelry with Wire,
Fiber, Felt + Beads
Rosemary Hill
Make wearable pieces of art with easy-to-nd
materials, clever techniques, and the unique
design ideas in Elements of Style. These 25
modern wire, bead, and ber jewelry designs
using knit, crochet, and felting techniques will
appeal to jewelry makers of all levels.
Paperback, 8 x 10, 128 pages
60 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-079-1
$22.95
Enchanted Adornments
Creating Mixed-Media Jewelry with Metal,
Clay, Wire, Resin & More
Cynthia Thornton
Cynthia Thornton brings the magic of her
design process with mixed-media jewelry
techniques and projects. Create over 20
projects ranging from the simple to the
ornate.
Paperback, 8 x 10, 160 pages
200 photographs, 100 Illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-157-6
$24.95
A guide for jewelers who want to create
modern one-of -a-kind jewelry. Included
are techniques and processes for working
with plastics, rubber, resin, ceramics, glass,
precious and nonprecious metals.
Paperback, 8 x 8, 160 pages
400 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-146-0
$26.95
The Encyclopedia of Contemporary
Jewelry Making Techniques
A Comprehensive Guide for Jewelers
and Metalsmiths
Vannetta Seecharran
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Fabulous Fabric Beads
Create Custom Beads and Art Jewelry
Kristal Wick
Combines techniques from beading,
scrapbooking, quilting, ber arts, and mixed
media 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, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 112 pages
150 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-077-7
$22.95
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
Getting Started Making Wire
Jewelry and More O
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
Getting Started with Seed Beads
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
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
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
1
2 x 9, 96 pages
120 color photographs, 40 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-95-8
$19.95
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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
1
2 x 10
1
4, 128 pages
115 color photographs
40 illustrations, full color throughout
ISBN 978-1-59668-005-0
$21.95
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Jewelry Studio:
Silver Wire Fusing O
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, 8
1
2 x 9, 120 pages
100 photographs, 10 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-066-1
$22.95
Jewelry Studio: Wire Wrapping O
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, 8
1
2 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, easy-
to-find tools and spools of wire.
Paperback, 8
1
8 x 10
7
8, 128 pages
200 color photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-014-2
$19.95
Making Polymer Clay Beads O
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
3
4 x 8
3
4, 128 pages
500 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-019-7
$24.95
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 nd this a great handbook to spark
creativity and inspiration.
Hardcover, 8 x 9, 128 pages
80 photographs
ISBN 978-0-9798407-0-8
$48.00
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Marketing and Selling Your
Handmade Jewelry
O
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 such as bracelets, necklaces,
rings, earrings, ndings, closures, beaded
beads, and more as you progressively
strengthen your skills.
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
ndings, including silver, gold, and base
metals.
Paperback, 8 x 9, 112 pages
110 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-092-0
$22.95
Hardcover with concealed wire-o,
7 x 9
1
4, 240 pages, 65 color photographs
5 charts, 200+ illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-013-5
$24.95
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 such as stringing, wire
wrapping, and knotting for knockout results.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 120 pages, 150 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-048-7
$21.95
Seed Bead Fusion O
18 Projects to Stitch, Wire, and String
Rachel Nelson-Smith
This fresh design approach to seed-bead
jewelry teaches readers how to fuse,
merge, and mix materials, techniques,
colors, inspiration, and design ideas with
a contemporary edge. Seed Bead Fusion is
all about the inventive fusion of materials,
techniques, and inspiration, which creates
eye-catching seed-bead jewelry.
Paperback, 8 x 9, 144 pages
200 photographs, 25 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-156-9
$24.95
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Techniques + Explorations
Kate McKinnon
Learn the art of metal clay from master
teacher and jewelry artist, Kate McKinnon.
Full of detailed techniques for creating a
variety of components, settings, ndings,
attachments, 3-D forms, and textured effects.
This book offers jewelry artists both the
techniques and design inspiration needed to
create gallery-level jewelry that is truly art to
wear. Twelve projects plus instructional DVD.
Paperback with flaps + DVD, 8 x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-174-3
$26.95
Available May 2010
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Step-by-Step Jewelry Workshop O
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, ling, sawing,
soldering, piercing, pickling, forging, as well as
how to use wire and make stone settings, plus
cleaning your jewelry for that nishing touch.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 11, 128 pages,
350 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-060-9
$24.95
Stringing Style 2
50 More Designs for Beaded Jewelry
Jean Campbell
Following in the footsteps of Stringing Style,
weve gathered proven designs for one-of-a-
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
1
2 x 10
1
4, 96 pages
60 photographs, 1 chart, 12 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-036-4
$18.95
Stringing Style O
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
1
2 x 10
1
4, 96 pages
60 photographs, 40 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-931499-96-5
$16.95
Wire Style O
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
1
2 x 10
1
4, 120 pages
150 photographs, 3 charts
ISBN 978-1-59668-070-8
$19.95
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Stamped Metal Jewelry
Creative Techniques & Designs for
Making Custom Jewelry
Lisa Niven Kelly
Using purchased metal stamps and sterling
silver blanks, readers can personalize their
metal jewelry designs with words, textures,
and creative designs. Nineteen projects cover
a variety of techniques and designs such as
creating charms, incorporating stamped links
into beaded projects, making stamped links
from at wire and wire-wrapping them together,
stamping on blanks and layering them, riveting,
texturing metal, oxidizing, and more.
Paperback with DVD, 8 x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-177-4
$24.95
Available July 2010
Totally Twisted
Innovative Wirework + Art Glass Jewelry
Kerry Bogert
Wire and lampwork artist Kerry Bogert
creates her signature colorful wire jewelry
by combining sterling silver and colored
wire with glass beads to add a pop of color
in designs from elegant to whimsical.
Accompanying the 20 designs for earrings,
bracelets, and necklaces, Totally Twisted
includes wirework tips and tricks to make
wirework easier and more successful.
Paperback, 8 x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-168-2
$22.95
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Wirework O
An Illustrated Guide to the Art of Wire
Wrapping
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
1
2 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
1
2 x 9, 144 pages
410 color photographs
ISBN 978-1-931499-57-6
$21.95
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 9, 128 pages
100 photographs, 20 illustrations
ISBN 978-1-59668-034-0
$24.95
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Hardcover, 8 x 10, 320 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-169-9
$34.95
Available April 2010
The Workbench Guide to Jewelry
Techniques
Anastasia Young
This comprehensive workshop reference
for jewelers brings together a vast range of
skills, techniques, and technical data in one
volume, providing an essential look-it-up
resource for both students and profession-
als. All of the techniques demonstrated are
illustrated with photographs of remarkable
cutting-edge jewelry pieces by jewelry de-
signers and makers from around the world.
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, a 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.
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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, ax, merino, paper clay,
and Translucent Liquid Sculpey. Included
are step-by-step instructions, beautiful
photos, and tips for personalizing.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 10
3
4, 128 pages
100 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-051-7
$24.95
Crochet with Wire
Nancie M. Wiseman
Crocheters, beaders, and wire workers 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
1
2, 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
1
2, 96 pages
color photographs
ISBN 978-1-931499-31-6
$16.95
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, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 128 pages
150 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-084-5
$22.95
Mixed Media Explorations O
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 step-
by-step instructions for making projects while
she encourages readers to follow their own
instincts and experiment.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 11
1
2, 112 pages
ISBN 978-0976692829
$27.99
Mixed-Media Self-Portraits
Inspiration & Techniques
Cate Coulacos Prato
Explore creative self-portraits through
exercises, essays, and gallery art. Readers
will nd inspiration plus mixed-media,
collage, and ber-arts techniques.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 10
1
4, 128 pages
100 photographs
ISBN 978-159668-082-1
$22.95
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Stitch, Dissolve, Distort
with Machine Embroidery O
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, 8
1
2 x 10
3
4, 128 pages
100 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-050-0
$27.95
Stitch Alchemy
Combining Fabric and Paper for
Mixed-Media Art
Kelli Perkins
Combine two hot trends for a mixed-media
sensation! Blend the versatility of paper
with the dimensional qualities of cloth
with paper-cloth that can be easily
transformed into collaged quilts.
Paperback, 8 x 10,
136 pages, 200 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-113-2
$22.95
Printmaking + Mixed Media
Simple Techniques and Projects for
Paper and Fabric
Dorit Elisha

Learn simple printmaking techniques and
how to incorporate printed images into
mixed-media artwork on paper and fabric, a
twist on traditional methods.
Paperback, 8
1
2 x 10, 120 pages
250 photographs
ISBN 978-1-59668-095-1
$22.95
Cloth Paper Scissors covers all types
of ber 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
Fiberarts is the worlds leading textile-art
magazine. It showcases ber art and artists
and provides inspiration, informa tion,
and resources on innovative approaches
to surface design, sculpture, wearable
art, beadwork, quilting, tapestry and wall
hangings, needlework, paper making, and
basketry.
5x/year
$7.99
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 ber and mixed-
media 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.

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DVDs
Metalwork:
Making Cold
Connections with
Rivets
Jewelry design superstar
Susan Lenart Kazmer
gives you step-by-step
instructions along with
helpful tutorials on the
tools youll use to make two
distinctive pendants using
wire rivets, screw rivets,
and tube rivets.
Run time approx. 1 hr
$24.99
ISBN 978-159668-196-5
Beading Daily Workshops
Have a private one-on-one jewelry-making lesson with the Beading Daily prosright in your own home! These informative
and educational video workshops will take you from concept to creation in under an hour.
Metalwork:
Wire Fusing & Other
Micro-Torch
Techniques
Master wire-fusing basics
with easy step-by-step
instructions from artist and
best-selling author Denise
Peck. Learn to create fabu-
lous professional-quality
jewelry and ndings in 8
watch-and-learn lessons,
including 6 step-by-step
projects.
Run time approx. 45 min
$29.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-250-4
DoodleBeads with
Leslie Rogalski: Learn
12 Basic Seed-Bead
Stitches
Join seed-bead expert,
editor, and designer Leslie
Rogalski for the best, most
visually comprehensive
lessons in seed beading yet!
See the secrets of stitch-
ing with Leslies signature
thread-path diagramsfor
each stitch, she draws
exactly the path the thread
travels.
Run time approx. 1 hr
$29.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-251-1
Exploring Resin
Jewelry-Making with
Susan Lenart Kazmer
Learn from jewelry design
superstar Susan Lenart
Kazmer as she shows you
step by step how to create
one-of-a-kind designs with
resin, special mementos,
and other cool mixed-
media. Enhance your skills
with to make charms, pen-
dants, and more!
Run time approx. 1 hr
$29.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-249-8
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Series 800
This season, weve assembled a team of ex-
perts to answer artists most-asked questions,
instruct you on basic beading techniques, and
give you great ideas for beautiful pieces that
only look difcult to create.
Run time approx. 5 hrs, 48 min
$39.99
ISBN 979-1-59668-118-7
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 home. These informative and educational videos will take you from
concept to the nished piece in under 1 hour.
Beaded Viking Knit
Bracelet
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.
Run time approx. 30 minutes
$24.99
ISBN 1-59668-151-4
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.
Run time approx. 60 minutes
$24.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-152-1
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-by-
step how to transform wire and
beads into this stunning Pod Ring.
Run time approx. 40 minutes
$24.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-153-8
Custom Collage Charms
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 these charms embellished with
maps, beads, and scrapbook
papers.
Run time approx. 40 minutes
$24.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-154-5
Beads, Baubles and Jewels DVDs
Series 900
Our team of experts will show you how to
use a variety of elements to create smart
and fashion-forward designs. Using metals
and wire, recycled beads, Lucite and resins,
polymer clay, and more, youll easily be de-
signing unique and fashion-savvy jewelry.
Run time approx. 5 hrs, 48 min
$39.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-185-9
Join TV personality and gemologist Katina Forte and connect with talented designers and teachers who will instruct
you in the art of creating and combining beads, baubles, and jewels.
Series 1000
In the 10th anniversary season of Beads,
Baubles, and Jewels, the designers focus on
taking jewelry making to the next level. Join
the industrys favorite artists, including Mark
Nelson, Marlene Blessing, Katie Hacker,
and Leslie Rogalski for 40+ how-to lessons,
including over 30 watch-and-learn projects.
Run time approx. 4 hrs, 43 min
$39.99
ISBN 978-1-59668-241-2
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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 nd projects
that teach and test them.
6x/year
$5.99
Special issues:
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Bead Star (December)
Handcrafted Jewelry (August)
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, step-
by-step jewelry projects for every skill level,
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from pros and the latest book and media
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5x/year
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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, such as
stringing, wireworking, and knotting. Full-
color photographs, thorough step-by-step
instructions, easy-to-follow technique
illustrations, and detailed resource
information make this magazine a must-have
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Jewelry Artist (formerly Lapidary Journal)
The source for hands-on jewelry and gem
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projects, time- and money-saving tips, in-
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Colored Stone is an international
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the colored gemstone industry, including
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Beadwork Presents 41 Favorite
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Get hours of happy beading from this must-
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patterns, featuring 41 time-tested bead-
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bead worlds most recognized designers, 5
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1x/year
$14.99 (October 2010)
Tucson Show Guide
Complete your shopping experience with
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Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry
Boost your wire skills with the biggest col-
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more than double the content and inspira-
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Best of Stringing
Now you can bead with the best of them.
The special collectors edition Best of
Stringing is a supersized index of projects
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Easy Wire
Create beautiful wire jewelry in less time
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Bead Star 2010
Get an exclusive look at the nations
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Readers can even learn how to make the
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Spring 2010 Catalog Index by Title
Spring 2010 Catalog Index by Author
100 Beaded Jewelry Designs 5
101 Wire Earrings 5
All Wired Up 5
Ancient Modern 5
Bags with Paper Stitch 16
Basic Seed-Bead Stitches 18
Bead Romantique 5
Bead Star 2010 22
Beaded Cords, Chains,
Straps and Fringe 6
Beaded Embellishment 6
Beaders Stash 6
Beading for the Soul 6
Beading in the
Native American Tradition 7
Beading on a Loom 7
Beading on Fabric 7
Beading with Peyote Stitch 7
Beads Baubles and Jewels
DVDs: Series 800 19
Beads Baubles and Jewels
DVDs: Series 900 19
Beads Baubles and Jewels
DVDs: Series 1000 19
Bead Fest Video Workshop
DVDs: Beaded Viking
Knitted Bracelet 19
Bead Fest Video Workshop
DVDs: Custom
Collage Charms 19
Bead Fest Video Workshop
DVDs: Pod Ring 19
Bead Fest Video Workshop
DVDs: Riveted Earrings 19
Beads in Bloom 7
Beadwork 21
Beadwork Creates Jewelry 8
Beadwork Creates:
Beaded Bags 8
Beadwork Creates:
Beaded Rings 8
Beadwork Creates: Earrings 8
Beadwork Creates:
Necklaces 9
Beadwork Presents
41 Favorite
Jewelry Designs 22
Bella Beaded Jewelry 7
Chain Style 8
Cloth Paper Scissors 17
Color Works 8
Colored Stone 21
Contemporary Copper
Jewelry 9
Create Jewelry: Crystals 9
Create Jewelry: Glass 10
Create Jewelry: Pearls 10
Create Jewelry: Stones 10
Crochet Jewelry 9
Crochet with Wire 16
Custom Cool Jewelry 9
Designing Jewelry
with Glass Beads 9
Designing Jewelry
with Semiprecious Beads 9
DoodleBeads with
Leslie Rogalski: Learn 12

Easy Wire 22
Elements of Style 10
Enchanted Adornments 10
Exploring Resin
Jewelry-Making with
Susan Lenart Kazmer 18
Fabulous Fabric Beads 11
Fiberarts 17
Getting Started
Making Metal Jewelry 11
Getting Started
Making Wire Jewelry
and More 11
Getting Started
Stringing Beads 11
Getting Started
with Seed Beads 11
Hand Felted Jewelry
and Beads 12
Hip to Bead 11
Jewelry Studio:
Silver Wire Fusing 12
Jewelry Studio:
Wire Wrapping 12
Knitting with Wire 16
Lapidary Journal
Jewelry Artist 21
Making Colorful Wire
and Beaded Jewelry 12
Making Connections 12
Making Polymer Clay Beads 12
Marketing and Selling Your
Handmade Jewelry 13
Mastering Beadwork 13
Metalwork: Making
Cold Connections
with Rivets 18
Metalwork: Wire Fusing
and Other Micro-Torch
Techniques 18
Mixed Mania 16
Mixed Media Explorations 16
Mixed Metals 13
Mixed-Media Self-Portraits 16
Printmaking and
Mixed Media 17
Sculptural Metal
Clay Jewelry 1, 13
Seed Bead Fusion 13
Simply Modern Jewelry 13
Stamped Metal Jewelry 2, 14
Step-by-Step Jewelry
Workshop 14
Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry 21
Stitch Alchemy 17
Stitch, Dissolve,
Distort with
Machine Embroidery 17
Stringing 21
Stringing Style 14
Stringing Style 2 14
Studios 17
The Bead Directory 5
The Beaded Garden 6
The Beaders Companion 6
The Best of
Step-by-Step
Wire Jewelry 22
The Best of Stringing 22
The Encyclopedia
of Contemporary
Jewelry Making
Techniques 10
The Workbench Guide
to Jewelry Techniques 3, 15
Totally Twisted 4, 14
Tucson Show Guide 22
Wire Style 14
Wirework 15
Woven Wire Jewelry 15
Zulu Inspired Beadwork 15
Armstrong, Dale 15
Atkins, Robin 6, 15
Baker, Arlene 7
Barta, Melinda 9, 13
Blackburn, Carol 12
Blessing, Marlene 9, 10
Bogert, Kerry 4, 14
Burnham, Stephanie 5
Campbell, Jean 6, 8, 11, 14
Campbell-Harding, Valerie 17
Cannarella, Deborah 6
Chandler, Linda L. 11, 12, 15
Ciotti, Donatella 7
Clark , Amy C. 6, 15
Cook, Jeannette 7
Crane, Debbie 16
Cypher, Carol Huber 12, 13
Dean, David 7
Dickerson, Jane 8
Durant, Judith 6
Elisha, Dorit 17
Fitzgerald, Diane 6
Fox, Danielle 13
Gover, Kim 9
Grey, Maggie 17
Hacker, Katie 11
Hall, Isobel 16
Hill, Rosemary 10
Hogsett, Jamie 9, 10, 14
Hurst, Nicola 14
Jones, Linda 12
Jones, Liz 12
Kan, Lisa 5
Kazmer, Susan Lenart 12
Kelly, Lisa 2, 14
Kim, Waejong 9
Lareau, Mark 5, 11
Lareau, Viki 13
Levaas, Laura 6
Mann, Elise 5
McKinnon, Kate 1, 13
Menz, Deb 8
Miller, Sharilyn 9
Nelson-Smith, Rachel 13
Peck, Denise 5, 14
Perkins, Kelli 17
Pierce, Don 7
Prater, Cheryl 16
Prato, Cate Coulacos 16
Pulvermakerher, Anna 9
Ritchey, Christine R. 11, 12, 15
Seecharran, Vannetta 10
Serisch, Stephanie 9
Star, Vicki 7
Taylor, Beryl 16
Thornton, Cynthia 10
Van Horn, Larkin Jean 7
Wedekind, Dustin 11
Weltman, Ronna Sarvas 5
Wick, Kristal 11
Wiseman, Nancie M. 16
Young, Anastasia 3
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