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Beginner Beading - Lesson 1 - Tools and Materials
Eri Attebery
Beginner Beading - Lesson 1 - Tools and Materials Before you begin learning bead jewelry making, there are some basics that you want to get familiar with. In Class 1, I will guide you through some basic information that will give you the knowledge you need to get off to a good start. . . . Click to View
Beginner Beading - Lesson 2 - Stringing a Bead Necklace
Eri Attebery
Beginner Beading - Lesson 2 - Stringing a Bead Necklace I think the easiest way to get started making jewelry is with bead stringing. All you need to do is run some string or wire through beads, and learn how to finish the ends. The nice thing is that once you have mastered this basic skill, you can find combinations of all kinds of beads and naturals stones to make an almost limitless variety of necklaces and bracelets. . . . Click to View
Beginner Beading - Lesson 3 - Stringing a Bead Bracelet
Eri Attebery
Beginner Beading - Lesson 3 - Stringing a Bead Bracelet Now, just to give you some extra practice and to show you how versatile bead stringing is, in Class 3 we will bead string a bracelet. This is one of the beautiful parts about jewelry making. Once you master a couple of skills you can use those skills to make different types of jewelry. . . . Click to View
Beginner Beading - Lesson 4 - Basic Pinwork
Eri Attebery
Beginner Beading - Lesson 4 - Basic Pinwork Now that you are quickly becoming a bead stringing expert, it's time to take your skills to the next level. If you want to make earrings, and I hope you do, learning basic pinwork techniques is very important. I often see many handcrafted pieces in jewelry shops that have less than quality handiwork when it comes to pinwork. There's no reason for that because if you follow a couple of rules and practice often, you will be able to create very high quality pinwork on a consistent basis. This class will introduce you to basic pinwork and give you guidance on how to do it correctly on a consistent basis. . . . Click to View
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