By Lorelei Eurto, Erin Siegel
Bohemian-Inspired jewellery provides fifty attractive designs that discover the speedily turning out to be development of utilizing cords and ribbon in jewellery. within this colourful guideline e-book are transparent steps for incorporating those fashionable fabrics into designs. From easy jewelry-making ideas, together with stringing, knotting, and cord wrapping, to extra complicated steps, equivalent to knotted loops and button clasps, Bohemian-Inspired jewellery is ideal for all degrees of jewellery makers attracted to developing attractive, hip designs.
Artists Erin Siegel and Lorelei Eurto excel in maximizing jewelry-making percentages utilizing a simplicity-focused starting place - easy fabrics, basic options, cheap costs. Joined via numerous best designers, together with Denise Yezbak Moore, Tracy Statler, and Mary Jane Dodd, this duo deals lots of nice tasks and proposal in Bohemian-Inspired jewellery.
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