"Lots of creative ideas for incorporating lampwork and other glass beads into jewelry." --About.com Guide to Jewelry Making This is a lovely colourful book with lots of ideas for using glass beads, mainly lampworked ones (the author is a lampworker). I liked all of the projects, which include wirework, stringing and knotting, and thought she had some great ideas. But I especially loved the colourful photos of the projects, the background information on making beads and the beadmakers included, and the design extras.-Judith Weller, BEADVom Verlag:
Glass beads, in all their infinite shapes and sizes, add a magical dimension to jewelry design. Stephanie Sersich, a lampwork artist and jewelry designer known for her adventurous use of color, shares her insights, inspirations, and special methods for success in Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads. Learn Stephanie's process for creating great jewelry by starting with a primer on the different types of glass beads and how they are made. Then explore creativity with key principles of design including repetition, balance, contrast, texture, and color, all discussed in an accessible, conversational writing style illustrated with beautiful photographs. For the first time, the author shares her special method of knotting beads and fibers-called "spiny knotting" and until now only taught in her classes-as well as other new and exclusive projects. Throughout the book, sidebars on the inspirations and creations of other glass jewelry artists, as well as insight into the author's evolution as an artist, offer unique perspectives on creating artful glass jewelry. Designing Jewelry with Glass Beads features twenty dazzling step-by-step projects incorporating a variety of beading techniques from simple to complex. The projects are fully illustrated and include wirework, stringing, sewing, and a variety of knotting techniques. Readers will build their skills by progressing through the projects and using the design tips in each project to make unique variations. Projects will allow readers to use a mix of inexpensive, commercially available beads as well as one-of-a-kind handmade glass beads. A resource guide offers readers options for sourcing glass beads at a wide range of price points.
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