By J. Marsha Michler
Fashion beads and twine into beautiful jewelry
Jewelry artists glance no extra, Bead & twine paintings Jewelry is the source you want to collect of your favourite mediums - bead and cord. From basic stringing to huge wirework, writer J. Marsha Michler's unique, step by step directions will assist you create over 50 wonderful items of knickknack. examine options together with stringing, sewing, jigwork and loomwork, or even learn how to make your individual findings. From effortless to complex, you will discover a undertaking to fit your ability point and tastes.
This inspirational ebook features:
• 50+ effortless, intermediate and complicated jewellery projects
• a number of jewelry, rings, bracelets and necklaces
• diversifications to motivate your creativity
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Extra resources for Bead & Wire Art Jewelry: Techniques & Designs for all Skill Levels
188 x 204 cm) solid or also Nine-Patch. Different placement of the blocks for a number of styles—dating back to the mid-nineteenth results in seemingly endless variations of geometric patterns. century. Elise Schebler Roberts offers a good description: Some of the combinations themselves have been favored and repeated enough to earn their own names. For instance, an The first documented Log Cabin quilt was Irish Chain pattern (which may or may not have originated made in 1865. The pattern became very popular in Ireland, as examined in the section on Ireland) is a top that in the late nineteenth century and into the twen- incorporates Nine-Patches and results in a “chain” of like tieth century.
Indd 31 7/27/10 5:13:39 PM 7/27/10 5:23:26 PM (RAY) Text Job:07-20321 Title:MBI-149553 Quilts Around the World #175 Dtp:216 Page:31 PA RT I : T h e A m e r i c a s 32 CarpEntEr’s sQuarE | Maker unknown | c. 1880–1900 | 73 x 73 in. indd 32 7/27/10 5:13:43 PM 7/27/10 5:23:26 PM (RAY) Text Job:07-20321 Title:MBI-149553 Quilts Around the World #175 Dtp:216 Page:32 United States World age:32 33 turkEy work EmBroIdErEd QuIlt | Maker unknown | c. 1910–1920 | 64 x 74 in. indd 34 8/13/10 11:04:25 AM 7/27/10 5:23:26 PM (RAY) Text Job:07-20321 Job:07-20321 Title:MBI-149553 Title:MBI-149553 Quilts Quilts Around Around the the World 08-C57985 (204) #175 Dtp:216 Page:34 of American Art in New York.
Flying geese and Bars | Maker unknown | c. 1835 | 935⁄8 x 84 in. 4 cm) | Pieced and quilted cotton One of the goals of my library research is to examine generalizations and stereotypes and test them against actual that helps me re-create the context of the place and time in historical findings. My research since 1976 has focused on which the quilt was created. The picture I draw may not be the southern Appalachian mountain region and the South in complete, but I know the few lines that I have reconstructed general.