Sandra Salamony's 1,000 Jewelry Inspirations: Beads, Baubles, Dangles, and PDF
By Sandra Salamony
A visible catalog for jewellery, bead artists and crafters who will take pleasure in the chance to have such a lot of principles at their fingertips to motivate their very own projects
This booklet stands out as the moment quantity of Quarry's 1,000 series-an eye candy-laden follow-up to the very profitable 1,000 Artist buying and selling Cards(Quarry, Spring 2007).
A exhibit of wonderful jewellery bits and items, "bling" and gildings, will feed the inventive appetites of crafters and jewellery makers all over. This moment craft assortment will supply colour, sparkle, texture, measurement, and smart, inventive use of fabrics. One piece of knickknack may have numerous sights to be highlighted: an old clasp, textured lampwork beads, and complicated knots.
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Instead of hammering it, you push it down firmly with your hand to trigger it to punch the indentation. You can control the depth of the indentation by turning the end of the punch clockwise (for a deeper indentation) or counterclockwise (for a shallower indentation). 49 Pierce Metal (continued) Pierce with a Pocket Hand Drill A pocket hand drill has a handle on one end and a clamp, or chuck, for holding drill bits on the other end. You can use it to drill holes in soft metals such as copper, brass, and silver.
A b You can also use findings called fold-over crimp ends (b). You usually need to fold the end of your ribbon in half before sliding it into this type of finding (ideally with a drop of glue). You then use chain nose pliers to bend down the two “wings” on the finding. 35 CHAPTER 3 Metal Types and Terminology This chapter is an introduction to the types of metals you are most likely to use in your jewelry designs. It covers some important terminology used to describe metals and offers tips for taking care of your metal supplies.
42 Metal Care and Safety . . . . . . . . . 43 Metals Used for Making Jewelry M etals are generally categorized as either non-precious or precious. Non-precious metals are relatively abundant and affordable, while precious metals are rare and pricey. The most common non-precious metals for artisan jewelry are copper, brass, bronze, nickel, aluminum, steel, and pot metal. The most common precious metals are fine silver, sterling silver, and gold. NON-PRECIOUS METALS Copper Copper (a) is a soft, reddish metal that is easy to cut, texturize, color, and manipulate.
1,000 Jewelry Inspirations: Beads, Baubles, Dangles, and Chains by Sandra Salamony