Wire Wrap Jewelry Making for Beginners: Step-by-Step Projects for Beaded Designs (Paperback)

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Create beautiful wire wrap jewelry with 20 beginner-friendly projects

If you’re interested in making your own jewelry, wire wrapping is a great technique to start with. The jewelry is easily joined and decorated by shaping, twisting, wrapping, coiling, and weaving wire. In this jewelry-making guide, you’ll learn how to create 20 projects that will progressively build your skills.
  • What you need to get started—Learn about the easy-to-use, budget-friendly tools that make wire wrapping perfect for beginners.
  • Learn simple techniques—Set yourself up for success with illustrated, step-by-step directions for creating loops, adding beads, and more.
  • Engaging, eye-catching projects—Make trendy pieces to enhance your wardrobe, including bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings.

Create beautiful wire wrap jewelry that will dazzle your friends and family.

About the Author

LISA YANG has more than 30 years of jewelry-making experience, selling her jewelry creations to gift shops and specialty stores. She also has an online shop: Shop Lisa Yang Jewelry (shoplisayangjewelry.com).

Praise For…

“Lisa Yang is such a great teacher. Her book is clearly written, illustrated with well done color photos of each step. The thorough review of basic techniques and tools is valuable to any skill level, and the projects are as stylish as the book is visually fresh and fun. What a perfect place to start making wire wrapped jewelry!” —Leslie Rogalski, Creative Director for The BeadSmith, Teacher, Designer, and Creator of the Craftsy online workshop series Essential Seed Bead Stitches

“Beautifully organized and clearly written by an expert teacher, Lisa's book offers step-by-step instruction and guidance in the art and craft of wire wrapped jewelry making. She starts with the basics and expands your skills from there, with each inspiring chapter offering opportunity for practice and helpful tips along the way for making these ever-wearable designs your own.” —Laura Gasparrini, Inventor of the Om Tara® Crimper, Jewelry Arts Educator, and Author

Product Details
ISBN: 9781638781936
ISBN-10: 1638781931
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: November 22nd, 2022
Pages: 146
Language: English



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