Author: Christine R. Rirchey
Those with interest, but absolutely no wireworking Knowledge, with find this gradual guide a great introduction to every aspect of working with the enduring medium of wireworking. The chapters walk the aspiring craftsperson step-by-step through the entire process, from where and how to shop for wire and beads, to choosing the right kind and gauge of wire, and what tools of the trade they need to borrow or buy. No background is assumed; skill build upon each other as the book progresses. The basic jewelry components, such as loops, jump rings, findings, and connectors, are covered in turn. These lessons are then put to use with selections of six projects, from jewelry to more unusual uses for metal embellishments such as greeting cards. Filled with lessons, tips, and resources from start to finish, this manual is a primer for the true beginner.
Hardcoer~96 pages. www.Amazon.com
**Sorry I couldn’t get the cover photo up for this book.**