By Takako Samejima
Seventy one very good jewellery tasks requiring simply the fundamentals beading skills.|Jewelry artist Takako Samejima makes a speciality of bead jewellery, and has been operating with beads given that she was once a toddler. Her designs, which mix differing kinds, shapes, and sizes of beads, have gained approval for their good looks and originality. BEAD FANTASIES positive factors over seventy of her most unusual and staggering designs together with necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, brooches, hair adorns, mobile phone straps and eyeglass chains.
Each layout contains precise directions for developing the jewellery, supplemented via small colour pictures and special colour drawings. For the beginner, BEAD FANTASIES additionally contains descriptions of the beads used to make the jewellery, beading provides, and a few classes overlaying simple bead-stringing, weaving and completing options.
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