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Meet and greet
This month we interviewed resin expert and Beads & Beyond designer, Clare John
This month’s Spotlight is on three great books, as well as the blog of the month and the website of the month
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Create circle upon circle of wire to form golden frames for beads in ice cream shades with this perfect pastel jewellery set. Choose your favourite flavours
Take a break and create this quirky necklace using dolls’ house miniatures, vintage copper coffee pots and coffee beans
Marvellous mixed metals make this necklace the perfect accessory to multiple outfits
That’s a wrap
Take fire-polished beads, copper and lovely leather to make this long wrapped bracelet. Go as long as you like!
These multi-coloured beads will bring a smile to your face and use up odds and ends in your glass stash too!
Once upon a time
Take the ancient art of chain maille to a new, delicate yet decadent dimension with a beautiful jewellery set, fit for a wedding or other special occasion
Knit and stitch this fabulous combination necklace. Discover the versatility of I-cord and try the new Swarovski crystal colours
You’ll be ‘saw’ happy when you finish this pretty bird necklace! Whether you use the templates provided or design your own, you’ll master all the sawing and piercing techniques you need to make a beautiful version in silver or copper
Make a multi-strand necklace in pastel shades, perfect for the season
Four designers use the same pack of beads from Big Bead Little Bead to create three designs – which is your favourite?
Stack and wrap bracelets in neutral tones
Beautiful button earrings
In the know
Everything you need to know about wire gauges
Make it easy
Get ‘in the pink’ with our new regular feature. This is the perfect project for beginners or a fast and fun make for more experienced jewellery makers
Beadcaps and cones