Shaped Beadwork & Beyond: Dimensional Jewelry in Peyote Stitch

Shaped Beadwork & Beyond: Dimensional Jewelry in Peyote Stitch

Hardback Lark Jewelry & Beading

By (author) Diane Fitzgerald

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  • Publisher: Lark Books,U.S.
  • Format: Hardback | 176 pages
  • Dimensions: 211mm x 282mm x 15mm | 726g
  • Publication date: 5 December 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Asheville
  • ISBN 10: 145470361X
  • ISBN 13: 9781454703617
  • Illustrations note: full colour throughout, includes photographs
  • Sales rank: 32,496

Product description

Diane Fitzgerald is the world's biggest and best-loved name in beading - and now she's back with a new book that will "shape" your jewellery-making for years to come! Focusing on geometric figures formed into three-dimensional beaded pieces, this gorgeous follow-up to her bestselling Diane Fitzgerald's Shaped Beadwork builds on Diane's earlier ideas with 40 stunning projects. In each chapter, Diane explores a different shape - from starry necklaces and heart pins to a Pirate Eyes Bracelet - and she goes in exciting new directions with imaginative and beautifully complex designs that play with patterns, crystals and more.

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Diane Fitzgerald is the most popular and famous beadwork designer in history and she has an international following. Her 12 books include Diane Fitzgerald's Shaped Beadwork (9781600592775) and Diane Fitzgerald's Favorite Beading Projects (9781600599224).

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"Diane Fitzgerald's "Shaped Beadwork & Beyond" far exceeded my expectations. It's a comprehensive guide to creating designs with triangles, teardrops, beaded beads, bezels, and pointed ovals with a strong emphasis on peyote stitch using Japanese cylinder beads. Nearly fifty different designs are presented with clear, start-to-finish instructions and diagrams...The challenge will be deciding which one will be first." --Leslie Frazier, "Beadwork" magazine 2012 Designer of the Year