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Bracelets (Twenty to Make)

Bracelets (Twenty to Make)
SKU bttm/100/100
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Weight 0.15 Kg
Author Amanda Walker
Binding Paperback: 48 pages
ISBN-13 978-1844482764
ISBN-10 1844482766
Condition New
Publisher Search Press Ltd
Published date 2007
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A fantastic new series bringing the latest and best in crafts, featuring a whole range of funky, imaginative and contemporary ideas. Each book contains twenty innovative projects which are accompanied by easy-to-follow recipes and beautiful close up photography. Bracelets are a great introduction to jewellery making - simply link a few beautiful beads together, attach a fastening and you are finished. It has over 20 bracelet designs plus variations. It provides simple techniques to get you started quickly. It is a great introduction to making jewellery. Once you've made one there will be no stopping you.

Bracelets are a great introduction to jewellery making and they never go out of style! Amanda Walker has designed twenty beautiful bracelets using simple techniques which will help you get started and progress quickly. --Peoples Friend, Jan 08

Amanda Walker was born in Cambridge in 1958, and moved to Suffolk after her sixth birthday. She led an idyllic country life and attained a Diploma in Fashion. She has had numerous fashion and design jobs, designing everything from men's and women's wear, to handbags, shoes and belts. For the past twenty five years Amanda's design work has encompassed one-off wedding dresses, special occasion outfits, toys (Sindy, Action Man, Simpsons, Tweenys) and millinery. During this period she had also taught at a number of colleges, teaching a variety of different subjects from textiles to soft furnishings. Amanda also regularly contributes to magazines, and was voted 'Designer of the Year' for 2006 and runner up in 2007. This magazine work has led to other opportunities including creating craft and jewellery kits and craft demonstration work for various companies at hobby and craft exhibitions. Amanda says 'I work from my Colchester home that I share with my two gorgeous teenage sons, where I can indulge my passions for cooking, gardening and interior design.'

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