Advanced Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop: Weaving with Rings by Karen Karon

By Karen Karon

Chain maille styles and weaves that take jewellery layout into new frontiers!

Jewelry artists will take pleasure in a set of latest, less-common weaves and difficult tasks that motivate and educate.

Author Karen Karon starts by way of reviewing simple chain maille weaves on the way to set the level for the extra advanced weaves during this e-book. She explains suggestions wanted whilst operating past the fundamentals: equipment for final a weave, operating with micro earrings, operating huge scale, and utilizing substitute fabrics in weaves. The booklet is then divided into four sections, each one dedicated to a selected kind of weave: new Persian weaves, Elf-based weaves, Hybrid weaves, and Scale Maille weaves that comprise sheet steel scales into conventional weaves for a notable influence. Sprinkled through the illustrated step by step directions for every weave strategy are invaluable information from Karen to assist be certain a stunning comprehensive piece.

Show description

Read Online or Download Advanced Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop: Weaving with Rings and Scale Maille PDF

Similar crafts books

7 Easy-to-Knit Handbags for Every Occasion

Quite a few reasonable and on hand yarns are used to create the seven assorted daily handbags featured during this craft ebook. huge or small, extensive or slender, zippered or buttoned, tote designs for all tastes are available right here. each one purse has a really unique variety: Luna is a giant, slouchy bag with a Bohemian perspective; Dancette is a dressy cable and intarsia grasp for the night; and Harriott is a classically adapted satchel.

Life Hacks: The King of Random's Tips and Tricks to Make Everyday Tasks Fun and Easy

For the previous few years, supply Thompson has spent his weekends beginning fires, construction cannons, and experimenting with dry ice and liquid nitrogen. He's made pumpkins explode, defied gravity, and stumbled on numerous how you can make lifestyle more uncomplicated utilizing traditional goods equivalent to butter, suntan lotion, cupcake wrappers, and aluminum foil.

Weaving Made Easy Revised and Updated: 17 Projects Using a Rigid-Heddle Loom

Create attractive textile with only a basic loom.

This effortless and obtainable advisor to weaving makes use of the straightforward rigid-heddle loom to create materials which are an ideal combination of enjoyable and performance. The rigid-heddle loom is small, moveable, and reasonable, making it definitely the right start line for somebody eager to how to weave. 17 speedy and simple weaving initiatives express easy methods to make materials which are smooth and drapey, good and functional, or simply undeniable enjoyable and funky.

Projects contain woven scarves and belts, pillows, napkins, and hand-woven rugs. whole, up to date directions for warping a loom, transparent step by step photographs and considerable suggestions, methods, and strategies for colour, layout, and embellishment are incorporated. Weaving Made effortless is the last word proposal ebook for the start weaver.

Paper Crafts for Mardi Gras

Costume up as a jester or a king or queen and lead a Mardi Gras parade! stick with storyteller Randel McGee as he explores the background and logos of Mardi Gras in PAPER CRAFTS FOR MARDI GRAS. Create a Columbina masks, paper bead throw necklace, a gold doubloon necklace, a rhythm maker, and extra!

Additional resources for Advanced Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop: Weaving with Rings and Scale Maille

Sample text

Indd 40 10/18/13 1:28 PM Gr andmot her’s Fan va r i at ion by Rebecca Loren Crazy Grandma by Rebecca Loren, 90" × 92", cotton Here, Rebecca describes how she was inspired to create her Crazy Grandma, an Amish pattern that she made new, using colors inspired by interior design. Her soft palette and use of asymmetry update and reimagine this pattern. I found this palette on Design*Sponge, and I used it to choose my fabrics. I matched the grays and tans to Kona Cottons (Charcoal, Ash, and Raffia), and expanded the pink to include purple and lavender.

Indd 31 31 10/18/13 1:27 PM p roj ect Jagged continued Sew the Pieces 1 32 Lay one 4½" × 22" strip of solid (tan) fabric on a flat surface. With right sides together, place one corner of a 4½" × 22" print (blue) strip on top, as shown. 2 3 Carefully stitch a line diagonally as shown. ) Carefully trim ¼" from the line. Press the seam open. 4 Repeat the above steps to make a total of 6 strips. 5 Trim each strip to 44", cutting off of the end with the print fabric. Assemble the Pieces Quilt the Layers 1 Lay out the strips together according to the diagram.

2 Attach sides to denominators, numerators, and switchers. In the photograph (left), A, B, C, and D mark the pieces of background fabric that you attach in this step. • Cut approximately thirty 2½"-wide strips of background fabric (cut from selvage to selvage). 3 Attach the bar to the numerators. Use a rotary cutter and ruler to straighten the bottoms of the numerators. Cut 1½"to 2"-wide strips of the bar fabric with the rotary cutter. indd 49 49 10/18/13 1:29 PM Fraction Quilt c o n t inued of the blocks.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.78 of 5 – based on 41 votes