1,000 Jewelry Inspirations: Beads, Baubles, Dangles, and by Sandra Salamony

By Sandra Salamony

A visible catalog for jewellery, bead artists and crafters who will appreciate the chance to have such a lot of principles at their fingertips to motivate their very own projects
This publication often is the moment quantity of Quarry's 1,000 series-an eye candy-laden follow-up to the very winning 1,000 Artist buying and selling Cards(Quarry, Spring 2007).

A exhibit of beautiful jewellery bits and items, "bling" and elaborations, will feed the inventive appetites of crafters and jewellery makers all over. This moment craft assortment will provide colour, sparkle, texture, measurement, and shrewdpermanent, inventive use of fabrics. One piece of jewellery may need numerous sights to be highlighted: an old clasp, textured lampwork beads, and complicated knots.

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Do not place them along a seam—save the seamlines for embroidery. Note how the lace slips under the black curved piece (left side). Twenty-block crazy quilt top Crazy Quilt How-Tos 31 Problem Solving If the piecing does not look right, take a deep breath and review the following. ROUND 1 ●● Did you cut the centerpiece in proportion to the size of the foundation—not too small and not too big? Creating Curved Bridges I make narrow curved bridges for added interest and to fix many problems. A bridge is simply a piece of fabric that is a concave curve on one side and a convex curve on the other.

In this case, tuck the loose ends of the cording under and tack them in place, using strong matching thread. I make tassels with silk buttonhole twist. Decide how long the tassel will be and then cut a piece of cardboard the same size; for example, use 3˝-wide cardboard for a 3˝-long tassel. Embellishments Galore 51 1. Wind the thread around the cardboard (A). The more thread you use, the fatter the tassel. 2. Gather the thread at the top and tie (B). Use a thread long enough that it can be used later to attach the tassel to the project.

Use these projects to gain experience with crazy quilt techniques and confidence in your design ability. Then branch out to design projects of your own—holiday decorations, tablecloths, full-size quilts, and more. Projects 59 Crazy Quilt Chatelaine Finished size: 41/2˝ × 52˝ Here is a beautiful chatelaine fashioned after a man’s tie. It fits nicely at the neckline and feels comfortable to wear. Use cotton for the backing to prevent the chatelaine from slipping. Choose overall crazy quilting or simply decorate the pockets.

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