Weekly Summary

Hello Handmade Jewelry Club readers,

Have you missed some of our posts this week? Here’s a compilation of articles for you…


Baroque Earrings
April 30, 2011

Elegance abounds with these lacy marcasite and jet chandelier earrings. Create wire diamonds and decorate each with three rows of beaded fine-wire loops and crystal-teardrop dangles. They’re light as a feather so you can wear them all evening long. Read more…
May 1, 2011
Feel free to choose your Tree of Life Pendant Tutorial from 3 talented artisans. Read more…

Baroque Pearl Necklace
May 2, 2011

The luster of these baroque glass pearls is beautiful, the color is very authentic, and the weight gives them a rich feel when you wear them. The materials listed will produce a 20″ necklace (not including the clasp). This is a beginner stringing project that produces a very impressive gift in no time. This beginner project has step by step photographs. Read more…
May 3, 2011
My interest on the craft brought me to find these two helpful tutorials on Viking Knit Chain with clear pictures and detailed instructions. I’m hoping to learn and make these beauties someday. Read more…

May 4, 2011

Handmade Jewelry Club has been around for at least 2 years…… we have been busy gathering handmade news and authoring jewelry making tutorials and we forgotton to do one of the basics… introducing the founder of the club to our readers… Read more…

May 4, 2011

Looking for something new to do with bugle beads? This ladder-stitch variation forms a fabric of beads similar to right-angle weave. The technique is challenging, but the look and feel is worth the effort. Read more…
May 5, 2011
I know producing good picture is a common problem for us jewelry makers, but here’s a lightbox tutorial to solve the problem.

Jessica Lopour of Abella Blue have shared this great tutorial of her lightbox. She also shared some photography good tips. Read more…

May 6, 2011

This is a fun and easy pin to make with peyote stitch. The beaded strips are woven into a basketweave pattern and secured with glue. The assembled strips are then soaked in floor wax to stiffen the beadwork. Read more…

DIY Lessons Recommended Tutorial from Beads and Co. on how to make earrings

DIY Lessons Recommended Tutorial from Ellad2

Again, one easy and quick project and result is this really wonderful bracelet. You can make it wider very easy if you want. Tutorial is very detailed, so that even a not-so experienced beader can work by it.

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Jane Chew

Jane is the Chief Editor of Handmade Jewelry Club. She also founded DIY Jewelry Making Magazine @ www.diyjewelrymaking.com . For More Info, Visit my Google + Profile

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