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Szilvia Boda of bodaszilvia

bodaszilvia I created my first wire wrapped piece in 2007, and became a full time jewelry designer in 2009. I’m selling my jewelry in my etsy shop. My fav styles are Steampunk, Victorian and Gothic. I often find inspiration in art, literature and music. Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/bodaszilvia Facebook: http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?http://www.facebook.com/bodaszilvia.jewelry?ref=hl Instagram: http://instagram.com/szilviaboda bodasilvia is a Contributing Artist

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Arja Aalto

Arja Aalto Arja Aalto is a Finnish jewellery designer with a passion for sharing the joy of creating & making things through her tutorials and in person workshops. Arja has also co-authored popular recycled craft technique books on sodatab crafts and spoon jewellery (currently only available in Finnish). For more tutorials, please see: designarjaaalto.fi/tutorials  

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Irina Pertseva

Irina Pertseva Irina grew up in St. Petersburg, Russia. When she met her husband, a professional artist, he became her art and design teacher. Irina had had a personal exhibition in Germany and performed multiple commissions: paintings in her personal style, murals and copies, still life, landscape and portrait (normal size and miniature). Wire is

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Barbara

Barbara Briggs

Barbara Briggs Barbara studied jewelry-making at DeCordova Museum of Art in Lincoln, MA and at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, IL. Self-taught in fiber arts, silk painting, and free-form basketry. Owned and operated Fibre Ltd., a knitting and weaving studio in Cedarburg, WI 1978-1986. Taught beginning jewelry classes at DeCordova Museum of Art in

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Riana

Riana Olckers

Riana Olckers My journey with seed bead weaving started in 1998. I dabbled in various crafts and it was only when I started playing with seed beads, that I found my calling. Sharing my love for beads with students, led to my Master classes in peyote, herringbone, and right angle weave techniques. I teach the

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DV8

DV8 Macrame

DV8 Macrame I started out small with macrame like most people. I have been playing with macrame for about 5 years now. It can be difficult to find detailed patterns for the beginner, so I try to add as much detail as possible so anyone can follow them. Lots of pictures help if English is

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Eva

Eva Csizmadia Lajosné

Eva Csizmadia Lajosné My name is Eva Csizmadia Lajosné. I am married with two sons. I’m addicted to 7-8 years of beads, I started bead embroidery five years ago. I have my own style in pearl embroidery. There are many types of pearls, the journey has been fantastic and there is always more and more

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Justine

Justine Gage

Justine Gage During a very long career break, to have my three kids, I spent time doing all of the crafty things that I have enjoyed since childhood. The craft that I enjoy most is beading because it brings together my creative side, and my love of problem solving which is always needed when making

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UntamedArts

Untamed Arts

Untamed Arts We are a mother and daughter team that truly enjoys the process of designing and executing jewelry for women of all ages and styles. My career in the bead and jewelry world has taken many wonderful paths, from teaching to glass bead making to shop ownership. Arianna has always loved jewelry and has

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Susana

Susana Ash

Susana Ash I had taken a silversmithing class years before and loved the pieces I produced. But I didn’t love the idea of all of the machines and chemicals involved. Eventually, I started playing around with knitting and crocheting wire. Entirely self taught, I incorporated textile techniques that I had used with yarn and developed

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