Techniques, Projects, and Jig Patterns From Beginner to Advanced
Wing Mun Devenney - All books by this author
There’s just no denying it: wire is a wonderful, versatile, and forgiving material, available in an exciting range of shapes, sizes, and colors. Easily combined with leather, cords, crystals, beads, and stones, wire also has manipulative qualities that make it perfect for techniques such as wrapping, bending, forming, twisting, weaving, knotting, and knitting. In The Complete Guide to Making Wire Jewelry, professional jewelry designer and teacher Wing Mun Devenney—known for her stunning contemporary pieces—gives readers:
From the Reviews:
“From beginners and intermediate learners to the makers of fine jewelry, readers likely will refer to this book often. Devenney delivers the goods with due diligence. Hundreds of color photos, plentiful pointers and cautionary notes supply added value”
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"Profusely illustrated and thoroughly 'user friendly' in content and presentation, The Complete Guide to Making Wire Jewelry: Techniques, Projects, and Jig Patterns From Beginner to Advanced is very highly recommended for personal, professional, community, and academic library Jewelry Crafts instructional reference collections."
The Midwest Book Review
About The Author:
Wing Mun Devenney is a jewelry designer, teacher, product developer, business expert, and author. Her career to date has included working with successful global jewelry and fashion brands developing and designing winning jewelry and accessory collections. Her wealth of knowledge in fine and fashion jewelry is shared here and in her bestselling book, The Art of Soldering for Jewelry Makers.
Paperback / 160 Pages / 8 ¾ x 8 ¾ / 2015