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BEADS BAUBLES AND JEWELS

Thursday, April 15th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Quick and Easy

Time can be an element of jewelry design and this episode is all about speed - quick and easy projects that include prefinished components and unique materials. First, Leslie Rogalski shows how to stitch a suite of variations of finished jewelry using shaped beads and metal fashion components; mix and match for quick designing. Then, Julie Fei Fan Balzer, the host of Make It Artsy, stops by with cork earrings.

Thursday, April 22nd

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Unexpected

Jewelry is not always predictable, sometimes the unexpected adds a fun element. Nowhere is that truer than with Gay Isber as she makes an embellished crown using clay and embedded gems perfect for cosplay, dress up or maybe wedding wear. Then, it's Lindsey Burke and combining leather and seed beads.

Thursday, April 29th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Fiber

The element of fiber takes different forms from fabric to cording on this episode. Tammy Honaman is first with a copper fringed tassel featuring fabric. Then, Beth Simmons creates a micro macrame leather cuff. Finally, Leslie Rogalski presents the popular waxed cord bracelets.

Thursday, May 6th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Techniques

One necklace is the catalyst for a multitude of techniques on this episode. Rita Pannulla is dapping, stamping and setting crystals for a versatile necklace that is a great tutorial and a beautiful interchangeable piece.

Thursday, May 13th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Semi Precious

The key elements on this episode are beautiful semi-precious stones highlighted by intricate wire work with Wyatt White.

Thursday, May 20th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Metal Forms

Metal comes in so many shapes and forms. Explore two very different types on this episode. First, Leslie Rogalski creates a centerline bracelet, the actual bracelet is pre-shaped chevron metal with holes and an opening to string seed beads. Then, Tammy Honaman has another metal clay lesson.