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Making Jewellery Magazine August 2010 Back Issue

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There comes a time in one’s life that family must come first and I am facing such a moment. I have decided to return to Australia for several months to enjoy quality time with my father and family. With having made this decision I have resigned my commission as editor. It’s been almost nine years now that I have been working and living in the UK and I consider it my home away from home. I have met many talented people with whom I have enjoyed sharing my passion for making jewellery and consider myself privileged to be able to call them my friends. Whilst in Aus I will continue to contribute projects and feature articles to Making Jewellery and look forward to continuing my professional and personal relationships with my colleagues and friends at GMC. I would like to extend a warm thank you to Jonathan and Jennifer Phillips, Simon McKeown and Keith Wilson for their most valued support and encouragement. To Jen, Phil, Claire and all the team at Making Jewellery who’ve been the most amazing group of folk to work with; a big fuzzy hug. xxx In stepping down as editor, I welcome Sian Hamilton to the helm. Sian is a professional jeweller who has been contributing to the magazine for several months. Sian’s business and jewellery making skills will prove, without a doubt, a valuable asset to our magazine. In this issue of Making Jewellery we embark on an inspirational adventure. Each project has been themed to refl ect the colours, textures and cultural infl uences of the country of origin. Join us on a journey into the creative world of making jewellery and embark on a new, exciting project today. To all our readers, I’ll stay in touch on www.makingjewellery.com, so be sure to catch up soon...
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Making Jewellery

August 2010 There comes a time in one’s life that family must come first and I am facing such a moment. I have decided to return to Australia for several months to enjoy quality time with my father and family. With having made this decision I have resigned my commission as editor. It’s been almost nine years now that I have been working and living in the UK and I consider it my home away from home. I have met many talented people with whom I have enjoyed sharing my passion for making jewellery and consider myself privileged to be able to call them my friends. Whilst in Aus I will continue to contribute projects and feature articles to Making Jewellery and look forward to continuing my professional and personal relationships with my colleagues and friends at GMC. I would like to extend a warm thank you to Jonathan and Jennifer Phillips, Simon McKeown and Keith Wilson for their most valued support and encouragement. To Jen, Phil, Claire and all the team at Making Jewellery who’ve been the most amazing group of folk to work with; a big fuzzy hug. xxx In stepping down as editor, I welcome Sian Hamilton to the helm. Sian is a professional jeweller who has been contributing to the magazine for several months. Sian’s business and jewellery making skills will prove, without a doubt, a valuable asset to our magazine. In this issue of Making Jewellery we embark on an inspirational adventure. Each project has been themed to refl ect the colours, textures and cultural infl uences of the country of origin. Join us on a journey into the creative world of making jewellery and embark on a new, exciting project today. To all our readers, I’ll stay in touch on www.makingjewellery.com, so be sure to catch up soon...


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There comes a time in one’s life that family must come first and I am facing such a moment. I have decided to return to Australia for several months to enjoy quality time with my father and family. With having made this decision I have resigned my commission as editor. It’s been almost nine years now that I have been working and living in the UK and I consider it my home away from home. I have met many talented people with whom I have enjoyed sharing my passion for making jewellery and consider myself privileged to be able to call them my friends. Whilst in Aus I will continue to contribute projects and feature articles to Making Jewellery and look forward to continuing my professional and personal relationships with my colleagues and friends at GMC. I would like to extend a warm thank you to Jonathan and Jennifer Phillips, Simon McKeown and Keith Wilson for their most valued support and encouragement. To Jen, Phil, Claire and all the team at Making Jewellery who’ve been the most amazing group of folk to work with; a big fuzzy hug. xxx In stepping down as editor, I welcome Sian Hamilton to the helm. Sian is a professional jeweller who has been contributing to the magazine for several months. Sian’s business and jewellery making skills will prove, without a doubt, a valuable asset to our magazine. In this issue of Making Jewellery we embark on an inspirational adventure. Each project has been themed to refl ect the colours, textures and cultural infl uences of the country of origin. Join us on a journey into the creative world of making jewellery and embark on a new, exciting project today. To all our readers, I’ll stay in touch on www.makingjewellery.com, so be sure to catch up soon...
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Making Jewellery magazine includes 132 pages packed with in-depth information on all aspects of jewellery making, from techniques and projects to interviews with master makers. Each issue focusses on a material or jewellery-making discipline including metal clay, polymer clay, mixed media and wirework. Our techniques and projects are broken down into detail with step-by-step pictures and instructions to make the process clear and easy to follow. Each issue also features news, an events calendar, reviews and articles of topical interest in the jewellery world. Every quarter the issue is a professional one aimed at those interested in business and selling their jewellery. These issues focus on the business side of making jewellery along with articles about metals, gems and tools.

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