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Making Jewellery Magazine Issue 124 Back Issue

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This month we're stirring things up with a mixed media theme. We bring you fabulous ‘Alice in Wonderland style’ makes backed up by a bumper crop of comprehensive techniques – from a guide to resin jewellery perfect for beginners to Jayne Rimington’s Pyrography that teaches the art of burning. Do you love paper clay? Is repurposing broken china or beach pottery more your thing? Hate wrapping up your jewellery with boring packaging? Not to worry, we’ve got a technique for everyone. Plus, kick back and read all about Jewellers Academy’s Anna Campbell’s ways to maximise your Christmas sales, and Anna Mcloughlin’s advice for starting up a business, along with fantastic insight from masters of their craft – Deb Karash, Liz Hamman and Karen Wellman. With a great range of techniques and inspiration plus all our regular features, you’ll find plenty to keep you humming in issue 124 of Making Jewellery, out now!
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Making Jewellery

Issue 124 This month we're stirring things up with a mixed media theme. We bring you fabulous ‘Alice in Wonderland style’ makes backed up by a bumper crop of comprehensive techniques – from a guide to resin jewellery perfect for beginners to Jayne Rimington’s Pyrography that teaches the art of burning. Do you love paper clay? Is repurposing broken china or beach pottery more your thing? Hate wrapping up your jewellery with boring packaging? Not to worry, we’ve got a technique for everyone. Plus, kick back and read all about Jewellers Academy’s Anna Campbell’s ways to maximise your Christmas sales, and Anna Mcloughlin’s advice for starting up a business, along with fantastic insight from masters of their craft – Deb Karash, Liz Hamman and Karen Wellman. With a great range of techniques and inspiration plus all our regular features, you’ll find plenty to keep you humming in issue 124 of Making Jewellery, out now!


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This month we're stirring things up with a mixed media theme. We bring you fabulous ‘Alice in Wonderland style’ makes backed up by a bumper crop of comprehensive techniques – from a guide to resin jewellery perfect for beginners to Jayne Rimington’s Pyrography that teaches the art of burning. Do you love paper clay? Is repurposing broken china or beach pottery more your thing? Hate wrapping up your jewellery with boring packaging? Not to worry, we’ve got a technique for everyone. Plus, kick back and read all about Jewellers Academy’s Anna Campbell’s ways to maximise your Christmas sales, and Anna Mcloughlin’s advice for starting up a business, along with fantastic insight from masters of their craft – Deb Karash, Liz Hamman and Karen Wellman. With a great range of techniques and inspiration plus all our regular features, you’ll find plenty to keep you humming in issue 124 of Making Jewellery, out now!
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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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Great projects
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Great magazine

I'm really enjoyed this issue. It was so good that I've purchased a subscription to this magazine. Reviewed 09 March 2017

good magazine app

I like this app;but the free issue I got took forever to download. Other than that, just like the newsstand issues. I wish the single issues were a little cheaper.I realize this magazine cost more on newstands because it is an import,but digital??? Love the contents~and the pictures show up wonderfully. Reviewed 24 November 2012

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Below is a selection of articles in Making Jewellery Issue 124.