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Making Jewellery Magazine September 2010 Back Issue

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As my fi rst editor’s act I would like to thank Joan Gordon for all her hard work in the last eighteen months bringing Making Jewellery to life. She has worked tirelessly and the result is this project packed exciting magazine that you hold in your hand today. Here at GMC Publications she is held in high regard and we all wish her well in everything she does. Joan continues with us as a contributor and in this issue she takes us through the trials and tribulations of bronze clay along with showing us how to make a beautiful coral necklace. I would also like to welcome our new designer Kendra Grey, she has just joined the team along with myself and is already settling in well. So a little bit about me! I have been a reader of this magazine from issue one and truly believe it to be a superb publication. I have a BA(hons) degree in three dimensional design and have been working as a designer in a variety of fi elds for 20 years. I simply love jewellery, anything and everything about jewellery is my passion. I hope as the editor to inspire you, enthral you with excellent features and teach you new skills to widen your jewellery making horizons. As a start to what I hope to be our great making journey together, it is apt that this month is our holidays and resorts issue. We have a myriad of amazing projects for you and three new contributors! Th is month we introduce Claire Braunbarth with a new fabric bead technique, Ellie Williams with a tree bark inspired hammered copper bracelet and Leigh Armstrong, who brings us an eclectic range of wrapped metal clay bracelets that are stunning and a personal favourite. I can’t wait to fi nd a frog to mould! Finally, I would love to hear from you the reader, please email mjeditor@thegmcgroup.com or write to me at the address below with your thoughts about the magazine.
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September 2010 As my fi rst editor’s act I would like to thank Joan Gordon for all her hard work in the last eighteen months bringing Making Jewellery to life. She has worked tirelessly and the result is this project packed exciting magazine that you hold in your hand today. Here at GMC Publications she is held in high regard and we all wish her well in everything she does. Joan continues with us as a contributor and in this issue she takes us through the trials and tribulations of bronze clay along with showing us how to make a beautiful coral necklace. I would also like to welcome our new designer Kendra Grey, she has just joined the team along with myself and is already settling in well. So a little bit about me! I have been a reader of this magazine from issue one and truly believe it to be a superb publication. I have a BA(hons) degree in three dimensional design and have been working as a designer in a variety of fi elds for 20 years. I simply love jewellery, anything and everything about jewellery is my passion. I hope as the editor to inspire you, enthral you with excellent features and teach you new skills to widen your jewellery making horizons. As a start to what I hope to be our great making journey together, it is apt that this month is our holidays and resorts issue. We have a myriad of amazing projects for you and three new contributors! Th is month we introduce Claire Braunbarth with a new fabric bead technique, Ellie Williams with a tree bark inspired hammered copper bracelet and Leigh Armstrong, who brings us an eclectic range of wrapped metal clay bracelets that are stunning and a personal favourite. I can’t wait to fi nd a frog to mould! Finally, I would love to hear from you the reader, please email mjeditor@thegmcgroup.com or write to me at the address below with your thoughts about the magazine.


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As my fi rst editor’s act I would like to thank Joan Gordon for all her hard work in the last eighteen months bringing Making Jewellery to life. She has worked tirelessly and the result is this project packed exciting magazine that you hold in your hand today. Here at GMC Publications she is held in high regard and we all wish her well in everything she does. Joan continues with us as a contributor and in this issue she takes us through the trials and tribulations of bronze clay along with showing us how to make a beautiful coral necklace. I would also like to welcome our new designer Kendra Grey, she has just joined the team along with myself and is already settling in well. So a little bit about me! I have been a reader of this magazine from issue one and truly believe it to be a superb publication. I have a BA(hons) degree in three dimensional design and have been working as a designer in a variety of fi elds for 20 years. I simply love jewellery, anything and everything about jewellery is my passion. I hope as the editor to inspire you, enthral you with excellent features and teach you new skills to widen your jewellery making horizons. As a start to what I hope to be our great making journey together, it is apt that this month is our holidays and resorts issue. We have a myriad of amazing projects for you and three new contributors! Th is month we introduce Claire Braunbarth with a new fabric bead technique, Ellie Williams with a tree bark inspired hammered copper bracelet and Leigh Armstrong, who brings us an eclectic range of wrapped metal clay bracelets that are stunning and a personal favourite. I can’t wait to fi nd a frog to mould! Finally, I would love to hear from you the reader, please email mjeditor@thegmcgroup.com or write to me at the address below with your thoughts about the magazine.
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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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