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February 2010 issue Xxxxx Xxxx issue

InTERSEcTIng ELEMEnTS, P. 22
designed by Jenny Van bracelet 71⁄4 in. (18.4 cm) •	12	6	mm	round	crystals •	11	6	mm	(ss30)	rose	monteés •	bicone	crystals 	 22	5	mm	 	 44	4	mm •	3	g	110	seed	beads •	clasp •	French	bullion	wire •	2	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers •	Fireline	6	or	8	lb.	test •	flexible	beading	wire,	.012 •	beading	needles,	#12 •	tape	or	Bead	Stopper •	chainnose	pliers •	crimping	pliers •	wire	cutters

gET bEAdPunk’d, P. 34
designed by Diane Hyde necklace 27 in. (69 cm) Note:	Materials	listed	are	for	Diane’s		 necklace	shown	on	p.	35.	You	may	wish	to	 substitute	similar	materials	for	your	version. •	Lucite	components 	 42	x	16	mm	leaf	(soft	gray/brown) 	 18	mm	flower	(peach) 	 16	x	17	mm	leaf	(pale	olive) 	 14	mm	flower	(amber/topaz) 	 9	mm	flower	(amber/topaz) 	 2	7	mm	flowers	(peach) •	6–9	mm	cabochon •	45–55	assorted	3–8	mm	faux	pearl,	crystal,	 	 	 or	glass	accent	beads	and/or	sew-ons	 •	7	mm	half-ball	crystal	sew-on		 	 (smoky	topaz) •	2	4	mm	two-loop	crystal	connectors			 	 (smoky	topaz) •	24	3	mm	bicone	crystals	(crystal	copper) •	4	1.4	mm	micro	cube	beads	(rainbow		 	 metal	matte)	 •	3	g	80	seed	beads	in	each	of	2	colors:		 	 A	(matte	olive),	B	(bronze) •	1	g	80	hex-cut	beads	(peach-lined		 	 crystal	AB) •	3	g	110	seed	beads	(lined	transparent	pink) •	1–2	g	150	seed	beads	in	each	of	3	colors:		 	 B	(bronze),	C	(matte	metallic	green/pink),		 	 D	(matte	bronze) •	21⁄2-in.	(6.4	cm)	diameter	round	watch	plate •	11⁄2	x	7⁄8-in.	(3.8	x	2.2	cm)	partial	watch		 	 plate •	 5⁄8-in.	(1.6	cm)	watch	face •	18–24	mm	watch	crystal •	5	9–12	mm	watch	gears •	typewriter	key	with	flat	back •	house	key	top	(optional)	(Gary	Wilson		 	 Lapidary,	garywilsonstones.com) •	3	or	more	metal	stampings	and	charms,		 	 including	a	19	mm	flower	and	a	19	mm		 	 filigree	stamping		 	 •	 3⁄8-in.	(1	cm)	mesh	dome	(optional) •	printed	image	or	photo

hERRIngbonE bRAcELET, P. 24
designed by Beth Stone necklace 18 x 11 in. (46 x 28 cm) •	80	seed	beads •	110	seed	beads •	150	seed	beads •		 ylon	beading	thread n •	beading	needles,	#10	or	#12 •	clasp	or	buttons

•	clasp •	1	ft.	(30	cm)	22-gauge	wire •	12–15	in.	(30–38	cm)	chain	in	1–3	styles •	16–20	5	mm	soldered	jump	rings •	25–36	3	x	4–4	x	5	mm	oval	jump	rings •	2	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers	(optional) •	nylon	beading	thread,	size	D •	Fireline	6	lb.	test •	flexible	beading	wire,	.014 •	beading	needles,	#10	and	#12 •	cardstock •	drill	with	1⁄16-in.	(2	mm)	drill	bit	(optional) •	E6000	adhesive •	G-S	Hypo	Cement •	Lacy’s	Stiff	Stuff	beading	foundation •	permanent	marker	to	match	Ultrasuede •	spray	mount •	spray	sealant	like	Krylon	Preserve	It!		 	 	 (optional) •		 oothpick t •	PEELnSTICK	double-sided	adhesive	 •	Ultrasuede •	chainnose	pliers •	crimping	pliers •	roundnose	pliers •	wire	cutters

LAyEREd LooPS, P. 40
designed by Smadar Grossman bracelet 61⁄2 in. (16.5 cm) •	38	3	mm	drop	beads •	110	seed	beads 	 25–30	g	color	A 	 2	g	color	B •	4–5	g	150	seed	beads •	two-strand	sliding	tube	clasp •	Fireline	4	lb.	test •	beading	needles,	#12

chAIn of RIngS, P. 30
designed by Cindy Pankopf necklace 17 in. (43 cm) •	61	9	mm	outside-diameter	(OD)		 	 decorative	metal	rings	 •	12	x	18	mm	OD	decorative	metal	oval •	110	seed	beads 	 10	g	color	A 	 5	g	each	of	2	colors:	B,	C •	clasp •	Fireline	6	lb.	test •	beading	needles,	#10	or	#12

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PuT IT In REvERSE, P. 44
designed by Sheryl Yanagi necklace 16–24 in. (41–61 cm) pendant 2¼ x 3 in. (5.7 x 7.6 cm) 	 •	¼–½	oz.	polymer	clay	in	each	of	2–7		 	 colors •	translucent	liquid	Sculpey	polymer	clay •	3	10	mm	fire-polished	beads	or	round		 	 crystals •	3	8	mm	fire-polished	beads	or	round			 	 crystals •	2–5	g	110	cylinder	beads •	4–7	g	150	seed	beads •	Fireline	4	lb.	test •	beading	needles,	#10	or	#12 •	black-and-white	photocopy	or	laser	print	 	 image	(not	ink-jet) •	pasta	machine* •	shape	cutters* •	3	x	5-in.	(7.6	x	13	cm)	sheet	of	glass		or	 	 ceramic	tile •	tissue	blade •	toaster	oven* *	Dedicated	to	the	use	of	polymer	clay

green-and-gold necklace 15½ in. (39.4 cm) •	30	12	x	8	mm	teardrop	beads	(emerald		 	 eyes)	(Unicorne	Beads) •	3	10–20	mm	tigereye	beads •	2	9–15	mm	metal	filigree	beads •	6	6	mm	diamond-cut	metal	beads	(green)		 •	4–6	g	110	seed	beads	(Toho	11R457,	gold-	 	 lustered	green	tea)	 •	6	4	mm	silver	daisy	spacers	 rust-and-pale green necklace 15½ in. (39.4 cm) •	30	12	x	8	mm	teardrop	beads	(Grand		 	 Canyon)	(Unicorne	Beads) •	3	10–20	mm	cubes	(faceted	jade	or		 	 chalcedony)	 •	2	9–15	mm	glass	beads	(topaz) •	6	6	mm	glass	beads	(red	Czech	glass) •	4–6	g	110	seed	beads	(Toho	11R1703,		 	 gilded	marble	turquoise)	 •	6	4	mm	spacers	(red	glass	disks) red-and-copper necklace 15½ in. (39.4 cm) •	30	12	x	8	mm	teardrop	beads	(firestone)		 	 (Unicorne	Beads) •	3	10–20	mm	Czech	glass	cubes	(red	with		 	 copper	edging)	 •	2	9–15	mm	metal	beads	(copper)	 •	6	6	mm	metal	beads	(cabash	copper)		 •	4–6	g	110	seed	beads	(transparent	dark		 	 topaz	AB) •	6	4	mm	spacers	(copper)	

pink-and-silver necklace 15½ in. (39.4 cm) •	30	12	x	8	mm	teardrop	beads	(petal	pink)	 	 (Unicorne	Beads,	unicornebeads.com) •	3	10–20	mm	metal	beads	(cloisonné)		 	 (Fire	Mountain	Gems	and	Beads,		 	 firemountaingems.com) •	2	9–15	mm	metal	filigree	beads •	6	6	mm	glass	or	metal	beads	(ball	spacer)		 	 (Absolute	Crystal	Components,	 	 absolutecrystalcomponents.com) •	4–6	g	110	seed	beads	(Czech	beige-lined		 	 crystal) •	6	4	mm	oxidized	silver	spacers	(Rio		 	 Grande,	riogrande.com)

SET In STonE, P. 54
designed by Elizabeth Pullan necklace 17 in. (43 cm) •	18	x	24	mm	stone,	crystal,	or	cabochon •	10	15	x	7	mm	navette	or	marquise-cut		 	 stones	or	crystals •	10	sew-through	settings	for	15	x	7	mm		 	 stones •	4	8	mm	crystal	rondelles •	2	4	mm	bicone	crystals •	18	2.5	or	3	mm	bicone	crystals •	1	g	110	seed	beads •	12	g	110	Japanese	cylinder	beads •	3	g	150	Japanese	seed	beads •	3	g	150	Charlotte	or	true-cut	seed	beads	 •	Fireline	6	lb.	test •	beading	needles,	#12	or	#13 •	chainnose	pliers

ouTSIdE ThE box, P. 48
designed by Jennifer Curran all necklaces 15½ in. (39.4 cm) •	clasp	 •	2	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers •	illusion	cord	8	lb.	test •	chainnose	pliers •	crimping	pliers

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PoSITIvE SPAcES, P. 60
designed by Nealay Patel all necklaces •	flexible	beading	wire,	.018,	.014,		 	 and	.010 •	bead	reamer	(optional) •	2	Bead	Stoppers	or	alligator	clips •	chainnose	pliers	(optional) •	crimping	pliers •	wire	cutters blue-and-cream necklace 18 in. (46 cm) •	8	top-drilled	marquise-shaped		 	 kyanite	briolettes,	various	sizes		 	 	 (approximately	8	x	23–12	x	40	mm) •	wood	beads,	bleached 	 10	mm 	 6	8	mm 	 10	6	mm •	12	6	mm	filigree	beads) •	36–40	3	x	4	mm	aquamarine	rondelles •	5	g	110	Japanese	cylinder	beads	in		 	 	 each	of	3	colors:	A	(DB	0112,	sea	foam		 	 luster),	B	(DB	1051,	matte	bronze),		 	 C	(DB	0353,	matte	soft	beige) •	2	4	mm	round	spacers •	clasp •	4	4	mm	bead	caps •	3	mm	crimp	bead •	6	2	mm	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers	(optional) •	Fireline	6	lb.	test	or	nylon	beading		 	 	 thread,	size	D •	beading	needles,	#12

blue-and-brown necklace 18 in. (46 cm) •	8	top-drilled	marquise-shaped		 	 blue	sponge	coral	briolettes,	various	sizes		 	 (approximately	8	x	23–12	x	40	mm) •	wood	beads,	medium	brown 	 10	mm 	 6	8	mm 	 10	6	mm •	12	6	mm	filigree	beads •	36–40	3	x	4	mm	fiber-optic	glass	rondelles		 	 (dark	blue) •	5	g	110	Japanese	cylinder	beads	in		 	 	 each	of	3	colors:	A	(DB	0086,	noir-lined		 	 crystal	AB),	B	(DB	1051,	matte	bronze),		 	 C	(DB	0022,	metallic	dark	bronze) •	2	4	mm	round	spacers •	clasp •	4	4	mm	bead	caps •	3	mm	crimp	bead •	6	2	mm	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers	(optional) •	Fireline	6	lb.	test	or	nylon	beading		 	 	 thread,	size	D •	beading	needles,	#12 green-and-brown necklace 18 in. (46 cm) •	8	8	x	12	mm	top-drilled	petal	drops			 	 (sage	green	picasso)	 •	wood	beads,	medium	brown 	 10	mm 	 6	8	mm 	 10	6	mm •	12	6	mm	fire-polished	beads	(smoky	topaz) •	12	6	mm	filigree	beads •	56–60	3	x	4	mm	glass	rondelles	(hematite) •	5	g	110	Japanese	cylinder	beads		 	 (DB	0903,	spkl	celery-lined	crystal) •	2	4	mm	round	spacers •	clasp •	4	4	mm	bead	caps •	3	mm	crimp	bead •	6	2	mm	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers	(optional)

gALAxy bEAd, P. 66
designed by Gill Slone necklace with three beaded beads 18 in. (46 cm) •	4	8	mm	bicone	crystals •	8	8	mm	accent	beads •	138	4	mm	bicone	crystals •	4–5	g	110	cylinder	beads	in	each	of		 	 	 2	colors:	A,	B •	3–4	g	150	seed	beads	in	each	of		 	 2	colors:	C,	D •	16	4	mm	daisy	spacers •	clasp •	2	3–4	mm	jump	rings •	2	crimp	beads •	2	crimp	covers •	2	Wire	Guardians •	Fireline	6	lb.	test •	flexible	beading	wire,	.014 •	beading	needles,	#12 •	chainnose	pliers •	crimping	pliers •	wire	cutters

cREATIvE connEcTIonS, P. 69
designed by Antonio Calles all projects •	nylon	beading	thread,	size	B •	beading	needles,	#12 single-row bracelet •	110	seed	beads	 	 3–4	g	color	A 	 4–5	g	color	B three-row bracelet •	110	seed	beads	 	 3–4	g	color	A 	 4–5	g	in	each	of	2	colors:	B,	C tube bracelet •	110	seed	beads	 	 4–5	g	color	A 	 9–10	g	color	B •	5–6	g	110	cylinder	beads,	color	C

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JuST RIvETIng, P. 72
designed by Jima Abbott one bead •	 18–25	mm	focal	bead	with	large	hole		 (Harlan	Simon,	harlanbeads.com) •	 1–3	4	x	2-in.	(10	x	5	cm)	pieces	of	22gauge	sterling	silver	or	24-gauge	copper	or	 brass	sheet	(Rio	Grande,	riogrande.com,	 or	Rings	&	Things,	rings-things.com) •	 7⁄8–11⁄4	in.	(2.2–3.2	cm)	sterling	silver	tubing,	3⁄16-in.	(5	mm)	outside	diameter	(OD)	 (Rio	Grande	or	Rings	&	Things) •	 anvil	or	bench	block •	 ball-peen	hammer •	 bench	pin •	 dapping	block	and	dapping	punches •	 dividers	or	circle	templates •	 files:	round,	flat,	and	half-round	 •	 fine-tip	permanent	marker •	 hole	punch	or	center	punch	and	drill •	 jeweler’s	fine-grit	sandpaper •	 jeweler’s	saw	and	4/0	blades •	 liver	of	sulfur	or	Black	Max	oxidizer		 (optional) •	 metal	stamps	or	other	materials	for		 texturing	metal •	 nonpermanent	felt-tip	pen	 •	 plumb	bob	or	tapered	tool •	 polishing	cloth •	 ruler •	 scribe	(optional) •	 vibrating	engraver	or	flexible	shaft	(optional)

SwEEThEART SET, P. 78
designed by Kimberly Berlin both projects •	ball-peen	hammer •	bench	block	or	anvil •	heavy-duty	flush	wire	cutters •	permanent	marker •	polishing	cloth •	wire	rounder,	bur	cup,	or	jeweler’s	file •	chainnose	pliers •	flatnose	pliers •	roundnose	pliers pendant 3½ x 1¾ in. (8.9 x 4.4 cm) •	2½	in.	(6.4	cm)	10-gauge	half-round	wire,		 	 dead-soft •	15	in.	(38	cm)	14-gauge	wire,	dead-soft •	3	in.	(7.6	cm)	16-gauge	wire,	dead-soft •	4	in.	(10	cm)	18-gauge	wire,	dead-soft •	4	mm	jump	ring,	16-gauge •	double-barrel	bail-making	pliers earrings •	14	in.	(36	cm)	16-gauge	wire,	dead-soft •	pair	of	earring	findings

buRSTIng wITh bERRIES, P. 82
designed by Irina Miech pendant 21⁄4 x 11⁄4 in. (5.7 x 3.2 cm) •	16	g	PMC3 •	PMC	syringe •	two-part	silicone	molding	compound,		 	 such	as	Amazing	Mold	Putty	 •	12	assorted	4–8	mm	gemstones,	crystals,		 	 or	pearls •	71⁄2–9	in.	(19.1–23	cm)	22-gauge	fine-silver		 	 wire,	dead-soft •	acrylic	coil	roller •	acrylic	roller •	Badger	Balm •	brass	wire	brush	or	agate	burnisher •	craft	knife •	half-round	jeweler’s	file •	kiln •	leaf	with	distinct	veins •	liver	of	sulfur	and	tweezers	(optional) •	nonstick	work	surface	or	plastic	sheet •	paintbrush •	8	playing	cards •	sanding	pads •	skinny	straw	 •	chainnose	pliers •	wire	cutters

SIMPLE SEquEncES, P. 85
designed by Anna Elizabeth Draeger bracelet 7 in. (18 cm) •	57–65	4–8	mm	assorted	crystals	and		 	 pearls •	158–176	3–6	mm	sequins •	4–5	g	150	Charlottes •	3-strand	clasp •	12	1	x	1	mm	microcrimp	beads •	flexible	beading	wire,	.010 •	Micro	Crimper •	wire	cutters


				
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