Here's more news about our Bead&Button special issue, Jewelry Designs with Art Glass Beads! If you have a copy of this exciting new publication and have had time to familiarize yourself with it, please take our survey.
Also, now on BeadAndButton.com, we've posted a gallery of all 48 designs from the Convergence jewelry exhibit that led to Jewelry Designs with Art Glass Beads, and marked the 20 Convergence pieces in the gallery that are included in this special publication. The 20 designs published in Jewelry Designs with Art Glass Beads have fully tested step-by-step instructions, illustrations with bead paths, and closeup how-to photos.
Jewelry Designs with Art Glass Beads is available online and is on newsstands now (it doesn't come with subscriptions). You can see the table of contents here in Tea's recent blog.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about this special issue. If you haven't picked it up yet, what are you waiting for?!
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re: Tell us about Jewelry Designs with Art Glass Beads
Tue, Nov 17 2009 12:35 PM
I enjoyed the magazine and love working with lampwork beads. I've mostly made bracelets and rosaries so far. I'm kind of new at this and have not done a lot of work with seed beads. The project that I felt inspired to make was the Cote d'Azur necklace that did not come with instructions. I purchased Kerri Fuhr's bee beads and would greatly appreciate more info on how the necklace was assembled. I already posted comments all around the website. P.S. This is the first time I've blogged and I found some good information already. Thanks