Silver Wire Fusing, Liz Jones
Showcasing a classic accessory that has always been in style, this all-in-one guide to silver wire fusing teaches you how to create dazzling silver designs. With 11 technique exercises, including tumbling and finishing, this resource highlights the cost-effective benefits of the craft, which, using only a torch, requires less equipment than other types of metalwork. From basic beginners to experienced jewelry designers of all skill levels will delight in the book's 16 contemporary jewelry projects that include rings, pins, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces.
Liz began beading at the tender age of 6 with her Girl Scout troop. After dabbling in costume design at Ohio University Liz finally began her professional bead career in 2001 when she started working at Byzantium in Columbus, Ohio. In 2004 she packed her beads and her dog and moved to Seattle, WA. Since moving to the west coast she has continued her professional bead addiction working and teaching in bead stores around the Seattle area. Liz’s love of all things beaded soon transformed into a love of all things wire and most of all mixing fire and metal. 2008 marked Liz’s debut on the national teaching scene and the publication of her first book Jewelry Studio: Silver Wire Fusing from Interweave Press.
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