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Unless otherwise stated, all content is © Copyright 2012 GMC Publications LTD or licensed for use by GMC Publications. With the start of any new season comes a host of new fashion trends, which is exactly what we’re indulging in this issue. Delve into a fantasy world this autumn as we bring you 43 projects inspired by myths and legends. With the inevitable approach of autumn, we’ve got a magazine packed full of projects to see you through the changing of seasons, into arguably the most fashionable time of year.
City Links by Nina Fletcher shows you how to create patterns in polymer clay and to combine with geometric wire.
Colourful Enamel by Tracy Smith - learn how to torch fire enamel powder onto copper for a vibrant effect. Jayne Rimington shows us how to decorate wooden leaves using pyrography and combines into this multi media necklace.
Sue Mason-Burns combines her wire wearing technique with sparkling beads for a dazzling autumn necklace.
With the start of this year's Great British Bake Off, we in the Making Jewellery office are getting rather excited! With this in mind, we started thinking about foodie jewellery, and thought we'd share with you some of our favourites! The final challenge of the evening is always a showstopper, and this time the bakers were given the task of creating 36 identical, beautiful miniature cakes! Summer is here and this month we’re thinking about our holidays; welcome to the global travel issue!
It was really hard to choose just a few pieces of jewellery from this issue to show you (it always is!) but here are a few of my favourite pieces (there are more!) to give you a flavour of the issue! Valentine's JewelleryKatie Holloway14 February 2014Valentine's Day is here again and whether you're loved up, going solo or feeling hopeful, we think that love, in whatever form, is definitely something to celebrate, and what better to do so with than gorgeous jewellery? Whether you've been dropping serious hints to your other half, you want to buy something special to show your appreciation to a friend, or it's time to treat yourself, jewellery is definitely the answer!
I love this necklace from Folli Follie, with not one but four hearts making this simple but stunning design. Of course, we love to make our own jewellery here at MJ HQ, so here's our top Valentine's Design, C'est L'Amour by Su Pennick. On the cheaper end of the spectrum, but certainly not to be sniffed at is this rose bracelet by Cath Kidston.
But the times, they are a-changin', and the trend right now is for coloured stones in rings, and I am all for it, as there are some gorgeous designs out there. Whether you're celebrating with romance or your friends, or shunning the day altogther (though we think it's a shame to miss out on any event to wear some fab jewellery!) happy Valentine's Day from team MJ! We've got lampwork, woirework, linking, Friendly Plastic, seed beads, metal clay, gold leaf, sewing, leather, polymer clay, lace, papier mache and more! Navaho dream catcher by Irene McCarthyTribal styles and fringing are so on trend right now!
Spring snowdrops by Lynn AllinghamI always love Lynn's quirky designs, and here you can carry spring around with you in a jar all year round! Get ready for autumn with this Gothic-inspired issue of Making Jewellery, with a pinch of Halloween inspiration too.
It’s that time of year when we get excited about the new season’s trends, and we have got an issue packed full of the latest jewellery styles hot off the catwalk.
We are getting exotic this month, with beautiful pieces of jewellery to make, all inspired by the Far East.
Step into summer with this issue of Making Jewellery, packed full of projects and inspiration, whatever your jewellery style. Get tropical this summer with the July issue of Making Jewellery, which is full of 48 colourful projects inspired by paradise.
Sometimes we all run out of inspiration, but this issue of Making Jewellery has you covered, with 52 projects inside for making great jewellery projects. Get ready for summer with this issue of Making Jewellery magazine, as we’ve got 32 projects for you to make that are perfect for a summer garden party. Inside we’ve got projects to take you through the festive season, through all the parties, and back to work again.
In the December issue of Making Jewellery we’ve got 50 festive pieces of jewellery for you to make in our clear, simple step-by-step projects. With 49 projects inspired by the hottest catwalk trends for autumn and winter, whatever your personal style, we’ve got some jewellery for you. Whether you want to recreate these autumnal projects, or prefer to learn the great techniques and adapt them, there is something to suit every jewellery taste inside. From a polymer and wire showstopper to pyrography leaves, we’ve got every technique you can think of. We're not about to let go of our jewellery making entirely, however, to persue more culinary persuits, but there is definitely a space for jewellery AND cake in our lives! This month we bring you 53 projects inspired by the globe’s rich history, from ancient to modern.
Our designers have created step-by-step jewellery projects for you to make inspired by places all over the world.

With a wirework coast to weave, polymer beach huts to sculpt and a shrink plastic Steampunk octopus piece, we’ve got a project for everyone. Use all your favourite beads and charms for this shimmering design.Strange componentsKatie Holloway8 May 2014This morning an email dropped into my inbox about Article22, a jewellery label producing jewellery made from unexploded bombs that were dropped during the Vietnam War. I recently discovered Hairy Growler’s jewellery, which is beautiful in its miniature detail.
They’ve got an Art Deco-cum tribal feel to them, I think, and are undoubtedly stylish, given the trend for all things monochrome right now. She’s turned a vintage silver fork into a stunning bangle, complete with ombre-effect crystals. This style of necklace has become a modern classic, and this one from Boticca definitely won't leave you guessing! A gorgeous gift and easy to wear again and again, for Valentine's day something red or pink is in order. I always love her designs, and this cheap and cheerful bracelets emulates what I love best about her: simple shapes, bold colours and feminine pattern. As always, we'd love to see your jewellery and hear about your makes - you know what to do.
Whether you want to develop your current jewellery skills or try out a completely new technique, or if you're just after some inspiration for the season that is (hopefully!) on its way, there's so much here that it will keep you busy for the whole month until the next issue comes out!
From stamped and printed leaves to metal clay gems and plenty in between, this issue features a riot of colour and gorgeous designs for nature lovers.
We move over to the dark side with 50 projects that vary from pretty fairy-tale pieces to designs bordering on the macabre.
Inspired by the season’s best designs, projects include leather collars, oversized pendants, copper leaves, geometric bangles and much more.
From Chinese symbols on polymer clay, to a stunning Japanese fan made out of metal clay, the projects this month are as imaginative as they are gorgeous. Bigger is better with our oversized polymer bangle and a stunning woven metalwork collar, or you could play it subtle with a metal clay and acrylic brooch and a woven PMC flex pendant. Whatever style of jewellery you like to make, there is plenty inside to inspire you – from polymer clay fish to macrame rainbows. Each piece inside the magazine has been inspired by a photograph – so who knows where your creativity will take you? Plus, we’ve got 14 pieces for you to make that are perfect for the wedding season, whether you’re making jewellery for a bride, bridesmaids, or a guest. Whether you’re into beadwork, lampwork, metalwork or wirework, we’ve got something that you’ll love learning how to create.
Projects include a stunning seed bead and crystal design, an intricate wirework cuff, a simple stringing piece, a striking polymer necklace and much more! This month we asked our designers to show us how to create pieces that are interchangeable and so can be worn in lots of different ways.
With projects from metal clay, wirework, polymer, chainmaille, lampwork, beading and more, we’ve got every trend covered. We show you how to create a focal pendant from paper silver clay, how to link up a Alice in Wonderland-inspired necklace, how to weave strips of polymer clay and even how to create colourful pieces with torch-fireable enamel. From a Maltese metal clay pendant to polymer Art Deco, wirework Venetian mask from James Ferris to ‘50s nostalgia encased in resin, we’ve got projects that fit every era and every style. We’ve got a Thai kumihimo project, Moroccan polymer pieces, Italian metal clay earrings and much more.
From linking to metal clay, lampwork to pyrography, there’s plenty inside to keep you making all summer.
I scrolled down and was surprised to see some stylish designs, which looked not at all dangerous! She shows us how to make the project in issue 62, January 2014, and you can buy a back issue here. If you're feeling extravagant then the simple-looking, but highly sought-after Links of London bracelet is sure to be a winner, particularly in this gorgeous colour. We show you how to make a silver clay reindeer necklace, a crystal chainmaille set, a sparkling resin ring and much more, with 50 projects to make!
Techniques include making polymer Bargello canes, enamelling with Efcolor, making chainmaille motifs and more.
Techniques include colouring polymer clay, embossing onto leather, making your own blend of metal clay, creating seed bead shapes and more! Try your hand at working with metalwork, polymer clay, metal clay, lampworking techniques, wire wrapping and beading as you make each of these fashionable designs.
Techniques include stitching with four-holed beads, soldering metal with pieces of bamboo, capturing a geode slice in wire, making a glowing-effect lampwork bead and plenty more! We show you how to make your own Photopolymer plates so that you can make clay designs that are truly bespoke, plus there are simple, colourful flowers to make.
Whether you’re into lampwork, wirework, metalwork or more, there is something you’ll want to try your hand at. Techniques include making polymer clay canes, creating moulds for metal clay, forming patterns in resin and more. Step-by-step projects inside include a stunning 3D metal clay butterfly ring, a wire and metallic pearls tiara, a colourful wirework and thread floral necklace and more.

Materials include polymer clay, crystals, kumihimo cord, braided wire, metal clay and more, with a different piece of jewellery to suit every fashion style.
With techniques including soldering, metal clay, mokume gane, lampwork and more, it’s time to learn a new skill or to enhance your existing abilities. We’ve got wirework Druzies, florescent resin, metal clay Art Nouveau pieces, dazzling briolettes, sparkling lampwork, beading projects, and crystals galore! We interview Chainmaille artist Sarah Austin and show you how to make a beaded wire hook clasp. Learn how to incorporate real acorns into your pieces, how to embellish with Glossy Accents and how to stitch your own beaded bezels. Plus, with giveaway prizes to win, interviews with fascinating jewellers and advice on running your jewellery business, don’t miss your monthly fix of jewellery making inspiration!
Plus, learn how to add metal patinas to all kinds of surfaces using Swellegant paints, discover our top five stringing materials and read our review of a gorgeous beading kit.
We show you how to make an ear cuff inspired by the Hunger Games, how to Viking knit with wire, how to make Singleton buttons, plus we review the latest kids’ craze – loom band bracelets! Learn how to use the mokume gane technique with polymer clay, how to cast metal using a cuttlefish and how to make knot motifs with metal clay. Not only do the pieces display upcycling at its best, they also convey a message of peace – a win-win situation! Plus, techniques include working with embossing powders, upcycling brass tubing, making beaded tassels and many more besides. Plus, we’ve included tips on how to grow your jewellery business whilst growing your skills as well as all the latest reviews, fashion inspiration and plenty of prizes to win! We’ve got reviews of top jewellery making products and books, insights into the hottest fashion trends and lots of giveaway prizes to win, so you’ll get your fix of all things jewellery all in one place! Inside we show you how to make a classic silver locket, a wirework tree pendant, a beaded crown, plus plenty more. We’ve covered an array of techniques too, from polymer clay to wirework, and from soutache to sewing. We show you how to create a translucent polymer flower brooch, how to texture aluminium bars and how to make a cute macrame owl. Set yourself a challenge this year with our magazine showing you how to create stunning jewellery, and be inspired by our beautiful jewellery. Plus, with great giveaway prizes to win, top tips on creating the perfect Christmas jewellery and interviews with contemporary jewellers – make this the most stylish Christmas yet!
Plus, with top giveaway prizes to win, top tips for your jewellery business and new products to try, you’ll not need anything else to see you through the colder months. Plus, with lots of giveaway prizes to win, great fashion tips, interviews with jewellers and more – get carried away with your imagination this month! That’s not all – we’ve got tons of giveaway prizes to win, we interview top contemporary jewellers and we offer useful tips for your jewellery business. But here's a selection of the fantastic pieces of jewelelry inside the issue to whet your appetite.
We’ve interviewed some top jewellers to get the low-down on their designs and business, plus we’ve got plenty of advice for running your own jewellery business. Don’t let the chill of autumn get you down – be inspired by the changing leaves and make some of our stunning jewellery designs!
Plus, we’ve got all the usual product tests and reviews, top designer interviews, the latest trends and plenty of prizes to win. Plus, win great prizes, read fascinating features and get an insight into how to run a jewellery business. Plus, the issue comes with a free ‘simple statement’ jewellery collection, containing six step-by-step projects that you can make quickly and easily. Plus, we’ve got lots of great interviews with jewellers, fashion inspiration, and hundreds of pounds worth of giveaway prizes to win. We’ve included some great features, such as interviews with top contemporary jewellers, and Eleanor Swinhoe gives us a behind-the-scenes look at her jewellery business. We’ve got great fashion inspiration, interviews with top contemporary jewellers and great giveaway prizes to win. With plenty of fashion trends, product reviews, giveaway prizes and top designer interviews, as well as advice for your jewellery business, look no further for your essential jewellery making tips. With interviews with top contemporary jewellers, plenty of giveaway prizes to win, new techniques to learn, plus fashion trends and reviews of new products – we’ve got spring jewellery making sorted! Don’t let the dark evenings get you down, use them to snuggle up with your favourite jewellery magazine and be inspired. Don’t miss our great giveaway competitions, latest fashion tips and tests of new jewellery making products.

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