All Wired Up Wire Techniques for the Beadworker and Jewelry Maker

A step-by-step technique guide complemented by more than 240 line drawings, that provides every tip and technique necessary for wireworking success.
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A step-by-step technique guide complemented by more than 240 line drawings, that provides every tip and technique necessary for wireworking success. Photographs of finished objects accompany projects.

SKU: 1029

Author/Speaker/Editor: Mark Lareau

Format: Paperback

ISBN 13: 9781883010737

Number Of Pages: 128

About the Author

Mark Lareau is a nationally-known wirework artist who teaches workshops around the country. In 1992, he and his wife opened a retail bead shop, The Bead Factory, in Tacoma, Washington, and he has been teaching weekly classes there ever since. ALL WIRED UP is based on those workshops, and everything Mark has learned from them.

SKU: 1029

Author/Speaker/Editor: Mark Lareau

Format: Paperback

ISBN 13: 9781883010737

Number Of Pages: 128

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Customer Reviews

Great Book ! Review by Margie
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I bought this book from the Interweave Store a few months ago and I really like it. There's great projects and some new techniques that I'm going to try. This book is definitely worth buying and having in your jewelry library. I highly recommend this book.

(Posted on 6/24/2014)

(Posted on 6/24/2014)

Great beginner to intermediate book Review by Barbara Martin

I took a class with Mark Lareau, this books author, and was taught most of the great techniques in this book. I bought the book later because it is great reinforcement. Anyone could pick up this book and learn all of these wonderful things in no time because the instructions are so clear and it is well illustrated. I especially love an easy and super strong clasp Mark teaches. I asked him in class if we could sell things we'd made with his designs and he seemed confused by the question and told me more or less that he felt if someone published a design that it was then public domain and people could use it as they wished. I liked that!

(Posted on 6/8/2012)

(Posted on 6/8/2012)

ALL WIRED UP Review by Jacquelyne Robinson

I REALLY LIKE THIS BOOK. IT HELPS ME WITH SOME THINGS I WANTED TO DO BUT JUST NEEDE A LITTLE HELP. GREAT IDEAS AND DIRECTIONS.

(Posted on 10/7/2011)

(Posted on 10/7/2011)