Easy Jewelry Chain Making with Janice Berkebile DVD

Unleash your jewelry skills with a comprehensive lesson in making custom chain.
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Unleash your jewelry skills with a comprehensive lesson in making custom chain. Join artist and author Janice Berkebile in 3 watch-and-learn lessons for everything you need to know to take your jewelry to the next level with the versatility of chain.
 
Expand your jewelry-making repertoire with how-tos for simple keyhole links with the use of easy bending techniques, ravishing riveted connections for unique design elements, and chains fused flawlessly with a small butane torch.
 
Order your copy today to:

• Add visual interest to your jewelry with the use of easy handmade chain.
• Incorporate your style into your pieces with a variety of design and scale options.
• Create intricate patterns and effects with the use of textures and stamps.
• Learn how to get consistent results for each individual link every time.
• Discover expert tips and tricks for using a small torch to fuse fine silver. 
• And much, much more!

SKU: 12BD28

Author/Speaker/Editor: Janice Berkebile

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596688308

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About the Author

JANICE BERKEBILE is always amazed at the organic forms found in nature. As an artist, she creates jewelry using wire and metalwork, drawing from nature and incorporating texture and form into her work. She is co-author of the book Making Wire & Bead Jewelry: Artful Wirework Techniques. Janice teaches at Fusion Beads in Seattle, WA, as well as workshops across the country. She is a frequent contributor of projects to Interweave publications.

SKU: 12BD28

Author/Speaker/Editor: Janice Berkebile

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596688308

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Customer Reviews

Key Information Missing Review by MK
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The first project on the DVD is a keyhole chain link. However, I don't see an explanation for how to connect the premade links except for mashing one of the wrapped loops so that it will fit through the next link. This seems like a not-so-elegant solution and I find it difficult to reshape the mashed loop to its original shape. Did I miss a step or what?

Note: The DVD that I originally ordered wouldn't play on my Mac. I had to return it and ask for a download instead.

(Posted on 8/27/2014)

(Posted on 8/27/2014)

Easy & Fun Review by Charen K
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This book is full of ideas and great directions on how to fulfill your wildest dreams in chain making. It has become my favorite as I love making wire jewelry

(Posted on 1/16/2014)

(Posted on 1/16/2014)