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Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 3 (Beading & Jewelry Making) (cc)

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 3 (Beading & Jewelry Making) (cc)

Katina Forté, actress (Striking Distance; Money for Nothing) and a QVC specialist in jewelry, brings her own jewelry making and fashion skills to this fabulous series on beading and jewelry making, which has something for everyone. The goal of each program is to inspire you to make you own jewelry, offering basic how-to instructions, as well as ideas for beautiful and exotic pieces that only look difficult. Overall, there's more than just technique involved, you'll learn your personal style and how to incorporate what you see around you into your own jewelry. Produced by KS, Productions, Inc. Closed-Captioned. Series: 13 x 30-minute programs.
Also see: Series 1; Series 2; Series 4; Series 5; Series 6; Series 7; Series 8; Series 9; Series 10


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List of Titles


1. Wire Works (cc)

1. Wire Works (cc)

Our first guest is Mary Hettmansperger, an expert on wire works with a "fishy" bracelet. Katie Hacker has the first of our bead lessons: colored wire and loops. Louise McClure introduces us to mixed media in a project with tons of texture. Next Tammy Honaman will share fascinating information Click for more


2. Polymer Clay (cc)

2. Polymer Clay (cc)

Our first guest, Judy Belcher, will change your way of thinking with an unbelievable clay purse pendant. Katie Hacker's beading lesson takes us back to wire and incorporating colored wire in your design. Linda Augsburg creates a coiled cuff with a really new technique, using a clay spacer bead. Click for more


3. Beads and More Beads (cc)

3. Beads and More Beads (cc)

Mindy Brooks, an expert beader with a feature stitch, is our first guest. Choosing the right needle and thread size for beading is Katie Hacker's lesson. Marlynn McNutt introduces us to bead tips and French wire techniques for finishing. Next our feature stone from Tammy Honaman is Jasper. Click for more


4. Knot Your Way to Beautiful Jewelry (cc)

4. Knot Your Way to Beautiful Jewelry (cc)

We start out with Linda Augsburg and macramé cord with beautiful shades of blue. Katie Hacker's lesson is some very unusual ways to use memory wire. Judy Belcher is back with a hot trend - jean jewelry charms. Chrysoprase is our semi-precious feature from Tammy Honaman; then Iliana McGrath Click for more


5. Metal Work (cc)

5. Metal Work (cc)

Mary Hettmansperger is back to the show with pounding and soldering techniques. Katie Hatcher introduces us to the newest type of wire, silver plate, which you can even braid. Tammy Honaman demonstrates an art clay bracelet - a different look at metal; then Tammy is right back with Lapis, our featured Click for more


6. Embroidery Techniques (cc)

6. Embroidery Techniques (cc)

Mindy Brooks, our first guest, has been searching for the perfect antique buttons for her bracelet design. Katie Hatcher's bead lesson is an introduction to the basic embroidery stitches. Stephanie Girdlestone features bales and donuts in her designs. Tammy Honaman's feature semi-precious Click for more


7. Felt Fiber and Fabric (cc)

7. Felt Fiber and Fabric (cc)

Our first artist, Candy Cooper, shows us how to make felt beads - but her other specialty is metal. Today's beading lesson with Katie Hatcher is all about specialty findings. Get out that sewing basket again with Marlynn McNutt, and wait until you see what you can make with buttons; then Tammy Click for more


8. A Touch of Glass (cc)

8. A Touch of Glass (cc)

First, Mindy Brooks adds lampwork beads to create a special charm bracelet. Katie Hatcher's bead lesson is about adhesives - the right adhesive for every material, including glass. Arbel Shemesh has another great bracelet design with a cha cha bracelet. Turquoise is the feature stone from Tammy Click for more


9. Back to Basics - Stringing (cc)

9. Back to Basics - Stringing (cc)

Arbel Shemesh adds watch faces to her stringing. Next Katie Hacker's bead lesson shows how to finish off your stringing. Linda Augsburg has a really unusual stringing technique using crystals. Malachite is the feature semi-precious stone from Tammy Honaman; while Iliana McGrath's Click for more


10. Mix It Up! (cc)

10. Mix It Up! (cc)

Linda Augsburg is first with a great way to use up leftover beads - she makes earrings featuring the brick stitch. Katie Hatcher takes us back to basics - what diameter and ply wire do you use with which bead? If you want your jewelry to last it's important to choose the right wire. Tammy Honaman Click for more


11. The Word is

11. The Word is "Fabulous" (cc)

First up, Judy Belcher is back - she shows us how to make a polymer cabochon. How do you string some of those unusual beads? Katie Hatcher's beading lesson is all about bails. Mindy Brooks uses art glass focal beads for her necklace with an unusual setting made from chain. Tammy Honaman's Click for more


12. Semi-Precious Stones (cc)

12. Semi-Precious Stones (cc)

First, Linda Augsburg combines four different stones and shapes - in one necklace - they all work together! You'll want to know how to use a bead reamer and knotter, especially for working with pearls or semi-precious stones, which is all part of Katie Hatcher's beading lesson. Stephanie Girdlestone Click for more


13. Earrings (cc)

13. Earrings (cc)

Arbel Shemesh takes chandelier earrings beyond your ears - she uses the same findings for both earrings and necklaces. In Katie Hatcher's beading lesson, we'll learn how to use chain for connecting dangles, tassels and all types of chandelier earrings; then Katie comes right back with elegant Swarovski Click for more


Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 3, Parts 1 - 13 (cc) (4-Disc Set)

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 3, Parts 1 - 13 (cc) (4-Disc Set)

A combined version of Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 3, Parts 1 - 13 is available in a 4-Disc Set. The 13 titles are listed below.
1. Wire Works
2. Polymer Clay
3. Beads and More Beads
4. Knot Your Way to Beautiful Jewelry
5. Metal Work
6. Embroidery Techniques
7. Felt Fiber
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