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Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 5 Beading & Jewelry Making) (cc)

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 5 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 3; Series 4; Series 6; Series 7; Series 8; Series 9; Series 10


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List of Titles


1. Mixed Media (cc)

1. Mixed Media (cc)

Louise McClure is the first designer; she's here with a mixed media necklace in her signature look with found objects. The weekly Beading Lesson with Katie Hacker is 3 ways to finish a jewelry piece. Julia Gerlach presents a Caren Schwartz design - a free form peyote necklace with hardware accents. Click for more


2. Beading (cc)

2. Beading (cc)

Opening the show is Tammy Honaman demonstrating beautiful tubular peyote stitch bracelets. The weekly Beading Lesson with Katie Hacker features an easy way to thread seed beads. Next Anna Elizabeth Draeger demonstrates beaded, decorated vessels from Wendy Elsworth. Lynn Krucke presents the Click for more


3. Polymer (cc)

3. Polymer (cc)

Returning guest Judy Belcher dazzles viewers with her clay creations - today is contemporary rectangular pendants. Katie Hacker's Beading Lesson is all about sterling silver. Julia Gerlach features beads designed by Kim Otterbein. Next is Part 2 of basic clay tips from expert Lynn Krucke. Finally Click for more


4. Wire (cc)

4. Wire (cc)

Anna Elizabeth Draeger creates a cluster bangle designed by Jennifer Cook. Katie Hacker's Beading Lesson is about the hottest, new jewelry metal - copper - on its own or mixed with gold and silver. Tammy Honaman demonstrates what she terms her "base" bracelet. Katie returns with a crystal necklace Click for more


5. Cording (cc)

5. Cording (cc)

Linda Augsburg opens the show creating a corded design by Jane Konkel. Katie Hacker's Beading Lesson focuses on designing with jump rings. Kristy Walden is next with a Marlynn McNutt design that features cording and knotting - for a piece with lots of texture. Author Jeanne Campbell introduces Click for more


6. Metal (cc)

6. Metal (cc)

Linda Augsburg presents a metal clay washer bracelet by Lindsay Haedt. The Beading Lesson with Katie Hacker is how to choose the right crimp bead or tube. Kristy Walden demonstrates her specialty of metal clay and making an art clay chain. Then it's off to the Bead Show and interviews with 2 different Click for more


7. Glass (cc)

7. Glass (cc)

In our first segment Anna Elizabeth Draeger presents a necklace featuring the art glass bead of Stuart Abelman. Then it's a Beading Lesson with Katie Hacker and easy removable clasps. Tammy Honaman incorporates unique glass and dichroic beads in a necklace. At the Bead Show we visit with Larry Click for more


8. New Materials (cc)

8. New Materials (cc)

Linda Augsburg recreates a Jane Konkel necklace design using rubber washers. Katie Hacker in her Bead Lesson has another new idea on how to use rubber tubing. Arbel Shemesh offers a big departure in materials - she explores Bedouin Crochet. Katie returns with Swarovski crystals as her medium, using Click for more


9. Nature (cc)

9. Nature (cc)

Linda Augsburg introduces a sea charms' necklace and earring set designed by Shannon Reeves. Katie Hacker's Beading Lesson explains everything a beader needs to know about tweezers. Arbel Shemesh has a special segment about turquoise - including lots of information about this naturally beautiful Click for more


10. Bangles (cc)

10. Bangles (cc)

To open the show, Anna Elizabeth Draeger presents a bangle design made from peyote stitch links by Maiko Kage. Katie Hacker takes a little departure from bangles in the Beading Lesson - all about bling rings. Kristy Walden offers a very unique interpretation of the bangle bracelet. Katie returns Click for more


11. Long n Lean (cc)

11. Long n Lean (cc)

Marcy Tilton opens the show demonstrating a long and lean necklace of different shaped turquoise beads. The Beading Lesson with Katie Hacker focuses on twisted wire. Linda Augsburg recreates a lariat seed bead necklace designed by Andrea Kolasinki Marcinkus. Katie returns with an opera length design featuring Click for more


12. Earrings (cc)

12. Earrings (cc)

The first segment features a Lea Rose Nowicki design for 3 different earrings presented by Linda Augsburg. Wire wrap basics is the topic for Katie Hacker's Beading Lesson. Louise McClure is next with a chandelier design from one of our favorite designers, Marlynn McNutt. Katie is back and provides Click for more


13. Fiber, Felt and Fabric (cc)

13. Fiber, Felt and Fabric (cc)

Marcy Tilton if first up and demonstrates a fabric purse embellished with beads. Katie Hacker's Beading Lesson is all about finishing fiber ends. Julia Gerlach has a bead embroidery project on fabric from Laurie Marcum, surrounding cabochons with beaded leaves and vines. Katie is back and Click for more


Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 5, Parts 1 - 13 (4-Disc Set)

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 5, Parts 1 - 13 (4-Disc Set)

A combined version of Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 5, Parts 1 - 13 is available in a 4-Disc Set. The 13 titles are listed below.
1. Mixed Media
2. Beading
3. Polymer
4. Wire
5. Cording
6. Metal
7. Glass
8. New Materials
9. Nature
10. Bangles
11. Long
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