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Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 7 (Beading & Jewelry Making) (cc)

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


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List of Titles


1. Brown - The New Black (cc)

1. Brown - The New Black (cc)

Brown is now a basic and combines or accents so many other shades. Linda Augsburg is first with big baubles and necklaces in less than one hour. Then Katie Hacker has our first beading lesson and how to work with leather. Next it's Linda Peterson and a brown clay pendant and beads. Then it's off Click for more


2. Elegance (cc)

2. Elegance (cc)

Get out your pearls and crystal because this show is all about elegance. What's new about this look is that you don't have to be all dressed up to enjoy elegance. First up is Kristal Wick and the "timeless" elegance of crystal in a watch. Then Katie Hacker introduces us to designing with cubic zirconium Click for more


3. Novelty or Whimsical (cc)

3. Novelty or Whimsical (cc)

Add a little fun to your designing and add a touch of whimsy. Heather Lancaster is up first with a new approach to jewelry design and a crochet bracelet. Then Katie Hacker shows how to add texture to your beading wire in the beading lesson. Next have some fun when Anna Elizabeth Draeger presents Click for more


4. Jewelry with Meaning (cc)

4. Jewelry with Meaning (cc)

The designs you create can have meaning, whether it's actual words, or sentiments on your beads, or the meaning behind a particular stone or color. First up, Linda Augsburg introduces us to an international specialty bead with important cultural and historical meaning. Then our beading lesson with Katie Hacker Click for more


5. Color (cc)

5. Color (cc)

Color is one of the most important design elements and our designers will give tips for choosing colors and combining shades. First up, Stephanie Eddy introduces us to seed beads and a unique style for joining multiple parts of a piece together. Then our bead tip features silver wire with Katie Hacker. Click for more


6. Natural and Organic (cc)

6. Natural and Organic (cc)

It's time to get back to nature. Whether shells, stones, metal or wood; interesting beads are often the focal point of design. When you think jewelry - it's usually earrings or necklaces or bracelets. But how about a belt made from shells from Linda Augsburg? Then it's a jump-start for your designing, with bead-ready Click for more


7. Romance (cc)

7. Romance (cc)

When you want feminine and pretty, romantic accessories match that mood. Chokers and crystal are two elements that say romance are the features of the first piece with Katie Hacker crystal are two elements that say romance are the features of the first piece with. Then Katie is right back with organza and velour, Click for more


8. Menswear Look (cc)

8. Menswear Look (cc)

Think Katherine Hepburn and you think of classic silver and gold, and simple designs, many times featuring chain. First up, it's Linda Augsburg and a wirework chain necklace. Then take a look at your toolbox with Katie Hacker on today's beading lesson. Then author Scott David Plumlee makes a Byzantine Click for more


9. Linear (cc)

9. Linear (cc)

You may be familiar with the linear look in earrings - straight drops; but today we're interpreting that linear look in necklaces and bracelets too. First up is Mary Hettmansperger and a necklace drop featuring parallel lines of beads. Then our beading lesson is quick bead stringing with Katie Hacker. Click for more


10. Unconventional or Eclectic (cc)

10. Unconventional or Eclectic (cc)

Mix things up and try something new, our designers will show you how to add one element to make your pieces stand out. First up is Kristal Wick and an interesting mix of crystal and resin. Then our beading lesson is something we can all use - how to get organized. Next, Linda Augsburg has an unconventional Click for more


11. Balance (cc)

11. Balance (cc)

When it comes to jewelry, balance has a lot of different meanings; it can be a balance between sizes of beads or between styles of components; but, overall, it means achieving the right feel between the various elements that make up your design. Our first artist, Linda Augsburg, illustrates the concept with Click for more


12. Symmetry (cc)

12. Symmetry (cc)

Symmetry is related to balance, proportion and a regular pattern. Scott David Plumlee starts out with Byzantine chain techniques and creates a beautiful star-shaped pendant. Then it's beads-to-go and travel techniques on our beading lesson with Katie Hacker. Next up, Linda Peterson uses the concept Click for more


13. Over the Top (cc)

13. Over the Top (cc)

These ideas are not necessarily difficult - but the net effect is something that will get noticed. First up is crystal and more crystal, but this time it's on a purse instead of jewelry. Kristal Wick will show us how to add that over-the-top element to all of our clothing and accessories. Then our beading lesson Click for more


Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 7, Parts 1 - 13 (4-Disc Set)

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 7, Parts 1 - 13 (4-Disc Set)

A combined version of Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 7, Parts 1 - 13 is available in a 4-Disc Set. The 13 titles are listed below.
1. Brown - The New Black
2. Elegance
3. Novelty or Whimsical
4. Jewelry with Meaning
5. Color
6. Natural and Organic
7. Romance
8. Menswear
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