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Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 9 (Beading & Jewelry Making) (cc)

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


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List of Titles


1. Big and Bold Designs (cc)

1. Big and Bold Designs (cc)

Indulge yourself with big and bold designs. Big beads make a bold statement. Our first recipe features the hot trend of big beads with Leslie Rogalski. They can be intimidating, but fear not, everyone can make and wear big beads. Learn how to use these beads in smart and fashion-forward designs. Then join expert Click for more


2. Mouth Watering Metals (cc)

2. Mouth Watering Metals (cc)

Mouth watering metals are the key ingredients for thee designs in this program. Up first is Mark Nelson and a fabulous bolo tie using reticulated silver. Then it's time for Katie Hacker and the answer to: "How do I prevent beading wire from breaking?" Next, Marlene Blessing satisfies your appetite Click for more


3. Appetizing and Affordable Designs (cc)

3. Appetizing and Affordable Designs (cc)

Appetizing and affordable designs are on the menu today. We're partnering great designs with inexpensive components. First up, it's Mark Nelson and a chain mail bracelet created from inexpensive jump rings. Then Katie Hacker teaches us how to make our own chain - a great cost and time saver. Next, Leslie Click for more


4. Asymmetrical Designs (cc)

4. Asymmetrical Designs (cc)

In our recipes for great beading it's time to choose off the a la carte menu with asymmetrical designs and a touch of mismatch. First, Marlene Blessing adds a little design heat to a bracelet design by making it asymmetrical. Choose focal elements with a related style or theme to season your bracelet with surprise. Click for more


5. Remaking, Recycling and Remixing (cc)

5. Remaking, Recycling and Remixing (cc)

What's cooking without leftovers? We're focusing on remaking, recycling and remixing using leftover beads and supplies. Don't be afraid to take an older piece apart and reuse those beads in something new. First up is Leslie Rogalski, who hates running out of beads in the middle of a project, but she shows us Click for more


6. Rings Finger Foods (cc)

6. Rings Finger Foods (cc)

Rings - or finger foods - are a fun, fashion accessory and small enough that we're not afraid to be a little different. Mark Nelson is our first designer with a very geometric design that uses only two materials; he calls them squiggle rings. Then today's beading question is: "What do you do with crinkled beading Click for more


7. Tasty Textured Metal (cc)

7. Tasty Textured Metal (cc)

Tasty textured metal is the focus of this show. Metal work requires different tools and exposes you to new techniques you might not have tried before. Mark Nelson starts us out with micro-fold earrings and a lesson on creating textures. Then it's answers to viewers' questions with Katie Hacker and how Click for more


8. Luscious Lucite and Resin (cc)

8. Luscious Lucite and Resin (cc)

The secret to great food and great jewelry is great ingredients and sometimes the use of an unexpected element. In this program we're having fun with some trendy materials, luscious Lucite and resin. First, Mark Nelson introduces us to doming resin in a "super" pendant. Then it's a viewer question about attaching Click for more


9. Healthy Beading (cc)

9. Healthy Beading (cc)

Whether you call it eco-friendly, natural or environmentally safe, we all want to take care of ourselves and our world; so the theme of this program is healthy beading. First up is Marlene Blessing to make a delectable necklace with beads made from recycled bottle caps and natural wood. Then it's time for Katie Click for more


10. Vintage or Classic Design (cc)

10. Vintage or Classic Design (cc)

Classic or tried and true recipes are the main stay of most cooks' repertoire; the same is true for beading. We all have a favorite "go to" look, so this show is about vintage or classic design. Everything old is fresh again as Marlene Blessing shows you how to create a trendy but timeless necklace with retro Click for more


11. Polymer and Clay du Jour (cc)

11. Polymer and Clay du Jour (cc)

Polymer and clay du jour is this show's theme; they are versatile mediums that allow you to create your own beads. Our menu includes a bronze clay pendant from Mark Nelson; this is probably the first time you've ever seen bronze clay. Then it's Katie Hacker and answers on a viewer's basic tool question. Click for more


12. Chef's Special - Winning Design (cc)

12. Chef's Special - Winning Design (cc)

Our beading recipe theme continues in this program with the chef's special or how to become a winning designer. First up is Mark Nelson to introduce the Saul Bell awards from the judge's perspective. What do they look for and how can your designs compete? Then it's Katie Hacker and our beading lesson Click for more


13. Tasty Tidbits - Great Gifts (cc)

13. Tasty Tidbits - Great Gifts (cc)

Tasty tidbits or great gift giving ideas is the theme for this program. The prerequisites for each project are: easy to make, fast, good for making multiples, and, most of all, great design style. Leslie Rogalski is first with earrings at their easiest - two simple techniques turn a pair of beads into earrings Click for more


Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 9, Parts 1 - 13 (4-Disc Set)

Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 9, Parts 1 - 13 (4-Disc Set)

A combined version of Beads, Baubles & Jewels Series 9, Parts 1 - 13 is available in a 4-Disc Set. The 13 titles are listed below.
1. Big and Bold Designs
2. Mouth Watering Metals
3. Appetizing and Affordable Designs
4. Asymmetrical Designs
5. Remaking, Recycling and Remixing
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