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Jean Hamilton-Fford
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I enjoy jewelry making in the following areas:
Wirework, Polymer Clay
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artist and writer, i found jewelry making when exploring art forms. just getting started and enjoying learning.
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Making my own tools...

Good afternoon!

My husband and I have been busy making tools I can use when wire working. Making a peg board isn't too difficult, so he says, and using toothpicks cut in half as pegs works well too!

I have used polymer clay to make different shapes as objects I can wrap wire around when needed. I do quilling as well and my quilling work board was greatly helpful in providing molds for graduated shapes including squares, circles, triangles, ovals, teardrops and hearts (you can…

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Posted on January 11, 2012 at 8:16am — 2 Comments

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At 7:39am on January 17, 2012, zoraida bros said…

Hi Jean,

I'd like to help but am not sure of your question regarding coil spacers. I rarely, if ever use spacers since I wire wrap.  I wrap fine gauge wire over heavier gauge wire.  I also make my own "links" or "sections" and usually connect them with jump rings or weave them together with wire. 

At 12:17am on January 9, 2012, Karen Ferrante said…

Hi Jean!

I'm so glad you found the tips on www.creativejewelrymaking.com to be helpful! I really appreciate it!

Karen

 
 
 

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