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Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery Pam Leach

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Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery By Pam Leach

Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery by Pam Leach

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Pam Leach is an experienced jewellery designer and maker, and has run Beads Direct since 2010. Here she shows readers how to make 20 stunning jewellery items with brightly coloured rubber bands, some using just a hook, and others using a special loom.

Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery Summary

Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery by Pam Leach

Rubber band jewellery is easy and fun and this book will make you a rubber band jewellery expert in no time. Using either a hook or a simple loom you can make hundreds of bright fashionable jewellery items. Many can be made just using a crochet hook but with the simple loom you can create rings, bracelets and more complicated items. Its easy to create beautiful stylish pieces for yourself and your friends and family. There are 20 fantastic patterns and variations on each design with lots of different colour ways. Jewellery designs incorporate gorgeous beads, ribbons, funky clasps and lovely charms.
Clear step by step instructions and beautiful full colour photographs help you customise your own bracelets, earrings, necklaces, rings, bag charms anklets and much much more. Just like all the other 20 to Make craft titles it is full of great patterns at a brilliant price.
For a tutorial using this book, see the YouTube clip:

Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery Reviews

September 2014

Wow can you believe another fantastic book in the Twenty to Make range! This book is different from any of he rubber band jewellery books I've seen. It's full of fantastic ideas to add items to your rubber band jewellery to give them a whole new look.

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* Crochet Addict UK *

Autumn 2014

I would recommend this book to children of nine ad older because even though these bracelets are easy to make for children of all ages, the book offers different varieties of designs that would be more suited to the abilities of older children. I think the book offers different stages of colour and pictures to follow and also instructions to guide you to make fantastic friendship bracelets on a loom board and on your fingers. I don't have a loom (yet), so I couldn't text the loomed patterns, but in this book on pages 24-25 I tried the chain link necklace. The design includes as many colours and bands as you want and uses a hook or your own finger, and if you follow the instructions clearly you will end up with an amazing design.

* The Bead Society of Great Britian *

Unless you have only just arrived on the planet you must be aware by now of the latest craze - loom bands! Search Press has jumped onto the bandwagon and produced a book of twenty wearable designs featuring those ubiquitous wee bands.

As the subtitle says "loom and hook" you don't need a loom to make everything in the book, and of course you need a hook anyway. The back and front covers feature foldout pages where you can find out the basic technique using a hook, and at the back a loom, which is handy. You can unfold it and it is visible while you work on a more complex piece. Although at some point an adult book is going to be produced by somebody this is another one featuring children as models, and all the familiar styles are here including bracelets, earrings, necklaces, a hand/foot tanga and charms. Each project has a page-sized photo of the finished item being worn, and on the other page what you need and the instructions. Due to the small format of the book there is not room for many staged photos but there are always a few, once as many as eight and a picture of the loaded loom. My advice is to start at the beginning and go onwards if you are a complete beginner as loom band work is unlike anything else and you need to get into it to understand the more complex pieces at the end. For once everything is available from one place, an excellent website that I use a lot (see below). Overseas crafters will have to locate their materials elsewhere, but for once this is not going to be too difficult. A delightful introduction to the hobby that is small enough to be carried around with one of those portable looms and suitable for all.

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About Pam Leach

Pam Leach, owner of successful online bead retailer Beads Direct, and her fabulous team of talented designers, have a passion for jewellery making and understand the addictive nature and personal satisfaction that comes from creating your own pieces of jewellery. Pam is directly involved in the sourcing of components from around the world and has travelled widely, fuelling her passion and interest in this subject. Being surrounded by so many new and exciting products allows Pam and the Beads Direct designers to create innovative and up-to-the-minute designs to inspire and delight. Pam lives in Loughborough.

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Twenty to Make: Rubber Band Jewellery by Pam Leach
Used - Very Good
Search Press Ltd
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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