Jewellery or Jewelry Making

Jewellery or Jewelry Making

By John Volney

Jewellery or jewelry makingis a very satisfying pastime. You can make presents, you can make your own pieces and there's even an opportunity to sell what you create. The fascinating thing about jewellery or jewelry is that there is so much to learn and even when you make mistakes and blunders, which you will at first, these mistakes are a wealth of knowledge in themselves. The main thing to remember with making jewellery or jewelry is to be patient; losing your cool and getting frustrated will only make it more difficult for you to concentrate and do a good job. So don't be hard on yourself; take a deep breath, focus and enjoy.

The different Forms of Jewellery or Jewelry making

There are many different forms of jewellery or jewelry making. You can make jewellery or jewelry out of Fimo - a colourful putty that you bake. You can make it out of silver wire by using fine pliers to bend and hammers to forge the wire into elaborate pieces complete with clever ways to hold the stones why not visit, RC Humvee in place. have a look at, Home CB Radio

But for the purposes of these articles we're going to look at the more traditional way of jewellery or jewelry making that we're all familiar with which involves techniques such as soldering, forging (similar to how a blacksmith would hammer something into shape), filing, polishing etc.

There is lots of help out there in the form of books or evening classes and private tuition - one-on-one help with an experienced jeweller. With this kind of guidance your skill , Quilting level will improve in leaps and bounds making the process all the more enjoyable and fulfilling.


Brooches in Jewellery Making

    Finishing in Jewellery Making

      Floral Glass Jewellery Making

        Gold Jewellery

          Jaspers in Jewellery Making

            Jewellery making Inspiration

              Jewellery making Products

                Jewellery or Jewelry Tools

                  Silver Jewellery

                    Stone Cutting in Jewellery Making

                      Stone Jewellery

                        Touch Enamelling in Jewellery Making

                          Wax Carving

                            Whisks in Jewellery Making

                              << Previous Embroidery | Back to Arts and Crafts | Next >> Knitting


                               

                               

                              Featured Articles
                              Collectible Model Muscle Cars Collectible Model Muscle Cars
                              Collectible model muscle cars evoke as much interest in collectors as their real life cousins. While

                              How to buy a CB Radio How to buy a CB Radio
                              You know, talking about CB radio technology is fun, but the real fun is talking about everyone's fav

                              Making Miniature Dolls Making Miniature Dolls
                              Making miniature dolls is a great way to get acquainted with the art of doll making. There are no st

                              RC Glow Cars RC Glow Cars
                              RC glow cars are one of the more popular versions of radio controlled road vehicles that are used by

                              Toy Robots Toy Robots
                              Toy Robots are a delight for children, and for the adults who buy them for their children. No longer


                              Popular search terms people have used to find this page are jewellery making (13.64%), colourful putty for making jewelry (13.64%), jewelry making (13.64%), https://www.google.co.jp/ (9.09%), https://www.google.com (9.09%), JEWELLERY MAIKNG (4.55%), free jewelry making (4.55%), www.hobby jewellery.com (4.55%), https://www.google.com.au/ (4.55%), hobby jewelry making (4.55%), http://www.google.fr/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CDYQFjAB&url=http:%2F%2Fwww.hob (4.55%), mistakes when making jewellery (4.55%), https://www.google.co.za/ (4.55%), making jewellery (4.55%)