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How To: Stitch an even count peyote beading stitch for jewelry

The Even Count Peyote Stitch is one of the most widely used bead-weaving stitches. It's very easy to learn and when used with Delica beads, they just pop into place. You can really see the peyote design come to life with every row you complete! Learn how to stitch the even count peyote beading stitch by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Do a netting stitch for beaded jewelry

Watch this video for an introduction to a very versatile stitch, the Netting Stitch. In this tutorial, the process is shown step-by-step to create angular pendants and drops for necklaces with seed beads. Learn how to do a netting stitch for beaded jewelry by watching and following along.

How To: Make a skinner blend with polymer clay jewelry

Art Jewelry Magazine associate editor Jill Erickson shows you how to make a skinner blend with polymer clay. A skinner blend is just a simple technique of combining two colors of polymer clay, for a shaded, ombre type look. Learn how to mix a skinner blend of polymer clay by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Condition or knead polymer clay before molding jewelry

Art Jewelry Magazine associate editor Jill Erickson shows you a couple of ways to condition polymer clay. Conditioning, or kneading, is essential to drive out air bubbles and to better prepare clay for molding. Learn how to condition or knead polymer clay before molding or sculpting by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Make a simple loop for earrings or any jewelry

This instructional video shows how to do one method of making a simple loop in pins or wire for earrings or any kind of jewelry. The only tool needed is a pair of pliers to bend the wire or pin. Learn how to craft a simple single loop out of any soft metal by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Make a spiral wire for jewelry

Wire spirals are quick to make at home, and can be added onto any jewelry. To make wire spirals, you'll need soft round wire, bent chain nose pliers, round nose pliers, a flush cutter, a spiral maker, and a WigJig Olympus or Delphi. Learn how to make wire spirals by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Craft an oo la la collaged jewelry pendant

Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter shows you how to make four fabulous inked backgrounds for miniature collage pendants. Using vintage French images and her trusty crew of crafty helpers Madge whips up a tasty project you'll definitely want to sink your teeth into. Learn how to make these pretty necklace pendants by watching and following along with this video jewelry-making tutorial.

How To: Make jewelry using wire

Our expert Debra Windsong will show you how you can make your own jewelry. If you have ever been interested in jewelry making, let our expert show you how to make wire necklaces, chain earrings, bracelets, and even watch bands with simple materials you can find at any craft store. These are great projects for beginner artists, kids, or just people who love jewelry.

How To: Make hemp jewelry

Hemp is an extremely strong industrial fiber, as well as an extremely resilient soft fiber. This video from Watchmojo.com will show you how you can use hemp and beads to make your very own hemp jewelry.

How To: Bead a byzantine chain for jewelry

In this step-by-step beading video, you are shown how simple and easy it is to make a very intricate and ancient style of chain mail (with jump rings), the Byzantine Chain Mail Weave. Learn how to assemble the Byzantine chain mail weave by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.