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Book, "Chic & Easy Beading: 100 Fast and Fun Fashion Jewelry Projects" by Alice Korach. Sold individually.
Item Number: H20-E8715CL
Make something beautiful you'll love to wear! Step-by-step images and instructions walk you through making fashionable beaded necklaces, bracelets and earrings. These 100+ easy projects include glitzy pieces for wearing on the town, sophisticated styles for the office and everything in between. Compiled from the first two Chic&Easy annuals and edited by Alice Korach.
Softcover, full color, 144 pages
Book size: 10-3/4 x 8-1/4 inches
Level: Beginning to intermediate
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.
About the author: Alice Korach is the founding editor of Bead&Button® Magazine. Her idea in starting the magazine was that there were many people like her who wanted to know how beautiful beadwork was created, and she was right!
Alice has practiced almost all forms of needle art, taking up beading when she was eight and knitting at eleven. She always loved teaching and sharing her skills and knowledge with others. Alice earned a Ph.D. in English literature and became a college professor.
Alice moved on to Threads Magazine to be an editor in fiber arts, particularly knitting, and contributed many articles of her own work, most notably, the first article explaining bead knitting since the early years of the 20th century.
Alice knew that she was a good technician and a skilled designer, but she learned that she was also an artist when she had the privilege of learning pâte de verre from Donna Milliron. Alice created dozens of unique three-dimensional glass sculptures including figurative, abstract and floral works. Practicing art in glass freed something within her that has led to an artistic flowering in other forms of bead art as well.
Alice teaches beading classes at national conventions and at shops.