Making Jewellery magazine includes 132 pages packed with in-depth information on all aspects of jewellery making, from techniques and projects to interviews with master makers. Each issue focusses on a material or jewellery-making discipline including metal clay, polymer clay, mixed media and wirework. Our techniques and projects are broken down into detail with step-by-step pictures and instructions to make the process clear and easy to follow. Each issue also features news, an events calendar, reviews and articles of topical interest in the jewellery world. Every quarter the issue is a professional one aimed at those interested in business and selling their jewellery. These issues focus on the business side of making jewellery along with articles about metals, gems and tools.
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This month is all about polymer clay, this versatile material can be used to create a wide range of jewellery pieces and in this issue we show you how. If you are not a fan of polymer yet or think it’s just the fun stuff that kids use then we’re going to change your mind. Featuring techniques ranging from complex and detailed canes, to very convincing faux stones. We show you how you can replicate other materials with polymer clay and how much it can bring to your jewellery making. Prepare to be wowed by Cynthia Gougian’s guide to making Faux Stones, where she recreates Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise and more. Other techniques include how to make beautifully detailed Kaleidoscope Cane by Cara Jane Hayman and how you can use Skinner blends to create Marvellous Mosaic pendants. We’re also excited to be featuring an interview and guide to Baking Polymer Clay by Ginger Davis Allman, where she helps you overcome the challenge of curing your pieces and answers questions about her popular polymer clay website. So with all that plus our fantastic regular features, you’ll find plenty to keep you busy in this polymer clay issue of Making Jewellery, out now!