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Coraling Technique: Step-by-Step Instructions For Making Ten Original Design Necklaces, Bracelets And Earrings In The Most Popular Russian Beading Technique
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The illustrations are WONDERFUL and CLEAR and CONCISE, printed large, and just a pleasure. The written instructions are just as easy to work with.
What is GREAT about this book, is that with just a bit of concentration and some effort, you can make a piece of jewelry that looks brilliant!
This is not a joke... rarely do I get compliments on my jewelry. (Boy, that's hard to admit!) However, when I wear one of my coral necklaces and/or bracelets and/or earrings, complete strangers ask where I purchased it/them and just how striking the piece is! Maybe this is my niche! Buy this book; I truly don't think you'll be disappointed.
The sample projects are lovely -- I can't wait to make a few of them up. I wasn't really sure what to expect initially, but I was pleasantly surprised. I have a ton of beading/beadwork books, so I am picky about what I like -- and I liked this one.
If you like great big beading books with lots and lots of projects, this doesn't quite fit into that category. But if you are always looking for new ideas, this is right up your alley.
Yes, the book price is high, but it is worth it.
Coraling Technique is easy for a beginning beader, with precise step by step written and photo instructions. Yet challenging enough for the most advanced beader. the only thing holding you back is your imagination. It is 44 pages with 10 beautiful patterns from necklaces to earrings.
Caroling Technique is Varvara at her best. Coraling technique is sure to become a favorite, and must have for every beaders library. Now the only thing to remain is, when can we look forward to another beading book from Varvara one of our favorite designers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I appreciate the effort. There is love in her teaching.
But, it takes some getting used to the drawings; Need some contrast to indicate more perspective
After receiving this in the mail, I have to wonder how many necklaces I have made from the patterns in this book. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Shannon Marie
This book I am finding to be quite well written. I would consider myself to be an intermediate beader and have done a number of other larger projects but wanted THIS book simply... Read morePublished on September 18, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I knew this technique would be difficult going in. It is made easier by the step by step directions in this book. I recommend it if you are anxious to learn a new technique. Read morePublished on December 11, 2010 by L. T. Gerhardt
Very inspiring work, was a learning curb to understand the lay out of instructions, but with some focus you realize these are very simple and repetive stitches. Read morePublished on April 19, 2009 by P. Cassidy
This is an above average beading book because of the designs, but the directions do not show the thread direction making it difficult to follow the visual directions, which could... Read morePublished on February 1, 2009 by Lara
The book describes how to make the jewelry shown under "See larger image and other views" - no more and no less. So you know exactly what you get. Read more
Same two techniques used repeatedly in the same way throughout the book: Right-angle weave and "Coraling Technique" (actually branch fringing), both can be easily found on... Read morePublished on August 3, 2007 by T. Lazaridou