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Looking for Peyton Place: A Novel by Barbara Delinsky
Looking for Peyton Place: A Novel by Barbara Delinsky
I just wanted to say that as someone who really enjoys reading books written by Barbara Delinsky, this is definately a great one. As I have found in the majority of her other books, there are lots of twists in the plot, and lots of interesting characters. I really enjoyed this book!
Making Metal Jewelry: Projects, Techniques, Inspir&hellip by Joanna Gollberg
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This is an excellent book for beginners or those who are slightly more advanced in jewellery making. The jewellery in this book is made stricly with cold connections, no soldering or heating involved. For the more advanced, such as myself, I find this book great for inspiration to include cold connections in my designs.
Step by step instructions and nice photography, this book is a real asset for those even who are just interested in beginning to make jewellery.
Metals Technic: A Collection of Techniques for Met&hellip by Tim McCreight
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Metals Technic, Nov. 24 2003
This is a great book for advanced metalwork. It is a guide of decorative techniques and some forming of metal. I would recommend this book for anyone who is interested in learning some interesting and fun techniques for decorating and creating their jewellery. It also includes a short history of where some of the techniques evoloved. The instructions are clear and include drawings and diagrams. I wouldn't recommend this book for beginners because having some prior working knowledge of the metals is definately needed for using this book. A Great book and reference!

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