First up is Linda Augsburg, and a scroll link bracelet
– we’ll be making our own links.
Then it’s our beading lesson with Katie Hacker.
She’ll teach us how to make chain using twisted
jump rings. Next is Marlynn McNutt with a great chain
lariat. Then we have a new special segment with Tammy
Honaman– everything you need to know about the
different types of findings – today is clasps.
Then last up, Katie is back with a beaded chain necklace
featuring crystals and crystal connectors.
Linda Peterson is our first designer with techniques
for making a clay pendant. Then it’s our weekly
beading lesson with Katie Hacker – how about trying
a seed bead tassel – perfect for a pendant. Next
Louise McClure joins us to make a unique pendant. Then
Tammy Honaman's featured findings are drops and links.
Last up we have a new guest - Cathy Jakicic –
now that you’ve made some great pendants –
she’ll teach us how to optimize a choker with
First is Katie Hacker with a double needle weave technique
on a crystal bracelet. Then Katie is back with a lesson
on using pinch bails. Next is Jean Campbell with a spring
bracelet featuring a favorite stone– peridot.
Then Tammy’s finding feature is bead caps and
cones. Last up Linda Augsburg has a crystal and pearl
necklace made with a 2 needle technique.
Linda Augsburg is our first guest with a nod to the
glamour days and a jet necklace and bracelet set. Then
its time for Katie Hacker and today’s beading
lesson on the herringbone stitch – it’s
a design that’s been popular for a long time.
Next we’re joined by Louise McClure - she’s
going to teach us how to make a mold from vintage pieces.
Then charms are the topic of Tammy Honaman’s feature
on findings. Last up Katie Hacker is back with a multi
strand necklace using chandelier components. –
a vintage and contemporary look all at the same time.
Up first is Linda Augsburg with a piece that mimics
needlework using the peyote stitch.
Then Katie Hacker’s bead lesson follows our theme
with the right angle weave. Next we have a very unique
take on a different type of beading pattern from Marlynn
Mcnutt – using netting around satin cord. Lastly
the featured findings from Tammy Honaman are tubes and
First up Linda Peterson our clay expert , joins us for
basic and not so basic clay techniques. Then Katie Hacker
features the daisy chain stitch on her beading lesson.
Next it’s a fascinating look at colorizing clay
with pigments, stamps and foil from Tammy Honaman. And
right after, Tammy is back with a feature on spacer
bars. Last up Linda Augsburg shows us how to transfer
images to clay.
First up Cathy Jakicic looks in her crystal ball for
a fashion forecast based on her experience as an editor.
Then it’s today’s beading lesson with Katie
Hacker and a new trendy technique of weaving solid rings.
Next Jean Campbell has what’s hot - rings, charms
and most of all cuffs. Then join Tammy Honaman for a
feature on jump and split rings. Last up we can’t
forget crystal when we’re talking about trends
and Katie Hacker has a crystal embellished shell pendant.
Our first metal design is metal clay made into charms
from Tammy Honaman. Then it’s on to wire and macramé
techniques from Katie Hacker on today’s beading
lesson. Next Linda Augsburg has a wire wrapped bracelet.
Then it’s a lesson on earrings from Tammy Honaman
in our finding feature. Last up Mary Hettmansberger
joins us for a crystal cone necklace.
Up first Linda Augsburg explores different color variations
of the same stone in a garnet necklace. Our beading
lesson with Katie Hacker is a tutorial on the flat peyote
Next Sherry Serafini shows a gem stone cabochon with
a color theme. Then Tammy Honaman’s featured finding
is chandelier parts. Then the last color story is from
Mary Hettsmanberger and copper painted watercolors.
Our first guest is Tammy Honaman – findings are
an all important element of this bracelet – or
is it a necklace – actually its both. Then learn
about round peyote in our beading lesson with Katie
Hacker. Next it’s Linda Augsburg and a very quick
curved tube bracelet – findings are an integral
part of this piece. Then it’s the weekly findings
feature from Tammy Honaman and head and eye pins. Last
up Katie Hacker is back with 3 ways to use crystal link
findings in a unique way.
Cathy Jakicic introduces us to silken knots with an
Asian influence. Then it’s a fun look at beaded
fringe with Katie Hacker. Next Marlynn McNutt is back
with one of her specialties. She’s combining different
mediums – pearls, shells, crystals, strung and
knotted with cord and ribbon for a mixed media extravaganza.
Then Tammy Honaman has our finding feature and bead
tips. Last up we’re happy to meet designer Winnie
Van Der Rhyn – she has one set of materials but
3 different looks.
Up first is Sherry Serafini with a square stitch bracelet
with fringe. Then Katie Hacker’s beading lesson
is all about the brick stitch. Then it’s Linda
Augsburg with the ladder stitch and bracelets using
different color variations. Last up is settings with
Our first guest is Cathy Jakicic with a turquoise birthstone
project that looks much more difficult that it is. Then
on Katie’s beading lesson its making chain bales
and tassels. Next Jean Campbell strings on a different
material and creates a leather thong bracelet with a
slide knot. Then Tammy Honaman has a finding feature
on scrimps, crimps and wire guardians. Last Katie Hacker
is back with a way to repurpose findings as pendants.