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How to Beading Jewel Loom Inspirations book by Julianna C Avelar

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Jewel Loom Inspirations book by Julianna C Avelar. Quick and Fun beading and jewelry projects using the hugely popular Jewel Loom.

Create fun, easy beaded bracelets, necklaces, earrings and more with the versatile Jewel Loom! Jewel Loom creator Julianna C. Avelar fills you in on the basics of beading on a loom, then shares fifteen of her favorite Jewel Loom projects in easy-to-follow tutorials. Get creative with silk ribbon, fringe and leather cording then experiment with beads of varying colors and shapes—the jewelry projects in this book push the boundaries of traditional beading loom designs. Make something that fits your unique style! An inspiration gallery, featuring a beaded denim jacket, a fringed lampshade and more, offers ideas on how to use the Jewel Loom for more than just jewelry. So grab your loom and start beading!

About the Author

Julianna C. Avelar is a well-known mover and shaker in the creative crafting community. She became a household name in the creative industry with her appearances on shows such as TNN’s Aleene’s Creative Living, HGTV’s Carol Duvall Show, Home Shopping Network, QVC and Jewelry Television (JTV).

Julianna is the inventor of the Jewel Loom, a portable, flexible and easy-to- use beading loom. She lives in sunny California

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Sydna Christmon
Awesome Book 😊.

I love this book. Everything is written and explained so well. I have learning disabilities and I appreciate this book so much. Plus, if I have any questions, all I have to do is ask. Thank you so much Jewels.

Wendy Henderson
Excellent name

I am new to looming

Sherry Buit

I received my loom book. Was so excited I sat down and started reading from cover to cover. Can’t wait to try out the patterns. Thank you jewels

Sue Ashton

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