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Bead Stringing Guide

Bead Stringing Guide

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Bead Stringing Guide
Bead Stringing Guide

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Published by: Tom on Nov 24, 2013
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From: Eri Attebery Dear Aspiring Jewelry Maker, Congratulations on your decision to take this Video Home-Study Course! Before we get started, just a quick reminder about this Jewelry Making video instruction system and why I believe you will find it very effective. When you learn to make jewelry, you basically have three options: OPTION 1: You can learn from studying books or following instructions on printed patterns. OPTION 2: You can take a jewelry making class taught by an instructor. OPTION 3: You can learn on your own by watching an instructor give lessons on a video. From my experience working with students face-to-face, and using video instruction, I think OPTION 3 is by far the best.
Here’s why.
 When I started teaching others how to make jewelry I learned that my students could quickly grasp the basics of how to make jewelry while they were in class watching and following what I was doing. But as is the case with all newly learned skills, the problems started once my students left the class, went home with a jewelry kit and written instructions showing the pattern we had learned, and tried to make the jewelry piece again. Many of my students could not re-create what they had already learned, even while looking at the pattern on the written instructions!

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