Creative Beading Magazine

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This news edition includes some tips and hints for making your own stone settings, and we take a look at upcoming shows in Australia and overseas. We also have a couple of book recommendations that every jewellery maker will love!

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MAKING YOUR OWN STONE SETTINGS

Creating your own settings for gem stones can be a little difficult, although the results can be very rewarding. Some beaders believe making your own setting and attempting to get the shape and size

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