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  • ISBN 156523278X
  • ISBN13 978-1565232785
  • Language English
  • Author Hilary Bowen
  • Publisher Fox Chapel Publishing (October 1, 2005)
  • Pages 151
  • Formats mobi txt doc rtf
  • Category Hobby
  • Subcategory Home Improvement and Design
  • Size ePub 1543 kb
  • Size Fb2 1232 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 841

A practical guide to the fascinating craft of turning jewelry. Includes 12 step-by-step projects including earrings, rings, necklaces, and brooches.

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Create wonderfully wearable wooden jewelry on your lathe, using only the bare minimum of tools and equipment. American Bookseller. Crafting jewellery from wood is a pastime which presents the woodworker with turning projects and skill-building ideas, plus an opportunity to create items from small amounts of wood. This book offers 12 step-by-step projects for a whole range of jewellery, including earrings, bangles, brooches, rings and necklaces.

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Hilary Bowen is a British female turner, of most forms, with a special interest in jewellery The book is split into 3 parts and 17 chapters

Hilary Bowen is a British female turner, of most forms, with a special interest in jewellery. The book is written for turners, by a turner, not from the view of pure jewellery design. Her methods and ideas are practical and achievable by most turners, with something for all experience levels. Though I didn’t do it justice in the long run, my video ‘ Video – Update and Make Your Own Laminated Blanks’ was based on a principal from this book. The book is split into 3 parts and 17 chapters. Part three has particular relevance to turners in general, not just jewellery creators.

Woodturning Jewellery By Hilary Bowen Woodturners of all abilities will find plenty to challenge them in this guide to creating delightful and beautiful adornments. Woodturners of all abilities will find plenty to challenge them in this guide to creating delightful and beautiful adornments. Using just a lathe and ordinary or laminated wood, you can produce a whole range of jewelry from the 12 step-by-step projects. Projects include: Earrings.

Woodturning Jewellery, Author, Hilary Bowen - Woodturning Books sold at Highland Woodworking. Author, Hilary Bowen. Woodturners of all abilities will find plenty to challenge them in this guide to creating delightful and beautiful adornments

Woodturning Jewellery, Author, Hilary Bowen - Woodturning Books sold at Highland Woodworking. Using just a lathe and ordinary or laminated wood, you can produce a whole range of jewelry from the 12 step-by-step projects that include: Earrings.

Hilary Bowen was born in Dorchester, England and moved to Southampton in 1973 where she studied psychology before embarking on a career in teaching. She first started woodturning in 1991 and shortly after joined the Hampshire Woodturners Association. Hilary has a long-standing interest in jewellery-making involving a variety of media and techniques which include complex beadwork, pewter-casting and silver-smithing. It is not surprising that her interest in jewellery-making and wood-turning would lead her to combine the two, to create earrings, bangles, brooches and other similar items.

Talk about Woodturning Jewellery


Unirtay
If you are looking to start a craft with wood, this is your starting point. If you can master the skills in this book the whole world of wood turning is open to you. This will show you how to make best use of those wood scraps to valuable to throw away. Lots of inspiration between the covers.
Mitars Riders
I've done a lot of turning over the years. I loved this book. A lot of excellent information on an area of turning that I hadn't done before. Bowen covers design aspects too. I've made a few earrings and necklaces since getting the book. The instructions were clear and I can see that I'll get a lot of use out of it.
Wenyost
A good book with cleared pics and explanation
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
I found the book useful for someone new to turning wooden jewelry. While I thought the book was repetitious I did pick up basic concepts. I would have liked it if she had spent some time on tool use.
ARE
I have been able to use some of the patterns for my use.
The instructions are simple and easy to follow.
Yanki
everything ok
Anaginn
This book is the only book a person working in the jewelry/metal arts would need to get a very good education in wood and alternative materials. If you have a small wood lathe that will allow you to change chucks or face plates some wood bits and a couple of ideas. Than you will be set for a fun time in the shop. You can get your Christmas presents out of the way. The projects shown give enough design info that you can just continue to expand.
The third section is well worth the cost of the book twice over. Even if you only read and use one of the chapters it will be well worth the time spent.
The pictures are clear,and of good size, the work table surface in the pictures is keep to a minimum. The drawings that will be enhanced with color were given color. the line drawings are also good. This is a keeper and it will be number one on the reference shelf. I own It
Wooden jewelry is hot these days, or so my wife tells me, so I looked through this book to pick up some tips. (By the way, "jewellery" is the British spelling). I'm always looking for new ways to use up the small scraps and offcuts of exotic woods that I can't bear to throw away.

The first part of the book contains the requisite safety rules and a general discussion of tools, equipment and design fundamentals you'll need to create jewelry on your lathe. The part that really caught my attention, though, was the section on further techniques and refinements. In this section, the author discusses stains and dyes, inlaying wire (very cool, I'm going to try that next), laminating and alternative materials, as well as finishing techniques. She also identified the various jewelry findings and what they're used for. ("Findings" are those little clasps, wires and other necessary hardware.)

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by the book because it addresses all the basics, yet it has enough different ideas in it that the advanced turner won't feel left out. I would recommend this book to anyone who would like to experiment with turning small items such as jewelry. You'll never make much money at it, but hey, it's a hobby, right?