It’s all about the jewelry! In these pages, you’ll find charts and free jewelry-making patterns. You’ll discover and explore all the fabulous tools, materials, and techniques available. Learn the joys of creating without having to reinvent the wheel. Want to learn to solder, set gemstones, forge metal, saw, or use a rolling mill, etc.? It’s all here in Metalsmithg from A-Z with moi, Nancy LT Hamilton. Thanks for stopping by!
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Project and Technique Videos
Riveted Portrait Pendant Project Video
I also have a project video on Gumroad it’s called The Riveted Portrait Pendant.
You’ll learn how to create a polymer clay image transfer, how to saw and pierce metal, the creation and uses for rivets, work with acrylic, pattern metal, and more. As a bonus, I’ll show you how to make this killer chain (see image below).
This is an older video (I’m ten years younger in it, though! Worth watching for that alone – at least for me! Ha). But all the techniques are still relevant, and it’s a great project.
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On this Site
Please check out the HUNDREDS of pages on this site and my jewelry-making videos on YouTube! Head to Resources for tools, soldering, stone-setting, and more information. Check out my Q&A section to find answers to commonly asked questions. There are several free beginner projects! Need a pattern for a saddle ring? You’ll find it in patterns.
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