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This issue, we have found some wonderful books on making metal and steampunk jewellery – these rough styles will create some edgy winter looks. On the other end of the spectrum, we offer some great tips on working with lace so you can make some beautiful, romantic pieces.


Try out this romantic look by experimenting with lace in your next jewellery project. You can easily use woven lace to create cuff bracelets, neck collars or even dazzling necklaces. Here are a few

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