Learn to create unique jewelry using Micro Macrame & Polymer Clay
Join international polymer clay artist, Iris Mishly and learn how to design and combine micro macrame and polymer to create exciting and unique one of a kind jewelry pieces. Macrame has come along way since the 60’s. Now the possibilities are endless with an array of beautifully colored fibers and inks to create spectacular projects.
First Iris will show how she creates textured polymer sheets decorated with alcohol inks to create a spectacular focal bead. And not just round. Think teardrop too or let your imagination go!
Then watch step-by-step how to create a bezel to set off your polymer bead embedding it in an impressive micro macrame bracelet.
WARNING The colors and texture possibilities will be addicting. Plus like knitting or coloring, knot tying can become meditative!
BONUS Iris will show how to convert a bracelet project into a pendant project plus additional BONUS video that will show you how to do numerous other exciting micro macrame knots and resin finishes.
Don’t miss this special presentation.
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Included with the video download is a PDF with photos, notes, additional video instruction links and all the online resources you need to get started.
Please note: the PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.
No experience necessary.
- Texturing clay
- Coloring with alcohol inks
- Focal bead fabrication
- Bezel fitting
- Larks head knot / mounting knots
- Double half hitch knot
- Vertical double half hitch knot
- Polymer clay
- Alcohol inks
- Pumice stone
- Circle cutter
- Clear resin
- Alcohol 95% in a spray bottle
- 400 grit sanding paper
- Macrame board
- 0.8 micro macrame wax cords
- Brass beads (2-3 mm)
Included with the video download, a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resources you need to get started.