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  Number Description Price  
#16665 Chains by Becky
by Helen and Becky Goga, graphic artist: Alan Gooding
This book covers 20 chains (plus variations) with clear, close B&W photos of all the steps and detailed instructions. It's spiral bound, 70 pages long, and includes several pages of basics on tools and cutting rings. It's a great book for beginning chainmaillers and will have some nice tidbits even for advanced chainmaillers.

#5437 Classical Loop-In-Loop Chains & Their Derivatives
Jean Stark & Josephine Smith. Instructions, hints & illustrations for dozens of variations. Hardcover, 211pgs.

#10289 Wire Knitting on a Spool
Sharon Hessoun. 3 techniques for 12 projects with color photos. 40pgs.

#11307 Knitting with Wire
Nancie Wiseman. 30 jewelry, accessory, & decorative projects knit by hand, machine, & Viking technique. 90pgs.

#11878 Textile Techniques in Metal
Arline Fisch. Color photos, instructions & diagrams for weaving, knitting, crocheting & more. Hardcover,  175pgs.

#11731 Wire Crochet: Knit, Tassels &More
Instructions for jewelry designs using wire, beads & charms, crocheting, knitting, & using WyrKnittr. 19pgs.

#821 Great Wire Jewelry
Irene Peterson. Color photos, diagrams & instructions for 70 projects based on Viking designs, using few tools, no soldering. Paperback, 60pgs.

#16694 Chain Mail Jewelry
Terry Taylor & Dylon White. Terry Taylor lives and works in Asheville, NC as an Editor and Project Coordinator for Lark Books. He is a prolific designer and exhibiting artist, working in media from metals and jewelry to paper crafts and mosaics. He has appeared on TV shows like Home Matters and The Christopher Lowell Show.

#16693 Crocheted with Wire
Nancie M. Wiseman
"Nancie takes the craft to a new dimension with wire, beads, and cool design for jewelry, baskets, and more." —Better Homes & Gardens Simply Creative Crochet
"Combine crocheted wire and beads to make artfully squiggly jewelry." —
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 

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