Making Jewellery- issue 128!




This month our focus is on all things upcycled. From paper beads to wearable cutlery there are plenty of fantastic techniques and projects to help you reuse unwanted materials and create some beautiful jewellery pieces. Projects include X Marks the Spot recycled map necklace by Tansy Wilson; the adorable macramé Micro Owl by Sian Hamilton, made using recycled threads; a more advanced Mandala Stamping project using metal stamps by Lisa Niven Kelly; and many more! In this issue, we talk to some masters of upcycling about their work in our Meet the Masters feature, including Kathleen Nowak Tucci, a designer who uses recycled rubber and metal in her pieces and Jeremy May, a jeweller whose work is all made using old books. Plus, learn how to ethically source your materials with Anna Mcloughlin and check out some fantastic upcycling artists in our inspiration gallery. With all that plus our regular features, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained in this upcycling issue of Making Jewellery, out now!

Fancy a sneak peek of the issue? Then check out some of the featured designs below:

X marks the spot by Tansy Wilson


Micro Owl By Sian Hamilton


Upcycling old cutlery by Jayne Rimington

Wearable Cutlery By Tansy Wilson

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  • Date 8th May 2019
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