Jewelry Artist Magazine
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This is the best magazine for jewelery artists. Other magazines print the same articles over and over again and do not teach its readers about new techniques.
This is my favorite jewelry magazine, I have been getting this for 6 years and it does not ever get old. Most up to date techniques and shows different ways to make the best designs.
Jewelry Artist magazine is one AWESOME Magazine with lots of great ideas for those who love and create Artisan Jewelry. Try It, You'll LOVE it!
I too, am a long time subscriber of Jewelry Artist, who left when the magazine became too much about the stones, but these days the magazine. is better than ever! Not only did I finally learn to work a decent chainmail, I look forward to something new with every issue including saving lots of money by making my own earring hooks!
Jewelry Artist has been a favorite of mine for 30+ years. I did, however, stop subscribing when it became more art and less about lapidary. I am a jeweler and rock hound who makes wearable pieces. It was hard for me to see the need for jewelry that was not wearable. I am thrilled that they are going back to the basics.
Jewelry Artist magazine shows detailed projects. Each project contains a list of skills that you should have before trying it. It also contains tool lists. Ads are present, but are all related to the content and relevant.