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  • Author:
    Sandra Wallace
  • ISBN:
    0896894800
  • ISBN13:
    978-0896894808
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  • Publisher:
    Krause Publications; First Edition edition (February 9, 2007)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    Crafts & Hobbies
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    4.3
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In the second section of the book, Wallace provides over 150 examples of various projects from other bead artists that are grouped according to various color schemes (with titles like Volcano, Floral Fantasy, Faded Roses, et.

In the second section of the book, Wallace provides over 150 examples of various projects from other bead artists that are grouped according to various color schemes (with titles like Volcano, Floral Fantasy, Faded Roses, et. It is in this second section of the book where Wallace provides the details about the percentage of beads used in each project. This section alone is worth the cost of the book!

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Wallace explains basic color-mixing principles and provides more than 200 color schemes. My coworker who is also a beader bought the book and show it to me knowing i was having trouble mixing colors. I enjoy the book very much as i have found helpful too and love the designs in the book also. Наиболее популярные в Научная литература. Показать все. Текущий слайд {CURRENT SLIDE} из {TOTAL SLIDES}- Наиболее популярные в Научная литература.

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This book teaches you how to transform beadwork from mundane to magnificent. A beginner's must-have resource, The Beader's Color Mixing Directory explains basic color-mixing principles and provides step-by-step instructions for putting color mixing theories to the test in order to create beautiful beaded jewelry. In addition, you gain more than 200 color schemes, with each demonstrated on an item of jewelry to show the effect of color mixing and the endless possibilities.


Binthars
This was one of those books that did not have a "peak inside" option. Unfortunately, it was not what I was hoping for. Almost all of the examples and projects were for seed beads and bead-weaving (even though the picture on the front was not for seed beads). So this book was pretty much a waste of money for me and I will donate it to our local library.
Ese
I've been beading for a few years, but always feel like I struggle with color choices. Recently I purchased Margie Deeb's book, but felt like I still wanted more information, so I also just bought Sandra Wallace's book. While they do cover some of the same information, they are a wonderful complement to each other, and I'm so glad that I now have both of them.

As other reviewers have mentioned, this book is divided into three sections. The first section talks about color theory and how to use a color wheel to create interesting color combinations. While Deeb's book uses the CYM color wheel, Wallace's book uses the standard color wheel.

In the second section of the book, Wallace provides over 150 examples of various projects from other bead artists that are grouped according to various color schemes (with titles like Volcano, Floral Fantasy, Faded Roses, etc.). It is in this second section of the book where Wallace provides the details about the percentage of beads used in each project. This section alone is worth the cost of the book! The samples are just wonderful, and Wallace explains how each one uses the color theory (analogous, complementary, etc.) she had discussed in Part 1. This section has such wonderful eye candy, and I know I will be going back to it many times in the future for inspiration.

The third section of the book has 10 sample projects, complete with instructions. Each of those 10 projects also has diagrams for how to make that project using other color combinations so you can really see how changing the color scheme affects the overall look of your piece.

All in all, this is a wonderful book, and I'm definitely glad I purchased it!
Funky
Unfortunately, the title is a misnomer IMHO, yet the jewelry designs and color combinations are striking. However, if you are a beader/jeweler focused on seed beads (or others types), I would recommend using Margie Deeb's book "The Beader's Guide to Color." This book really provides useful color combinations that one can adapt to their jewelry designs, seed beads or other gemstones (crystals, natural stones, etc.).

Wallace's book has some of the most beautiful uses of beads in appropriate colors that please the eye in more ways than color alone. One caveat though - you have to be an intermediate to advance beader/jeweler as there are little to no directions with the beaded designs demonstrating a color combination, except for a small section in the back of the book. A follow-up book by Wallace on step-by-step discussion on the earlier designs would be welcome addition.
Ann
I bought this even thought I have Margie Deeb's "A Beader's Guide to Color" and I'm very glad I did. While Deeb's book concentrates a lot on theory Wallace's is packed with actual beadwork pieces of every style to demonstrate her color combinations. Every photo is broken down into the percent of each color used, making it easy to translate her color balances into your own designs.

If you're looking for a basic how-to book, this one's not for you. No beading instructions are given, only a brief mention of the stitch(es)use in the piece being discussed. However, those with some experience under their belt will find themseles returning again and again for a fresh look at using different color combinations. This book is a great source of inspiration.
Beardana
When I received the book, the cover is different than pictured. If I had seen only the new cover and nothing else, I might have hesitated about buying the book. I already have the 'Beader's Guide to Color' by Margie Deeb which focuses more on seed beads (including citing the Delica bead number). I was pleasantly surprised by this book. It is organized differently. It has a good basic introduction (Chapter 1) to color theory, explaining the different color wheels, tonal values, tints, intensity, shades, finishes, etc. I expected this and Sandra Wallace did a good job of it, with lots of color photos of beads (not just flat color swatch) to illustrate. There are over 150 absolutely GORGEOUS beaded items in various color schemes/groupings in Chapter 2. Most of these items are done with seed beads. There are a handful of stringed designs with larger glass beads. I really like how it gives the proportion of colors using 20 color bars with each representing 5%. I can't wait to try some of these out. I was surprised to find that it has 10 projects at the end of the book with 6 different color schemes for each. Awesome. These are not for beginners expect for maybe 4 projects. You are expected to know how to do herringbone stitch, brick stitch, right angle weave, etc. There is NO general how to sections on the various beading technique but the instructions for the projects are well written and have good diagrams for those experienced with the stitch technique. I consider this book to be a MUST HAVE in all beaders' library. Although the book leaned heavier towards seedbead weavers, the color schemes in the book can definitely be used for larger glass beads as well as beads from organic material.