December Jewel School Hours: (EST)
Here at Jewelry Television, we are making some programming changes for the month of December, and we are Very Excited to bring you 3 full hours of Monday Jewel School for the next TWO weeks!!
Please note- there will be NO Sunday Jewel School Shows in December
For the next 2 weeks, the NEW Extended Monday Jewel School Hours are 10am – 1pm (EST)
The Dec 23rd, Jewel School Christmas Week show will be from 10am-noon
Dec 9, Monday- mixed media specialist Anne Dilker returns for the holidays with LOTS of Debut Products!! (Like her New “Artifacts” collection.) Not only does she “wow” us with kumihimo and macramé, but Anne also does amazing things with anodized aluminum wire. Jewel School is now carrying several finished pieces from Anne’s Fine Art Jewelry Collection such as the Ogham pendant shown below. (The front view is “Peace”, and the rear view shows how she personally signs her work--the back of the “Love” pendant.)
If you enjoy Anne’s whimsical wire designs, we have those too! In either blues or copper tones as shown here.
Known for playing with tools, Anne is bringing a wonderful Plier and Rivets Kit that has so many pieces, you’ll be making jewelry into the New Year!
Stephanie Eddy will be here on Monday too, debuting her Brand New Book, Lazee Daizee, Outer Limits!! As you can see by the cover, she has really pushed and gone beyond the “known boundaries” of the Viking Knit with this one.
Here is a peek at the index page – where Stephanie shares some really exciting New Designs!!
For those of you who need to make a last minute holiday gift, Stephanie’s Mini Fuchsia Trellis bracelet kit comes with everything you need to make a gorgeous piece, (except a pair of scissors!).
Of course, by popular demand, she is also bringing more of her Large End Cap Selection
And for those of you who are ready for a creative contest with Great Prizes… there is still time to enter the First Lazee Daizee Challenge, using the kit shown below.
Sometimes a small piece of chocolate does it for some folks, while others need an entire candy bar... or two to stop a sweet tooth craving. (Where did "sweet tooth" come from, I wonder?)
Those of us who make jewelry sometimes like a new "treat", be it a kit or tool to "play" with. (Often I will purchase a new tool because I like the way it looks, and then figure out how I am going to use it!) But how many times do we purchase a new tool and when we get it, we are lost as to why we got it to begin with??
Such it can be with Anie's Jool Tool. It's great to watch her live or on JTV, demonstrating how easy it is to use and what marvelous things one can do with it---but we forget, because there are so many tasks it can perform!
If you own a Jool Tool, you are invited to have ALL of your Jool Tool questions about "what, how and when and why" to use this wonderful machine, answered when you register and attend the JSI's First "Jool Tool Weekend Event", with Anie Piliguian and her Team of Guest Instructors!
When - January 18 & 19, 2014
What - bring your own Jool Tool and learn how to use it to cut cabs, polish stones and jewelry, how you can make money with this little machine, and MORE!
Sound intriguing? Want to know more? Simply go to www.jtv.com/JSI
Read the details, then register easily and securely on-line. (This is a great "treat"!! And no calories what-so-ever, either!)
Until next week, stay twisted!!