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Learn To Make Leather Links For Jewelry

in accessories is hot, hot, hot! I think I’ve said this before, but
it’s worth repeating. If you want to make chic jewelry that’s in demand
now, consider incorporating some leather into your designs. Leather is a
wonderful material to work with and pair with your art beads. It adds lots of texture and interest to
your jewelry. My stylish friend and book contributor, Tracy Statler
is currently offering a video tutorial on how to make these fun leather
infinity links. These components are a versatile way to add leather to
your jewelry. Incorporate them into bracelets, necklaces and even
this video tutorial, Tracy takes you step-by-step through the process
of creating her innovative beaded leather infinity links. She also
provides you with a handy supply list and helpful tips and tricks to
make creating these cool components much easier.  Tracy is available for
questions and support, if you need help. She does allow designers to
sell jewelry that is created from her tutorial, which in my book is a
huge plus and very generous! There’s even an option to pin and share
your designs on a Pinterest gallery board that Tracy has created
specially for those that purchase her tutorial. That’s a great way to
connect, share and promote your jewelry!
You can purchase Tracy’s video tutorial through her blog, Make Bracelets! I highly recommend that you check it out.
Oh, and as
if you needed any more eye candy or convincing, below are more examples
of Tracy’s work showing the versatility of her leather technique. If
there are any jewelry designers to keep your eye on, it’s this girl.
She’s a phenomenal, high-quality designer that enjoys sharing professional tips and tricks, knowledge and
supply resources, teaching and writing jewelry-making tutorials and how-tos. What more could you possibly ask for? Do your-jewelry-making-self
good and join her on her blog here.
I hope you enjoy her inspiration. I know I do!
Bracelet by Tracy Statler
Erin Siegel is a jewelry designer, beading instructor and co-author of
the jewelry book, Bohemian-Inspired Jewelry: 50 Designs Using Leather,
Ribbon and Cords. To find out more, visit her blog: Erin Siegel Jewelry.