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Wow, what a list. Yes, I made it through. You've got quite a few resources her that I didn't know about. Bad though, books are like chocolate for me. So very hard to resist.

I have most of these books. I have a stack that I pulled out from my shelf and I am hoping to make something inspired by each of them in this year. Oops. Tomorrow is the last day of the month and I haven't even cracked one open. I am very intrigued by Jewelry Lab by Melissa Manley and want to do all of the 52 projects in order, but I know that won't happen. I love anything Kerry Bogert does, and Rustic Wrappings is in my stack. I also have the Wirework Master Class and want to delve into. I can't believe that you showed me some books that I don't have, like the Wire Art Jewelry and the ones on resin. And Simply Gemstones. Simply Pearls is in my stack as well. Thanks. For reminding me that I am horribly behind my own self-imposed deadline, and for giving me more books to order. I bet my Amazon Prime account will thank you though. ;-)
Enjoy the day, Miss Patty!

So, correct me if I am wrong, I got, Beading, Chocolate, Porn and Viagra followed by this line "Master class - Great for different techniques!"

Girl Friend you just crack me up :)

Have a lovely day, cheers, T. :)

A soon as I can part with my collection of Carol Shields & Anne Tyler books, I might find some space on my book shelf! You have quite the collection, Patty, and believe me, some of these I will definitely be adding to my ever growing Amazon wish list! I love Belle Armoire jewely, but don't nearly have the collection I wish I had (yours!); I have Sally Jean's book in hopes that one day I will pick up a soldering iron, love it & do own some of her quirky pendants; Semiprecious Salvage (love!); but so many that you have shared that i never knew existed. Thanks for sharing your faves, Patty! I'm off to add a new page to my Wish List!

As a seed beader, my most used beading reference book is Diane Fitzgerald's The Beaded Garden. Lately, though, I've also been referring to Rachel Nelson Smith's Bead Riffs...

This be one VERY fun post! Thank you!

I have almost all of these books. I buy books like I buy beads - if I don't have it, I must buy it!!
Here's a couple you might want to add to your reading (drooling) list:
Torch Fired Enamel Jewelry by Barbara Lewis
Bohemian Inspired Jewelry by Lorelei Eurto & Erin Siegel
Jewelry Design by Nature by Heather Powers

I'm off to buy Pretty Little Things - because I don't have it, and I must buy it!

Wow! What a an awesome thorough list! Thanks for your generous list o' faves and the laughs along the way ;)

oh man! what a list, and some serious eye candy! I could be buried in these books for weeks!!

Still here! :-)
Loved this post...looks like you grabbed books right off my shelf! I love these and more - such as the ones that Cynthia mentioned!

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