5 Ways to Find Jewelry Projects on AllFreeJewelryMaking.com
The best thing about AllFreeJewelryMaking.com is that we have a wealth of free jewelry patterns and tutorials. From beginner beading tutorials to advanced wire-wrapping designs, we literally have hundreds and hundreds of free DIY jewelry patterns, every single one of them completely different and unique. For a jewelry maker who is browsing, this is a dream come true; but, what about those jewelry makers who come looking for a very specific pattern on our site? It can be hard to wade through all of that information for that one perfect jewelry project. Lucky for you, our site is specifically designed to help you find the jewelry tutorial you want. We have several functions that make locating the free DIY jewelry project for you easy as pie. No matter what you are looking for, we probably have it. All you need to do is locate that pattern, and with these 5 ways to find patterns, you’ll be locating your next free homemade jewelry project in no time.
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Use Our Search Function
At the top of each page, there is a search bar. If you know exactly what you want or have some general idea, this function is perfect. All you need to do is type in what you are looking for and hit the search key. Plus, if you have a general idea, our site usually has suggestions!
Check Our Categories
If you are looking for a specific holiday or type of pattern, we probably have a category FULL of those projects. Our categories are listed down the left side of our site. All categories have sub-categories, so once you click on the category you will be given multiple options. Our Stitching category, for example, includes “Peyote Stitch”, “Right Angle Weave”, etc!
Check Our Tag Cloud
Did you find a pattern you sort of like but would prefer something bigger or just a bit different? You can leave a comment on the project and one of our readers or maybe even an editor will get back with you. We also have an awesome Facebook community that is always willing to help out!
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