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Online PR News – 11-October-2011 – – SEATTLE, WA, OCTBOER 10, 2011: Jewelry making has become a popular pastime for all types of crafters. From inexperienced children learning to string macaroni necklaces to the delicate creations made by artisans and sold at craft fairs around the world, the jewelry making hobby is spanning across continents and generations. Whether you are interested in making jewelry for your friends, loved ones or to be sold, having good jewelry making instruction can make all the difference in your finished product.

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