What do you think?
What I like most about this form of Social - is that it is a niche type of social. In other words you are talking with people who do what you do and learning from each others mistakes and successes.
New Metalsmith? Join a group like WWJSilversmithing to discuss the best torch for setting up a home studio.
New Beading Assembly Artist? Join Beadingaholics and learn new sources for beads at a great price.
New Bead Weaver? Join BeadChat for some amazing tutorials and someone to help you work out a problem when you get stuck in the middle of a RAW pattern.
New Wire Wrapper? Join groups like WireWrapped Jewelry WWJ for great tutorials and great tips.
New Lapidary Artist? Join groups like Lapidary List for tips on cutting problematic stones.
New Faceter? Join the USFG Group for all sorts of helpful information.
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