How to make wrapped leather bracelets « Rings and Things Triple-wrap leather bracelet with blue tigereye beads Let me begin by stating the obvious – this style of wrapped leather bracelet is EVERYWHERE this season. Everywhere! Even my athletic clothing catalogs – which only have maybe three pieces of jewelry – are featuring this style. Why? Five different leather wrapped gemstone bracelets designs: green opal, mookaite, African turquoise, hematite and rhodonite The supply list is pretty short: 4-6mm round beads We used gemstone beads, but glass, crystal beads or pearls would also be lovely. Wrapped bracelet made with green opal gemstone beads and natural Greek leather. The technique: Choose your bracelet length and cut your leather. If your button has a small loop, you might need to miter (angle) the leather end and pull it through with pliers. Other design options: Have fun creating your own wrapped bracelets! Need supplies? Other how-to’s: Q: “How do you start a new thread in the middle of the bracelet?”
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DIY Wire Wrapped Cuff Bracelet | artzycreations.com This was my entry for the One Crafty Contest on One Artsy Mama. I don’t know if you voted Monday or even early this morning. If you did, thank you for your support. I’ll have to see if I make it to the next round. I couldn’t have been more excited when I found out the first challenge was beads. Do you want to make one? About 15″ Soft Gauge Aluminum Wire (This is a little more than what you need. Start by taking the aluminum wire and making a frame for the cuff bracelet. Take the thin 24″ gauge wire and wire wrap the entire frame of the bracelet. Next, take and thread a chip bead onto the wire. Wrap the wire a couple of times around the frame and put the turquoise in place on the bracelet. Wrap a couple of times again around the frame and repeat this process until the bracelet is complete. After all the stones have been placed on the bracelet, wrap a couple of wires through the entire bracelet. Now you have a very inexpensive bracelet that is a real show stopper!
Owl Stuffies Tutorial Ever since I made my son’s Halloween costume I’ve been having a lot of fun sketching and playing with the idea of making an owl stuffie. So when my mom commissioned me to make a stuffed animal as a present for a friend’s new baby I knew exactly what I wanted to make. This Pattern is to make a small owl stuffie (like the aqua one above) This pattern is not for commercial use or monetary gain Supplies 3 coordinating fabrics (one of them should be a solid color).a small amount of orange felt for the beakPolyfillScissorsFabric paint or felt for the eyesSewing machineNeedle and threadPattern below Open this image in a new tab and print at full size. The fabric that I choose for my main color came from an old pair of pants and was a heavier weight than the cotton quilting fabrics that I picked for my belly and tail colors. The next step is to join the belly wings and face pieces to make the front of the owl. Afterwards you can trim the excess wing to even up the seam.
Wire Beaded Bangle - Beadwork Beaded Bangle These simple bangle bracelets are one of my favorite projects. Fast to make, and elegant. They work well using beads that are seconds, likefire polish crystals that had flaw that made them not work for the project you meant to use them for, or the left over beads from a project. Items Needed a variety of beads 4-8 mm beads work best 18-20 gauge wire wire cutters needle nose pliers about 15 minutes of time Start with about 36 inches of 18-20 gauge wire, whatever kind and color suits you, however make sure it's not too thick to go through your beads, but thick enough to hold the shape. 22 gauge silver doesn't work well for adult size bracelets because it doesn't hold the shape will enough. String on about 9 and 1/2 inches worth of beads, more or less depending on your hand size. (number of beads shown is purely for illustrative purposes) Now shape the beaded wire loop into a circle, and then take the free ends one at a time, and twist them around the beaded loop.
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Learn to make jewelry making and beading As promised, I will share with you the tutorial of making this wired bangle. I will split the tutorial into 3 parts. You may want to subscribe the blog post thru email so that you don’t miss any post.This is an interesting wired jewelry project. It shows you pictorial step by step to twist the wires and come up with the wonderful wired bracelet. I offer the tutorial in PDF that provide clearer intruction on the respective picture. To make this bangle, you only need simple materials as follow:Materials3 pieces of 48cm / 19 inch thick copper wires sized 1mm/ 18 ga.Thin copper wires sized 0.4mm/ 26 ga.5 round beads measuring 1.5cm in diameter. Tools NeededRound nose pliersFlat nose pliersWire Cutter Step 1:Cut out 3 pieces of wires approximately 48cm/ 19 inch long. Step 2Bend each wire to oval shape at the middle of the wire. The bracelet is about 2.2cm wide. Step 3 For the middle and inner wires, the spacing between the top and bottom wires is approximately 1.8cm and 1.5cm respectively.
redoit I like bangles! Bangles are definitely my favourite things to make at the moment - there is so satisfying turning a piece of silver wire into a tactile, shiny, wearable-with-anything piece of jewellery! I've been making quite a few recently, some as commissions, some because the wire in question was begging to be made into the perfect bangle, so I thought I'd show you some of the processes! The starting point is obviously calculating a piece of wire. I use a set of bangle sizers to help me work out the inside circumference of the bangle I want to make, but another way is to use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of a bangle you know fits you and then calculate the circumference (circumference = diameter x pi, pi being that number that never ends, 3.142 for these purposes). 10 The next job is to file the ends of the wire square to prepare for soldering - the join will only be neat if the ends of the wire meet up properly. Next - apply the solder and flux. 10 It's time for the flame next!
Pyssel, gratis mönster, virka, sy, tips och idéer! The Beading Gem's Journal: A Really Pretty (and Easy) Twist Wire Bracelet Tutorial Jenny over at the Little Red Robin blog just let me know via Facebook about her newest tutorial. It's a wonderful how-to for a really pretty wire work bracelet. It looks complicated but it's so easy beginners can have a go. The bracelet looks like it might have been a wire crochet affair at first glance. Jenny used a simple wire twisting and braiding method . Jenny also pointed out that it's a great way to use up odd beads. Before You Go : ______________________________ Original Post by THE BEADING GEMJewelry Making Tips - Jewelry Business Tips
necessär It’s back-to-school time, and it’s hard not to have school supplies on the brain even if school days are nowhere in sight for some of us! Inspired by the good old-fashioned pencil case, I thought it would be fun to sew a lined, zippered pouch that you can use for pencils, makeup, electronics or anything else you need to organize and tuck away. The great thing about this bag is that once you understand the basic construction, you can easily make it any size you like. Try a short, long version with a wide base for knitting needles, or a flat bag for electronic cords. You can use oilcloth for the lining to create a waterproof makeup bag, or try stitching a label to the outside to indicate what’s hiding inside. CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump! Materials approximately 1/2 yard of medium or heavy-weight fabric for the bag exteriorapproximately 1/2 yard of medium-weight fabric for the liningstandard zipper, at least as wide as your bag will bescissorsneedlessewing machineiron 1.