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Easy Beaded Solitaire Ring - A wire wrap tutorial

Easy Beaded Solitaire Ring - A wire wrap tutorial

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How to Use the Bail Forming Pliers Tutorials There are many tools you can use to coil wire and make consistent sized loops. The bail forming pliers is yet another option which can help you make connectors, clasps, ear wires and jump rings. I bought the large sized bail forming pliers because I already had other tools like the 3 step loop forming pliers and wanted to avoid duplication. It makes two different sizes of rings - 9 mm and 7 mm. The inspiration for this tutorial are these beautiful cubic zirconia fans from Art Bead's cubic zirconia collection.

Making Spiral Zen Earrings with Red Aluminum Wire Happy New Year! On some day of 2014 January I made a pair of spiral zen earrings with red aluminum wire. This pair of earrings possesses strong Chinese style and very simple to make. I will share the detailed instructions below. 4215 I am often asked, "What is viking knit?" So, I've decided to share my technique in photos, a lovely viking knit bracelet from beginning to end. Lovely handmade chains have been found in Viking treasure troves in Scandinavia. Made from melted down coins turned into fine wire, these chains were made using a loop in loop technique.

My first tutorial! Wire wrapped pendant. - Lampwork Etc. This is my first tutorial ever and I know it needs alot of work but I hope you can have fun with it. This tutorial is for a wire wrapped pendant that I made. You have all help me in in some way or other and I want to give you all something in return. Simple Jewelry Making Ideas-One of a Kind Hoop Earring Making hoop earrings are entirely an attractive and surprisingly simple way to make jewelry. Even a junior crafter can have instant success creating stylish hoop earrings. In this case, I added bright strings into my pattern. Once you have them done, you have a pair of beautiful hoop earrings that you know are totally unique in the word.

New wirework tutorial: Hammered & Bound Two-Tone Dangles These diminutive pretties are part of the reason why! Wanna make some? This is a way-less-than-an-afternoon project, but the results...well, they speak for themselves! Plus, we're gonna play with hammers! For each one, you will need: Silver or silver-colored wire in these sizes: Easy Adjustable Spiral Ring Tutorial This adjustable spiral ring is quite easy to make with just a little wire, a bit of muscle and a few standard tools. Supplies - Two 6 inch pieces of round, soft, 16 gauge wire One 14 (or more) inch piece of 24 inch, round, soft wire Ring mandrel or other round object ¾” to 1 inch in diameter Round nose pliers

DIY // Swirl Ring — Bettina's Blog - Something handmade I am a ring addict, and because this Ring is one of my favorites I thought why not share how I make them. So this weeks DIY is my so-called “Swirl Ring”. Hope you enjoy! Let’s get started with the things you’ll need to make the ring… What you’ll need: Ok, do you have everything? Vibrant Wire Wrapped Stud Earrings [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of July 28, 2014. Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights.

Deluxe Duplex Bracelet 1 Step 13: Now we need to make the "end" wire component. This component allows us to connect our duplex bracelet to a single clasp instead of a two way clasp. If you have a two way clasp, you can eliminate this component and modify your bracelet. Begin making the end component by cutting a 1 1/2 inch segment of 18 gauge wire, preferably 1/2 hard. Make a loop in one end of this wire segment. Studiodax's Blog Like many women, I loooove hoops! I make quite a few, in different shapes and weights, and although some designs can get a bit complex, the basic “one piece of wire” hoop style is quite easy to make. It’s been a while since I posted a new tutorial (sorry!), so tonight it’s a “how-to” on making hoops!

How to Make a Spiral Wire Ring This is one of the easiest wire rings I’ve ever made. I can’t believe I didn’t come up with this sooner. It only requires one piece of wire and looks great in copper, silver, brass, bronze or whatever wire you like. 30 Degree Spiral Wire Earrings Step-by-Step Instructions for Making the 30 Degree Spiral Wire Component: There are two wire components that we need to make for the body of these earrings. The main, largest component is the 30 Degree Spiral component that is made using pegs 1 through 7. The second component is the top wire component that is made using pegs 8, 9, and 10. The steps involved in making these earrings are described below starting with making the 30 Degree Spiral wire component. Step 1: Using your flush cutter, cut two segments of 18 gauge soft jewelry wire each 7" long.