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Quel fil choisir pour faire ses bijoux?

Quel fil choisir pour faire ses bijoux?
8 types de fils que j’utilise régulièrement pour fabriquer des bijoux fantaisie! Il existe une multitude de fils pour enfiler ou travailler les perles. Mais lequel choisir? Fil câblé ou fil de pêche?Fil de soie ou fil polyester? Il est donc important de choisir son fil à bijoux avec soin. Voici donc Les 8 types de fils que j’utilise pour faire des bijoux Le fil câblé J’aime ce fil car il est très résistant, existe dans de nombreux coloris, permet un enfilage de perles très rapide. Mais, je le trouve un peu rigide et donc je ne l’utilise pas pour des colliers longs. Sa taille est définie en diamètre (0.010 jusque 0.024 un des plus épais). Noter que ce fil se trouve en gris neutre, couleurs diverses, argent, or, plaqué argent et plaqué or. Le fil de pêche J’ aime car ce fil est résistant. On termine un bijoux avec le fil de pêche par un noeud carré ou par une perle cache- noeud. Vous pourrez voir certains colliers finis avec des perles à écraser. Le fil polyester, soie ou coton Le fil serpentine

à vos pinces Pour vos montages Pensez wire (fil metallique)le site en est la véritable encyclopédie le matériel le wirejig chez polymer clay pit ou le faire soi-même pour faire des ressorts chez primactif les fils, cuivre, argent, au choix, tableaux de correspondance équivalence des gauges Montage des perles faire une boucle simples boucles boucles torsadées avec des torsades faire des fermoirs simples avec volutes avec ressorts avec spirales Faire des embouts pour lacets finitions faire une chaine quelques techniques panduro la cabane à perles allez plus loin avec Sabine et ses bijoux crochetés Maintenant vous n'avez vraiment plus aucune excuse pour laisser dormir vos perles et autres merveilles au fond d'un tiroir!! à vos outils...

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. Step 14: Straighten this wire segment by pulling through the jaws of your step jaw pliers Step 15: Now position two metal pegs in your jig and place the initial loop over the lower, right most peg as shown at right. Step 16: Now wrap the wire around peg 8 as shown at right Step 17: Wrap the wire around peg 9 as shown below left. Step 18: Remove the wire from the jig and cut the excess wire. Step 21: Repeat steps 19 and 20 to connect all five duplex wire components. Step 22: Now we need to connect the 2:1 end link to the duplex wire components on either end. Alternative Designs-- Deluxe Triplex Bracelet

wigjig - Le blog de Valérie 10 août 2014 7 10 /08 /août /2014 19:53 J'ai aussi réalisé un autre pendentif avec ma plaque wig jig, pour vous donner un aperçu voici la plaque avec les chevilles du motif et le pendentif Published by Valérie 26 - dans pendentif fil d'alu Bijoux WigJig 2 août 2014 6 02 /08 /août /2014 15:28 Une création 100% perso (sauf les perles) : Pour commencer la parure voici le bracelet en fil d'aluminium de 1mm et perles fimo de 8-10 mm. À venir, le collier et les boucles d'oreille ... Bon week end !!!!! Published by Valérie 26 - dans Bracelet Bijoux WigJig fil d'alu 31 juillet 2014 4 31 /07 /juillet /2014 21:11 Ce soir, premier gros travail avec la planche Wig Jig et je dois dire que je suis assez fière de moi, je trouve ce pendentif plutôt pas mal (auto-satisfaction quand tu nous tiens !!!) Published by Valérie 26 - dans Bijoux pendentif WigJig 31 juillet 2014 4 31 /07 /juillet /2014 21:07 avec du fil d'alminium de 1 mm

Easy Adjustable Spiral Ring Tutorial | Art-Z Jewelry 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 Flat nose pliers Wire cutter for thick wire Ruler Rubber, plastic, rawhide mallet (optional). Steps - 1. 2. to cover more of the back of the ring. in neatly on the inside of the ring. 3. Slightly bend the two top wires up in a soft curve and the two bottom wires down in the same way. 4. different lengths. reversed if you want the wires facing a different direction. 6. 7. Spirals so they curve gently, but firmly. all around the ring at this point. That’s it, your ring is finished! You could make this ring in just about any metal as long as you can manipulate it easily. Like this: Like Loading... I'm Zoraida and I design and create handmade, one of a kind jewelry.

Lisa Yang's Jewelry Blog: How to Wrap Beads to the Outside of a Wire Frame, Free Tutorial Wrap it up Today, I'll show you one of the ways that I add beads to the outside of a wire frame like I did with this mixed metal wire heart pendant. One of the most important things to know about this technique is how versatile it is. It works with any size and type of bead that you can fit your wrap wire through once and snug to the frame without it breaking. Materials: 18g Wire frame Beads Thinner wire to attach the beads Crochet hood or similar tool If you would like a heart frame like mine, use this free heart wire frame tutorial to make one. I used Miyuki 8/0 beads on the edge and 26g copper wire to wrap the beads. Start by securing your wire to the frame by wrapping it two or three times. You can start the wraps loosely, but then smoosh them tightly together before you start adding beads. Bring the wrap wire to the top of your frame, add a bead and push it against the frame however you would like it to lay. Keep adding beads and wrapping. Getting to the middle can be a little tricky.

Easy Step to Make Creative Golden Flower Earrings Most girls like flowers, but how about this dedicate flower earrings? Do you like them? I hope the answer is “yes”. Instructions on making golden flower earrings: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Golden flower earrings are done! Earcuff TUTORIAL!!! (on BIG demand) - JEWELRY AND TRINKETS I started making ear cuffs half a week ago, and already LOTS of people were asking me to make a tutorial.I made two.One on the basic cuff, just to get the hang of it, and one more expanded, where you can use your own imagination. What you need: The 18g wire can also be 20g 1. Basic Ear Cuff Cut from the 18g wire a piece of 2,5" Bend the right end 3/4" 180° upwards. Do the same with the left end, downwards. Make a loop to the right with the round nose pliers out of the upper end. Do the same with the lower end, to the left, in opposite direction. Bend the side parts backwards around round nose pliers or a pencil. Ready! 2. Cut from the 18g wire a longer piece f.e. 5" Bend the right end 180° upwards. Bend the left part 180° downwards, but see that the middle part is app. 1" Finish the upper end by making curls and loops with the round nose pliers. Bend the lower part 90° downwards in the middle. From this point I turned the piece around. Bend the wire further to hold the bead in it's place. Done!

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. These are not flat at all and presented a design challenge! Making Connections First cut about 4 1/2 " of 20 G wire. Now wrap one end completely around one cylinder - I've rotated the pliers anticlockwise to show the wire ends going in opposite directions. Take the wire end on the right and wrap it around the other cylinder and down the other side. Now this is the part which I suspect frustrates people. First reinsert one of the cylinders. Do the same for the other loop.

Bizsugyár How to Make a Spiral Wire Ring | Art-Z Jewelry 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. The wire should be 16 gauge, soft and round. *This sample was in size 8 so if you want a smaller ring, you can decrease the length by either cutting it 1/2″ shorter or creating a bigger center spiral. For bigger sizes do the opposite and cut a longer piece of wire to begin the project. Tools for this project Supplies One piece of 16ga, soft, round wire 10″ long for a size 8 ring – *see note above regarding sizes. Ring mandrel Rubber or rawhide mallet Round nose pliers Flat nose pliers Needle file or steel wool #0000 Steps Using your round nose pliers, made a small right angle bend 2 1/2″ from the end of the 16ga wire. Step 1 Step 2 Continue forming a flat spiral with your fingers until the spiral is big enough to grip with your flat nose pliers. Step 3 Step 4 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9