All the WireArtTutorials designs are made with SOFT (dead soft), round copper wire. NO SOLDERING NEEDED!!!
After your purchase, the PDF file will download automatically, which includes 30 pages in total and 107 very detailed, high resolution pictures. If your file does not download, contact me and I will send it to your email address.
TOOLS needed: flat nose pliers, round nose pliers & jewelry cutter.
This tutorial is good to make a wire wrapped pendant as well.
-base wire: 20ga (0.8mm) and 22ga (0.6mm) wires
-weaving wire: 28ga (0.3mm) and 30ga (0.25mm) wires. You can use 28ga wire instead of the 30ga wire.
-ear wires: 20ga (0.8mm) wire
-2 pieces of round cabochons or facets between the size 13-17 mm
You can use smaller or larger stones as well,adapting the design to the stones, and using longer wires.
The high resolution pictures are showing every single step, with the corresponding well written instructions. Everyone can easily follow this tutorial without previous experience, as the guide is very detailed. If you will have a question, or if you need help, you can contact me anytime. I am very happy to assist you until the tutorial is completed and your beautiful jewelry is ready.
The design includes different techniques which you can use later in other jewelry designs as well. You will learn several wire wrapping, weaving techniques and stone setting. This is a great combination to learn a lot of beginner and intermediate techniques.
NOTE: Feel free to sell your jewelry made with this tutorial, however the project is under Copyright law, which means that you can not reproduce and sell the tutorial, neither parts of it.
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
FAIR USAGE POLICY:
1) Copying, selling or sharing my pattern is not permitted.
2) Teaching my pattern is not permitted unless you have my permission. Please convo me to request my permission.
3) I allow selling the finished product as a limited edition with credit given to WireArtTutorials for the design.