Wire Jewelry Tutorials

 

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As of this time, wire jewelry making tutorials are available for purchase through paypal. Once payment is made, downloads are available IMMEDIATELY!  [NOTE: We are working through a glitch in the system – there may be a delay in receiving your tutorial – the delay should NOT be more than 24 hours. An email will be sent to you manually with the tutorials attached until the glitch is fixed. Thank you for understanding]

Download links will be active for 48 hours once payment is made (or cleared in the event of e-check through paypal). You should also receive a confirmation email containing the same download links. (again, links are active for 48 hours)

For FREE TUTORIALS, both wire jewelry tutorials and metalsmithing jewelry tutorials – > Free Jewelry Making Tutorials <link coming>

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Egyptian Coil Bracelet

This jewelry making tutorial is authored by Marie Cristine Knuff

 

Learn to make this classic wire coil. Tutorial shows you step by step how to create the bracelet shown.
Materials
-12+ feet of 18 gauge dead soft round wire
-4 4mm 18 gauge open jump rings
-Toggle clasp

Tools
-Flush cutters
-round nose pliers
-chain, bent or flat nose pliers
-file
-ruler or tape measure

$4.00 US

jewelry making tutorial by Marie Cristine Knuff

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Scalloped Chain

This jewelry making tutorial is authored by Marie Cristine Knuff

Scalloped Chain Tutorial by MCK

This scalloped chain is elegant and timeless.

Learn how to make a cold forged sterling silver chain using two sizes of wire and a few basic tools. This is a great project for the beginner and the more advanced.

Materials:
– 24 inches of 16 gauge round sterling wire
– 56 4 mm id 20 gauge open jump rings
– 2 inches 18 gauge sterling wire

Tools:
– Ruler
– Chasing hammer
– Bench block
– Round nose pliers
– Chain nose or comparable pliers
– Bent nose pliers
– Flush cutter
– Flat file
– Round ring or bezel mandrel or something else with about a 7mm diameter

$4.50

 

jewelry making tutorial by Marie Cristine Knuff

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TearDrop Earrings

This jewelry making tutorial is authored by Marie Cristine Knuff

Materials:
– 8″ of 18 gauge round sterling silver DS or HH wire
– 60″ of 28 gauge round fine silver wire
-3″ of 20 gauge HH round sterling silver wire
– optional- 3″-4″ fine sterling chain
– optional- 10 to 20 2mm to 4mm beads
– optional- 10 to 20 head pins or about 20 inches of 26 gauge fine silver to make your own.
Tools:
– Round Nose Pliers
-Needle Nose Pliers
– Bent Nose Pliers (optional)
– Flush Cutters
– Hammer
– Anvil or bench block

$4.50

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Duster Earrings Tutorial

(with BONUS Kuchi Bead instructions!)
This jewelry making tutorial is authored by Debora Mauser

This tutorial will show you, step by step, how to create these lovely and fun wire worked earrings.

Your artistry will make each one unique. These earrings are easy to make and extremely versatile. All types of wire and beads can be utilized and change the look of these earrings from wild to mild?

41 total steps, 26 for the basic earring and 15 for the Kuchi Bead

$5.00

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Wire Wrapped Hoops

This jewelry making tutorial is authored by Debora Mauser

Learn the mechanics of this weave and armature and open the doors to many possibilities! You can change the shape and size of these hoops with ease. Basic wire wrapping skills needed. There are 33 steps to this tutorial.

$6.00

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Wire Wrapped Wedding Band Hoops

This jewelry making tutorial is authored by Debora Mauser

The basic wrap of this earring will lend itself to many aspects of your jewelry creations. You can use thinner or thicker wire for your earring depending on how large you want the hoops.

$6.00

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