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Hermiston, Oregon

We have been doing wire work for about 10 years or better. I saw my first piece of wire wrapped jewelry at a Rock and Gem show. I fell in love with all the pendants and rings all wrapped in wire. I ...

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Victorian Daisy Bracelet

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Victorian Daisy Bracelet
Victorian Daisy Bracelet
Victorian Daisy Bracelet

Pattern Description:

This lesson shows how to create a bracelet in the style that resembles a Victorian look. I will take you from start to finish, with a creative touch of your own.
You will learn to add a focal center using a snap set CZ and some metal beads, looking much like a daisy flower.
You will also learn how to make a clasp that allows you to be creative using my nontraditional way of making a clasp that can be used with many other bracelets you create.
This bracelet can have many variations if so desired.
So let's get started by how to measure for a good fit for your bracelet.


  •  Chain nose pliers  Round nose pliers  Wire cutters  Flat nose pliers  Ruler  Masking Tape  Permanent marker (sharpie)  Mallet hammer or chasing hammer (optional)  Metal block (optional)  Bracelet mandrel ( optional)
  • 45 " (~114cm) - 60" (~152cm) 20ga (~0.8mm) square 1/2 hard wire of color choice. 45 " (~114cm) - 55" (~139.7cm) 18ga (106.68cm) 1/2 round 1/2 hard wire. 18" (~45.72cm) 20ga (~0.8mm) round wire 6" (~15cm) 18g (~ 106.68cm) 1/2 round 1/2 hard scrap practice wire 8 - 4mm metal beads 1 - 6mm snap set with 6mm CZ faceted stone This tutorial is written using square wire but you can use round wire in place of square.