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Royal Batik Hoop Earrings - Wire Wrapped

from Emi Kaz
(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Royal Batik Hoop Earrings - Wire Wrapped
Royal Batik Hoop Earrings - Wire Wrapped
Royal Batik Hoop Earrings - Wire Wrapped
Royal Batik Hoop Earrings - Wire Wrapped

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Possess intermediate or advance wire wrapping and wire jewelry skills.

Pattern Description:

In this informative tutorial you will learn how to create a beautiful intricate pair of bold earrings. All techniques and tips in this lesson can guide you to endless possibilities of creating bold jewelry. This tutorial includes 75 steps and over 100 detailed, high-resolution color photos. Lessons provide in this tutorial are as follow:

. Making and joining solid frames
. New style of woven pattern
. How to weave neatly and beautifully
. How to make use of chains in designing
. Adding new creativity to the earrings and jewelry
. Changing the earring style to bracelet, necklace and pendant

* Materials listed are for making an earring.

Third picture shows variation using the techniques in the earrings tutorial. A brief explaination on this design is included in the tutorial.


  • 49cm of 18ga round wire - dead soft
  • 25cm of 20ga / 19ga round wire - half hard
  • 265cm of 26ga wire - dead soft
  • 102cm of 28ga wire - dead soft
  • A briolette
  • Two medium size stone
  • 16 pieces of 2mm silver beads
  • 3 pieces of 3mm silver beads
  • 1 piece of 5mm silver beads
  • 2 pieces of 2mm beads
  • 2 pieces of 4mm beads
  • Two or one types of leftover necklace chains.
  • Three jump rings
  • Two mandrels - 3.5- 4cm in diameter & 0.5 in diameter or a pen.
  • Flat nose pliers
  • Round nose pliers
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Flush cutter
  • Nylon jaw pliers
  • Tweezers (optional) - to neat small parts
  • Hammer and steel block