"Broken" Triangle

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"Broken" Triangle Pattern


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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic wire wrapping skills

Pattern Description:

Ever wonder what to do with those beautifully tumbled river pebbles? Although not considered precious, river pebbles and tumbled stones can acquire a beauty of their own. In this tutorial, I used an ALMOST geometric pebble to construct a "fractured" pendant. The broken portion is completed with a cluster of small precious beads.

Pre-requisites: It is recommended that you know how to attach new thin wire to a frame mid-work. See this tutorial: http://www.jewelrylessons.com/tutorial/attaching-new-wire

Pages: 29
Steps: 65

Copyright 2014 Eni Oken


  • 2 feet of 18ga wire (or thicker)
  • 1 polished geometric pebble
  • Between 16 to 18 feet of 28 ga wire
  • About 20 5mm round precious beads
  • Paper

You Will Also Need:

  • RulerPost
  • Flush wire cutter
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Round Nose pliers
  • Painters tape
  • Metallic Hammer
  • Metallic block or anvil
  • Bail pliers or a pencil
  • Pen or pencil

About Designer

About Designer

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by Eni Oken
Los Angeles
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Eni is a multi-discipline artist: for the past 30 years, she has combined digital fantasy art, sculpture, jewelry, embroidery and other mixed media in whimsical and ornamental award-winning designs.

Originally from Brazil, Eni was trained as an architect; however most of her artistic skills are self-taught. Eni is a dedicated art and jewelry instructor, teaching via tutorials and online ...

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