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Monolith pendant

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Monolith pendant
Monolith pendant
Monolith pendant

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is a very advanced tutorial, you should have a good basic knowledge and understading of wirework and be able to form loops and coil wire, however detailed instruction and step by step photos are included

Pattern Description:

This tutorial shows you how to construct a large, layered frame, which allows you to set multiple beads of graduating sizes. You can use any curved bead as long as they increase gradually in size, to allow for a smooth shape to the pendant.

The ornate frame encases the beads and is the perfect way to showcase larger, heavier stones, due to the way they are securely held in place.

You can easily adapt the design for any number of beads, although this tutorial is based on using four.


Level: Advanced
Page count: 25
Number of steps: 34

Please read through the instructions at least once before starting.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • This pendant is 3" tall including the bails and 1" at it's widest point.

Materials:

  • 311" 28 gauge soft or half hard round wire
  • 7 1/2" 20 gauge soft or half hard round wire
  • 32" 18 gauge soft round wire
  • 1 18mm x 12mm flat oval bead
  • 1 16mm x 10mm flat oval bead
  • 1 12mm x 6mm flat oval bead
  • 1 8mm x 5mm flat oval bead
  • 6 4mm round beads
  • 12 3mm round beads
  • 14 2mm round beads

You Will Also Need:

  • Chain nose pliers
  • Round nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Flat nose pliers
  • Nylon jaw pliers
  • Tape measure
  • Protractor
  • Marker pen
  • Pin/needle
  • 10mm mandrel (pen, knitting needle, tool handle)
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Inspired as a child to make jewellery when I was bought a bead weaving loom one Christmas, my style has changed dramatically over the years, from simple strung necklaces into what you ...

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