One Sweet Package,Earrings,Pendants,Bail

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One Sweet Package,Earrings,Pendants,Bail Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Pendant

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be familiar with basic tools and be able to make a simple eye loop.

Pattern Description:

Beginners, take your skills up a notch, learning to model a Simple yet Classy and so Elegant Bail, Earrings and Pendants for just $5.00.

Just think what you can accomplish for so little money invested in learning not only to improve your skills but also how to create lovely, delicate jewelry pieces for you, family, friends, and customers as well!

Appropriate for those new to wire wrapping or those who simply like the classic look of the Sweet, Neat, Petite earrings and pendant, the Bow Wrapped Cube with its sweetheart adaptation, and the versatility of the Triple Spiral Bail.

You should be familiar with basic tools and be able to make a simple eye loop.
Among the three tutorials you will learn to use a mandrel, how to make a spiral, and manipulate wire in such a way as to avoid unnecessary kinks and twists.

Make these for yourself, as gifts or for sale.
I hope you enjoy them.

The three tutorials comprise a total of 84 steps and 44 pages of instruction.

You receive 1 file combining 3 PDFs:

1. Sweet Neat Petite Earrings and Pendant

2. Just Because, Bow Wrapped Cube

3. Triple Spiral Bail

To read more about the contents of each tutorial and necessary materials and tools, please see the individual listings in my pattern store.

Materials:

  • Please see the individual tutorial listings in my pattern store.

About Designer

About Designer

Nita Johnson on craftsy.com

Just call me Nita.
I've been making bead and wire jewelry since 2005.
I enjoy many styles of jewelry but my special fondness is for free form and asymmetrical styles and pieces that move.
I'm fascinated by wire and the way it flows, gemstones and their endless patterns, and seeking to form a beautiful marriage between the two.
I wake up each day in the awesome mountains of the Cherokee ...

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