Precious Critters Pendant & Earrings

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Precious Critters Pendant & Earrings Pattern

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Jewelry: Precious Critters Pendant & Earrings
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Pendant

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This tutorial is intended for all experience levels. So even if you have never touched a piece of wire before, it's ok! Oh and for those of you that "know what you are doing", I believe you will be able to take what you learn from this tutorial and broaden your creativity.
  • For all levels.

Pattern Description:

Great tutorial for displaying the beads you love. You will make a cute pair of earrings and pendant. Depending on the beads and findings you use, you will come up with so many combinations. Are you ready..... Let's have some fun!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • This is an original tutorial created and designed by Joanne Ortiz.
  • This tutorial is copyright protected and cannot be sold or redistributed in any way.

Materials:

  • Round nose pliers
  • Flat nose pliers
  • Wire cutters / Flush cutters
  • Ruler
  • Paper towel or piece of cloth (to straighten wire)
  • Bead mat (to keep your work safe & in one place)

You Will Also Need:

  • For earrings
  • 1 pair of ear wires
  • 2 4-5mm accents & or daisy spacers
  • 4 2-3mm round beads
  • 2 6-8mm focal beads
  • 2 2 inch eyepins (24-20ga)
  • 2 2 inch headpins(24-20ga) if using beads instead of charms
  • 2 focal charms or focal beads
  • For Pendant
  • 1 bail(if you do not want to make one)
  • 1-2 focal charm beads
  • 1 12 inch length of wire (21-20ga)
  • 1 focal bead(20-30mm)

About Designer

About Designer

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by ThePurpleLily
Fayetteville, Ga
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I remember sketching the flintstones cartoons from the tv as a child. When I was about 7 I had a broken clasp on my favorite necklace and my mother took me to a local craft store and pointed to a wall that said jewelry. " find the piece you broke and replace it", she said.

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