Pyramid pendant tutorial

from Abby Hook

Pyramid pendant tutorial Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Jewelry

Type:

Pendant

Skill Level:

advanced skill level requirement Expert

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 teaches you how to create this 3 dimensional pyramid.

For thousands of years, the largest structures on Earth were pyramids: first the Red Pyramid in the Dashur Necropolis and then the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still remaining and still the tallest pyramid of all. The largest pyramid ever built, by volume, is the Great Pyramid of Cholula, in the Mexican state of Puebla.

Use 3 contrasting colours for a vibrant piece or make it completely out of silver for a stylish design. Vary the size of the beads too for different effects.

This is an advanced tutorial with 47 steps over 22 pages and lots of detailed close up colour photos.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The pyramid measures 1 1/4" from the bail to the bottom edge, each side is 1" and the pyramid is 2 /3" tall.

Materials:

  • 155" 28 gauge round soft or half hard wire
  • 11 1/4" 18 gauge half hard wire
  • 3 5mm round stone beads
  • 3 4mm round stone beads
  • 10 3mm round stone beads
  • 3 2.5mm round silver beads
  • 6 2mm round silver beads
  • 1 5mm closed jump ring

You Will Also Need:

  • Chain nose pliers
  • Round nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Flat nose pliers
  • Nylon jaw pliers
  • Needle or pin
  • Wooden rod knitting needle or pen approx. 4mm wide

About Designer

About Designer

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My Work:


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 see today.

I have always loved working with semi precious stones and wire, for many years I have experimented with different ways of combining the two. The jewellery on these pages have been ...

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