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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 ...

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Woodland Moss Ring

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Woodland Moss Ring
Woodland Moss Ring
Woodland Moss Ring
Woodland Moss Ring

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • some wire weaving skill, working with heavier gauged wire, using small stones

Pattern Description:

Wonderful use of gemstone rondelles and wire. Don't limit yourself to the stones that I used. I gave two examples of color combos that I put together. This would be great in different shades and monocromatic, as well.

A customer asked what could they do with some wired beads that I made for them. This is one example of what I came up with.

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.


  • Ruler
  • Flush Cutters
  • Ring Mandrel
  • Ball Pein Hammer
  • Flat Nose Pliers
  • Sharpie
  • Plastic Mallet
  • Liver of Sulphur (optional)
  • Steel Wool and/or Brass Bristle Brush

You Will Also Need:

  • 36" of 26 ga Round Soft Copper Wire
  • 24" of 20 ga or18 ga Round Soft Copper Wire
  • 16" of 16 ga Round Soft Copper Wire (This is for a size 8 ring, so add or subtract to this amount for the desired size)
  • 8 to 14, faceted or smooth gemstone rondelles, 2mm - 3mm in size ( I am using green onyx, citrine, and peridot in this tutorial)