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10 Minute Pendant

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  • Wire-Wrapping

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Pattern Details

Many, many years ago I ran across this little technique buried in the back of a craft magazine. I thought it was a wonderful technique, and thought it deserved more attention. I looked thoroughly to see if there was an author (stealing other's work is bad Karma), and couldn't find one. I also have never seen it shown again - so I created this short little tutorial to keep this technique alive. - I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. This is a fun little project that takes only 5, 10 minutes at the most, and you have a wonderful pendant ready to go.... BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This is a fun little project that takes only 5, 10 minutes at the most, and you have a wonderful pendant ready to go....

Recommended with this pattern

  • An awesome focal bead you've been dying to use. Accent beads of your choice. A length of heavy gauge 1/2 round wire twice the length of your focal and accent beads, plus 2". Use the heaviest wire that will fit through your beads when it's doubled. Round and square will also work in a pinch.
  • wire mandrel, large round nose pliers or something similar, flush cutters

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MyWiredImagination
MyWiredImagination
~~~~~Wire Jewelry Tutorials by Bobbi Maw @MyWiredImagination~~~~~ Bobbi Maw is a Master Wire Jewelry Artist, and award-winning jewelry designer based in Kenneth City, Florida. With more than 28 years of experience, she has been published in Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine numerous times, is the Featured Artist for Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine 2017, and has won several awards through Fire Mountain's "Swarovski Crystal Challenge." To learn more about Bobbi and find her finished jewelry, please visit http://www.MyWiredImagination.Etsy.com We all die. "The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will." ~Chuck Palahniuk