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Jasperina Filigree Pendant Tutorial


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The coiled filigree loops as seen in this pendant is my signature style. I have always like the look of it no matter what type of jewelry I create. Sits perfectly on the neck & with it's large size, screams for attention wherever you go. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knowledge of basic wirework and open knitted loops. Nevertheless, the step by step photographs and instructions will guide you along in completing this project. This lesson will teach you how to do the netting technique to create a netted bezel around a cabochon, the coiled filigree component as well as the outer netted base. This pendant is quite large but you can make it smaller by using smaller size stone and once you have mastered the techniques, you can create earrings, bracelets, brooch, etc. from it. Thank you for purchasing this tutorial and happy crafting =) ! Delivery & Content: Printable PDF format, 17 pages with 53 photos and step-by-step photos & instructions. File size: 2.2MB SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Pendant is about 4.5cm x 3.5cm.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Cabochon (drilled/undrilled), 30mm x 20mm
  • Some 3mm or 4mm round beads.
  • Wire cutter, nylon jaw plier, round nose plier, chain nose plier, small knitting needle or any other small object to be used as mandrel to size your loops

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I am a fulltime homemaker to three teenagers and sole caregiver to my mum. I've been crafting wire jewelry since 2008 and have never looked back. I am passionately serious in crafting and hope that I have more than 24 hours a day to indulge in my passion. I update my blog with jewelries/tutorials regularly or when time permits me to do so. I am now sharing my creations here at Craftsy and also hoping to learn from other talented crafters. As the saying goes, "Learning Never Ends". My blog ~ Estore ~