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Spiral Wire Jewelry Tutorials

$15.00

Skill Level

Beginner

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  • 1 digital pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

How it works

  • This pattern was designed by a Craftsy independent design partner!
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PATTERN DETAILS

The Spiral Wire Jewelry eBook will teach you - in such a fun way - how to make spirals and incorporate them into jewelry. You'll learn how to make 2 different types of spirals and then get 7 different projects to have fun with! The list of materials is what you'd need if you did every single tutorial in the book. Get started practicing spirals with 20 gauge wire, round nose pliers, chain nose pliers and wire cutters and move on from there. The tutorials included are: - How to make an open spiral - How to make a closed spiral - Spiral and Gemstone Chip Earrings - Spiral Earrings - Spiral Charm Necklace - Gemstone Chip and Spiral Pendant - Beaded Spiral Ring - Beaded Spiral Wire Wrapped Ring (Style II) - Spiral Wire Wrapped Bangle Bracelet Note: 3 of these tutorials are free on my blog. This is the only place you can get them all together, along with the specific spiral instructions as a PDF. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY It's helpful if you have some experience working with wire; however, I will teach you everything you need to know in each tutorial as if you're a beginner.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 22 or 24 gauge wire (half-hard, round)
  • 16 gauge wire (half-hard round)
  • 20 gauge wire (half-hard, round)

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Emerging Creatively by Kimberlie Kohler
Emerging Creatively by Kimberlie Kohler
I'm Kimberlie Burkhart Kohler. I want to help you creatively express yourself through making jewelry. I believe that art and craft holds one of the keys to happiness. Even if you haven’t expressed yourself creativity since you were young, it's still inside you. Today is the perfect day to emerge creatively. I have been a jewelry designer for years, selling mostly eco-friendly and funky jewelry. I’ve sold my jewelry all across Pennsylvania at craft shows, stores and in my own retail space in downtown Lancaster, PA. My biggest inspiration is nature and I also find inspiration in the old and abandoned items that people leave for trash. I’m interested in innovative ways to make jewelry, not just the regular, traditional ways. I don’t think you have to spend a fortune to express yourself through your jewelry pieces. http://www.KimberlieKohler.com