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TUTORIAL: Wire Wrap Infinity Bracelet


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This lesson teaches you how to create a wire wrap bracelet with just one piece of wire including the hook and eye. If you love making wire jewelry out of one piece of wire, does not take up hours of your time, then you will definitely love this tutorial. No soldering or glue involves. Allocate about an hour if you are a beginner and about 30 minutes if you are already comfortable working with wire. Once you master the technique, this bracelet has limitless possibilities - use your favorite beads - gemstones, crystals and glass beads. You may even venture to create earrings or pendants out of it. Let your imagination go wild! CONTENT: * 15 pages * 42 crisp and clear close-up pictures with instructions DELIVERY: * PDF format (Printable) * File size - 1MB FOR UPDATES: Visit my blog at- DISCLAIMER: Please respect the copyright and do not distribute, sell, reproduce, copy or loan this tutorial. You may make something similar for sale but do not mass produce. Thank you and have a great time with this project. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Wire bending and twisting skill

Recommended with this pattern

  • 22ga soft wire
  • 22 round beads/stones, 6mm to 7mm
  • Wire cutters

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A full time working mother to two boys who happens to be addicted to wire jewelry. I am the owner of WireBliss Design (, a site where I regularly publish my wire jewelry and tutorials as well as other things in life hoping to inspire others. Crafty all my life, it all started with sewing but before I can start sewing, I got hooked with wire jewelry back in 2002/2003. Then I started sharing my projects on my blog - as well as setting up my Etsy Shop ( and Artfire Studio. Now, I am sharing them here at Craftsy while hoping to learn other crafts from other talented crafters here.