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Wire Wrap Prong Pendant


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  • Wire-Wrapping

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Pattern Details

This tutorial teaches the techniques to wire wrap a slider style pendant, with a prong setting. It can be altered to set either a cab, or faceted stone. Modifying the gauge of wire and number of prongs, it can be used to set almost any size and shape of stone. The materials listed for this project are for a 30mm by 20mm oval cab, with a 5 wire 'basket' base, but I provide details on how to measure for different stones. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This is advanced level project, although the instructions are very clear and thorough, and beginners to intermediate students can successfully complete this project with patience.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 30mm by 20mm oval cab 42.5 inches 21 gauge square wire 21 inches 22 gauge square wire
  • Jewelers ruler (showing millimeters) Masking or quilters tape Sharpie marker Cleaning cloth Flat nose pliers Chain nose pliers Round nose pliers (preferably stepped) Flush wire cutters Round or oval mandrel or wooden dowel for shaping the setting. Optional: penknife and pin-vise

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~~~~~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 29 years of experience, she has been published in Step by Step Wire Jewelry and Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazines numerous times; and was the Featured Artist for Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine 2017 before the magazine was discontinued. She has won several awards through Fire Mountain's "Swarovski Crystal Challenge." To learn more about Bobbi and find her finished jewelry, please visit Looking for her FREE tutorials? You can find them EXCLUSIVELY at We all die. "The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will." ~Chuck Palahniuk