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Wire Wrap Treasured Hearts Charm Holder

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Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Wire-Wrapping

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Pattern Details

Do you have a collection of cherished charms you'd like to wear, but don't want to just slide them all on a chain? This cute little tutorial shows you how to make a simple but elegant pendant to hold those cherished charms. The bottom heart opens so you can add to or rearrange your treasured collection. This is a high-level beginner project, you should at least have a decent grasp on basic skills, and terminology. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic wire handling, terminology, simple loops SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Can make the pendant any size you like.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 7 to 12 in. (17.8 to 30.5cm) 16ga 1/2 hard round wire. (depending on the size of the pendant you want to make.) Dead soft wire is not recommended.
  • 2 or 3, 6mm (or larger) closed jump rings.
  • *Round nose pliers and/or *bail pliers.

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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 Looking for her FREE tutorials? You can find them EXCLUSIVELY at https://my-wired-imagination.com/collections/free-wire-wrap-tutorials We all die. "The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will." ~Chuck Palahniuk