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Martic on craftsy.com
Edinburgh Scotland

My passion for jewellery designing and making started 12 years ago with a silversmithing course and I have since embraced other techniques such as stringing, bead weaving, chain maille, resin but my ...

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Azur Earrings

from Martine Callaghan
(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Azur Earrings
Azur Earrings Perfect for the beach
Azur Earrings or for evening

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Have basic wireworking skills
  • Know how to make an open spiral
  • Able to handle long piece of thin wire

Pattern Description:

These simple yet sophisticated earrings are quick and easy to make and require only a small investment in materials. If you own briolette beads with a slightly misshapen top or hole, this design is a good way of using them up as the top of the briolette is completely wrapped.

This lavishly illustrated tutorial will guide you effortlessly through every step of production.
42 steps
27 pages
69 photos

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 4cm/1.5"


  • MATERIALS: 20cm/8" 1mm/18ga round wire 140cm/55" 0.3mm/28ga round wire 2 (15x10mm) briolette beads 10 2mm beads 2 ear wires
  • TOOLS: Wire cutters Round nose pliers Chain nose pliers Flat nose pliers Marker pen/ruler Chasing hammer and block File Stepped mandrel (largest step 10mm) Nylon jaw pliers