A full time working mother to two boys who happens to be addicted to wire jewelry. I am the owner of WireBliss Design (http://www.wireblissmei.com), a site where I regularly publish my wire jewelry ...
A full time working mother to two boys who happens to be addicted to wire jewelry. I am the owner of WireBliss Design (http://www.wireblissmei.com), 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 - http://www.wireblissmei.com as well as setting up my Etsy Shop (http://www.wirebliss.etsy.com) and Artfire Studio.
Now, I am sharing them here at Craftsy while hoping to learn other crafts from other talented crafters here.
Herringbone weave is one of my favorite weaving techniques. I use it a lot in my wire wrap jewelry creations. A free tutorial for the basic herringbone weave is available at www.enioken.com. Once you have learned this basic weave, there are other variations that you may come up with.
This tutorial teaches you one of these variations - a caged bead with a slightly modified herringbone weave technique. When done you may use this bead as part of your bracelets, necklaces, anklets, etc.
* 16 pages (including Free Tutorial)
* 40 crisp and clear close-up pictures with instructions
* PDF format (Printable)
* File size - 1.1MB
Visit my blog at- http://www.wireblissmei.com
FREE TUTORIAL WITH THIS PURCHASE:
When you purchase this tutorial, I also include a FREE TUTORIAL on how to create a Two Tone Herringbone Woven Ring.
This tutorial was created during my first few months into the world of wire jewelry. It was shared for free in my blog for a while but has since been taken off from there.
I am sharing it again here as a gesture of appreciation, especially for those who has not downloaded it before.
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.
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