TUTORIAL Wire Wrapped and Wire Weaved Pendant, DIY PDF Download Jewelry Pattern by Perfectly Twisted
Wire Weave Pendant TUTORIAL, 3 files! Wire Wrapped Jewelry Pendant, DIY PDF Download Jewelry Pattern, Making Wire Jewelry, Perfectly Twisted
You are going to LOVE this tutorial! There are three files, so you're getting a huge bang for the bucks. :) The first file is the primary tutorial file, walking you step by step through creating the gorgeous pendant shown on the cover of this listing. The second file includes TWO design variations (with steps), shown in the fourth and fifth images of this listing... and the third file will walk you through adding a beautiful patina onto your finished pendants.
I’ve designed this pendant harness in such a way that you can also, with some care in design, create a reversible pendant. The bail is attractive as well as secure and closed on both sides. It is large enough that you can use any type of chain, cord or ribbon for the pendant. You will learn two weaving patterns as well as how to secure a focal bead onto the wire. The design technique keeps the pendant ‘clean’ on both sides so you can utilize both the front and backside of the stone. This is a very versatile design and can be applied to any shape or size, drilled focal bead.
I provide a lot of detailed instructions to help you through each and every step. There are 123 large and clear images in 23 steps in the primary pendant file. See all the information below.
As always, I welcome your contact if you should have any questions... I'm here for you :)
The project is shown in copper wire, but you can use any type of wire.
Estimated Project Time = 2 to 3 hours for the pendant
These files are an instant download, if you have troubles downloading the files, please contact me for assistance.
Primary tutorial file:
Includes a 3rd pendant with 20 images to temp your imagination!
Patina Madness file:
20 gauge raw copper wire (frame wires)
28 gauge raw copper wire (weaving wire)
One 25mm x 18mm, top drilled focal bead
Cool Tools Patina Gel (Liver of Sulfur)
Steel wool brillo pad
Flat nose pliers
Round nose pliers
Dowel (or a pen / pencil)
Note: It is important to the success of the project, that you use the wire gauges specified.