This necklace tutorial will introduce you to working with a single piece of wire to make a continuously spiraled form which will then be wire-wrapped to a frame. It is suitable for confident beginners and intermediate wire wrappers alike.
Included are 44 photos diagrams that help make the instructions very clear. If you need any help, I'm an email away. The tutorial is a PDF file, 1.48MB in size. You will be provided a link to download this file once you have completed the payment process.
For the necklace in the tutorial, I've used raw copper wire, but it can also be made in sterling or any of the colored craft wires. If this is your first time wire-wrapping, I'd suggest you use copper or one of the craft wires before venturing on to more expensive sterling silver wire.
18 gauge wire(spiraled section and frame)
26 gauge wire(wrapping wire)
teardrop beads(can be Czech glass, crystals or even stacked pearls)
For further details on materials and tools required, take a look at the bottom photo. It is the front page of this tutorial. Copyright information is provided on this page as well. Basically, I'm fine with you making this necklace to sell, as long as you aren't mass-producing it.
I hope you enjoy this tutorial as much as my students have enjoyed the class. Look for more tutorials coming soon.
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