http://www.Jewelrylessonvideos.com Presents: How to Wire Wrap a Heavy Duty Clasp for All Different Types of Jewelry. In this lesson, you will learn how to wire wrap a clasp that can be attached to jump rings or straight to any wire bracelet or necklace.

This lesson is brought to you by Susan Karczewski. She is a published jewelry designer and she is also the owner of Purr-fectly Unique Design Studio and Boutique located in Pierceton Indiana.

For this lesson you will need:
16 or 20 Gauge Wire
Wire Cutters Needle Nose Pliers
Measuring Tape

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