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Needed: Tie wire Two nuts Solder
Cut two pieces of wire about 15” long. Hold the ends of the wire with pliers and rake them, one at a time, over a metal rod. I used my ...
Fold the wires in half. Anchor the looped ends. Again, I used my hammer while stepping on it. Arrange the wires so they are free of any tangles and ...
Use a smooth faced hammer on a smooth surface to hammer the wires flat. Try your best to hammer the wire squarely. If the wire starts to wander ...
If you don’t have means to solder you can files the ends of the bracelet. Just make sure no sharp edges are left behind. Cut the bracelet to ...
Sand the bracelet with progressively finer sand paper. Finally, polish with polishing compound and a buffing wheel.
Use a circular form to start the shape in the bracelet. I used the bottom of my torch. Form the final shape by hand.
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