The Web Pendant Tutorial




Introduction: The Web Pendant Tutorial

About: Jane Chew aka XQDesigns is the chief editor behind 2 popular jewelry making blogs and websites: Handmade Jewelry Club and DIY Lessons. She started jewelry making as a hobby few years ago and was amazed how she…

I've got another wire jewelry tutorial! I call this the web pendant :)

Step 1:

Cut 4 pcs of 3 inches 22ga wire. Fold 2 wires in half like a "V" shape.

Step 2:

Wrap one "V" shaped wire by bending the wire in opposite directions like shown in arrow. By doing so your wire will interlock.

Step 3:

Wrap your 3rd wire by bending the wires in opposite directions like shown in arrow.

Step 4:

Wrap your 4th wire and try to straighten each wire and adjust to have even spaces.

Step 5:

Once your web frame is ready, from a spool of 28ga start wrapping onto the web frame. Go all the way around until you have have 1.5cm of each web frame unwrapped. Trim the web frame if needed.

Slide in a round bead then bend the wire and then create a loop.

Step 6:

Do the same for all the wires. To cover the wire knots at the center weave some round beads using your 28ga wire. Attach a jump ring and you're done! Hope you like it :)

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    8 years ago on Introduction

    I love spiders and this web pendant is going on one of my Pinterest boards. Any chance you could make a spider? Not necessarily for this web, although would be terrific. Earrings, pendant, bracelet - any would be great.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    This is great! i can see using different types of beads too.


    9 years ago on Step 6

    I really, really like this..will be trying this for sure. Thanks for sharing..


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Very cute and creative. Great for the Halloween season.

    That looks really cool! I love how those beads in the center cover up the initial connecting of all of the pieces.