Tried-and-Tested Wire Wrapping Tutorial for Pendants

Introduction: Tried-and-Tested Wire Wrapping Tutorial for Pendants

About: There are very few educational jewelry companies that exist and there are even fewer that let their viewers learn how to make jewelry directly through video. We have developed our entire business model through… presents: Tried-and-Tested Wire Wrapping Tutorial for Pendants. In this video, you will learn how to wire wrap a pendant using a proven and faithful technique. This lesson is instructed 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:
20 Gauge Wire 22 or 24 Gauge Wire
Painters or Auto Detailing Tape (One Quarter Inch)
Wire Cutters
Permanent Marker
Needle Nose Pliers
Fine Awl or Bead Reamer
Alcohol Swab (Optional to Remove Marker Marks)
One Stone to Wrap

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    4 years ago

    Dear Susan,

    You are a brilliant instructor. Thanks for showing how to make the caged

    Wire wrapped pendant. I can't wait to try it, you make it look like fun! Beautiful


    Carol R.