Jewelry Making Daily Offers New Free eBook on How to Make Wire Jewelry

Free eBook offers 5 wire jewelry making techniques with step-by-step instructions to make stunning wire jewelry designs.
 
 
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Sept. 3, 2010 - PRLog -- Loveland, Colorado: Jewelry Making Daily is pleased to announce the debut of a new free eBook on how to make wire jewelry designs. The eBook shows jewelry artists how to use the simplicity of wire, and incorporate glass beads, stones and other gems to make fantastic wire jewelry designs that can be made in an afternoon, all without soldering or using any heat.

Download the free eBook online: http://www.JewelryMakingDaily.com/Wire-Jewelry-Making-Techniques

“There are many things you can do with wire besides classic wire wrapping, too: you can weave wire, make wire coils and wire spirals, and connect wire rings, better known as jump rings, into intricate, beautiful patterns. The projects we present here showcase each of these versatile techniques,” says Sara Richardson, Associate Editor of Step by Step Wire Jewelry.

This 22-page guide includes step by step instructions to ensure the success of jewelry artists no matter the experience level. This downloadable guide from Jewelry Making Daily’s expert designers offers special advice on how to work with wire efficiently to get the best results.

The free Wire Jewelry Making Techniques eBook from Jewelry Making Daily includes 5 step by step wire jewelry designs:

Wire Jewelry Project #1

Concerto Necklace by Cindy Wimmer - This is a great project to use ceramic, lampwork, or clay beads. This necklace design incorporates both coils and spirals, two classic wire working techniques. The coils and spirals are used as hooks to link the elements into a beautiful and sophisticated necklace. The beads are attached by wrapping wire loops on the ends of their wires. The final piece can also be oxidized.

Wire Jewelry Project #2

Beading Heart Pendant by Sonja Kiser – Jewelry artists can follow these easy wire wrapping jewelry instructions to make a heart-shaped classic wire wrap into a pendant. The bead colors or styles can be changed to match an outfit, or to celebrate a special occasion.

Wire Jewelry Project #3

Swirls and Whirls by Pepper Mentz - This hammered link bracelet consists of individual pieces of wire. This design can be altered by omitting the hammered look and can be easily embellished with glass beads.

Wire Jewelry Project #4

Floating Crystal Cube Necklace by Joyce Tromp - This chain maille weave is called captive inverted round, and is often seen with rings in the center instead of beads. Crystal cubes work well, because the corners of the cube inside the circular shape of the chain hold them in place, creating a “floating” bead.

Wire Jewelry Project #5

Timeless Turquoise and Elegant Onyx by Carol Dean Naukam - This versatile bracelet incorporates sterling, copper, and rectangular turquoise beads. The beads are outlined in 18g silver and accentuated with intricately woven 24g copper. Sophisticated wire wrapping creates the durable clasp as an integral part of the design.

Download the free eBook online: http://www.JewelryMakingDaily.com/Wire-Jewelry-Making-Tec...

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