How to Make Wire Wrap Jewelry
Wire wrapping is a form of jewelry design where metal wire is shaped with pliers to create many interesting designs including bezels, chains, and more.
Are you trying to learn how to wire wrap jewelry? I remember trying to teach myself how to wire wrap jewelry. Armed with my jewelry pliers, some cheap copper practice wire, and a couple of different books on jewelry wire wrapping, I set out to teach myself how to make all those beautiful and unique wire wrap jewelry designs. It was very frustrating at first, but within a few hours I had produced my very first piece, a wire-wrapped bead pendant! Woo-hoo...success!
You too, can easily learn the art of jewelry wire wrapping with a few simple techniques, some basic supplies, and lots of practice...oh, and a little patience won't hurt either. Give yourself a couple of hours to learn and don't give up--once you get the hang of this basic technique you can use it to produce dozens of wonderful designs! Ok, are you ready? Here we go!
Step-by-Step Basic Wire Wrap Jewelry Instructions
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Additional Wire Wrap Jewelry Resources
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Sometimes it just helps to have someone looking over your shoulder and helping you with these techniques. Try taking a wire wrapping class at a local craft store or bead store. You might also make some new local jewelry making buddies!
Finally, you can check out some of the wire wrapping books on my Jewelry Books and More page. Don't worry, it all gets easier with practice!