DIY Beading Club – Issue 28

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Wire Jewelry Making Tutorials

 

1. Beaded Crisscross Spiral Bangle T171

 

Learn to make another variation of handmade jewelry from wire crisscrossing technique! With this suggested design for a wire crisscrossed bangle we’ll teach you how to make spirals. The spirals will also serve as an embellishment and a very stylish way of ending your bangle or making a clasp.

 

 

2. Playing with Shapes Bracelet T12

By just using copper wires, this lesson shows how to make various shapes that can be used to form a bracelet. The tutorial is catered for beginners or anyone who loves to learn this basic wirework technique. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.

 

 

 

3. The Love Links Bracelet T176

Heart shape is a popular accessory when it comes to jewelry and fashion.

Follow the trend so learn how to make the “Love Links” bracelet now!

This tutorial will teach you how to make wire heart frames. You can use the heart frame as earrings or charms. You can also link them to form a necklace or a bracelet. While creating the bracelet, you will also learn how to create a customized heart shape clasp. Make the heart frame looking fabulous and elegant by embellishing it with a bead, a gem or a bicone. The techniques you will learn can also be applied to any size of hearts.

 

 

 

Beading Jewelry Making Tutorials

 

4. Royal Gardens l31

Inspired by Amethyst colored rhinestones, here is a beading tutorial in lavender, cream and brown. Using Flat Herringbone Stitch, weave your way up, enclosing the rhinestones in square patterns. It may look like the rhinestones are sewn or weaved on top of the bracelet as an embellishment, but they are actually weaved within the bracelet.

The square pattern is also seen in courtyards, Victorian and English gardens. Shades of violets and lavenders are also considered as Royal colors and so I’ve picked the name, Royal Gardens, suggested by Karole Bowlds.

 

l31 Royal Gardens Tutorial

 

 

5. My Sweet Heart Pendant l38

Day of the hearts is near so here’s something to show how sweet your heart is – My Sweet Heart Pendant. Created using Single Needle Right Angle Weave technique, weaving clockwise and counter-clockwise directions from start to finish you’ll learn to create a beaded heart with pearls and seed beads. Measuring approximately 38.5mm x 30.5mm, the beaded heart is perfect as a pendant or what teenagers liked to call. “bling.”

 

 

 

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