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Crystal Point Wire Wrap Pendant Tutorial

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Crystal Point Wire Wrap Pendant Tutorial
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Crystal Point Wire Wrap Pendant Tutorial

This tutorial will teach you how wire wrap a crystal point as well as weaving techniques.

This tutorial was written using a 30mm x 8mm unpolished crystal point.

** PLEASE NOTE - this listing is for the TUTORIAL only, you will not be receiving a kit, finished piece or tools.**

You will receive your tutorial in an email as a PDF instantly upon purchase. The tutorial is 25 pages long, with 65 fully illustrated easy to follow steps.

Knowledge requirements: basic wire wrapping, weaving techniques, and hand forming basic shapes such as curls and forming loops.

Intended audience:  Advanced beginner to intermediate wire wrapping skills.

Materials and supplies:                                                            
4 pieces of 20 gauge
(0.81cm) dead soft wire 9” (22.8cm) each
205” (520cm) 28 gauge (0.32cm) wire.  Depending on how tightly you wrap, the length may require more or less.)
30mm x 8mm crystal point
Chain, ribbon, or cord. Length of your choosing.

 

Tools:
Flush cutters
Chain nose or long nose pliers
Bail maker pliers (or dowel rod, knitting needle, or pencil)
Nylon jaw pliers

Optional tools:
Tweezers pliers
Bent nose pliers
Round nose pliers
Ruler or measuring tape
Bobbin (used to manage weaving wire)

Note:  Directions in this tutorial assume you are using a 30mm x 8mm crystal point.  Adjustments should be made if you are working with a different size.

Please do not distribute, lend or copy.
Do not mass produce.
Please give credit to the Instructor.