Wire Wrapped Rings Tutorial
£5.00 (inc. VAT)
Please note: we are unable to offer transfers or refunds on any of our tutorials.
By the end of this tutorial, you will have covered simple stringing, bead weaving & wirework techniques, and created some glamorous, fashionable statement necklaces. Play around with the sizes, lengths and strands to make your statement jewellery truly unique.
Project 1: Three strand glamour necklace - including creating your own spacer findings
Project 2: Glitz and spikes necklace - using chain to create a curved shape
Project 3: Bold and beaded necklace - featuring beaded cluster focal elements
This tutorial is aimed at those who have done some jewellery making before but would like to increase their knowledge and skills.
For the bargain price of just £4 (inc. VAT) you will be immediately emailed a PDF document containing detailed step-by-step instructions and clear images illustrating each step of the making process. This can then be used at any time, printed off and / or saved on your computer as a source of information or knowledge for future projects etc...
Please Note: No tools or materials are included in the course price, you will need to source your own materials as listed in the course, through craft shops or online suppliers - some tools and materials are available through London Jewellery School.
Round nose pliers
Chain nose pliers
Flat nose pliers
Bail maker pliers (optional)
Upon purchasing this tutorial it can be downloaded and printed for your own use. It can not however be copied, shared, distributed or used for classes, workshops or any commercial ventures.
Buying this Tutorial
If you would like to learn how to make these three necklaces, buying this tutorial couldn't be simpler - just click the 'Buy Now' button at the top of this page and you will be taken to a secure checkout where you can pay with Paypal or credit card. Once your payment has gone though you will be sent a confirmation email with your PDF tutorial document attached. This can be downloaded on to any computer and you can then print it off ready to use.
If you have any questions about this tutorial or any of our classes or tutorials please do contact us.