Pendant with a woven frame

Minds ore like panuliutrs. 77icy only function when they are open. This unique pefKiant uses the wire-weaving technique to form a bezel. The bait opens in front and is incorporated into the pendant. The piece is a virtual playground for creativity, and we'll show you several ideas for changing its appearance. Have fun wire 0.204 x 0.051 (5 mm x Oichrocgtass cafcocton and the wcmn beni In the damp. Our cabochon measures -1 (10 cm) around the perimeter, lite bezel must the same length and wide...

Domed bracelet with pmc bead ends

What Mr learn to Jo, we learn by thing, Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) This is the same bracelet as on page 42, but with no soldering. We're going to use PMC slip to glue the beads onto the ends of the bracelet. Gluing is much easier than soldering. Hud) wire will Ik* a set. This is a single-weave bracelet. < An thirty-six wires 10' (26.5 cm) long. Weave a piece 6' (16.5 cm) long. (See Chapter 3 for weaving techni ties and Chapter 5 for specific bracelet instructions.) Cut off the taped end and any...

A domed cuff bracelet

Whether you bclivve you can Jo a thing or not. yvti arc right. This elegant bracelet is one ot many variations of the woven bracelet in Chapter A. Very fine wires are woven, the weave is domed, and the ends are finished with beads. Because doming makes the bracelet hug your wrist, there is no clasp to bother with, and the line wires give the surface a beautiful sparkle. 22-gauge (0.5 mm) dead-soft Nylon-jaw pliers round sterling silver vwe Noodle-nose pliers Two 12 to 14 mm Bali Deads Fiat-nose...

Mow culling and polishing tools

Scribes .11* used ii> mark heel metal lor t uning, drilling. and measuring. 2 Straight-Okxle shears. Shear> arc useful for culling out metal shajxs and nuking solder chip . Another ga-at cutting tool to have a pjir of loyce Clan wiuoiv These are found in gourmet kitchen shops. They will cut nk l gauges of sheet mewl with little eliorl (and with a lot of effort will cut a penny in halfih Accept no sulmitutc, get ihe original. 3 SSmtess steel precision twe& ers. 'twee en are uied...

Woven cuff bracelet with pmc beads

Idea and execution ure not often entmsted to the fame head. -Ralph Waldo F.mcrson 1805-1882 Here's another domed cuff with a weave tftat uses sets of three wires instead of two. Use PMC3 to form beads that attach to the woven ends. We've added PMC3 bezels with synthetic sapphire cabochons for a luxurious look. 2 synthetic sapphire cabochons 4 mm Refer to Mges 14-21 for weaving technique and to page gt I I -18 lor specific bracelet instructions. Cut 0 Moiling silver wires 10 26.5 cm long. Tape...