de Cor's Handmades - Malaysia Handmade Jewelry: TUTORIAL - STEP BY STEP WIRE JEWELRY - The Love Knot, FISH

Sunday, March 8, 2009


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Tutorial-DCH009: FISH
With help of technology, I finally am able to write this step-by-step guide without struggling too much on capturing the work flow and worrying that there's not much details left to show. This tutorial is composed using 58(including coverpage) high-resolution pictures, all steps and procedures are zoomed and focus to deliver the precise instruction via a set of terrifically clear pictures.

In this document, it also listed out the tools and materials used to achieve this composition. The tutorial will walk you through the entire process of creating this FISH design.

The usual way of attaching beads to the core focal includes:
1. Attach beads by coiling on the core wires or,
2. Attach a chain on the core wires so that you will have space to attach beads.

So what so special about this technique?
The essential part about this design is - the knotting itself will create a whole stretch of tiny holes that's technically, would allow a 30ga wires to go through it TWICE. Knowing that 30ga wires are widely used for bead attachment, this technique will be very useful for your jewelry creation. You are able to preserve the originality of your design, and add texture to them for richer finish.

Level: Advance.

You can also pay for the tutorial via PayPal by sending 9.95USD to by specifying "DCH009 FISH" in the title of the transaction, or click on the
Add to Cart button to purchase. The PDF file will be sent to the e-mail address set in your PayPal profile.

PLEASE DO NOT LEND TO OTHERS, SHARE AMONG FORUM, SHARE AMONG FRIENDS, COPY AND MASS PRODUCE THE DESIGN OUT OF IT. And if you would be so kind, please give a credit to me if my tutorial inspired you or helped you in your jewelry making journey, it would be greatly appreciated!

Other designs that uses this technique:
1. Square Post Earrings
2. Lots of Love, Pendant
2. Catherine

1 comment :

Melissa in NJ said...

You my dear are a talent power house! I am not only routinely impressed by your skill but also by your creativity!!!