Tuesday, August 4, 2009

TUTORIAL - STEP BY STEP WIRE JEWELRY - The Love Knot, TwinHearts RING


As promised, here is something from my , to your !
RING size: 13.

LEVEL: BEGINNER


This tutorial is composed using 41(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. List of tools and materials used to achieve this composition is included in this document. The PDF is viewable the moment you click on the hyperlink, however Google Docs' PDF Viewer doesn't seem to display the document perfectly, the pictures were somehow truncated, you could click to download the document if you want (better pictures really), but that would require you to sign in. Please be informed that I don't want to know you are downloading, the required login was by Google Docs' design, for PDF attachment(s) as of today, I trust they will make this better in the future. Please note that this tutorial is a my share of tribute to the Wire Jewelry Making Community and it is strictly NOT FOR SALE. Please do not copy text, pictures, or any resources from within this tutorial, this tutorial is meant for PERSONAL USE ONLY. I appreciate any help in protecting me and my creations/designs/resources - please keep in mind that PLAGIARISM KILL CREATIVITY AND SHARING.

So, have fun will ya? And if this little ring put a smile on your face or your daughter's face (I was told that little girls would love this!), do drop me a line to make my day!

P/S: I don't have hidden agenda. Don't judge me, just say thank you and love me, and, of course, have fun. :)


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Have a happy week ahead!

- Me -

21 comments :

smykkeline said...

Thank you so much! I will now try this for the first time. I have foolowed your work for a little time, but haven't deared do buy a tutoral yet, since it may be to difficult for me. Now I can find out:) Again, thank you!!!!!

Wendy Sue said...

Thank you n I love u! ;)

corra said...

smykkeline - hope you have fun! Let me know how it goes!

Wendy - muaks!

klbl_98 said...

Thank you for sharing.

vira said...

thanx for sharing

Joella Miller said...

Cora,
How nice of you to share your work like this. Your work is so beautiful -- it gives us something to strive for.

Susyny2 said...

Corra sweetie, you're the greatest, thank you for sharing this tutorial with us.

Hugs
Susy

BetteLG said...

Very cute and dainty
You sure stay busy lady!

Taka jest Poranna said...

You must be an angel! Thank you :o)

Heart's Desire Beading Company said...

Thank you for sharing, it's a great tutorial!

~Debra

Labradorith said...

Thank you very much Corra, wonderful tutorial, I love it, your ring is lovely and beautiful, THANK YOU!!!!!
rita (pupette3)

Mei (WireBlissMei) said...

Very cute Corra! Thanks for sharing ;)

Gaby Santiago said...

Thank you for sharing! I knew I would get something nice today ;)
Let's see if I can make it!
cheers!

B3Boutique said...

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! :)

ien said...

thank you!!!!
gonna try this as soon as I can :D

Serena said...

Saved it! Will try it soon, many thanks, Corra! This is so wonderful. An early bday present! *g*

Lola D said...

Thanks! Corra! I look forward to having some time to try this one out! HUGS!

Lencse Wire said...

Hi, Thank's for sharing this tutorial :). I look forward to having some time to try this one out :).

izzi917 said...

Hi there,
I don't know if this is a stupid question or not, but can I make the ring a lot smaller in size? I have just started working with wire (especially wire wrapped rings, I'm currently using copper and brass cuz I'm scared of silver, I don't really like silver plated copper as it cost like twice if not three times the price and just wears off in a couple days. And I just really actually like copper and brass. I think they are great metals. And very pretty. And silver is kinda just over rated cuz it cost more and American ate obsessed with spending more., sorry for that rant. I was just trying to say I like copper. Lol. Do you like copper. I think it looks great with dark blues like lapis and labadorite [however that's spelled])

Anyway sorry for the rant but what I was saying was I'm not sure if this is a stupid question but is it possible to make this ring in say like a size 4 3/4-5 1/2? And would it be hard to explain how to do it? If youcould give any advice that would be so helpful and awesome.

I promise I'm going to buy some of your tutorials once I am cofident enough I can make a ring without totally blowing it. I don't know if my email is going to show up because I'm using my phone but if not here it is. Izzi91783@gmail.com that's I as in izzi not Lizzi. As in Isabel. :) thanks a bunch. Izzi

izzi917 said...

Oh, one more thing. Thanks so much for the free tutorials! That's so awesome of you to help those of us just getting started to get some practice. And make cool stuff. Thank you.

Heart Break said...

How can I get this tutorial of the ring? I kindly need it to make for my love. :)