Wire wrapped ring TUTORIAL - intermediate level, soldering optional. PDF file, instant download, wedding band, industrial wirewrap

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This tutorial shows you how to make the rings from the first three photos but you can make all of the rings from photo #4 with this technique and much, much more.
Yay versatility! :D

Skill level: intermediate (or maybe even easy)

To make this ring you will need:

- 3 rings 18ga (1mm) thick. It can be flattened wire but round is fine too.
These are US 8-9
- 80“ of 28ga wire (2 meters of 0,30mm wire) – I used fine silver
- Oxidizing agent of your choosing (optional)

Tools needed:
- Chain nose pliers (the ones with a narrow tip) or a pair of sturdier tweezers
- Whichever cutting tool you like (to cut the thin wire)
- Soldering equipment (optional) - soldering is not covered in this tutorial

If you were wondering how can soldering equipment be optional:
The rings do not even have to be soldered, you can use straight pieces of wire – in which case you need to have an extra inch or two of wire on each side to close/finish the ring. That can be done in any number of ways, depending on your style and skill level. Most popular are various swirls or wrapping a bead with those wires. You can get very creative :)
It is up to you to decide if you want to use soldered (closed) rings or 3 pieces of wire which you will wrap together; this pattern works either way (it is easier if you use wires because they are not closed like rings so you do not have to pull the wire through at all, just wrap with it).

So, if you do not solder you can still learn how to do this wrap and finish the ring differently. Not all hope is lost :D

In case you want to make the exact same ring as the one shown prior knowledge on soldering is a must as this is not taught in this tutorial.

Thank you very much and have fun making lots of rings! \o/

Average review
Jan 26, 2018 by Kittee
Nicely written tutorial. Easy to follow. Thanks!
Nov 24, 2017 by rainee6969
Mar 31, 2017 by SHARYN CARDINALI
I am still new to wire wrapping, and I've found it seems somewhat difficult to find a good men's ring tutorial. This one was GREAT! Now to get soldering down. 😀
Nov 22, 2016 by Catherine Hamilton
Sep 1, 2016 by Tamara Curry

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