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This lesson teaches you to make a simple looking bracelet using a weave which, when done correctly, looks similar to an embroidered brick stitch. Though I am using a bracelet for teaching the weave, it can actually be used for many other projects.
For stability, the bracelet is made with 16g frame wires. To keep the weave proportional to the frame wires, the weaving is done with 24g wire. If you have a hard time weaving with such thick wire, you could also try using 26g wire, however, it will alter the look of the finished weave.
Part of the beauty of this weave though, is that you can achieve very different looks simply by varying the thicknesses of the wires that you use. Just keep in mind that if you choose to make a bracelet with anything thinner than 16g frame wires, you will be better off adding a clasp and making a bangle bracelet rather than a cuff bracelet.
* 45” (1.14meters) 16g wire (dead soft or half hard will work)
* 19’ (5.8meters) 24g wire (dead soft)
* Wire Flush Cutters
* Chain Nose Pliers
* Flat Nose Pliers
* Round Nose Pliers
* Nylon Jaw pliers (or suitable substitute)
* Needle File
* Bracelet Mandrel (or other object the right size to shape a bracelet on)
* OPTIONAL: Ring Clamp or Spring Clamp
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©Donna Spadafore, Gailavira Jewelry.
This tutorial is intended for use by one person only. Please do not share this tutorial with anyone else. Distribution of this tutorial is not allowed without express written consent from the author. If you wish to use the design in this lesson, or a derivative of the design in this lesson, to teach a class you must first contact the author for permission.
If you are an individual, independent jewelry artist you may use this lesson to make jewelry for sale. You may not use this lesson to mass produce items for a commercial operation. You may not have other people make pieces for you based on this design for you to sell.
Derivatives of this tutorial (instructions for a design that is derived from the design in this tutorial) are not allowed without written consent from the author.
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©Donna Spadafore, Gailavira Jewelry.
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If you are an individual, independent jewelry artist you may use these lessons to make jewelry for sale. You may not use these lessons to mass produce items for a commercial operation. You may not have other people make pieces for you based on these designs for you to sell.
Derivatives of these tutorials (instructions for designs that are derived from the designs in these tutorials) are not allowed without written consent from the author.