Coiled Swirls Donut Pendant Wire Wrap Tutorial

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This lesson will teach you how to wrap a donut bead with graceful coiled swirls, accented with a wave of small beads.

You will need to find 3mm beads that will easily fit onto 20g wire. I have found that the 3mm Czech fire polished glass beads work very well for this. Many small Swarovski crystal beads will work as well. I have also found a few small stone beads that have holes large enough too.

The materials call for a 40mm donut bead with a hole that is less than 10mm. The smaller hole size is to ensure that there is enough room for the swirls to lay on the top of the donut. A larger hole will make the swirls look out of proportion compared to the rest of the pendant. You can use a lager donut bead if you like as well. The Onyx pendant in the photo above is a 50mm donut, and, as you can see, it turned out well. If using a larger donut, the hole can be up to 12mm without causing any problems. However, if you use a larger donut, don’t forget to use longer pieces of wire to make up for it.

Skill level:
Intermediate

Material List:

* 10” (25.4cm) 20 gauge round dead soft wire
* 7.5’ (2.3 meters) 28 gauge round dead soft wire
* 1 40mm donut bead (the hole must 10mm or smaller)
* Desired number of 3mm beads (must fit on 20g wire)


Tool List:

* Wire Flush Cutters
* Chain Nose Pliers
* Needle Nose Pliers
* Ruler
* Marker
* Bail Making Pliers or Mandrel

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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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pretty pendant that's very interesting to make.
Dec 12, 2017 by Dorothy Goodson
love this - it turned out perfect the first time :) easy to follow instructions
Mar 28, 2017 by Jacqui Bush
Beautiful pendant- great tutorial! Can't wait to try it!
May 25, 2016 by clj676
Apr 17, 2016 by catherine ghisu
Great tutorial, thank you so much
Dec 16, 2015 by Gwendolyn

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