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This is the third in my series of up and coming tutorials for the wire jewelry artist. I try to keep them as "pure" wire-wrapping with no soldering so that anybody can make them without buying extra equipment. All you need is wire and tools and you're on your way!

This tutorial includes 19 steps and 35 detailed, high-resolution color photos. If you run into any problems or questions, please contact me anytime---I'm always checking my e-mail ;) I'm always happy to hear how people are doing with my instructions and whether or not it's easy to follow.

I will manually send your file to you, so you should expect it within 12 hours after purchase, but usually much sooner.

Supplies needed:

--18 gauge wire (dead-soft OR half-hard), 50 inches
--26 gauge wire (dead-soft), 80 inches
--chain-nose pliers
--round-nose pliers
--straightening pliers
--flush cutters
--ball-peen or chasing hammer
--bench block or anvil
--cylindrical object (about ½ the diameter of your wrist) for shaping the bracelet
--scotch or masking tape
--ruler
--felt tip marker
--liver of sulfur (optional)
--extra-fine steel wool (optional)
--Lortone tumbler (optional)

This is in PDF format which will be sent to your e-mail address. You will need Adobe Acrobat reader to view it and you can get a free download at:

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

Many thanks to my husband Dave, for putting this together for me. He does a magnificent job!

Thank you for your interest and I hope you make many beautiful designs with it!

Appreciatively,

Lisa

NEW Zig-Zag Stitch Bracelet Tutorial---Step by Step instruction

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