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In this wire key tutorial, I show you how to make a key pendant from jewelers' wire and a gemstone bead. This 50-page downloadable tutorial includes 135 detailed photos, making it easy to follow along.

Included is an extra bonus: the Rope Twist Wire Bail Tutorial.

You'll be able to download both tutorials right after your payment clears.

I've been creating wire wrap jewelry since 2000, and it's my pleasure to offer tutorials to jewelry artists like you!

Knowledge Pre-Requisites:
Basic wire weaving
Basic wire-sculpting
Basic use of jewelers' pliers

The Charissa Key Pendant Tutorial is an advanced-level tutorial.
The Rope Twist Wire Bail Tutorial is a late-beginner to early-intermediate tutorial.

Get 10% off your order today when you sign up for my email updates - copy and paste this link in the address bar of your browser >>> https://kristineschroeder.studio/72hour

Materials:
Note: All wire is dead-soft
52 inches (132 cm) 20-gauge round wire
121 inches (307 cm) 28-gauge round wire
22 inches (56 cm) 30-gauge round wire
2 inches (5 cm) 24-gauge round wire
One top-drilled teardrop briolette bead, 8 mm to 10 mm long
Eight 3 mm round beads (I used metal)

Tools:
Bent-Nose Pliers or Chain-Nose Pliers
Wire cutters
Nylon-Jaw Pliers
Combination pliers, with 2, 3, 4mm steps
Ruler
Convex hammer
Bench Block
Round-nose pliers
File
T-pin
Bail pliers, 7 and 8 mm
Fine-tip Marker
Pin Vise
Optional:
Sandits
Sanding Swabs
In this wire key tutorial, I show you how to make a key pendant from jewelers' wire and a gemstone bead. This 50-page downloadable tutorial includes 135 detailed photos, making it easy to follow along.

Included is an extra bonus: the Rope Twist Wire Bail Tutorial.

You'll be able to download both tutorials right after your payment clears.

I've been creating wire wrap jewelry since 2000, and it's my pleasure to offer tutorials to jewelry artists like you!

Knowledge Pre-Requisites:
Basic wire weaving
Basic wire-sculpting
Basic use of jewelers' pliers

The Charissa Key Pendant Tutorial is an advanced-level tutorial.
The Rope Twist Wire Bail Tutorial is a late-beginner to early-intermediate tutorial.

Get 10% off your order today when you sign up for my email updates - copy and paste this link in the address bar of your browser >>> https://kristineschroeder.studio/72hour

Materials:
Note: All wire is dead-soft
52 inches (132 cm) 20-gauge round wire
121 inches (307 cm) 28-gauge round wire
22 inches (56 cm) 30-gauge round wire
2 inches (5 cm) 24-gauge round wire
One top-drilled teardrop briolette bead, 8 mm to 10 mm long
Eight 3 mm round beads (I used metal)

Tools:
Bent-Nose Pliers or Chain-Nose Pliers
Wire cutters
Nylon-Jaw Pliers
Combination pliers, with 2, 3, 4mm steps
Ruler
Convex hammer
Bench Block
Round-nose pliers
File
T-pin
Bail pliers, 7 and 8 mm
Fine-tip Marker
Pin Vise
Optional:
Sandits
Sanding Swabs

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