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Sword Pendant - Wire Woven Jewelry Tutorial

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I am often inspired by music to create some rather interesting designs. In this case, I was inspired by a song about murder. Though the song makes references to a kitchen knife, I prefer more dramatic weapons. ;)

****This listing is for a wire jewelry making tutorial. Not for a finished piece. If you would like a finished piece in this style, feel free to contact me for a custom order.****

In this lesson you’ll learn to make a pendant that looks like a sword. By altering the length and width of the blade you can also use the same technique to create a dagger.


Skill Level:
Intermediate

Materials:
•5 ¾ inches 18g round wire (dead soft or half hard)
•13 inches 20g round wire (dead soft or half hard)
•14 inches 20g half round wire (half hard)
•3 ½ feet 28g round wire (dead soft)
•1 Swarovski Crystal rose montee or 1 3-4mm bead

Tools:
•Chain nose pliers
•Round nose pliers
•Wire cutters
•Flat nose pliers
•Metal bench block
•Metal hammer
•Rawhide or hammer (optional)
•Needle file
•Cup bur (wire rounder) (optional. The needle file works for this as well)
•Marker


File will be available as an instant download after payment has cleared.

©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.
I am often inspired by music to create some rather interesting designs. In this case, I was inspired by a song about murder. Though the song makes references to a kitchen knife, I prefer more dramatic weapons. ;)

****This listing is for a wire jewelry making tutorial. Not for a finished piece. If you would like a finished piece in this style, feel free to contact me for a custom order.****

In this lesson you’ll learn to make a pendant that looks like a sword. By altering the length and width of the blade you can also use the same technique to create a dagger.


Skill Level:
Intermediate

Materials:
•5 ¾ inches 18g round wire (dead soft or half hard)
•13 inches 20g round wire (dead soft or half hard)
•14 inches 20g half round wire (half hard)
•3 ½ feet 28g round wire (dead soft)
•1 Swarovski Crystal rose montee or 1 3-4mm bead

Tools:
•Chain nose pliers
•Round nose pliers
•Wire cutters
•Flat nose pliers
•Metal bench block
•Metal hammer
•Rawhide or hammer (optional)
•Needle file
•Cup bur (wire rounder) (optional. The needle file works for this as well)
•Marker


File will be available as an instant download after payment has cleared.

©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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Reviewed by renkylin
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 4, 2018
Great tutorial! Thank you for the great transaction.
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Reviewed by Kim
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 5, 2018
Haven't made one yet but great tutorial!
Sword Pendant - Wire Woven Jewelry Tutorial

Reviewed by Candace Roter
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Jan 30, 2018
Sword Pendant - Wire Woven Jewelry Tutorial

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©Donna Spadafore, Gailavira Jewelry.
All tutorials for sale in this shop are intended for use by one person only. Please do not share these tutorials with anyone else. Distribution of these tutorials is not allowed without express written consent from the author. If you wish to use the designs in these lessons, or derivatives of the designs in these lessons, to teach a class you must first contact the author for permission.

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.
If purchasing during a sale and using a coupon code, please be sure to place the coupon code in the correct area during checkout so that the discount can be taken automatically. If you are unsure how to use coupon codes, see this link: http://www.gailavira.com/howtousecouponcodes.jpg

Refunds will no longer be given for coupon codes that are not properly applied.

COPYRIGHT INFO
©Donna Spadafore, Gailavira Jewelry.
All tutorials for sale in this shop are intended for use by one person only. Please do not share these tutorials with anyone else. Distribution of these tutorials is not allowed without express written consent from the author. If you wish to use the designs in these lessons, or derivatives of the designs in these lessons, to teach a class you must first contact the author for permission.

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.

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