Funny how our memories can keep us inspired on our own creative path as we master different skills… The idea of overlapping circles row came to me many months before (and that’s not so long ago that I realized that actually I know that pattern from my childhood: my mom used to wear such earrings with sunny amber in the middle… I haven’t seen much jewelry using the pattern since then, so I thought it would be great to make the technique more popular.
I have made my best to carefully choose the project and to provide you with a lesson requiring easy-to-find tools and available premade materials. Everything needed is presented in 13 pages (27 steps, 52 detailed photos).
BONUS: I have also included the essential information on making silver headpins for those who want to learn more.
This project will bring you compliments. Do not hesitate to experiment!
sterling silver closed jump rings of 20mm,
3.7 mm sterling silver jump rings,
sterling silver headpins of 0.4mm (26 ga),
sterling silver wire of 0.25mm (30 ga),
sterling silver wire of 0.5 mm (24 ga),
4mm faceted round Swarovski beads,
Detailed quantities are provided in the lesson.
If you need the lever-backs as shown in the tutorial, you will find them in my shop:
round nose pliers, bent nose pliers, wire cutters, hammer, anvil, sheet of paper, pencil,
OPTIONAL: masking tape or marker, torch or gas stove, flux, bowl of water, pickling solution, and if you want to make circle bases yourself: torch and everything needed for soldering.
The tutorial shows how to make dangle earrings with fuchsia stones.
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