Custom Name Necklace with Rhinestone Letters

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HERRINGBONE WEAVE JEWELRY\rLarge, shimmering white pearls and luscious sterling silver... mmm, so nice.\r\rUsing a technique used for French beaded flowers, as well as basketry, sterling silver wire is used to form a frame, then more sterling silver wire is woven back and forth around the frame to create a woven diamond shape.\r\rSmaller pearls are encased in sterling wire and used to bring it all together. All hand wrapped loops form a bracelet that will last for generations, there are no seams anywhere in the bracelet. Very sturdy.\r\rThe unique hand crafted toggle is made from 16 gauge sterling silver that is hand spiraled, then hand forged and textured to create a dramatic toggle that becomes a focal point of the piece.\r\rTutorial covers pendant, bracelet and earrings!!\r\r\r************************************************************\rIn this e-guide tutorial, you will learn all these basic techniques:\r\r- the herringbone weave \r- wrapped loops\r- spirals\r- making your own ear wires\r- a big beautiful hand crafted sterling silver toggle\r- hammering\r- oxidizing silver\r- polishing\r\rNo soldering, no glues, no machines. Learn wire working techniques with precise, step-by-step directions and photos.\r\rChange the look by using combinations of sterling silver, gold filled, smooth and twisted wire.\r\rEverything you need to know to complete all this great bracelet, precise step-by-stop directions with close up, detailed photos.\r\rPHOTOS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY \rThe bracelet shown is made with sterling silver and oxidized to emphasize details.\r\r\rPLEASE RESPECT the creative and intellectual property of this tutorial. DO NOT mass produce, or share this tutorial in any way. DO NOT print and distribute, DO NOT post the tutorial in forums, blogs, websites, etc. \r\rYou may sell the jewelry you make from this tutorial, but please don\u2019t MASS produce. Please give credit to where you learned the design. You may post YOUR photos of jewelry YOU make with this tutorial, and again, please give credit to where you learned it from. \r\rI hope that you will enjoy learning a new technique or design. If you have any questions, corrections, comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact me., tutorials

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