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All posts tagged "frame"
Daily Wire Tip Dec. 14: Easy Wire Wrapping Ideas
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip for December 14, 2010 Question: I want to learn how to wire wrap a stone that doesn’t have a drilled hole. I am a beginner at this. Do you have any DVDs...
- Posted December 13, 2010
Daily Wire Tip: Silver Temper for Stone Pendants
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip Question: What is the best temper of sterling silver wire; dead-soft verses half-hard for wire wrapping semi-precious stones both rough and faceted? Probably into pendants. I have been working with copper splashes...
- Posted December 12, 2010
Daily Wire Tip: Wrapping Ungirdled Cabs
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip Question: I have a lot of cabs, but they don’t have the girdled edge, and are hard to wire wrap. Do you have any suggestions? -Kris in Woodinville, Washington Answer: To make...
- Posted October 16, 2010
Daily Wire Tip March 3: Wrapping Small Stones
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip March 03, 2010 Question: I was given two very fiery opal cabs that measure 9 x 6 mm. Can I wire wrap something this size and this fragile? What else can I...
- Posted March 3, 2010
Daily Wire Tip Feb. 22: Where to Place Wraps on Free-Form Pieces
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip February 22, 2010 Question: When wire-wrapping, how do you decide where to put the wraps, especially on a free-form piece? Answer: In my opinion, the easiest way to decide where to place the...
- Posted February 22, 2010
Daily Wire Tip Feb. 14: Framing a Stone with a Sharp Point
Daily Wire Jewelry Making Tip February 14, 2010 Question: How do you make a frame for a stone with a sharp point at the bottom? Answer: To make a frame for a stone that has a sharp point...
- Posted February 14, 2010