Place a briolette on the 28g wire about 1" from the end. Bend both wires up towards the top of the stone, cross them at the top of the stone and where they meet straighten the 2 wires so they sit side by side. Bend both wires to make a 90 degree angle, place your round nose pliers at the top of the bend and wrap both wires around in a loop. Secure the loop by wrapping the 2 wires around the wires below the loop and onto the stone, alternating each until the tail of the short end runs out. Wrap firmly and keep the tension on the wire as you go. Continue to wrap around the stone until the wires coming from the hole are covered. Trim the ends and reshape the loop on the round nose pliers if needed. This twisted briolette has flat sides and corners and is a little more difficult to wrap than a more rounded drop, the tension needs to be tighter than normal wrapping. Once you let go of the wire it does spring back and you may need to cut off the last wrap. Do this for both stones.