One of the most commonly used techniques in jewelry making is turning a loop at the end of a head pin. For long time beaders this a skill which you have most likely mastered, but for new beaders, this can lead to frustration. We know that when we started it was often difficult to determine exactly h
It seems as though whenever we finish a beading project I always find myself with random beads which are left over. More often than not these beads get tossed into my “someday I will use these” bucket. Here is a quck and easy wire wrapped ring tutorial that will help you find a home for all those
Supplies 2 x 14 inches of 2mm leather cord (one of each color) 2 Bead caps or cones 2 inches of 24 gage silver wire 2 x 6mm jump rings Tierracast toggle clasp Directions 1. Cut leather into four 7 inch pieces 2. Combine two pieces (one of each color) and fold them in half creating a 1 inch loop. 3.