Tutorials – a classy collection from XQDesigns


Wire coiling is one of the various techniques you can do making wire jewelry. We have used this technique on many of XQDesign’s handmade jewelry tutorials and you have seen this technique on a lot of jewelry designs. We have also thought you how to coil on one of the articles we’ve featured, “Jewelry Making Tip: Wire work coiling and FREE tutorial.” For some handmade jewelry artisans, they use the term wrapping in replacement of the word, “coiling,” but nonetheless, the process is still the same.Classy Coiled Earrings

This is one of XQDesign’s coiled tutorials. The design is based on the coiling technique that surrounds the pearl, which added texture and design to the whole piece. This design only requires minimum materials and offers some good tips on wireworks suitable for beginners.

Here’s something to match the earrings!

The same coiling technique is used to create this bracelet. The bracelet is composed of coiled wires linked together to form a bracelet and even beginners can re-create this bracelet.

These classy collections will be included in our DIY Beading Club Membership Package. Actually, the Coiled Jump Rings Bracelet is already included in our 4th Month Lesson Plan and we’ll have the Classy Coiled Earrings in future lesson plans. But if you like to learn them now, you can visit this LINK for Classy Coiled Earrings and this LINK for Coiled Jump Rings Bracelet and create your own classy set of handmade wired jewelries.



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