How to Wire Wrap Bail Pattern

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Our friends are asking for another tutorial on how to Wire Wrap Bail.
This simple Bail, formed from a single piece of wire is easy to make and very versatile. It can be used for any top drilled stone, donut or as the finishing touch for a pendant.
There is no need to worry, because this FREE TUTORIAL is for everybody from beginner to advanced.
materials needed:
8″ 18 gauge soft, round wire
1 top drilled focal bead, drop, donut or pendant

Tools:

 

Chain nose pliers
Round nose pliers
Wire cutters
Flat nose pliers
Nylon jaw pliers
8mm mandrel (wooden dowel, pen, knitting needle or similar)
Tape measure

Have you got all the materials and tools at hand? You are good to go!
 

Fire Mountain Gems and Beads

 

 

 

 

for this Wire Wrap Bail Pattern by Abby Hook
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