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Night Sky Ring
Tutorial

made by Kica Bijoux
list of materials
This is the list of
materials and tools
necessary to make 1 ring.
• I've used oxidized copper to create
...
list of tools
•round-nose pliers
•wire cutters
You will also need a
round object to make
your ring round –
take note that ...
Step 1

Take one piece of 22 gauge wire and put bead on it, then
take some object with round diameter (for example pen or
...
Step 2
Now wrap both wires around
the bead (See Diagram).
Wrap as close and tight as
you can.
After step 2 your ring
should look like this.
Step 3
Now repeat step 2.
Wrap wires around
the bead once more.
(my ring looks
good after 2 wraps
but you can also
wrap th...
At this point your ring should look like this:
Step 4

Now wrap the one wire around the base of the ring. Wrap as close to
the „eye of the ring” as you can. Then you can...
Step 5
After step 4 cut the rest of the wire and then repeat the step
using other wire and other/left side of ring. Then c...
And the ring is ready to wear!
The End

If you have any questions concerning this tutorial, please, do not hesitate to
contact me. Thank you for particip...
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Night Sky Ring: Simple Wire Wrapping Diy

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Inspired by the night sky, this romantic copper wire and blue agate ring is so simple to make. Learn this easy wire wrapping technique and you’ll have a shimmering collection of delicate gemstone rings in no time at all!

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Night Sky Ring: Simple Wire Wrapping Diy

  1. 1. Night Sky Ring Tutorial made by Kica Bijoux
  2. 2. list of materials This is the list of materials and tools necessary to make 1 ring. • I've used oxidized copper to create this ring, but it can be any other wire –brass, copper, silver or goldfilled. • 30 cm (11.8’’) of 22 or 23 gauge wire (0.6 mm in diameter) • 1 agate bead – size 6 mm
  3. 3. list of tools •round-nose pliers •wire cutters You will also need a round object to make your ring round – take note that the diameter of the „round” object will be diameter of your ring. You can of course use a mandrel if you have one.
  4. 4. Step 1 Take one piece of 22 gauge wire and put bead on it, then take some object with round diameter (for example pen or small bottle or mandrel) and wrap wire around it as shown in the photos.
  5. 5. Step 2 Now wrap both wires around the bead (See Diagram). Wrap as close and tight as you can.
  6. 6. After step 2 your ring should look like this.
  7. 7. Step 3 Now repeat step 2. Wrap wires around the bead once more. (my ring looks good after 2 wraps but you can also wrap the bead few times more if you think your ring will look better that way:)
  8. 8. At this point your ring should look like this:
  9. 9. Step 4 Now wrap the one wire around the base of the ring. Wrap as close to the „eye of the ring” as you can. Then you can wrap it few more times to make the band look nicer.
  10. 10. Step 5 After step 4 cut the rest of the wire and then repeat the step using other wire and other/left side of ring. Then cut the rest of it. Remember to smooth the cut edges of the wires – it should not scratch your finger when you will wear the ring.
  11. 11. And the ring is ready to wear!
  12. 12. The End If you have any questions concerning this tutorial, please, do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you for participating in this jewelry adventure. www.etsy.com/shop/KicaBijoux kicabijoux@gmail.com

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