The Interweaving

Hmmm . . . something about this name sounds familiar! Not only does this project have a GREAT name, but it is also adorable and fascinating!

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Who would have thought that fiber and metal would make such a dynamic duo? The contrast that is added to these earrings is undeniable! Weaving, dyeing, and metalworking are classic jewelry-making techniques, and you can practice all of them. Get started, there so many metal and fiber colors to choose from!

Required Materials:
22-gauge ⅜" x ¾" copper sheet, 2 pieces, 24-gauge half hard sterling wire, 18", recycled banana fi ber, 5", and ½" turquoise beads, 2.
Tools Needed:
Metal file, chasing hammer, 1.8mm hole punch, steel bench block, ball peen hammer, chain nose pliers, flush cutters, butane mini torch, and plastic containers, 2.
Originally Published: Step by Step Wire Jewelry, August/September 2010.

SKU: EP3336

Author/Speaker/Editor: Mary Jane Dodd

Format: eProject