DIY Knot a Ring instructions teaches you step by step, how to form a great looking knot ring from one piece of wire and minimal tools.
*Featured in April/May 2014 issue of Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine*
This listing is for the instructions to make this piece of jewelry, not the actual pieces, materials, or tools. You will receive a download link immediately after completing your purchase. The initial project is rated as high level beginner to intermediate, but also includes more advanced variations; 2 wire knots and ½ round wire knots.
Altering the number of wraps on the mandrel, metal used, how tightly the knot is pulled, and choosing to oxidize or not, creates a very satisfying variety of looks in this ring. Also try using 18g for a ladies ring and a heavier gauge for a man’s ring, and create a beautiful his and hers set of bands.
You not only learn to make a great looking ring, but valuable techniques on affecting ring sizes, and working on a ring mandrel.
❤️"Excellent tutorial. Very easy to follow."❤️ ❤️" I had so much fun making this ring! Turned out just like the picture. Not bad ,for a beginner"❤️ ❤️" Loved this tutorial, love this ring. The tutorial was easy to follow and very well done. It's a tricky ring, but after a few tries, I made one that was nearly perfect. Thank you!!"❤️
►It is suggested that you tie at least one ring in copper or similar inexpensive wire before moving on to Sterling or GF, and definitely before moving on to ½ round wire.◄
►►►Certified Copyright Registration Number : TX 7-264-562
It is 20 pages with 26 steps in the Basic Knot (the included variations have extra steps) and 79 crisp, clear, detailed photographs. The file size is 2.32MB.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all!!! wrap happy, Bobbi
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