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03 Findings

03 Findings

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Findings

"Finding" is a word used to describe any non-bead fastener or other jewelry component
used to create jewelry. It is hard to find a piece of jewelry that does not incorporate some
kind of finding - we give a run-down on some of the most typically used types here.
Although we don't present an exhaustive list, we do show some of the findings that have
been specified in our patterns.

Findings
Head Pins:Head pins are used to create dangles

or earrings. They are lengths of wire with a pin
head on one end. Once you stack beads onto the
head pin, you can make a loop at the tail end to
complete the component. Head pins come in
various lengths, usually expressed in inches.

Eye Pins:Eye pins are used to create beaded

components that link to other components at each
end. They are lengths of wire with a loop on one
end. Once you stack beads onto the head pin, you
can make a loop at the tail end to complete the
component. Head pins come in various lengths,
usually expressed in inches.

Jump Rings: A jump ring is a metal ring that is

not soldered shut so that it can link jewelry
components together. Use 2 pairs of pliers to open
the jump ring and to press it shut.

Jump rings come in various sizes, often expressed
in millimeters.

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