table of contents

Projects
6 Introduction
8 Wire Primer

10 Tools
14 Techniques
124 Resources
126 Contributor Bios
127 Index

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101 wire earrings

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Randomly Rippled
Green Berets
Dotted Swiss
Hardware Store Chic
Pendulums
Clay Pots
Simple Hoops
Get the Spins
Knots
Marquis
Totems
Fresh Picked Flowers
Chained Gems
Crystals²
Ampersands
Swirled Swirls
Pottery Shard Packages
Faceted Rings
Paisley Floral
Rubber Rings
Chain o’ Rings
Tandem

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Kyanite Teardrops
Contradiction
Silver Wheels
Turquoise Triangles
Ring-dings
Gone Fishin’
Winding Roads
Coil Waves
Barbells
Corkscrews
Confetti
Round & Round
Pacifying Earrings
Copper Crazy
Summer Fling
Entangled
Mobiles
Primitive Wheels
Turning Purple
Framed
Simple Flowers
Little Gems

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Orbital
Long Rounds
Going Green
Double Silver Circles
Black + White + Red All Over
Unexpected
Raku Bricks
Black Moons
Archeological Digs
Bell Flowers
Celtic Curls
Switching Gears
Trapeze
Coiled Coils
Copper Corkscrews
Flourish
Nisshu
Envy
Easy Hoops
Pebbles
Summer Blooms
Rings of Glass

90 Silvered Saturns
91 Frivolously Fringed
92 Glitterati
93 Blue by You
93 Cheery O’s
94 Asian Influence
95 Swingers
96 Stickball
97 Free Wheelin’
97 Simplify
98 Copper Sticks
99 Learning Curve
100 Let’s Hook Up
101 Encircled
102 Square Off
103 Golden Rings
104 Ribbons
105 This Way + That
106 Vintage
107 Steel Starbursts
108 Stacked
109 Cascades

110 Water Drops
111 Winding Roads
112 Lanterns
113 Double Coil Posts
114 Ovoids
115 Climbing Vines
116 Copper Sparks
117 Planets
118 Seawater
119 Pearl Nests
120 Carnelian Coils
121 Ancient Glass Orbs
122 Steel Magnolias

1 0 1 w i r e e arr i n g s

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1 0 1 w i r e e arr i n g s

If you can do the techniques
outlined in this book, you can
make all of these earrings!
On each pair of earrings, you’ll see one of the
three symbols below. These symbols represent the
approximate time each pair will take to make. If you
need a quick gift or want to practice the techniques
you’ve just learned, go for something in Level 1.
If you have more time on your hands or want more
of a challenge, try a pair from Level 2 or 3.

Level 1:

5 to 10 minutes

Level 2:

10 to 20 minutes

Level 3:

20 to 30 minutes

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