Saturday, January 12, 2013

Wire Wrapped Daisy Chain Jewelry Tutorial

One of the first things I learned when I started beading was the daisy flower!  But you don't have to be into bead work to appreciate this simple flower motif.  Check out Linda's A is for Apple Flower tutorial over on the WireWorkers Guild blog.

This design is suitable for wire work beginners as the construction is simple.  The motifs are easily used single fashion as for earrings and rings or modified using additional beads as shown in her tutorial.

As with many great introductory tutorials, hers lends itself to more elaborate and creative designs as shown by her wire wrapped neckwire below.  Yes, take the basic concept and fly with it!

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Divya N said...

great tute thanks for sharing

Almost Precious said...

I like the look of this piece, very sweet and feminine. The tutorial also is quite clear and I think that even I could (perhaps) do this . . . and I have just the beads in mind,some pink, fiber optic cat's eye. :)

Karen Alleman said...

I gotta say, I envisioned the bottom picture as an earring rather than a choker. It would be beautiful on short hair women.

Pearl Blay said...

Yes,do try! It is an easy one and all sorts of beads will work. The fiber optic cat's eye is an excellent idea.

Pearl Blay said...

Yes! It can indeed be worked in as an earring! It's amazing how many creative beaders like yourself can see the potential in the featured designs.

Willi said...

Very pretty design. The tutorial is very well done.

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