I've made rosette rings before. It is what I would call an inevitable design. It starts with wrapping a length of wire around a mandrel and twisting the ends together. It seems logical to keep spiraling the wire ends to form a rosette. I also used finer wires and twisted together. But I never did think to go beyond rings with these rosettes!
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Linda Jones over at the Wire Workers Guild did and came up with this lovely and colorful rosette bracelet. She starts with a wire rosette ring and only twists the wire ends together after she gets the spiral going.
What she does after forming the ring is to cut the ring band! Clever because she then uses the wire ends there to make wrapped loops!
The basic tutorial is worth mastering because you can incorporate the rosette into different designs. Linda has many inspirational examples in her post.
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