Judy Larson is a frequent contributor of wonderful wire and metal work tutorials here on this blog.  She wrote in an email not too long ago, "As I said last time I wrote, I am trying to clean up all the folders on my computer and get things where they might belong or do the most good. Hope you can use these tutorials from 8-9 years ago. 

 I have no photos other than what are in the word documents, so hopefully these may work for you. I took photos and notes when making the seahorse and wrote directions in case I wanted to make it again. It was easy to make, but since I get easily side tracked with other things, I never made another one. Maybe someone else will want to make one."

I reckon someone out there would!  So thanks, Judy,  for having the foresight to take pictures and notes of the steps even if you never got around to making another one! Our jewelry making community is grateful for the share. 

I have uploaded the seahorse one to Slideshare. You can download the PDF there by following the link and scroll to the bottom for the download button.  The second tutorial will be shared at a later date.

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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM