Jewelry Made with Wire & Fiber. I hope you had a chance to read Cyndi’s review of my book! If you haven’t, it's at the link.
I have a cool little earrings project to share! Here’s a snazzy pair of earrings that’s perfect for a girl on the go.
Here’s how you can make them:
Step 1: Cut 5 in of 4mm flat fiber cord and coil it three times. Use a beading awl to make a hole where the cord overlaps.
Step 2: Insert a 1 in. head pin thru the hole.
Step 3: Make a 3mm simple loop and attach an earring hook to it. Set the component aside.
Step 4: Make a simple loop and set the component aside.
Step 5: Cut a 3 in. length of 22 gauge half-hard wire. Make a 8mm simple loop at one end. String a decorative bead and make a 3mm simple loop with the remaining wire.
Attach the larger simple loop to the fiber cord loop and a tassel to the smaller simple loop. Make a second earring to complete the set and you’re ready to go!
If you loved this design, check out my book Jewelry Made with Wire & Fiber. Also, be sure to check out my Facebook Live show, Beads & Bubbles, @beadsandbubbles.
Happy beading friends!