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Creating an Adjustable Length Necklace

  The image on the right illustrates a traditional sliding knot clasp. When using a sliding knot,  I like to resolve the ends of the cord with beads. The sliding knot clasp is one of the most efficient and economical … Continue reading

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Constructing Unit Form Necklaces

   The example illustrated here was inspired by my “Greek Link.” To see the original  design, please watch my video on “How to Create the Greek Link.” The Unit Form Necklace illustrated here evolved from my experiments with pendants that combined … Continue reading

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Using a Jig to Reproduce a Specific Design

One of the most effective ways to reproduce a wire jewelry design that was originally created using free-hand techniques is to construct a wooden jig for that specific design. The jig provides the means to re-create each bend of the wire and … Continue reading

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