Nbeads Tutorials on How to Make Wire Wrapping Pendant with Gemstone Cabochon

Summary: Nice to see you all again, Can you imagine making a beautiful pendant with just two wires and a gemstone cabochon? Follow my steps and you can too!

Date : Nov 29, 2022

Materials and tools needed:


Gemstone Cabochons


Copper Jewelry Wire  21 Gauge, 0.7mm

Copper Jewelry Wire  26 Gauge, 0.4mm

Steel Beading Needles

Instructions on how to make the Wire Wrapping Pendant with Gemstone Cabochon:

Step 1:

1st First, we use a coil to make the first knot, and then add two more wires under the thread and wrap it with thin wire. Then we put in a Gemstone Cabochon and use pliers to press out the outer circle of iron wire of suitable size. At the bottom position we use a thin wire to fix it. (as shown in the figure).

2nd After fixing, we take one of the threads and outline the shape of a four-leaf clover to support the Gemstone Cabochon. Then we take two more wires to shape, build the shape we want, and fix it with thin wires. (as shown in the picture)

Step 2:

1st. When we have completed the above steps, we can repeat the steps just now for the remaining four wires to wrap around the inner circle. (as shown in the picture)

2nd. After the last six wires are wound, we continue to wrap them around with thin wires, and finally you will get a very beautiful Wrapping Pendant. (as shown in the picture)

Isn't it interesting? Come and give it a try! You can use the same method to make other beautiful pendant!

Can't wait to share other jewelry making tutorials with you. See you next time!

Material Information

Item Description Size Actual quantity Stock Price/Unit

0.4mm Copper Wire(X-CWIR-Q006-0.4mm-KC)

0.4mm Copper Wire(X-CWIR-Q006-0.4mm-KC)

Weight: 17.000000g Unit: 1Roll

-- 1Roll 14 Unit US $1.31

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0.7mm Copper Wire(X-CWIR-Q006-0.7mm-KC)

0.7mm Copper Wire(X-CWIR-Q006-0.7mm-KC)

Weight: 16.000000g Unit: 1Roll

-- 1Roll 11 Unit US $0.83

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