13 Rings with Eva Sherman using Wire Coiling, Wire Bezeling, and Organic Wire Techniques
Eva Sherman shows you how to create numerous organic ring designs in 13 Rings Using Wire Coiling, Wire Bezeling, and Organic Wire Techniques her DVD combining all of her ring-making video downloads in one. Discover ways to use thin-gauge wire as well as heavier-gauge wire. Incorporate any number of accents including crystals, beads or pearls into your own jewelry creations. Form flawlessly by annealing or not. Plus, explore jewelry designs that use copper which is both fashionable and inexpensive.
Order your copy of 13 Rings today to:
- Explore working with both thin wire and heavier-gauge wire to make beautiful wire ring projects.
- Learn tips for crafting a concentric flat spiral successfully with annealing tips for successful forming.
- Create a beautiful bezel perfect for featuring cabochons and gemstone beads.
- Make two different wire shanks: the double wire or wire-wrapped double wire.
- Discover how to use coiled wire as a structural and decorative element.
Learn more about each individual workshop:
Freeform Organic Wire Rings -
Learn how to make two rings out of wire, with no soldering needed! These techniques are perfect for novices interested in learning more about wire-working as well as experts in the market for tips and tricks that will help them create unique rings that are quick and easy! Plus, by learning these techniques in copper you get cost-effective practice and can easily move into silver.
Coiled Wire Rings -
Create uniquely coiled copper rings perfect for beginning jewelry artists wanting learn wireworking techniques and experts looking for projects that are fast and cost effective. Start by learning how to create a wire coil using steel music wire as a mandrel. After you remove the coil from the mandrel start creating spiral ring designs that all feature stylish focal points that you can easily customize.
Fast & Fashionable Rings
Explore detailed steps for creating three different ring designs. Begin by learning tips for forming a ring shank and top it with your favorite bead. Next, advance to the flower power ring that wraps beads into a pleasing floral shape. Finally, finish with a cocktail ring that has added bling with the addition of Swarovski crystals.
Wire Bezeled Stone Rings
Learn two versions of Eva Sherman's "Ring of Fire" design. Showcasing a beautiful gemstone bead or cabochon, you'll learn how to modify this design to fit both types of stone. Begin by learning techniques for making a wire ring band and then feature a bead in a woven wire bezel. Then, modify the technique to use metal sheet and cabochon to create a sturdy variation. At the end of this 48-minute video you'll have two beautiful rings made from copper wire!
Variations on a Wire Flat-Spiral Ring
Discover three designs that incorporate spirals as a stylish focal. Begin by learning how to form two wires into a beautiful concentric flat wire spiral, then use it as a focal or embellishment. Add a lampwork bead for added pop. Plus, learn how to create two wire shanks: double wire and a wrapped double wire. Plus, with added tips for successful annealing and finishing, you'll learn important techniques you can incorporate into future projects!
About the artist:
Eva Sherman began beading as a way to spend time with her daughters but soon became hopelessly addicted. In 2005 she traded her architectural career for the opportunity to spend all her time among beads, and opened Grand River Bead Studio in Cleveland, Ohio. Eva now happily spends most days in the studio, creating, writing, and teaching, but has been known to take her show on the road. She has discovered an affinity for working with wire and metals, and prefers to design in an organic and unstructured style.
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