Amphora Leather Cuff

These beautiful and minimal elements can be made with round-nose and bail forming fliers, but now you can whip up perfectly matched multiples with 'Now That's a Jig!'. Once finished, you can create the Amphora Leather Cuff for an ancient Greek vibe.
SKU: EP14726

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These beautiful and minimal elements can be made with round-nose and bail forming fliers, but Now That's a Jig! makes it easy to whip up perfectly matched multiples. Make up a handful, and then stitch them to a leather cuff for an ancient Greek vibe.

Required Tools and Supplies:

  • 18-gauge silver-filled wire, 35"
  • Leather cuff (2" × 9"), small/medium, black
  • Irish waxed linen, 4-ply, Country Red, 44"
  • NTaJ! Amphora Leather Cuff pattern templates (download at www.Now-Thats-a-Jig.com)
  • Printable vellum paper
  • Now That's a Jig! StartrKit (JigBed, Bracket, Starter Peg Pak, Screwdrivr, StartrMemo)
  • NTaJ! PatternPunchr & CornerTaks
  • 1/16" MicroPegs, 2
  • NTaJ! SwiveLok (optional)
  • NTaJ! WireLiftr (optional)
  • Ruler
  • Flush cutters
  • Round-nose pliers (optional)
  • Chain-nose pliers, 2 pair
  • Chasing hammer (or utility hammer for dark annealed steel)
  • Bench block or small anvil
  • Needle file
  • Liver of sulfur (eXtended Life Gel)
  • Steel wool, 00, and Renaissance wax for cleaning and sealing dark annealed steel versions
  • White charcoal pencil (or very fine Sharpie marker for lighter colors)
  • Leather punch, set to 1.25mm
  • Bead Stringing Glue (optional)
Originally Published: Step by Step Wire Jewelry, June/July 2016

Additional Info
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SKU EP14726
Author/Speaker/Editor Brenda Schweder
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Number Of Pages 0
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ISBN 13 N/A
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Product Type Pattern Download
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