Woven in Wire Jewelry: Scribble Earrings
The Scribble earrings from Sarah Thompson’s awe-inspiring book Woven in Wire are a simple yet show-stopping project to get you started with the art of woven wire jewelry. Her students unanimously agree, and we think you will too!
A perfect example of subtle sculpting, the Scribble earrings will show you how to sculpt flattened wire instead of sculpting your weave. This technique is a great way to draw attention to the fluid movement of the shaped wire. Add a simple bead as the dangle for an everyday look, or add a set of elegant gems for special occasion earrings.
These jaw-dropping earrings featuring modified Soumak weave will have everyone asking for a pair! Adding new skills to your wire jewelry repertoire has never been so easy. Sarah’s step-by-step instructions make wire weaving so fun, you’ll want to start the next project right away.
Earrings shown measure 3”, including the dangle.
15″ of sterling silver 14-gauge wire
18″ of fine silver 18-gauge wire
12″ of sterling silver 20-gauge wire
6″ of fine silver 24-gauge wire
14′ of fine silver 28-gauge wire
two 2mm sterling silver round beads
two beads or gems for the dangle
1.25 mm hole punch pliers
butane micro torch
tile or rimmed cookie sheet
liver of sulfur
0000 steel wool
brass bristle brush
Adorn yourself with woven works of artistic wire jewelry like the Scribble Earrings from Woven in Wire!
Find this and other wonderful woven wire projects in Woven in Wire!