How to make Wire Wrap Drop Earrings – Knitters and Drummers will love them!

Wire wrapped earrings

Wire wrapped earrings

Are you a jewelry maker that just so happens to know some knitters or drummers? Or maybe you are a knitter or drummer yourself. Either way, you will get a kick out of making these wire wrapped dropped earrings because you’ll be using a size 19 knitting needle or drum stick.  Granted, unusual tools for a jewelry maker to use, but they help form the shape that makes these wire frames unique.

To get to the full instructions on how to make these wire wrap earrings, just click on over here. I was recently selected by Craftsy to join their jewelry blogging team and this is my first post for them!  Once a month I will be posting jewelry making tutorials on their jewelry making blog on their very crafty website. Oh, and if you haven’t seen it yet, I also have one of my first sewing patterns for sale on Craftsy as well. Here is the link to the “Memory Lane Tote.”  It’s a large and roomy bag with a interesting fabric texture on the outside.

I’ll still be posting free sewing patterns, home DIY projects and other jewelry making projects here on my blog.  But I was just so honored to join the Craftsy team, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity!

evening walk

(My husband went for a walk on this Mexican beach and picked up the cute little piece of wood you see in the pictures.)

Wire wrapped earrings

Tierra Cast is the manufacturer of the feather charms.  They are are pretty easy to find on the internet, along with the faux turquoise beads I used.  If you’ve done wire wrapping before, these should be pretty simple.  If you’ve never made jewelry before, these wire wrap earrings might be a bit of a challenge, but hey, give them a try anyway!

Comments

  1. Gretchen says:

    Congratulations! I’m sure we’ll all enjoy your work here on your blog and on Cratfsy, too!
    Beautiful earrings!

  2. Joyce Morrow says:

    Congratulations on the Craftsy relationship and to Caftsy to being smart enough to latch on to talented you. Best Wishes, Joyce

  3. Joanne Duetsch says:

    Love Craftsy and take jewelry making courses.. Will definitely make these earrings …. Will follow your blog…. Thank you …. You have just inspired me to do wire work ….

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