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How to Use Beadalon® Double Banding Pliers

Beadalon double banding pliers are used to secure double thickness of square wire. See how these pliers create a double right angle for securing jewelry wire.

Making a Wrapped Loop and Double-Wrapped Loop

Use the double wrapped-loop technique to attach a pendant or charm to a soldered loop on a chain for a secure finish. Link double wrapped loops together to create your own chain then finish with your choice of clasp.

Secrets to a Double Wrapped Loop

Learn how to create a double wrapped loop, a jewelry-making technique that combines the benefit of a secure wrapped loop with the ability to add a charm on something (like chain) already soldered closed.

How to Use the Wubbers® Oval Mandrel Pliers

Learn to make consistent oval jewelry supplies from wire, bezel strips and sheet metal as you follow along with this oval mandrel pliers tutorial led by the inventor of Wubbers® Pliers, Patti Bullard, PhD.

Finishing Memory Wire Jewelry

There are two ways to finish the ends of Memory Wire. You can finish with ball ends or by turning each end into a loop.

Wolf Tools® Groovy Looping Pliers

See how to create consistent same size loops from jewelry wire with the Wolf Tools® Groovy Looping pliers in this product show-and-tell led by in-house jewelry designer Alice Gershowitz.

Opening a Jump Ring

A jump ring is a circle of wire with a split in the middle. To open a jump ring, place a pair of chain-nose pliers or flat-nose pliers on each side of the opening, with one pair positioned at 1:00 and the other at 11:00; open the jump ring by...

How to Use the Wubbers® Half-Round Mandrel Pliers

Follow along with the creator of Wubbers® Pliers to see how the half-round mandrel pliers make it easy to form consistent shapes with jewelry wire for creating complicated designs easily and quickly.

How to Use the Wubbers® Square Mandrel Pliers

Follow along with Patti Bullard, PhD, owner and designer of Wubbers® Pliers as she shows you how to make crisp, consistent square and rectangular shapes in jewelry wire with her square mandrel pliers.

How to Use the Wubbers® Bail-Making and Round Mandrel Pliers

Patti Bullard, PhD, creator of Wubbers® Pliers, shows you how to use the bail and round mandrel pliers to make your own jewelry components for completely handmade jewelry designs.

How to Use the Wubbers® Looping Pliers

Place flush cut end of wire into the jaw of the pliers positioning it even with the edge of the jaw.

How to Use the Wubbers® Triangular Mandrel Pliers

Patti Bullard, PhD--inventor of Wubbers® Pliers--shows how to use the triangular mandrel pliers to form consistent 3-sided jewelry components with wire, bezel strips or sheet metal.

Secrets to Simple Loops

The simple loop is a must-learn basic jewelry-making technique that turns a headpin with beads on it into a beaded dangle or an eyepin into a link. Follow along with step-by-step instructions by expert jewelry maker Tammy Honaman.
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