Master the expressive art of wire wrapping.
You'll love browsing our wire working tutorials, instructions, and hundreds of wire wrapped design inspirations. Whether you want to create a simple wrapped loop or a fascinatingly intricate design, you'll find everything you need right here.
Riveting With a Wire Rivet
Riveting with a wire rivet (or brad) is a tried-and-true technique for connecting multiple layers of metal. Learn how in this video with Tammy Honaman.
Forming Basic Wire Shapes
Follow along with Sandra Lupo through her step-by-step instructions and discover her methods of creating unique wire shapes to inspire a variety of jewelry designs.
Forming Complex Wire Shapes
Sandra Lupo shares the tips and techniques she uses to create complex wire shapes and forms for jewelry and accessory designs.
Earrings with Czech Fire-Polished Glass Beads and Wirework
Designer: Tammy Honaman, Author, Jewelry-Making Expert and Educator, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads® Wallenda
Open-Ended Necklace, Cufflet and Earring Set with Swarovski® Crystals, Mother-of-Pearl Shell Cabochons and Wirework
Designer: Jude, Jewelry Production Specialist, Marketing Content Development Group, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®
Single-Strand Necklace with Wirework, Alumilite Cabochon and Ruby Gemstone Beads and Component
Designer: Daryl Adams "Freya" Grand Prize Silver Medal Winner
Crochet with Wire
The most popular question any person who sees a design made using beads crocheted on either wire or fiber is: How did you get the bead in the stitch? The second most popular question is: How do I take what I learned from my mom (or my grandmother)...
Jewelry-Making Wire: Non-Precious Metal, Colored and Steel Wires
Wire is a staple ingredient for metalsmiths and most jewelry designers. And whether it's used in a small supporting role or as the star, having a variety of wire on hand will ensure you are prepared for whichever stage direction you are given from...
Wubbers® Pliers - Serious Jewelry Tools with a Sassy Name
With Wubbers, Patti Bullard has invented a better set of pliers that jewelry makers are beating a path to, well, not her door, but to Fire Mountain Gems and Beads to buy her line of Wubbers pliers.