Wire Wrapped Jewelry Design on How to Make a Dreamcather Necklace with Turquoise Step by Step
Summary: Have you ever heard dreamcather? Today’s tutorial is totally about how to make a dreamcather necklace step by step.
With turquoise beads and golden copper wires at hands, you are able to make a dainty dreamcather necklace within 15 minutes. It looks so elegant and very suit to office lady. Now, let’s start to learn how to make a dreamcather necklace step by step!
Materials needed in dreamcatcher necklace DIY:
Instructions for dreamcatcher necklace DIY:
Step 1: Wrap a circle frame for the dreamcather necklace
1st, cut off about 10cm 0.8mm copper wire, then wrap the wire around a cylinder several turns, and take it out of the cylinder;
2nd, cut about 35cm 0.3mm copper wire, and wrap it around the circle until the circle is full with 0.3mm copper wire, then cut the extra wire.
Step 2: Wire wrap the dreamcather focal for the necklace
1st, cut off another 40cm 0.3mm copper wire, fix it to the circle by wrapping around the circle several turns;
2nd, follow the specific diagrams to wrap the copper wire, then you will get a regular pentagon as left bottom picture shows;
3rd, wrap the 0.3mm copper wire around the regular pentagon in the same method;
4th, slide a turquoise bead onto the wire, and fix the end by wrapping several turns.
Step 3: Finish dreamcather necklace DIY:
1st, use jump rings to attach two Tibetan style pendant to the wire wrapped dreamcather;
2nd, cut two brass chains as the length of 20cm, then use jump rings to attach them to the wire wrapped dreamcather as picture shows;
3rd, use a lobster clasp to connect both brass chain ends.
Here is the final look of dreamcather necklace DIY:
Tada! This tutorial on how to make a dreamcather necklace step by step is done! I guess some of you may wonder why not use 0.5mm copper wire to make this dreamcather necklace DIY. In fact, I have tried and the wire wrapping work was really difficult to handle. Therefore I recommend you to use 0.3mm copper wire. Have a nice try!