These convenient sized Ultra-Polish Pads are great for removing tarnish, highlighting when using liver of sulfur or silver black, or polishing to a high luster, fast and easy. Leaves no residue. They are made of thin, tight-bond foam with permanently bonded micro-abrasives. A handy, economical polisher that is truly amazing. Squares are 2" x 2" and sold in packs of 20.
Kate is referencing the Pearl Polishing Pads. At JewelryTools.com we carry the Ultra-Polishing Pad, which is the same type of product.
Have you ever wondered what gauge or temper of wire to use? Or have you ever wondered what the term “Assay” means? I’m sure at one time or another we’ve all had some basic questions, so today I thought I’d take you on a tour of our Wire Jewelry Resource Center. So, sit back, grab a cup of hot cocoa and let’s take a tour!
We’re committed to helping you develop into the best wire jewelry artist you can be. Whether that means stocking the highest quality wire, cabs, and beads for your jewelry making, or providing free patterns and daily tips, we want to help you make and sell your jewelry.
Making jewelry is about having fun, meeting new people, and making friends for life. Whether you’re making jewelry for friends you know, for customers on Etsy, or for clients from brides to belly dancers, you’ll find tips and tricks to make your jewelry making experience faster and more enjoyable!
Below you’ll find links to many of the topics that we have in our Resource Center. If you can’t find a topic to answer a question, try searching our Blog by keyword.
Ultimate Tool List – A great list for anyone from the beginner to the advanced wire wrapper!
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This week we take a look at one of our older video tutorials created by Sherrie Lingerfelt. In this short tut she shows us how to make a Rosary Link. If you are new to wire-wrapping this is a great video tutorial on how to make a simple link. Enjoy!
How to create a Rosary Link:
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Today we revisit a great video that we featured a couple of years ago.
John Dyer is one of the biggest names in the gem world. John Dyer’s faceted gems are among the most well-cut I’ve ever seen, and you can tell a John Dyer stone by the tiny “JD” logo cut in a discrete place in the gem.
Video by John Dyer
I hope you enjoy this recent video by John Dyer which explains how a rough stone is taken through the cutting and faceting process to become a brilliant stone, which is then perfect for snapsets and wire prongs for use in wire jewelry.
After watching this video, I think we can all appreciate how much work goes into creating a beautiful gemstone!