Thanks for sharing the technique. I'll have to try it. And your jewelry is very pretty! I love the "Glowing Embers" necklace you posted on eTatters. Lovely!
What a fun tute! Thanks for sharing!
A simple but oh so effective technique! Thank you for sharing.
Marilee, you have so much to share with all of us! Would you consider teaching some classes this summer? I'd gladly make the drive!
Thanks for sharing. Very clear directions and the pictures are very professional.
Wow, glad you all liked the tutorial! Somebody did ask me a long time ago how to do this. I don't even remember how I figured it out - I must have got the idea from somebody's site, but the memory eludes me. Well, at least the "creative side" of my brain seems to be doing better than my memory, LOL.Diane, I am so flattered that you want to drive several hours to take a class from me! I will seriously think about getting some kind of workshop prepared.
Very nice! I printed this out in .pdf for my "techniques" file. Thanks!
This is very useful information. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, Marty and tattycat. Just realized the first ring is a normal ring rather than a split ring, but you get the idea :-)
Marilee, you do such great tutorials. Your excellent photos make everything so easy to understand! I've scheduled a link to this post to go live on my blog mid-day Sunday (Central USA time), December 21. I hope it brings you a few extra visitors.Denisehttp://needlework.craftgossip.com
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