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2003 Aug 3

WigJig Jewelry Tools Presents our Jewelry Making Newsletter for Aug 3, 2003:

We are continuing to improve our newsletter, so please feel free to provide feedback at  We seem to be making progress in finding a file format that everyone can view.  I have included the file format for each image next to the image.  Please contact us if you are unable to view some of our pictures. 


We update the items we have "On Sale" with every newsletter.  A small sample of the products we currently have for sale at a discount are shown below.  Please click on any of the text below the pictures to view our entire list of sale items.  Quantities are limited for these items so please shop early.  This sale will be effective from August 3rd through August 15th, 2003.  Please note that we have 6mm Swarovski Cream Rose Crystal Pearls on sale.  These are among my personal favorites.



With every newsletter we provide a free design from WigJig University to spur the creative juices.  This newsletter's free design is design for Ashleigh's Earrings shown at right. These are post earrings made from 20G Sterling Silver wire for the post and 18G wire for the earring body. Instructions for making these earrings using our WigJig jewelry tools and jewelry wire can be found here.


Ashleigh's Earrings


Bonus Free Design:

Here is a bonus free design.  This necklace is made from our Jewel Tone Bead Slices mix of beads.  Select here to view this project.



Jewelry Making Technique of the week:

Our WigJig University wire-working technique for this newsletter is how to twist wire.  Select here to view a web page shows several techniques for twisting two pieces of wire together.  With round wire twisting doesn't show well unless you twist two pieces of wire together.  The results are shown in the piece at right.

With square wire, you can twist one piece of wire by itself.  Select here to view square wire twisted by itself and made into wire components.  Twisting a single piece of wire can be done by tightening both ends of the wire in two Pin Vises and holding one stationary while you roll the other in a consistent direction.  Stop twisting when the twist is even for the length of the wire.


Twisted Wire



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