Today we’re making an Adjustable Triangle Ring!
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Tools and Materials:
- 18 gauge, half-hard round wire
- Wire cutters
- Chain nose pliers
- Ring Mandrel
- Square nose pliers
- Bead Smith Mandrel 4K tool or you can use pliers to make the triangles
Cut approximately 12 inches of 18 gauge half-hard round wire.
Loosely find the middle of the wire. I like to hold the ends together and make kind of an oval.
Hold the wire in the middle with squared pliers. Then fold the wire down forming a square.
If you don’t have this tool, you can make two bends using your chain nose pliers.
Figure out what size ring you would like to make. You’ll wrap around the size smaller. This ring is adjustable, but it’s a little better to have the ring a little too small and adjust it larger than the other way.
I hold my thumb on the bent square part and wrap the two ends around. The loose ends will be on the outside of the square piece.
Trim off the wire so it’s approximately an inch and a half past the point where it’s parallel with the square part.
Use the triangle mandrel from the Mandrel 4X to form a triangle going away from the ring on each end.
If you don’t have this tool, form a triangle using your pliers.
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