Woven Triangle Pendant

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Learn to weave with wire while making this striking pendant. This tutorial includes step by step photos in full color and textual descriptions of each step.


This intricate pendant is actually quite easy to make. It is also a great introduction to weaving with wire. Once you complete this project you can make all kinds of woven wire projects of your own design.

The photo above represents the exact pendant that is taught in this tutorial. Other photos in the gallery below are variations that you can easily make after you complete this tutorial.

This tutorial has evolved over 18 years of teaching wire work and years of teaching classes on this pendant design. In the process I have identified and resolved many of the difficulties wire workers meet in weaving with wire. I am always looking for better, easier ways to accomplish anything. I have reworked this design over and over until I made it as easy to complete as I can.

This extensive tutorial contains over 33 pages with 70 step by step full color photos. The photos are high-resolution so you can magnify them with clarity. This one is also easily followed if you print it in black and white. You do not need to print all the pages! I recommend looking it over and then print the few pages that you will really need to complete the project.

Check out the slide show of the pieces you could create from this wire jewelry tutorial. See the list of supplies at the bottom of the page.

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Very little experience is required. However, I consider this to be an intermediate level tutorial. Some wire experience would be useful. See the Prerequisites below.

This tutorial covers every step bend by bend in full color photos and textual explanations.

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Wire – sterling silver, copper or gold-filled
♦  6 1/2” round half-hard (or dead soft) 18 gauge wire
♦  5 1/2” round half-hard (or dead soft) 18 gauge wire
♦  4 feet round dead soft 24 gauge wire
♦  1 foot round dead soft 22 gauge wire

♦  18mm x 10mm Swarovski cosmic crystal (optional). You can substitute with any other flat shape bead

♦ Round nose pliers
♦ Flat nose or chain nose pliers
♦ Flush wire cutter
♦ Graph paper – you can Google “graph paper” and find some to print for free.

♦ You should already know these basic wire skills NOT covered in this tutorial
♦ Basic handling of tools.
♦ You should be able to make a spiral. This skill is covered in many other places and is not included in this tutorial. You can learn this in my Wire Whimsy Tutorial and in my One-Wire Chandelier Earrings tutorial.
♦ You should be able to make a bail. You can use a jump ring or make a figure 8 (infinity loops) or you can make something more complex. The figure 8 is contained within this tutorial.
♦ Oxidizing, antiquing, or apply a patina (optional)