The Viking Knit Jewelry Embellishments ebook tutorial was born out of my love of color. I enjoy making viking knit (soothing to make the stitches), but I wanted more than just a chain. I wanted something that would stand out, something that said, “look at me!”.
I played around for quite awhile, and started using colored wire this time. I quickly learned about how it works, compared to copper or brass wire. And I used it to make some really fun pieces of jewelry.
So colored wire — what else? Embellishments were the next logical step in “upping the game” (so to speak).
Beads were my first thought. And while I have used seed beads in the viking knit in my previous ebook (Intro to Viking Knit Jewelry), I hadn’t used larger beads before. Now was the time to experiment!
And experiment I did.
In all my experimentation (which I did over several months), I learned about using colored wire. Using multiple wires. Ideas for end caps. And here’s what I teach you.
There’s lots in the ebook. It’s 40 pages and has 91 photos, so you have a lot of instructions and plenty of close-ups. Shown on this page are two of the four projects.
For this ebook, you should already know how to make the basic viking knit. If you don’t already know, check out my Intro to Viking Knit Jewelry ebook and learn about this wonderful jewelry medium.
It’s very simple — simply click the “Add to Cart” button. The cost is $10 (which again is 40 pages with 91 photos) and you get an immediate download. You’ll also get an email with your download link in it.
It’s a digital PDF file (not a physical book). Feel free to print a copy, but please keep it for your own use.
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