Monday, January 12, 2009

More Changes, More Free Tutorials!


I'm so excited! I get to do two things at once here! I know you read the word 'FREE', (and we'll get to that) but as we all know, nothing really good is ever really free - so here is your payment: You have to look at eye candy, and you have to read about my new Celtic Braid Tutorial available at www.ShaktipajDesigns.etsy.com.

So here is the eye candy part.This is the tutorial intro pic -the details for the project are in the Etsy shop. ;^)



















And here are some interesting things I've made with the weave!




























OK! You have paid your dues, now here is the 'FREE', part!

I want give you the opportunity to get my free tutorials, AND I started a new blog. The links below will re-direct you there to download them!!! You don't have to buy anything, or sign up for anything. Just enjoy them and let me know if you like them. Heck, I won't even go that far - drop me a line, if you feel like it! But I really want you to be successful in working with wire. It is the most fun I've ever had while I worked, so I'll just pass it on.

All of these tutorials will help you create those little details that make wirewrapping so satisfying. The best tools you can acquire are imagination and knowledge!

Thanks for reading! With gratitude, Perri

Just click on any of the following pics for a link to the corresponding PDF download. Download sizes from top: (297KB), (603KB), (852KB), (251KB)


DOWNLOAD Fixing Crooked Bead CapsDOWNLOAD Coiling With a DrillDOWNLOAD Hand Wrapping CoilsDOWNLOAD How to Use a Wire Gauge

15 comments:

Mei (WireBlissMei) on January 13, 2009 at 1:49 AM said...

Wow! You are such a sharing person Perri! You are a very RARE JEWEL to have as an artist and friend.
Love you! love you! for this *muah! muah! and a BIG HUG too :D
Mei

Lou's addictions on January 13, 2009 at 2:15 AM said...

I love that braid, and as I'm Scottish with a Welsh heritage the Celtic style really appeals to me. Definately something I will be looking to learn in the near future. I have some of your tutorials from jewelry lessons.com and love them. The instructions are so concise and easy to follow.

Gwen Fisher on January 15, 2009 at 4:08 PM said...

Thank you for all of this valuable information. I learned a lot! I never would have guessed that a gauge tool works the way you so nicely described.

Joani on January 24, 2009 at 5:05 AM said...

I have awarded you the Lemonade Award because it shows an attitude of gratitude, is uplifting and has good content. Pick it up at http://inspirationsinclay.blogspot.com/
Joan.

Mei (WireBlissMei) on January 24, 2009 at 6:37 AM said...

Hi Perri! I have awarded you the Kreative Blogger Award. Check it out here - http://wireblissmei.blogspot.com/2009/01/kreative-blogger-award.html

Jamie on January 29, 2009 at 7:46 AM said...

I love your blog! I'm a quiet follower, LOL, but I've chosen you as one of my recipients of the Lemonade Award. Check out my blog at http://creationsbyjae.blogspot.com for more details! Thanks for all the great things you write!

Jamie
Creations by JAE

Anonymous said...

Perri, thanks so much for your tutorials. I already have plenty of ideas about how to use the techniques learned to make other things ...
Colette

Janice on March 17, 2009 at 1:23 PM said...

Oh, how great Perri!! If you don't mind, I'll link to this post next Tuesday when I do my Tuesday Tutorial post. :) YAY!
~Janice

Daffydill's Days on April 4, 2009 at 6:23 AM said...

Congratulations Perri on your award as the being the featured artist this month on Jewelry Lessons.............what a great acknowledgement for such a wonderful artist! ;)Deb

vivilima on February 6, 2011 at 9:03 AM said...

Thank you so much for allowing us to get free access to your tutorials, it is great for me because I am a beginner and this is a lot of help!

Thank you again for sharing!

Vivi.

Maria on May 19, 2011 at 8:37 AM said...

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much, Perri, for opening my eyes to all the beautiful and great possibilities that working with wire has to offer.

WireLoon13 said...

Learned how to to make jewelry from my Sis and Mom but, decided to branch off. Beginner wireworker, woodworker and so glad I found your site! You do such stunning and amazing acrobatics with your hands and hope to be at least half as good someday! With your tutorials and pictures it has helped so much and wanted to thank you! GORGEOUS and Creative :)

Margaret Ambler on January 21, 2013 at 6:05 AM said...

Hi, Just to say thank you, for your beautiful designs which I first seen in a wire magazine, they where showing your wired beads, I have never seen any others like them, do you still do the tutorials for them,

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