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Intertwining Ring Tutorial by harlewood Intertwining Ring Tutorial by harlewood
How to make an intertwining ring.
The tutorial shows the wire twists in copper with the finished example in Sterling Silver. Copper wire is readily available without the cost of gold or silver. Your choice. :)
Take a look at the excellent work of these artists!
Aranglinn and his Intertwining Ring [link]
Lothmenel's own version that is set with a lovely garnet. [link]
And SunreiCreations terrific ring with a moonstone [link]

If you like my work you can also follow me at Harlewood Studio on Facebook. :) [link]
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APHLUDWIG Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014
how long do you cut the wire? like how do you determine the wire you'd need for the size of the ring you need?
harlewood Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014   Artisan Crafter
Best method to begin with is to use cheap copper wire to practice with and work out roughly what length you will need. You can then google (printable ring sizer) to calculate the length required once the twists are soldered together. Unfortunately this is a difficult project to take on unless you have some experience with jewelry making. Hope that helps you a little. :).
APHLUDWIG Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014
oh i make all sorts of rings and chainmaile even. but i just didn't know what the formula was for it. like so many inches per size of the ring and all that. i have a ring mandrill i wasn't sure if i could just use that ^^;
IchitakeNeongenesis Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
how do you close it?
harlewood Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Hi, you cut through the twists with a jewellers saw so that they match up when curved around to form the ring then solder together. :)
Purplejuly78 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013
Where to get the wire to make this
harlewood Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013   Artisan Crafter
I draw my own wire to whatever size I need, and as I am in Australia I can't really help with that. Sorry.
Piimocial Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting :)
destroyerofdreams Featured By Owner May 2, 2013
Would you be able to do this with 3 or 4 bands instead of 2? If so would you just alternate the wire (left, right) ?
harlewood Featured By Owner May 2, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Theoretically you could add more bands and yes you would have to alternate left and right to maintain the pattern. The hard part would be matching up the twists. :)
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