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Making Sterling Silver, Fabric and Resin Necklace

by lindley on Nov.11, 2009, under Handmade Jewelry, Jewelry Making

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Here are the steps I used – to make this sterling silver,  fabric and resin necklace
  • Hand fabricate different sized bezels and soldering tubes to the backs.
  • Use soft sterling silver wire, to go through the back and connect the pieces.
  • Fill the bezels with fabric remnants in varying colors and prints
  • Pour resin over the tops to create a glossy, glass-like effect.

Sterling Silver Fabric and Resin Necklace

Sterling Silver, Fabric and Resin Necklace

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