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Wire coiling gizmo

Moonflygirl: Jigs for Ear Wires and Celtic Chain Links...

Moonflygirl: Jigs for Ear Wires and Celtic Chain Links...

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Coiled pearl cuff bracelet from Beadstyle.com

Coiled pearl cuff bracelet | BeadStyleMag.com

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marynewton, etsy. Wire coil beads, earrings to match the bracelet.

Wire coil bracelet (Tutorial to Buy)

Wire coil bracelet (Download Now)

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Amethyst Earrings with Wire Spirals Purple Earrings by adiencrafts, $12.00

More coiled wire beads video

Blue quartzite with silver plated gizmo coiled wire

Coiling GIZMO Jewelry Wire Winding Tool to by HappyMarriedArtists, $7.59

WIRE COILING GIZMO FOR WIRE JEWELRY MAKE YOUR OWN BEADS from beadaholique.com

Wire Coiling Gizmo for Wire Jewelry - Make Your Own Beads

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51115 Artistic Wire Coiling Gizmo Deluxe, each Create your own coiled wire beads and unique jewelry designs with the handy, easy-to-use Coiling Gizmo! This deluxe kit comes with 1 U-Bracket with Built-in Table Mount and 5 different Crank Rods, approximately 1mm, 1.6mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm in diameter, and instructions. The thin rod produces fine, delicate designs and the larger rods can be used with thick wire to make fun,custom colored jump rings. The Coiling Gizmo works with all gauges of craft...

Coils – How Much Wire Do I Need? Wire Jewelry Tutorials PDF — Shaktipaj Jewelry Designs - great help when working with the coiling gizmo

Amazing Earrings....get out your wire coiling gizmo pronto!

Mill Lane Studio: Great Balls of Wire! (coiling gizmo)

Mill Lane Studio: Great Balls of Wire!

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Claire shows you how to make a wire bead using the coiling gizmo. Using 0.5mm wire, coiling using the gizmo and shaping into a bead you can use in your jewellery making. It really is easy and we show you how!

Wire Wrapped Swarovski Crystal Ring; i think you can use the coiling gizmo to create the base, then form as needed (but not sure)