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stackable rings, super easy to make!
This is a great way to use up fabric scraps, short pieces of wire and leftover seed beads!
Simply bend a scrap of wire around something round, to fit the size of your finger.
Then, super glue the two wire ends together. It doesn't have to be perfect, as you will be covering the wire up in a second!
Then, wrap about 9 inches or so of a long strip of fabric (like .5" wide" around the wire, covering up all the wire and supergluing the ends to hold the wrap in place.
Your fabric ring is done!
For the bead ring, crochet with embroidery floss and seed beads, one stitch per bead, and knot the end when it is big enough for your finger. Super glue the knot.
You are done! You can wear these stacked, or just one at a time! :)

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Quiet Lion
Quiet Lion · 55 projects
for the beaded ring, it's just a simple crochet with a bead every stitch.
for the wrapped ring, take a piece of wire and make it into a ring the size of your finger. superglue together where the ends meet. then, take a strip of fabric, superglue it to where the ends meet, and wrap around the ring to cover all the wire. superglue the end when finished. does that help?
i don't have any more pics so I can't make a full tutorial right now. maybe when i have time i can make one for you guys, ok? Happy
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drummrgrl
drummrgrl
sorry i read this like 5 times and still dont get it Happy now im all confused
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drummrgrl
drummrgrl
sorry i read this like 5 times and still dont get it Happy now im all confused
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drummrgrl
drummrgrl
sorry i read this like 5 times and still dont get it Happy now im all confused
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nariel
nariel · Guadalajara, Jalisco, MX · 13 projects
Tutorial please <3
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