I have always loved the look of wire rings and especially the simple ones. I believe I have the wire and tools to make this and am sharing this wherever I can so more crafters can see these instructions!
This is one of the easiest wire rings I’ve ever made. I can’t believe I didn’t come up with this sooner. It only requires one piece of wire and looks great in copper, silver, brass, bronze or whatever wire you like. The wire should be 16 gauge, soft and round. *This sample was in size 8 so if you want a smaller ring, you can decrease the length by either cutting it 1/2″ shorter or creating a bigger center spiral. For bigger sizes do the opposite and cut a longer piece of wire to begin the project. Obviously it’s better to start with a longer piece and cut some of it off if necessary. Have fun and let me know how your ring turns out.
One piece of 16ga, soft, round wire 10″ long for a size 8 ring – *see note above regarding sizes.
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