How to Attach a Wrapped Wire Loop to Another Jewelry Component (Video)

Making Wire Jewelry with Rena
video by Rena Klingenberg.

Here’s how to connect a wrapped loop directly to another component – without using jump rings.

Supplies

For this practice session, you’ll need:

  • A piece of wire that’s 3 to 4 inches (7.62 to 10.16 cm) long. In this video I’m using 20-gauge round soft copper wire.
  • A jewelry component to connect to your wrapped wire loop. This component should have a closed loop that your wire will fit through. (My component in this video is one end of a toggle clasp – see photo below.)
  • Round nose pliers.
  • Chain nose pliers.
  • Wire cutter.

How to Attach a Wrapped Wire Loop to Another Jewelry Component Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

See More Videos on
Ways to Make Wire Loops:

How to Make a Plain Wire Loop (Video)

How to Make a Wrapped Wire Loop (Video)

My Wrapped Wire Loop Attached to
One End of a Toggle Clasp:

how to attach a wrapped wire loop to another jewelry component

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Comments

  1. Thank you for this great video! It’s just what I need to practice.

  2. Debbie says:

    Really enjoyed the videos makes it easier thanks

  3. Great tutorial! Do you use the same markings on the pliers to make all your loops? How do you measure the markings?

  4. Thank you, Karen! I usually use the same Sharpie mark on the pliers for all the loops within a project – it adds an extra impression of quality when all loops are a uniform size. I’m not sure what your question is asking about measuring the markings – do I measure where to put the mark on my pliers? I don’t really measure where to put the mark – I just sort of decide whether I’ll want a small, medium, or large loop and make my mark on an appropriate spot on the pliers. 🙂

  5. Thanks for sharing your skills! I am looking forward to putting this into practice in my upcoming projects.

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