Before I learned the joys of making wire-wrapped jewelry, there was a magazine called Wire Artist Jeweler (it is claimed that it was the first wire-wrapped jewelry tutorial magazine). Alas, by the time I became aware of it, it had ceased publication. Happily, a while back, I discovered that someone had taken up the banner and, as wire-jewelry-lessons, was publishing tutorials from the magazine. Sadly, I forgot about it, too. They did not forget about me, however, and tonight, I received an email from wire-jewelry-lessons and decided to visit. Lo and behold, there were a number of interesting tutorials that I feel just about ready to try (this is the serious, measured, mashed, looks like something from a jewelry store kind of work)
I decided to start with the free ball post and jewelry wire tutorial.
The nice thing about this site is that, after you
purchase a tutorial, they save it on-site, so, if you forget about it, or if you lose your downloads somehow, you can go back and retrieve your tutorials (as a matter of fact, this happened to me. I had ordered some paid tutorials quite a while back, and then gone through two computer crashes, and completely forgotten about these tutorials. Fortunately, when I went to download my free earring tutorial, I saw the other tutorials listed, and was able to download them today. What a nice benefit! The pictures are of tutorials I had thought were Clementine, i.e., lost and gone forever! I am so happy to have them back!)
They have both free and paid tutorials; the paid ones are very reasonably priced. Please check them out.