List of Supplies:
Craft wire – 18 gauge and 24 gauge
Jewelry wire – cutting, looping and flat nose pliers
Faux colored feathers
Colored wooden beads
Cut a small piece of 24 gauge wire (about 4 cm will do) and grab the looping pliers and a faux
Feathers (as well as faux feathers) usually have a tiny tunnel inside the quill part. Insert the cut out
wire inside the tunnel and push about a cm and half of the wire inside the tunnel.
Use the looping pliers to create a small loop adjacent to the quill.
After creating the loop coil the remaining wire around the quill part, below the small loop.
Similarly prepare 2 more faux feathers with wired loop on their quill parts.
Take the 18 gauge craft wire and create a small loop at its open end.
Form a hoop pattern with the wire including the small loop created in the previous step. Leaving
the hoop pattern, keep 18 cm wire straight and then cut off wire from the bundle.
Grab the colored wooden beads and the feathers prepared in step 5. Insert the beads and the
feathers into the hoop through the open end of the straight part.
Insert the feathers into the hoop through the loop created at the open end. Stop beading and
inserting feathers once you are satisfied with the beading pattern.
Now create another small loop at the open end of the straight part.
Coil the remaining wire around the small loop, this will form a twirl pattern and bring the wire
towards the hoop pattern. Once the twirl pattern reaches the hoop, use your hands to adjust the
twirl pattern inside the hoop pattern.
Use the 24 gauge wire and coil the twirl pattern with the hoop at the top end, near the loop of the
Use a jump ring to attach the pendant with a necklace or simply wear it with a black string, looks