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December 29, 2007

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Domestic Chicky

Thank you thank you thnak you for posting this. I have followed you for awhile thru my google reader, and I was so excited to see that you were going to post this! I have loved yours & others pendants for so long, and I am SO excited to try this! I am going over to check out your etsy shop now! Do you reccommend a particular brand of iron, or would one from Joann or michaels work?

Cindy

Lovely pendant, Breanna. Now I have another hmmmmm....maybe I want to try that!

Hope your holidays were great!

Heidi

Guess what Santa brought me? Soldering equipment!!! I'm excited and nervous that I'll burn my fingers. LOL Thanks for the tutorial--I know I'll be referring back to this page often. I got an instructional DVD with my stuff but it's nice to have a real live person to ask my crazy questions. :) Wish me luck!

Hjordi

Thank you Breanna! I have a new years resolution to learn a new craft! This just might be it. :)

Katie

Thanks for this fabulous tutorial! Lord knows I don't need another craft, but this is looking mighty tempting!

Wendy

I found you through another quilting blog. I just wanted to stop and tell you how brillant I think this is!
Wendy

sarah

Wow I just came across you shop on etsy!! I have been wondering what i would need for soldering..and you have answered all my questions!! What a wonderful tutorial thank you so much!!! Now I need to source all the bits to begin. Thanks again!!!

SeattleStamper

Thank you for the wonderful instructions!

Clara's Bell

Having just discovered this new art form, I was thrilled when I happened across your tutorial. Just so interesting and exciting....I've done stained glass for a long time and am just now setting up a home studio. I can't wait till I'll have the time and the place to do this! Thank you very much!!

Louise Johnson

My soldering iron tip is coated slightly and will no longer melt the solder. What can I do?

susan

thank you so much
i have had a soldering iron forever but
could never get it right
i think my problem was not adding more flux before trying to smooth my booboos
i will be trying again

Erica

Hi,
Thanks for a wonderful tutorial.
I have som questions for you :)
The solder - where do you but it and how many mm is it?
Your soldering iron - how many w and degrees is it?
Thank you!
/Erica

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Wow, that's so lovely you done. Very inspiring. i love it, Thanks for sharing

ELizabeth

WOW thanks for the info....I have all of the materials and am ready to go, love the cothes pin trick to hold the pendant

Nadine

Thank you for such clear instructions!
My question is as follows.
I would like to install a pin on the back to make them as brooches. Any suggestion as to what I could use on the back instead of glass and how would I attach the pin?

Your help is appreciated, I haven't seen any instructions on how to do it this way.

Regards,
Nadine.

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Thank you for such clear instructions!
My question is as follows.
I would like to install a pin on the back to make them as brooches. Any suggestion as to what I could use on the back instead of glass and how would I attach the pin?

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What a fun pattern! It's great to hear from you and see what you've sent up to. All of the projects look great! You make it so simple to this.Thanks!

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Excellent post. It was very helpful for me.I knew little in this part before,Thank you for sharing!

mary

What type of soldering iron/ pen/pencil do you recommend for making jewelry? I am looking to purchase one ASAP, but not sure which one to invest in.
thanks

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I am not an expert in this field. Not by any stretch of the imagination. I solder for fun, and this is the method that seems to work best for me.

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Dawana Bayless

Can you tell me how to make fancy bumps on top of the soldered edge?

Sam Pierce

Excellent post. It was very helpful for me.I knew little in this part before,Thank you for sharing!
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Mark Spencer

WOW thanks for the info....I have all of the materials and am ready to go, love the cothes pin trick to hold the pendant..
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