Looking for a quick project to satisfy your craving for an FO during the busy spring season? Our DIY earring kits are a great way to use up lightweight yarn or thread stash and make some awesomely creative jewelry at the same time!
Each DIY woven earrings kit makes two sets of earrings, and comes with step by step photo instructions, making this a quick fix to inspire your creativity.
These weavers come available in alder, birch and walnut to suit any style preference.
- 4 Jewelry Round Weavers (for 2 sets of earrings!)
- Step by step photo instructions for making the Jewelry Round Weaver
- Step by step photo instructions for attaching the hardware
- 4 silver plate lever back clasps
- 8 silver plate open jump rings
- Tapestry needle for warping and weaving
- Small cotton bag
Want a kit of your own? Click here to grab one in our shop!
All you need is a pair of jewelry pliers to attach the hardware, and some gorgeous thread or fine-gauge yarn to weave with!
- one each 1" and 2" earrings
- two 2" earrings
- two 1" earrings
- available in alder, walnut and birch
These kits are produced in our Houston, Texas studio workshop using wood purchased from local and Wisconsin suppliers. Materials used in hand finishing (such as sanding) are purchased from a local hardware store. Packaging, print materials, laser machine and supplies are purchased from U.S.A. businesses.
(Due to the nature of the laser cutting process there may be some light scorch marks on the wood. There will also be slight wood variations.)
DIY Woven Earrings on our Round Weaver Looms! March 19, 2018 19:15
Here's how to make your own pair of DIY woven earrings:
For hardware, we used 4 jump rings 8mm wide and 2 lever back closures. We like lever backs because it feels most secure to us. Plus, the fish hook closures tend to tickle.
Using jewelry pliers, open up the 4 jump rings just wide enough to fit around one of the warp holes on the 1” Round Weaver. We found there was room for the warp thread and the jump ring on the 1” Round Weavers.
Place a jump ring around a hole on the Round Weaver and close the jump ring with your jewelry pliers.
Then place the second jump ring around the first jump ring and add the lever back closure.
To do something similar with the larger round weavers, you need to have a larger first jump ring. You may even need to drill a hole to accommodate a jump ring above the woven work. In cases where you do not have a larger jump ring or access to a drill, we suggest getting creative with flexible wire.
We will be launching jewelry making Round Weaver kits in the late spring so be sure to sign up for our newsletter to know when they will be available!