Diamond Connector Finding
Follow the pattern using 20-24 gauge wire to quickly and precisely make a stylish diamond connector finding with five loops on one side and one loop on the opposite side.
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Lay a 6-inch piece of 20-24-gauge wire across the findings form, with the tail on the left extending about 1/8-inch off the left side of the form.
Hold the tail with your non-dominant hand and wrap the wire counterclockwise around the single peg at the top.
Pull the wire to the right around the acrylic diamond form until it passes between the diamond and the first peg on the right side.
Wrap the wire counterclockwise around the first peg.
Wrap the wire counterclockwise around the second peg.
Wrap the wire counterclockwise around the third peg.
Wrap the wire counterclockwise around the fourth peg.
Wrap the wire counterclockwise around the fifth peg.
Bring the wire up the left hand side of the diamond, and pass it between the top of the diamond and the top peg.
Wrap the wire counterclockwise around the top peg.
Use the pusher tool to push down on all of the loops to squeeze the overlapped wire together.
Remove the connector from the form and use flush cutters to trim the wire at the base of both of the top loops.
Use chain nose pliers to turn the loops so they are parallel and open from front to back, not side to side.
Congratulations, you have created a connector using a diamond finding form!
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