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beaded memory wire rings

I whipped these up last night by threading size 15 seed beads (colour: heather mix) onto memory wire rings. I superglued the first and last bead onto the wire and that’s it! Memory wire is great – the resulting rings are adjustable to any size finger.


  1. Alexia said

    I can’t seem to be able to get the ends right, what kind of glue exactly and how? Any other solution?

  2. becky newton said

    thanks for the tips on the memory wire ring have found this very helpfull as iam just starting to use memory wire

  3. Amberella said

    Awesome rings! I have a question about the memory wire you used. The only memory wire ring size I can find where I live is too big for a ring, its more sized for wine glass charms or maybe a thumb ring…maybe. So what size/kind memory wire did you use and where did you buy it, if you don’t mind me asking. 🙂


    My package says “Ring .25 OZ Bright195 Loops per OZ”. Beadalon brand.

    • Sarah J said

      I can’t find this wire ‘Ring .25 OZ Bright195 Loops per OZ’, could you post a link, the site you recommend doesn’t show it easily/i can’t find it, thanks

      • June said

        I originally replied directly to Amberella about this, but it’s probably worth saying it again here:

        Unfortunately, I didn’t keep the packaging my memory wire rings came in, so I don’t know the brand name or any specifics. I think I just bought them from Michaels or similar. They came in a package of about 50 and they are about 2cm diameter. That’s all the info I have!

  4. Susan said

    Thanks for your memory wire ring i had tried to make one with the ends turnd in but it doesnt work. I cant wait to make one with your method. thanks, just hope i can find some glue now.

  5. Cheryl K said

    Thank you for the tip on gluing the end beads in place. I had made one ring and turned the ends with my round pliers. It doesn’t make a nice finish for a ring. I’m going to try using the super glue.

  6. Jane Wang said

    Thank your for your beaded ring tip – i stopped beading a while ago because i was mostly using stretchy cords and wanted to make something with wire but kind of got caught in knitting in the meantime – hope to return to beading some day soon (just got a book on using wire) – i tried making some wire bead rings for my stepmom (she had some from africa which she really liked) – first ones i made were made with too thin wire so came apart too easily – tried thicker wire which worked better but I really like your memory wire rings! i’ll try that next time —

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