Knuckle rings are a trend that I am absolutely LOVING right now! I have been seeing them all over Etsy and Pinterest. Recently, I was just about to pull the trigger on ordering some, when the thought crossed my mind, “why don’t you just make them yourself!” So…off to Michaels I went! Today, I am going to show you how simple it is to make these fun chevron knuckle rings. The supplies: 1. Wire cutters 2. Thin wire (16 or 18 gauge wire seems to work well)
Start by cutting off about 2-3 inches of wire.
Take the wire and bend it into a point. You can start off using your fingers to shape the wire into a chevron pattern.
You can also use the end of your wire cutters to help reinforce the shape.
Next place the wire on your finger at the height that you want it.
Wrap the wire around your finger and twist together.
You can use the end of your wire cutters to help mold them together. Be careful with the edges of the wire, they can be sharp. You can sand them down a bit with a nail filer to take off the sharp edges.
And you are finished!
Article by: Rebekah Miura Pictures by: Reagan Miura