DIY | Fork Ring

DIY | Fork Ring

DIY Fork Ring
Yesterday I promised to post another ringdesign made out of a fork. 
The fork was actually really hard to bend and I was figuring out a way to make it in the shape of a regular ring, but when I tried it on during the process I really liked the shape that still looked like the original fork. That’s when I decided to use that piece and let it stick out a bit and just let the endbit in it’s original form.
I am very happy with the end result and hope that it will inspire you to think a bit out of the box and create your own unique ring!
 
DIY Fork Ring

 




















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  • Anonymous 10th July 2012 at 8:47 pm

    i had been wanting to do this ever since I first read your post, and i just got all my supplies. I started to saw the fork, and it is not working at all. What kind of saw did you use? And what was your technique? Thanks!

    • Lana Red 10th July 2012 at 9:07 pm

      Hi! I’m sorry it’s not working for you so far. I don’t know the exact translation from Dutch, but I used an ‘iron saw’ to saw the fork. It worked pretty well for me. And my technique was to bend it with some tongs from the hardware store. You will have to put a lot of strength in it to bend the fork. In case that doesn’t bend it enough, you can put the end of the fork on a round object in a size that’s similar to your finger and use a hammer to bend it around the object.

      I hope this helps,
      Good luck!

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