I have been a fan of Step by Step Wire magazine since it's beginning. I love using wire in my jewelry, and plan to use a lot more of it in my designs next year (all part of my plan since I'm going to be doing a lot fewer craft shows). Right now, my wire work has been limited to doing fun things for earrings and maybe for a few bracelet components, leaving the few really intricate pieces I find time for to be sold at a gallery I work with.
I was tickled that the fall edition of Step by Step Wire included my tutorial for these earrings I named "Tribal Curves". They started, oddly enough, when I goofed up making a pair of ear wires. I accidentally made the bottom loop too large and had to make it look right, and decided to wrap some hair-thin wire around it. Voila -- "Tribal Curves" was born.
(If you click and there's nothing there, then someone beat you to the punch -- but feel free to email me, and I can make you your very own pair.)