Here's a piece that came to me by way of a friend asking for a favor. She loved this necklace, but the wire had gotten bent out of shape and she asked me to fix it. My original reaction was to cringe -- I've only SEEN wire wrapping and it looks like it's hard to do. So I was fine with skipping it.
But once she asked me I thought, why not? So I took the tools to the wire and bent it back into shape. Certainly not perfect but still OK, I thought, for an amateur. (So humor me.) Maybe this wire-wrapping thing won't be as hard as I thought it would be. Any inspiratonal stories out there that might give me confidence to pursue this technique? Send me photos of your wire wrap jewelry and I'll showcase your designs. Inspire me. Ciao for now.
"Don't wait for your ship to come in. Row out to meet it."