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This tutorial teaches a few basic weaving techniques. These techniques are very important to know when you first start weaving with wire. Most weaving...
Materials: * 2 pieces 16g wire, at least 5” long * 2-3’ 26g wire Step 1 Wrap the 26g wire onto one of the 16g wires 4-5 times to secure the wire...
Step 2 Place the 2nd 16g wire next to the first. Bring the weaving wire underneath the 2nd wire. Then pull it up over the 2nd wire and back up underne...
Step 3 Bring the weaving wire up over the 1st wire again, then back under the 2nd wire. Notice you will be weaving in a “figure 8” pattern.
Step 4 Continue weaving as in the previous steps until you have about 1-2” of wire left. Note: in some tutorials, you will be told to leave more than ...
Step 5 Secure the end of the weaving wire by wrapping it around one of the 16g wires a few times. Cut the weaving wire close to the 16g wire and press...
Materials: * 3 pieces 16g wire, at least 5” long * 2-3’ 26g wire Step 1 Wrap the 26g wire onto one of the 16g wires 4-5 times to secure the wire...
Step 2 Place the 2nd 16g wire next to the 1st. Bring the weaving wire underneath the second wire.
Step 3 Pull the weaving wire up towards you.
Step 4 Place the 3rd wire next to the 2nd wire and push the weaving wire over the 3rd wire.
Step 5 Bring the weaving wire around the bottom of the 3rd wire and up between the 2nd and 3rd wires.
Step 6 Pull the weaving wire down between the 1st and 2nd wires, then underneath the 1st wire.
Step 7 Continue weaving in the same over/under pattern.
Step 8Continue weaving as in the previous steps until you have about 1-2” of wire left. Finish off as in Step 5 of Weave 1. Note: You can add as many ...
Step 2 Place the 2nd wire next to the first wire. Bring the weaving wire underneath the 2nd wire and wrap around it once.
Step 3 Pull the weaving wire down between the two wires, then underneath the 1st wire. Wrap around the 1st wire one time.
Step 4 Continue weaving as in the previous steps until you have about 1-2” of wire left.Finish off as in Step 5 of Weave 1. Note: Try wrapping the wea...
Weaving around a curve. This is a combination of weaves 1 and 3. This technique helps to eliminate the unsightly gaps that occur when weaving around ...
Step 2 On the outside of the curve, wrap the weaving wire around the 16g wire 1x.
Step 3 Bring the weaving wire back down between the two wires. Pull it up from underneath the wire on the inside of the curve. Pull it back between th...
Step 4 Continue steps 2 and 3 until you reach the end of the curve.
Step 5 Finish weaving the straight area as in the first weave. Finish off as in Step 5 of Weave 1. Note: If the curve is sharper than the one shown, o...
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