chrissylove123: Great!!! Thank you. I hate jump rings on my little beads & I was wondering how to do this. :D
ja jane: Excellent camera angle.
Juanita Bentley: Rio Grande has a cash for scrap program where you can return your precious metal scrap to them for credit or a direct refund check.
Liza Miles: Thanks for such clear instructions.
Sheree Zielke: Well done..very clear instruction and a clean view to see exactly what you are doing. Thank you.
aimzeys98: Do you just throw away the little piece of wire that you cut off after the wraps? I always have a bunch of 1cm pieces of wire and it seems like a waste, especially when it's a precious metal. I can never find another use for them though, so they just end up in the garbage. Any other things you can do with them?
chiqqi207: Thank you so much. Really easy to follow - great filming!
kmj2000: Finally a video where I can clearly see what's happening and things are explained simply. Thank you!
Magnus Thorensen: Really good, clear, video with simple understandable directions. A+ ! Thanks.
almondbrown09: great vid..thanks for being so informative!
elenaadamsdesigns: @kswanson20 Pearls will need at least 26g wire, since they tend to have pretty tiny holes. For fine gemstones you will probably need to use 28g. 3mm and smaller beads nearly always need 28g.
Make sure you have lots of practice with 24g and 26 before trying 28g. The wire is very soft and easy to bend out of shape until you're comfortable with your tools.
FrauProf: Thanks so much, Elena! Very clear instruction, I think I can do it by myself now.
Kim Cee: Thanks - I was searching for a clear, close up basic wire wrapping for beads and this is exactly that! Great tips, as well!