The Missing Link Blog Book Tour

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Hi Friends.

Giveaway Alert

 

I’m excited to bring you day two of the virtual launch party and blog hop for Cindy Wimmer’s brand new wirework book The Missing Link.  I am happy to have contributed two designs to this book.   If you have not heard of The Missing Link yet or missed Cindy’s post yesterday, you can go here to catch-up on day one.

 

The Missing Link Cover

 

I was honored when Cindy asked me to contribute to her book.  If you know Cindy’s work, she creates amazing jewelry with wire and beads.  She has a beautiful design aestehtic tending toward a modern vintage style.   I was a bit worried my work would not be cohesive with the other designers in the book and it would stand out (not in a good way) because of the rustic nature of many of my designs.

After I got my contributor copy in the mail, I felt at peace and was encouraged by all the designer’s creations being so different.  I think the variety creates an atmosphere in the book where people with all different skill levels and many different aesthetics can be inspired and learn a lot.

 

  Warning!   You may find yourself  RUSH ordering some new wire when you get this book!

 

If you are new to wire working, you will definitely be challenged by this book, but the step-by-step instructions will get you through each link.  The step-by-step pictures also really bring it all together.  Cindy did a beautiful job showing all the tools and supplies you need to get started working with wire.

If you are fairly experienced  in wire working, you will not be disappointed and will find unique links that expand your wire work horizons.  The links are organized into Easy, Moderate and Advanced categories.    The advanced links are challenging but very doable if you follow the instructions.

 

Here is a picture of a necklace I made for the book called Create Your Dream, using the lightbulb link.

DreamNecklaceMissingLink

I snapped this photo when my advance copy arrived.   I flipped it open and saw my necklace featured on the full page adjacent to the title page.  That was a fun discovery!

 

Handmade Wire LinksI also have a bracelet design in the book featuring the wrapped infinity link, pictured in the center above.    I shouldn’t  give it all away so I’ll show you the link surrounded by some light bulbs.

 

You can order the book directly from Cindy.   She will send you a beautiful hand signed copy.  A great opportunity!

If you can’t wait another minute to see the book,  then by all means go here to get the ebook directly from the publisher.  Patience is definitely not my virtue!

 

If you are feeling lucky, you could win a copy!

Leave a comment by clicking on the comments below the title of the post above and let me know a little about yourself.  Do you use wire?  If so, how much do you use wire in your jewelry making?  Would you consider yourself an aspiring wire worker, a beginner, fairly experienced or an expert?!   Make sure your name and best email appears in your comment signature or in the comment you type on this post so we can contact the winner.

 

I will randomly draw a number at the end of the day on the the 20th from the comments below and pass the winner  along to Cindy.

The winner will be announced on October, 21st on her blog.  If you win, the book will be shipped directly to you from Interweave, the publisher.

 

I am joined by 4 other incredibly talented designers in this book and they each have a stop on the blog hop.  Heather Power’s will make a guest appearance as well.  Each day, you have a chance to win a copy of the book and other goodies as you travel around to each site.

 

October 15-Cindy Wimmer (Sweet Bead Studio)
October 16-Tracy Statler (Make Bracelets) – *You are Here!
October 17-Lori Anderson (Pretty Things)
October 18-Kerry Bogart (Kab’s Concepts)
October 19-Diane Cook (Rosa & Josie’s)  & Heather Powers (Art Bead Scene)
October 20-Christine Damm (Stories They Tell)
OCtober 21-Cindy’s blog, Sweet Bead Studio

Have Fun & Good Luck!

 

 

 

 

112 Comments

  1. Hi Tracy,
    This book looks great and definitely a must have.
    I have not much experience with wire, but have accumulated a lot of it over the past. And I can’t wait to actually start using it.
    So Thank you so much for this opportunity to make a change of winning this gorgeous book.

    Janine

  2. Hello Tracy, your projects are wonderful and I congratulate you the participation in fantastic book of Cindy Wimmer:)
    I love wire and I use it willingly and in large quantities because… I’m still beginner:)
    Regards!

  3. Wow, this book looks fantastic, and your projects look great! Congrats on being published! I am still a beginner with wire work, but love working with it. I would love to add this book to my collection…thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Hi Tracy!
    I couldn’t sleep so picked up my newly arrived copy of the Missing Link. I read it cover to cover and now will certainly not be sleeping! Every year at this time I make and sell jewelry to fund school fees and feed children at Christmas in a tiny village in Uganda. I’ve typically used recyclables and found objects in my jewelry as my mission is to teach the mothers there new skills using local materials so they are empowered to meet the needs of their children.The last time I was in the village I purchased a roll of wire at a shop selling hardware. It’s been sitting in the corner of my studio waiting for just the inspiration offered by The Missing Link. This book will certainly be traveling with me when I return to Uganda in November as it clearly explains how to use simple tools and basic materials to create beautiful jewelry. I am captivated by the possibilities for all the beautiful jewelry that can be made from local materials using the information and ideas found in the book! Thanks for the inspiration!

    Jeri

  5. Dear Tracy, Always glad to find a new blog to read. I can’t say I’m an expert with wire but definitely not a beginner. Copper wire of all gauges is my first love,, and now that I have learned what salt & ammonia does, I am in heaven. Thanks, Susan

  6. Beautiful ideas and wonderfully created beadwork! Inspired me to give wire a try! Thanks for your inspiration and opportunity to win the exciting book!

  7. This book looks fabulous ! I enjoy using wire and have used it a little, I am eager to learn more wire techniques & especially eager to learn how to harden wire but most of all how to obtain the gorgeous finishes you ladies achieve. Congrats on the book and thank you for the chance to win.

    • Can’t wait to be inspired by the new designs in the book!

  8. The book looks wonderful, can’t wait to read it.
    I am new to wirework, but am having great fun learning new techniques.

  9. I love the little lightbulbs that you made with wire. I can’t wait to look at this book. I am an experienced jewelry maker – but still an aspiring wire worker. I like the possibilities of using wire but get stuck in thinking about so many of the possibilities sometimes. Thank you for the chance to win!

  10. Hello Tracy.
    I enjoy your blog. I am a jewelry artist wannabe. I try to create pieces with little clips of time I find with my busy schedule with 3 kids. The book looks great! Love your rustic work, as usual. Thanks.

  11. The book looks like a must have. I am new at wire and need all the help I can get. Thank you Tracy for a chance to win.

  12. You don’t have to enter me into the drawing because I already have a copy of The Missing Link. But I wanted to say I love your designs in the book, they are so you, yet fit into the overall scheme of the book so well. It’s the perfect illustration of how this book will teach new techniques and yet allow the maker to work those into their own design style.

  13. Hi Tracy,
    I consider myself a beginner at making jewelry, as I only started a little over a year ago. I have done some wire wrapping and made some different clasps using regular wire, square wire, twisted wire.. also hammering for some different effects. I look forward to viewing your work in this book, congrats on your accomplishments!
    Cheri

  14. I am a beginner wire user but would love to have this book and explore more techniques. Really enjoy your blog and follow

  15. I use wire a lot, but I consider myself a novice at wire work. I would love to have a chance to win the book. Congratulations on having your designs published!

  16. Beautiful necklace Tracy and congratulations. I’m crushing on those links.
    Creatively yours, Jeannie

  17. Hi Tracy,
    I always look forward to your new posts and have been in somewhat of a design slump lately. I love working with wire, and this book looks very inspiring. I have lots of pieces of copper, silver, and steel wire that I have kept hoping to use some day….looking forward to see all the designs the book will reveal.

  18. love the necklace. I consider myself a beginner with wire, but a new book might get the creative juices flowing. who knows maybe I’ll become an expert. glad you’re still around.

  19. I am sooo wanting a copy of this book. I haven’t had a chance to get one yet. But it looks fantastic. I guess I’d be fairly experienced at wire-wrapping, although I still do mainly basic things. But I’d love to challenge myself. Love that lightbulb link and the infinity link. Congrats on being a contributor.

  20. I’m just a beginner or aspiring wire artist. I’d love to have this book and see what I could make with it.

  21. This looks like a great book to add to my collection of jewelry making books! I have dabbled a bit in wirework, and I really enjoy it. I would love to learn some new techniques.

  22. Love taking a spool of wire and creating something wonderful! Would love a copy of the book. You can never have enough inspiration.

  23. I would love a copy of the book… it looks awesome!! I take a break from jewelry making and this is telling me to get back into it!!

  24. Hello! I’ve got wire, I’ve got tools, I wire wrap stuff all the time, but I never seem to just use the wire on it’s own. That book looks wonderful; even if I don’t win the book, I will be heading out to the book store to purchase a copy.

  25. I am new at jewelry making, but excited to try new techniques. This book would give me some great inspiration!

  26. This is the book that has been waited on with baited breath. As an intermediate worker with wire, Inspiration is always a pure joy and where better to find that than with Cindy and her talented friends? Congratulations on being included and I just adore those light bulbs…now just to find a way to wear it on a hat, hanging over my head! I am a less illustrious Tracy at goldkissesart@hotmail.com. Enjoy the praise, you deserve it!

  27. Definitely consider myself a beginner where wirework is concerned, Tracy, though I love the warmth and glow of copper. Cindy’s book would be welcome inspiration!

  28. CONGRATULATIONS!!! I’m happy for you and the book looks beautiful! Have fun!

  29. Oh Tracy, your necklace is just fabulous – I love it! I mentioned this book to the hubs shortly after I got the first email notice to pre-order it,….he still hasn’t ordered it for me! And, I’m tired of waiting on him so I’m hopping over to Cindy’s site to grab it on my own! LOL!! Cindy’s designs are always inspiring (as are yours) and I just love all the sneak-peeks inside this book that I’ve seen – I’m locking myself in my studio for an entire weekend after it arrives. Congrats on your contributions to this book!!

  30. Congratulations on the front of the book location, your work deserves it!

    As to your question- I use a lot of wire but I’ve been doing the same old thing for too long. I’m pretty good at the same old thing, but I’m ready to move on. Please enter my name.

  31. Tracy…having seen your beautiful necklace in person, it was really cool to see it in the book! Your workmanship and design aesthetic is right up my alley…and I also have the book, so don’t enter me in the contest, but just wanted to drop by and say again, how wonderful it was to have you in class at artBLISS and how I wish for continued success with your jewelry practice!! XO!

  32. Your necklace is gorgeous. Good luck with the book.

  33. Hi Tracy, I have been reading your blog for awhile and love all your designs. I use wire in almost all of my jewelry, but am far from an expert. Would love to win the book and add some new elements to my jewelry making. Thanks for the chance to win.

  34. Sweeeeeet! I have been eyeing this book ever since the preview! I love working with wire and am always looking for ideas and inspiration. Sounds like I can get both from this book. I consider myself a beginner and lately, have been using a lot of wire in my projects. Would love to win it! Thanks for the chance!

  35. Congratulations Tracy, I love the necklace you created. I’m still finding my niche. I’m a big fan of using antique brass wire and steel so when ever I can learn new techniques to incorporate into my designs is exciting. When I heard about this book and realized you are a contributor & thought Aha!…I’d love to win this book so thanks for the opportunity.

  36. I am a beginner with wire, but I have been following Cindy forever!

  37. Hi Tracy, great book and great contribution to it. I’m an intermediate wire worker. I don’t have a very large work space and love wire because it’s easy to find a place to be creative with it.

  38. Tracy, what would The Missing Link be without your contributions? Your designs add both a classic and modern touch that really rounds out the book. Both your bracelet and necklace were instant favorites – I have heard this many times. Thank you so much for joining me on this book journey – it really has been an amazing experience and I am grateful. Thank you, Tracy!! xoxo

  39. Hi Tracy,
    This book looks awesome! I love wire work with copper wire being my favorite. I would classify myself as a beginner/intermediate. I combine my wire with either real gemstones, pearls, and/or polymer clay. I I love your blog, as I’m more of a bracelet person than a necklace or earrings one. Would love to have a copy of this book, thank you for creating an opportunity to win one!

  40. Hi Tracy and Cindy!
    I am SO excited to find a copy of this book and dig into it and start creating awesome links and jewelry! I read your post a couple of weeks ago about the book and immediately started looking for a copy – I work in a bead store and teach wire classes and would love to get my hands on Cindy’s book! It looks fab! Thanks for sharing the knowledge and creativity with us all! Hope you have many sales!

  41. I would love to win this book. So much inspiration and technique that would keep me busy for oh . . . forever. Thanks for the chance to win and congratulations on being published and this personal accomplishment.

  42. Hi Tracy & Cindy,

    The book is awesome (from what I’ve seen so far every time Patti shares yet another beautiful link!). I do *love* wire, after a couple of years of soul searching and trying almost every other technique out there, I’ve figured it out: it’s metal and wire for me. As for experience: I would say beginner towards intermediate. I still have tons to learn, but I can hold my wire so far and love it to pieces. I’d love to win the book ~ and try all the links in it too!

  43. Love to get this book! Looks wonderful! Just in time to make some jewelry for Christmas =)

  44. This book looks fabulous! I love that it contains many different styles!

  45. Hi There,
    Love your infinity link… I’ve used wire a little bit in my jewelry work but it’s always great to see others’ work for inspiration to stretch my wings on this…

  46. Tracy…so excited for you! The book looks great. I am anxious to try more wire.
    Thanks for all your great ideas.

  47. I can’t wait to see The Missing Link-I love using wire and probably fall in the intermediate level. I am always on the lookout for new links to try. I look forward to continuing the blog hop.
    Linda

  48. Hi, Tracy! I already have a signed copy of The Missing Link from Cindy, but I would like to congratulate YOU on being published in her first book! I started teaching myself wire jewelry in January 2010 because I was going to use it as a way to set my faceted gems I had cut over the past 15+ years. Needless to say, I ended up abandoning the faceting for the wire! Oh, and Swarovski! I LOVE Swarovski crystals and pearls. One of my designs featuring my very own faceted tourmaline was published in the April-May 2013 issue of Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry. I now have a friend who wants one for her friend, but with a garnet. I have already started working on it.

    Congrats again! Looking forward to more designs from you and Cindy!

  49. Wonderful book, congrats on being asked to contribute. I love working with wire, and consider myself to be more of a beginner. I just don’t have a lot of time to play around, but sure would love to!

  50. Wow! What fun. Can’t wait to see all the wonderful designs and techniques when Missing Links finally arrives.
    Vanese

  51. Hi! I have been doing wirework for a long long time. I adore the feel of bending and shaping wire. I use a lot of wire in a month. But I feel you can never ever have enough wire of all kinds! I do love experimenting. =)

  52. Hi, I would call myself an intermediate wire worker. I love looking at wirework and trying to figure out how someone came up with that design. I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on this book!

  53. Congratulations, Tracy! Your designs are terrific. (I already have the book, so don’t enter my name.) BTW, I love your blog, too. I’ve been making bracelets left and right this month using your video tutorials, not realizing until tonight that the Tracy of makebraceletsblog.com and the Tracy I’ve met at ArtBLISS are one and the same. Thanks for inspiring all of us wire, leather, bead and thread lovers! :)

  54. Hi Tracy,
    I love wire and learning new things to do with it. I’m an intermediate wire worker and I wish I had more time to create!

  55. My very first wire project was one of Cindy’s, so I am so excited to get this book!

  56. Thank you to all for the comments. I love to learn more about everyone. Good luck in the drawing! I will number the comments and then use the random number generator to pick a winner. :)

  57. What wonderful book and looks like some wonderful ideas will come from it. How fun to possibly win.

  58. I flipped through the book in barnes and noble but i have my fingers crossed i win a hard copy ;-) I have the ebook version on my ipad but it just isn’t the same. Anyway I love the infinity link and all the projects are awesome. Great book. Need wire!!

  59. I use wire in almost everything I make. I would call myself semi-experienced. I don’t do fancy wire coiling (lack the patience), but I do make my own components. I’m happy to learn about your blog and work through the blog hop for The Missing Link. Your work is great! Thank you for the chance to win. I signed up for your newsletter and your blog. :>)

  60. Over here from Cindy’s page! Firstly, congratulations on being a contributor to this amazing book! That must be such an amazing feeling (I know I’d pretty much be pinching myself for quite awhile if that were me) :)

    I would definitely say I’m an aspiring wire worker! I LOVE the look of wire in designs but haven’t quite took the plunge to start fully working with it yet-I’m slowly but surely adding wire to my designs though and would love the opportunity to learn more!

    Thank you for this awesome giveaway opportunity :)

  61. Looks like a great book, full of new ideas in wirework…hoping to win!

  62. That is so cool….also like your blog!

  63. Your lightbulb links look wonderful – I would definitely need to follow those directions carefully! I am a beginner when it comes to wire and I really like working with it!

  64. I use alot of wire in my designs but tend to use if for chainmaille but have tried wire wrapping, I have been tinkering with jewellery for 4 years but still consider my self a beginner, there is just so many new things to try.
    Niky Sayers silverniknats@email.com

  65. The more I see this book, the more I must have it! Your necklace is fun and beautiful. I’d say I’m intermediate to experienced. I use wire in just about everything I make. I love detailed wrapping. It was seeing gorgeous wire wrapped pendants a few years ago that got me started. Now that I’m in love with beads and lampwork, it would be great to incorporate beautiful links, too!

  66. I am definitely a beginner with big aspirations to wirework! The book looks fantastic.

  67. Hi Tracy, congrats on being a contributor to Cindy’s new book. You must be so proud to have been chosen I know I’d be. I love those light-bulb links, I can see a bracelet made out of just those, in all the wire colours available. I would consider myself an intermediate to experienced wire worker, (6 years of practice) though there is still SO MUCH to learn.
    I have just started to use hardware fence wire (steel) and find it quite a challenge as it’s temper is so different from the Artistic wire I typically use.
    I would love to win a copy of Cindy’s book.

  68. Awesome stuff. I LOVE your necklace! Not surprised it is adjacent to the title page. My book’s on order, but as it’s not out til December, I would be very happy to win and for Interweave to send me a copy before hand :-) I work with wire already, but not with the thicker gauges that Cindy does, so I am intrigued to read her tips and tricks about that.

  69. Looks a wonderful book on a topic which I definitely need help with. The necklace on the front cover is just too beautiful and the wire work shows off the wonderful beads so well.

  70. Congrats on your beautiful necklace! This book looks like a “must have”. I am a beginner as far as using wire, and I have so much I need to learn. This book would be a great resource!

  71. How exciting to be featured front and center in the book! Love the piece.

  72. I don’t use wire, but am interested in adding it in and would love to win this book to get some ideas!

  73. So amazingly different … always something fun and exciting to learn and see from you. I have used wire but not in such a creative way! Must have this book plzzzzz!

  74. I love wire and use it often. My husband is a contractor and I now find myself asking him to scavenge scrap wire left by the electricians and copper flashing too – LOL! I can’t wait to have one of Cindy’s books in hand. ~~T

  75. This book looks really exciting. I have been using all sorts of wire for a few years, I especially love the bigger gauges. The annealing process is my favorite. I would love to have this book. Thanks for the opportunity.

  76. I love making jewelry but I have never worked with wire before. I’ve wanted to and I’d like to start!

  77. Hi Tracy, many congrats to you and what great news that you are contributing to what seems like a fabulously inspiring book. Unfortunately here in the UK I have to wait till the end of November to even try to get the book, that’s way too long! I am a beginner but I learn through books and blogs by artists like you and Cindy and many others from the USA, The rustic style of jewellery making is amazing from American artists and the earthy designs and mixtures of media used give me such food for thought. The European style of metal working is more precise and orderly and I really look forward to the ideas that come from your blog, Cindy’s and others too. I am still finding my style of wire work but I definitely know what I admire in other artist’s work so I guess we all have to start from somewhere, Thanks for sharing your ideas and projects.

  78. this book looks great! I would say that I am still a beginner with wire I have been using it for a year now got all my pliers and tools!! I’ve made mostly earrings and bracelets. Still need a lot of practice, instructions and some great ideas. this book looks like it is full of them. jones.connie94@yahoo.com

  79. Loving this blog book tour, Tracy! And congratulations on your participation in Cindy’s new book. Especially love the mixed metal infinity links!

  80. I just got my copy of the book and I love it. Congrats on your awesome work, too, Tracy. Good job from everyone actually!

  81. I am such a beginner and wire is my first love… I can not wait to read the book..

  82. I am hoping to win the book because I want to do more wirework and I need help.

  83. The book is amazing. I love everything in it. It is totally on my wish list. Your necklace was one of my favorites in it. :)

  84. I use lots of wire in my work,I make most of my ear wires & clasps. I wouldn’t say I’m an expert since I haven’t done any wire wrapping.

  85. I do use a lot of simple wire wrapping and beaded links in my book so I have really been looking forward to this book so that I can expand my horizons.

  86. Your necklace is beautiful and the book is a must have!!!
    I’m still a beginner in jewelry making, working mostly with polymer clay and have not much experience with wire. I admire the wirework and would like to use it much more, I just need a good “teacher”. Maybe this book could be the perfect teacher and the final imput for me …

  87. Hi Tracy, thanks for the opportunity to enter. I’ve been a fan of Cindy’s since I found her in ‘Wire Style’, your pieces are great too and I’m now a blog follower too.

  88. Love the beautiful links. I can’t wait to try all of the great ideas in the book!

  89. Hi Tracy,

    I just love the necklace you created for this book. I am dying to get a copy; thank you for this opportunity. I make lampwork beads so I need a way to make them into jewelry. I would say that I am an aspiring wire worker at this point. I’m hoping that with this book, I can move into the beginner/fairly beginner category.

  90. l love jewelry making but not that good yet…but really trying to learn. Cool book would love to have a copy to work with.

  91. What an inspiring book! It’s just what I need to get more practice with wire!! I’d love to win a copy ….

  92. This book is definitely on my wish list. Congrats on being in such a lovely looking book! Awesome!

  93. Hi Tracy, I loved your contribution to this book. I haven’t seen the book so I’m unable to comment but I do love to work with wire and feel it’s a very creative medium. Love, Your Mother

  94. I find myself using wire more all the time. Love the versatility.

  95. What a great book! I love the ideas you’ve shared with us! Thank you!

  96. Hi Tracy,
    I’m fairly experienced with wire and have made several of Cindy’s designs from other books. Her work, as yours is very inspiring! Thanks for such a wonderful opportunity to win a copy of this book! I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy.

  97. I can only be considered a beginner at wire. I have been using wire for several years but don’t use it a lot, although I have been using it more lately. This book will definitely help in learning new techniques.

  98. To be honest, I never use wire for my jewelry, cause I work with beadweaving. But after I read Cindy’s blog about her book and watching your lightbulb link, ohhh there is a light for me to touch wire =)
    Thanks for inspire me.

  99. Hi Tracy! Thanks for the opportunity to enter this giveaway and congratulations on your included designs! I am a novice at wire work, but I am drawn to it – I keep meandering off to try different things but always seem to gravitate back to the wire! I am starting to work through my wire stash gradually, experimenting and ‘playing’ and I am making many of my own findings – clasps, ear wires etc. sharon x

  100. Hi Tracy, your artwork is awesome! I’m planning to copy one of your creations. Hope I’d get it right. I’m not experienced though, but I’ll try my best to make one for my best friend. She likes bracelets a lot. & we have this little misunderstanding going on as of the moment, with these idea I hope I could make one & give it to her. :) Godbless you more everyday ^_^

  101. I am interested in winning the s book. It sounds like a great addition to anyone’s jewelry making library. I am glad t see it is available s an ebook.

  102. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway! Cindy’s book looks awesome and I hope I win a copy, but will definitely buy a copy if I don’t.

  103. I’ve bought lots of wire over the past few years, and have played some with it, but have never actually felt comfortable enough with it to add it to my jewelry. The reviews everyone did on this book were amazing! I’ve been waiting for a great book on wire, and I think this is the one!

    Thanks for a chance to win a copy!!

    lissc

  104. I’m a news at playing with wire and loving learning new techniques

  105. This book will be a “must have.” I hope I’m lucky enough to win a copy but, if not, it will be on my Christmas list! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  106. oh boy! with all these lovely artist joining in …. not sure I have much of a chance at winning! But yes, I use wire. It is my first love of jewelry making. I would consider myself an intermediate wire worker – I could definitely expand my skills!

  107. While I am not an expert, I enjoy manipulating wire. I took a class on using steel wire with Keith Lo Bue and a new world has opened, as it is inexpensive, so it’s easier to allow myself to play.

  108. Hi Tracy! I’m completely new to using wire. I find very difficult to ‘master’ wire because it seems to have a personality of its own. Maybe reading Cyndi’s new book I’ll get the hang of it. Thank you for the chance, Ana. acbeads AT gmail DOT com

  109. This is a very interesting book about wire working. I see items that I would like to try and make.

  110. i am new to wirework…and this book is amazingly interesting..*rushing to buy more wire supplies *

  111. I’ve been playing with wire for two years….mine look nothing like this…I need this book!
    Wendy = fezzk@hotmail.com

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