If you want to learn wire weaving without paying $60 for a single weaving class, then keep reading...
Do you want to learn how to make wire woven jewelry, but don't know where to start?
Do you want to learn at home, without having to pay $60 for attending a single wire weaving class?
Do you want to start without having to break your bank with expensive tools and materials?
As a beginner, I, the author, also faced such problems.
That is why I came up with secret methods that make it easy for you to start wire weaving with just a few basic tools.
I will share these secrets inside this book.
In this book you will discover:
- The #1 material you should be using to make your wire jewelry, that is both inexpensive and easy to work with
- The 'Snake Weave' technique that will help you make beautiful designs, even if you are a beginner
- 3 classic projects that you can make, wear, and gift to those who are special in your life
- One simple technique to splice out extra wire when you run out
- The secret tool you should use to measure the gauge of your wire, that has personally made it much easier for me
- How to add clasps to your designs, to add a polished look to your woven jewelry
- 1 handy method to incorporate and show off colorful beads in your projects
Here are the answers to some questions you might have about this book:
Q: I'm a complete beginner in making wire jewelry. Will this book help me make my first piece of wire woven jewelry?
A: Yes. This book is geared towards the people who don't have any experience making wire jewelry. You can complete your first project with this book, start to finish.
Q: I see many ads for wire weaving classes in my city, but I don't want to physically go and pay for a class to learn wire weaving. Can your book help me learn?
A: As the title suggests, this book is here to comprehensively teach the most basic and versatile wire weaving skills, so that you can get started and make your first piece of wire woven jewelry. By using this book you can start without having to attend any classes.
Q: I don't have much money but I want to start this hobby, can your book help me?
A: If you want to make jewelry and don't know where to start then wire wrapping/weaving may be for you as it is fairly inexpensive.
I show you exactly how to make jewelry that you can wear and sell, with a minimal starting investment of a few basic hand tools and some wire.
Q: Will I be able to experiment and make my own designs after going through this book?
A: Sure, the techniques and weaves given in this book are classics, and after enough practice, you can make your own designs
Discover the charm and uniqueness of wire weaving. Let your loved ones see and appreciate your creativity.
Don't waste more time by denying your desire to learn how to make wire woven jewelry.
Every day that you delay is another day that you might be forced to shell out $60 or more, for learning the same techniques that are included inside this book.
Take action and buy this book now
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