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?
Are you unable to make projects that you like, because your local supplier doesn't have some of the materials?
Do you want to start without having to break your bank with expensive tools and materials?
As a wire weaver, 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.
Note: This book has 4 manuscripts
Book 1: Wire Weaving for Beginners: Make Your First Wire Jewelry Project and Learn Basic Wire Weaving Skills
Book 2: Intermediate Wire Weaving: How to Make Wire Jewelry Without Splurging on Expensive Metals
Book 3: Chain Maille Wire Weaving: How to Make Chain Maille With Affordable Metals and Minimal Tools
Book 4: Kumihimo Wire Weaving: How to Make Wire Kumihimo Braids With Affordable Metals and Minimal Tools
In this book you will discover:
Plus you will receive not one but 4 free bonuses:
But, as a complete beginner, will you be able to make wire jewelry using this book?
Yes. This book has been designed to let the beginner pursue her hobby, without feeling like it's too complicated.
From beginner projects to wire braids with lush blue cabochons, you will be able to learn a range of designs, even if you have never touched wire before.
Note: 2 manuscripts in this book do not have pictures. The other 2 have black and white pictures only
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