Working With WireBack on August 8, I posted a photo of some copper wire weaving. It got set aside for a bit while I was busy with yard work but I finally got a fair amount done and thought I would share the basic process today. Okay, I also need a reason to avoid more yard work!
Here are three pieces of the woven copper wire. All started out exactly the same. The one in the foreground is how it looks after weaving a length of five loops-through-loops. It's pretty bulky.
The next one in line, I pulled through the hardwood draw plate three times — and finished it as a bracelet.
The one at the back has been pulled five times. As a result it is much thinner -- and about 50% longer.