Crocheting with wire is a little different from using thread or yarn and does take practice getting used to. If a project does not turn out to be perfect the first time you will soon learn that wire can be very forgiving as you can pinch the loops together with your fingertips where it looks untidy, once the item has been completed. The best way to get started is by practicing to make a chain – you will quickly learn that the wire takes on the shape of the stitch, unlike yarn that is easy to manipulate, so you need to pull the wire through the loop of the chain carefully the first time round. The instructions in this book are simple to follow and you will find it fun trying some of them out.
|Publisher:||Mabel Van Niekerk|
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About the Author
Mabel van Niekerk's main passion in life is travel. She enjoys writing about her many travel experiences and documenting reference books to provide information to prospective tourists. She is also passionate about crafting and enjoys writing reference books about the various crafts she has mastered and enjoys. Mabel has now turned her hand to writing books for young children, as she recalls the stories she told her own children many years ago.