Holding the frame securely with one hand, start wrapping your wire around the frame, as tightly as possible (fig. 11a, 11b, 11c). Make a few wraps and then start wrapping around first bead (fig. 11d, 11e).
Send wire down the back, up and around the frame (fig. 12a, 12b, 12c). If you have room, you can wrap your wire a couple of times around the frame before proceeding with the second bead. In my case, I don’t have much room between the beads so I will start wrapping around the second bead (fig. 12d, 12e).
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Take wire down back and up around the frame (fig. 13a, 13b). Once again, if you have room, you can add a couple of wraps around the frame if you’d
like. There isn’t much space between the two beads so I will start wrapping around the last bead and take the wire down the back of the frame (fig. 13c, 13d, 13e).
Bring wire up the front of the frame, and bring wire down the back. Cut excess wire and tuck ends away using a pair of needle nose pliers (fig. 14a, 14b, 14c, 14d, 14e). That’s it for the first wire!