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Wire Bracelet Workshop by Erica

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Looking for an original present? You could buy one of my wire bracelets, or learn how make one for yourself!

There are 45 different colours for you to choose from and a choice of fastenings too and
by the end of the workshop you will have a finished bracelet to take home.
It’s easier than it looks!

Also, on the day you will have the opportunity to buy more materials to make more bracelets when you get home.

Contact me by email if you'd like me to teach your craft group.

Fees vary depending on times, location and numbers.


Greetings Cards

High quality Photograph of embroidered Peacock feather worked on silk paper

Card is A5 size (photo 5" x 6" approx)

Card is blank inside

£2 Each


Cards are square (photo 5" x 5") Cards are blank inside

£1.50 each or 2 of each design for £5

Triple Helix wire Bracelet, Necklace and Earrings £5

This is very easy to make on a Kumihimo disc. See all the information and images here.

Available as a downloadable pdf - email me -

You can make bracelets, earrings, pendants and necklaces and is very addictive - once you start you won't want to stop. Full range of colours available - now 45!










Delicate Lacy wire Necklace and Earrings £7

This design is sold as a  kit, including instructions, gilt wire and findings. You can make one necklace and a pair of earrings from the wire included. Extra wire is available for £2 for the same cut length. It a very delicate looking necklace and requires this particular type of wire to keep its shape.
Note - This design first appeared at the Nottingham Knitting Show in 2011, but it has only appeared here on the website since April 2012.





“Scrumpleknit” necklace and Scribble Earrings £5

This is an unusual and quirky design for a knitted wire necklace. So called because the finished necklace can be gathered up and crushed in your hand to keep it's "crumpled" look. I have included 2 designs for earrings in the pattern. One is quite a simple design pictured on the cover and the other design is called “Scribble” earrings because the wire is randomly knotted into loose dangly earrings - each pair unique!

Note - This design first appeared at the Nottingham Knitting Show in 2010, but it has only appeared here on the website since April 2012.







Angled tweezers £3 - essential when using an overlocker. Different types available
Use for threading loopers and needles.

Brass wire and nylon threaders £1 - helpful for threading overlocker loopers
Large seam ripper £1.50 - good quality made in Japan



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