I've featured one of Jennifer Beidermann's wire woven cuffs before. It was a design with a traditional frame and clasp.  But she also teaches how to make a claspless 6 wire woven cuff.  This is thus an easier design for less experienced wire workers to try.  A good project to learn how to do this style of wire basket weaving.

The wire ends are scrolled - less daunting than having to create a proper clasp for this style of cuff!

She used 18 G for the foundation and 28 G wire for the weaving. Soft temper wire is a must.  Practice with copper which is a soft wire.  But when you move on to precious metal, I've found fine silver is much easier to use as a weaving wire than sterling silver.

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