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  • 00:00: hello there everyone today I want to show you how to make this a wire woven Celtic knot ring and it looks like this so this is your Celtic knot design at the front and your ring band going all the way around cannot sit nice on your finger like this so give some nice detail but still be kind of a subtle ring as well so this is what I'm going to show you how to make today I've also done a bit more a simple version of it where I've weaved the ring band but the actual knot itself is to spare wires so I've already done tutorial on this so
  • 00:31: I'm going to put a link to that in the description box below so you can have a look at this and if you want to learn how to make that maybe it's an idea to just make that one first just to get used to the not a bit more because obviously this one is kind of the next step after that so I'm going to put a link to that in description box like I said if you wanna learn how to make this one then keep watching so these are the things that we'll need now all I'm going to need to make this ring is two different gauges of wire here and these are both regular round wire and I'm just working with a copper wire here now the
  • 01:02: first one it's a point six mil and that's going to be a base wires and this is a point two five mil and that's going to be the wrapping wire I'm also going to use is just my ring mandrel here to help me size the ring and shake the room band as well if you don't have a ring mandrel you can always use something like a marker pen or something else as long as you make sure that it has the right size that you want your ring to be and then also just a basic selection of your basic pliers so let's get all the materials together and then let's get started so what I've done first is I've cut four
  • 01:32: legs of my point six ml wire here so the base wire and then each about 30 centimetres long now it's going to be longer than what we need but we do need to have enough to just be able to work with it at the end as well so we need to cut these wires and then as for the point tier 5 where so the wrapping wire what I'm going to do is work with this off of reel so I'm not going to cut it off just because it can be difficult to know exactly how much you're going to need and you'll have less wastage as well so what we need to do is start wrapping the ring band first so I'm
  • 02:02: going to have all my base wires ready here to the point six mil I'm just going to start with one at a time and then build it up and then I'm going to take my point to five mil get ready with that and then what I'm going to do like I said work off the reel but I'm just going to leave a fairly long tail first so maybe leave a tail of about 60 to 70 centimetres that should be fine first of all you can use that to kind of help hold on to begin with but also we're going to need that later on when
  • 02:32: we kind of make the actual not as well so we need to attach this point to five mil wire to the point six mil wire first so what I'm going to do is bring it behind and go from about find about the middle of your point six mil wire and then go a bit to the side so maybe about a few centimeters to one side there because what we're going to do is the wrapping going across the middle so the actual wrap that we're going to do is going to end up about the middle of our wires there so just a rough
  • 03:03: estimate just nice to be precise and then from behind the point signal wire I'm going to wrap around that once just like this and then I'm going to bring in my next point six mil where place that on top we're using this tail as well to hold on to and just place that on top of that first wrap and then the wires coming from the back again so go around the front but now go around both wires
  • 03:34: and then we're coming back up we need to come up in between the wires so like that and then grab your next point signal wire place that on top of these again so you now have three adding one to the top every time going around the top two wires now and then go around the back and come up in between the two wires that you just wrapped around so in
  • 04:05: between the top two and then add the last one on top again so we're slowly attaching all the Y's together here one at a time erect around both of them and then come in between those two when you come back around with the top two again like that and then just once around the top one so that's the first rap that we've done basically
  • 04:35: and all the Y's are attached now it's still bit loose but it's going to get easier once we do a bit more and that's the rap isn't going to kind of hold all these wires together so it's coming towards the back at the top there so what I need to do is bring it all the way around the back of them back down to the bomb so we're going to start from the beginning again and what can help is just to kind of gently splay out your wires a little bit out on the side where you wrap it around so a bit like that
  • 05:06: a bit more space in there then and then what we need to do first is wrapping around the bottom one once again like that then back around the bottom two so go around the same one you've just gone around within the next one as well and come down between the middle of them all come up between the two just wrapped around and every time as you can see I'm pushing the wrap down with my finger doesn't have to be too much force but
  • 05:36: just so it comes nice and close together nice and neat wrap then go up two wires so walk around the next two up between the two you just wrapped around and around the top two and between the top two to come back up so just wrapping around that single one at the top so like this and then once just around
  • 06:07: that top one on its own and then we're done another rap and this is suppose you want what you want to keep doing now this is the rap that we're going to be doing throughout the whole ring band so just keep doing this until you got in a section that you think it's going to be long enough for your ring band so I now kept wrapping the same weave here until I reach about a length that I think it's going to be just right for my ring band and then what you'll find as well as both sides of your weave here isn't exactly the same so when we start to shape this when you need to do is just
  • 06:39: decide what side you want to be kind of the main focus of the ring bands will be pointing outward because one side is the way that I showed you that way but then the what I kind of call the backside here it's a bit different you have one wrapping wire that goes across all your base ways when you do your wraps so it's completely up to you both sides are really nice in our own way so you decide which one you want to use so what we need to do now before we move on is just double check the length of this that is going to be the right size for the ring band and to do that we need to get out
  • 07:09: the ring mandrel so what I'm going to do is just shape this around the rim mendel just to make sure and I've chosen the side that I want so the one that I kind of call the backside I want to be facing in towards the ring mandrel and then I'm going to place that behind here and just start shaping it just our way to do it to the size that you want your ring to be and just shape it around and then what we need to check is that the weave ends in the right place so we don't want the weed to end say right on the top here if your wires cross over and then
  • 07:39: meet we don't want the way to go all the way up there it needs to end actually a bit down the side so just coming up a bit further than the side or your ring mandrel or whatever else you're using so this is actually just perfect so that's how you want to make sure your weave sits then we also kind of have the shape of the ring band now don't worry too much about that because we're still working on it so what I'm actually going to do is just bend it out a little bit more so I do have the basic shape but we're going to then keep working on these wise now and do a bit more weaving so now that we know that the ring band
  • 08:10: is just right size wise what we can do is then actually go cut off the rest of this weaving wire off the reel that we're working from just because we also need to cut some new links off as well what we need to do now is start making the patters going to actually form the knot so we'll work on one side at a time and then what we need to do is to actually separate out these base wires a little bit so you have your fall so we need to split them down the middle so two to one side and two to the other side and just put a gentle bend in there now you can always just a little
  • 08:42: bit more once we've weaved a bit so just so you have two coming towards each their own side like this and then what we need to do is continue the weave out on these wires on the base wires so what we still have we still have a weaving wire attached on each end here that we're just going to continue using and we're going to be doing the exact same we basically the only differences we'll have two base wires instead of four but the weave is the same so I'm going to come back down around the backside of
  • 09:13: the two wires just once around the bottom one and press it all the way in once around both like that and then once around just the top one so as you can see it's the exact same way that we did for the ring band just with less space wise and keep doing that so you want to keep doing this away out and this is
  • 09:44: with the original weed and wire that's still attached to your hole pieces because it's basically coming from the ring band so that's easy not for that and then what we need to do as well is do the same thing on the other side here so to be able to start that same weave on the other two base wires here what we need to do is attach a new wire so just cut off a length of your point two five mil wire again about 50 centimetres will be fine and then what I'm going to do is
  • 10:14: we need to attach this to then start doing the same weave so I'm just going to slide it down in between the two base wires just to start off with and just leave a very short tail there just for you to hold on to and we start off just doing same thing so we have once around the bottom wire once around both and then just once around the top one so as you can see again the exact same wave and the same one that we're doing up here so what we're now doing is forming kind
  • 10:45: of two legs coming out from the ring band with the same wave just with less bass wires so you want to keep doing this to both of them and what we need is I'll say we've about two centimeters worth of weave on here now it doesn't have to be exactly as we can always add a bit more once we form the knot or even take a bit away if it's a bit too much but around two centimetres and then once you do this you're going to the other side as well do the exact same thing so use the one that's already attached
  • 11:17: separate your wires out here same way start with the top one weave around there with the same we've attached a new wire to down here and then start like I just showed you as well and again about two centimetres on both sides and obviously what you'll find is you're going to have quite a few wires kind of waving around well that's why you can always cut them down a bit shorter links one once you've done a bit because then what we need to use these weaved lights for it doesn't actually create the knob so just take your time doing this try and move your otherwise out of the way
  • 11:48: once you're working on a specific piece so do this for a little bit and then I show you how we actually make the knot so I've now done all sections here and I've got my we going out about two centimetres or so and then what we have as you can see it's a bit of a wire mess really we have quite a few ends and Tails left we just leave everything on till now because I'm going to use the weaving wearing that at the end anyway to fasten everything together and as you can see I've opened up the ring bag quite a bit as well but like I said don't worry too much about that because
  • 12:19: once we've made the knot with tightening everything in we're going to reshape this around the ring mandrel so now we need to do is actually create the knot and to do that we want to start preparing all the sections on the side here so to start with one side at a time and then as you can see just make sure that they're coming out from the ring band at quite an even angle so it looks nice and neat like that then what we need to do create your curve here in each section coming back in once again you just try and get a nice gentle curve in there
  • 12:51: nice smooth one coming back in like that and then what else is there just trying to kind of try and keep the weaving wire almost with your base why is there almost as if they were one wire we just obviously be a bit careful with it and then the same on the other side shape that to come back in across the middle and then just cross them over here as well so it looks roughly something like that and to the other side do the same thing just need to shape the Y's of it first
  • 13:24: it's just get a gentle curve for now just so we have something to work with really and then do the other one and then bend that over so what we end up with is almost a bit of an eye shape first across over there in the middle as well so just like this and then what we have now is an eye shape on each side there so what we need to do now is bring these two towards each other and I said just try and keep your weaving wise kind
  • 13:54: of out of the way and pretend like they're one of the base wires as well like it's all one we need to bend these towards each other a little bit to get this started off so like this and then what we need to do is with the two sides is we need to intertwine the whole thing so basically the way that this knot works is that every opposite one is going over and under so I'm going to show you that as we go but what we need
  • 14:24: to do first is these ones happen to be coming underneath the other ones so I'm just going to bend them a little bit further and that's going to be the starting point and we're going to keep that cross over as well because it's going to be part of the knot obviously once we tighten it up but that's going to be probably look as well then what we need to do this is now coming these two are coming underneath so what we need to do is make sure to place the rest of them here in the right direction so what we're going to do is on this side so in my case the right one
  • 14:54: here on the inside there that one's actually crossing over the other one so just going to work with that and then I'm going to make sure that that crosses over the other one from the opposite side here as well so we just need to open it out a little bit again so I'm going to take this one bring it out to the side and then what we need to do is take the ends just kind of gently bend it don't get too many kings in there and then bring it through the ring band and then also make sure you bring through
  • 15:24: your weaving wire with it so just do this gently bring it all the way through like that so that now is positioned underneath it comes over kind of the end of your base wise here from the other side but it goes underneath the one straight across on it so that's the one side and just leave it to come through the ring band there on the other side here we're also going to let it come
  • 15:55: over the first one so it's crossing over from the opposite the diagonally opposite one and then what we need is we need to just have a look at what else is going on so this side like I said that's coming from the up side here that one is going over the other one on that side so this one this diagonally opposite needs to also go over the one that's straight across from it so that means we need to go down come over that but then go down
  • 16:25: in that eye shape basically just like that but what we just need to make sure is that we're kind of going down in the right place because you kind of have the Y from the other side splitting up the eye shape into so you have two places you can go down and then what we need to do is make sure we go down before that one bring your weaving wire with you as well sometimes you can help get Matt
  • 16:55: through first so kind of gets it out of the way just like that and then bring the two base wise down just gently so bring him down through there and then coming through the ring band as well so just like that and then we're looking at it what we need to do is just make sure everything sits right then that they're not is completely correct and we basically double-check that by just making sure all the wires are crossing
  • 17:25: over correctly like I said what this knot is about is that it's basically over-under over-under just with the exception of some of the kind of tails of them other sections here so that means that the ones that are diagonally opposite so those two they're both going over everything so here in the middle section so they said correctly the two opposite ones diagonally opposite they're going under so that's correct and then what we just need to do is check as well that the rest are sat correctly here and I sure can see that
  • 17:57: they're not quite just yet so that means the crossover sections here once so for instance this one it comes over so that one actually needs to go down in the first space and not the second one so that one's actually not correct so what I'm going to do is just gently bring this back out this was one of the first ones we did anyway so we didn't actually weave this into anything we lead other ones around it so just try and keep the curve there so instead of that second
  • 18:29: place we're going in between we need to come down in the first one bring your weaving wire with you and just do all these movements nice and gently so you're keeping the rough idea of your curves there that you put in originally but you also don't get any obvious kinks or bends in your way so just keep your smooth curves and don't be too worried about it because we can still adjust it
  • 19:00: after him so this is more correct now that's why just double check once you think you're not right just double check it because we need to make sure everything is going over under basically opposite ones so now all the other ones sit correctly and then the crossover ones in the middle here you just need to make sure that the one that comes over here on the outside goes under the one in the middle and then comes out the ring band saying the opposite way so this is what the knot looks like now and it's completely
  • 19:30: correct all this it's not quite finished yet because as you can see it's quite open and also the ring band here is a little bit large so that's what we need to do now the knot is finished and all that I will get the weave in place so now we need to do is start tightening this up a little bit and for this you just want to spend a bit of time on doing this because it's just maneuvering the wires a bit basically so just gently push them together so tighten it up a bit both the
  • 20:00: ring band but also the actual knot itself and then you can tell can I just pull these a little bit and as you can see kind of wants to sit off-center but that's why just take your time maneuver in place until it's completely how you want it to be and you can also open up some of the curves a bit more as you can see you're getting the rough idea of the knot it's a little bit too large so what I'm going to do is well while it's open still put it back on my ring mandrel
  • 20:30: because that's going to also help us to then obviously first of all get the right size for the ring and the shape back in the ring band but it's also going to help with the actual not so I'm just going to press them together here when I've chosen where the size that I want and then also just make sure to kind of if you need to pull anything a bit here just do that gently and you can just try and hold it on your ring
  • 21:01: mandrel there it's going to help you get the whole thing in place so just keep maneuvering this these wires around until this sit exactly how you wanted to sit let's just take a bit of time and doing this tightening off this knot and then getting the right size so do this until you're completely happy with it so I've now kept maneuvering the wires here until I'm getting more happy with the actual knot and what I also can recommend
  • 21:31: that you can do like I said put it back on the ring module as well to help you shape it and then while it's on the ring mandrel and you kind of get in closer to the knot that you want is getting tighter what can be a tip as well is to get your chain nose pliers I would recommend the chain nose pliers use them to also help just ease the wires exactly where you wanted to go obviously do it gently and carefully because you're working with some fine wire here the weaver wire but also just to not market I'll scratch it but also because the weazy on the side remember you got to
  • 22:01: base wise next to each other so what you can do is help kind of squeeze them flat so it lies flat instead of kind of maybe tilting up or down so just as you're moving the wires around make sure to do that as well otherwise you can just gently use your pliers to help maneuver the wires in place because it can be a little bit how to do with your fingers so just keep doing this until you're completely happy and also that has the size of the ring that you want now and then once you're happy with the knot what we need to do we've got all these ends left so what we need to do is get
  • 22:32: rid of them and then tighten the whole thing securely in place so to finish off the ends I'm going to take it off the ring mandrel again because we always need to have a bit of space there to work with and then we're going to look at all the individual wires here and finish them off and what you cannot be able to see as well this is where you can then check your weave if you need to weave a bit more because it ends a bit too soon especially if you look from underneath so if it ends kind of say bit further ends you can actually see some of the bare wire in the actual knot you
  • 23:03: want to just add a bit more weave to it the exact same weave if you've done a bit too much like I can see on this one I just have a little bit too much because actually sticking out on the side there and then you can always just unweave some of it and just do this gently so basically go back in the same path or the opposite path really then you did the actual weave just to undo a little bit so I need to do that on this one just a few wraps and then maybe just one or two on this side as well
  • 23:35: otherwise it looks pretty good to me so if you need to adjust any of your weave just do that now so the bare wires that underneath here towards the sides of you not so kind of finishes underneath so you can't see it so now that I've undone some of my weave there so on the back they all end in the right place so whether bare wires start and it's perfect fine to undo some of the weave just obviously do it gently and as every time you then undo one wrap just smooth it out with your finger just to try and
  • 24:06: avoid it getting too dashed because you smooth it out then it'll last a bit longer if you just need to reuse it again so just do that gently it's absolutely fine because then we're just still going to use these wheeling wires here just to kind of secure the knot in place as well what I also have left are these short ends one on each side there those are the ones were added in the extra wire to do extra wet wraps there what I'm going to do now is actually get rid of them because I know everything is in place my weave is the way I want it
  • 24:36: to be and they're not as well so I'm going to get my flush cutters can also use regular wire cutters if you don't have them but I do really like using flush cutters especially for things like this because it really gets in there and cuts off a wire right up close as close as you can get really where as wire cutters you'll have to then take your chain nose pliers and just smooth it down which I do with foot prints anyway but there's less to smooth down because you want to run your finger over and make sure you don't have that very end
  • 25:07: of your wire sticking out because it specially with it being a ring it's going to scratch or catch in your skin or clothes or something so just make sure of that cut that down so it's nice and smooth same on the other side as well and just always to try and move things around without ruining the knot that you've already made here on the front and just smooth that one down as well and this the end is kinda just going to
  • 25:38: get hidden there in between the weave that you've already done so won't be visible just make sure that you can't feel it either you just press it down with your chain nose pliers so now what's left to do is finish off the base wire so all these ends and also secure the knot in place obviously doesn't move around so much when you're wearing it so I'm going to go to the back for that so if you look closely on yours you'll see as well if you've kind of ended your weave in the right place you just have bare wires just crossing behind the wire
  • 26:08: the weed wise here that they are crossing behind they'll be bare wires because what we need to do is actually kind of coil them down but only just slightly and that's how we want to secure in place because I kind of don't want be able to see these ends from the front when you're looking at the knot so I want it to be kind of just or not that you can see to make it nice and neat so we're going to start with one at a time one section at a time and then what we're going to do is make sure
  • 26:38: everything sits correctly and I like to kind of just hold my knot in place with my fingers like this to just make sure that doesn't move around too much because obviously it can just start a little bit while we're doing this work so I'm going to do is cut these down pretty sharp because I only just want a very short length to kind of Bend back around and use that to secure the end in place so just cut it just a bit out from the frame underneath so just enough for us to basically make a bit of a loop
  • 27:08: just like that then we can then hide underneath get your round nose pliers if you can get them with a fine tip that's best and just take one of your base wires at a time here so you can maybe just move one a bit out of the way first and then take the inner one and just start like you were going to just do a loop here and just loop it around make sure it comes and sits on the inside of
  • 27:41: the ring and just try and get it as fine as possible if you don't have that fine round nose pliers you can also just get the loop started and then take your chain nose pliers and then help maneuver it back around it's not going to be completely around probably then but it doesn't really have to be we just need something there a bit of a loop that's going to be very small and subtle but you're stilling to anchor with as well so with the weaving wire so
  • 28:11: just maneuver in place so that it's going to sit the actual loop is going to sit behind some of your weed wires here so you won't be able to see it from the front but also with the nature of it being a little loop rather than just a sharp end is it's going to be more likely that we can then actually hide it so you won't be able to feel it either because this part is always going to be against the skin so just kind of keep working in your loop here get it as
  • 28:42: small as possible just so we can use that loop for the weaving wire to then secure it in place so now that I have a very small loop just there laid just behind the weed wires so from the front hair so I just keep going back and checking in front you can't really see a loop there I'll see anyway behind a pattern the one sticking out but that's one we've got to do next so once that loop is just the right size small enough there then to sort the other wire out now if you have enough space or if you
  • 29:14: got enough fine enough players then you can maybe make a loop with that as well but there isn't really much space there to do that with without it being able to stick out on the side here so what makes you're going to do is cut it down just a little bit more so you just have a couple millimeters left and then take my chain nose pliers and then instead of making an actual loop I'm just going to bend it towards the other loop so your actual very tip of it and kind of
  • 29:44: maneuver inside lies right next to it and maybe even if you can get the very end of it just to tuck in right underneath the loop because you might have just a little bit of space there and just keep kind of feeling it and if you can still feel that the end is still sticking out and also keep checking from the front so if you can see anything and obviously you just need to do a bit more maneuvering but that's what I'm going to do with the other wire so kind of just
  • 30:15: tuck it in and then once you're also done with that you can always cut off a little bit extra if it's still just a little bit too long make it just a bit easier to tuck in then what I'm going to do is well when you're happy with both your loop and the other way you want to just kind of squeeze them with the weed wires just on top they're not like really hard but just so they line nice and flush and you don't have UN sticking out there either so that's how I'm going
  • 30:46: to then finish off those and then what we need to do when you're happy with that is use the weaving wire that's from that section so from that leg and kind of attach this in place and also using the loop so it's going to stay in the same place that we want it to so once you're happy with your loop and your end of your wire there you can't see it and you can't feel it then to use this weaving wire to secure it in place and it is alright to finish the base way off like this because when you look from the side you can actually see that some of
  • 31:17: these sections of wire are kind of raised a bit anyway so there is that space in between the sections and your skin so then just tuck in those ends so it's completely fine then what we need to do is use this and just check where your weaving wires coming from - coming from the back of that section and then around the bottom here so when I weave back the correct direction just so I'm not undoing my weave and then go back around to capture this section but then we need to connect it with the section
  • 31:51: on top here so you just want to kind of find a spot where you can just you want to go just over it once or twice here but where you can just kind of pull your wire tight so when you do that because of such a fine wire it will kind of just blend in with you leave if you look close you will be able to see that obviously then you have an extra rap kind of compared to the rest of the weave but because it's such a fine way you won't really notice that much so I'm going to go back around the
  • 32:21: front there and then come back through the back and what I'm going to make sure to do is well just catch that loop and if you can maybe go through it if you can't then just make sure to go below the loop because that loop is a bit of a stopper for the way otherwise the bass wires could just slip out of your wrap here so just like this now I've caught that loop and check your the side and
  • 32:51: you just want to check your wrap there and before you do another one you want to make sure that this sits correctly so we'll make sure that this wrap that you just done doesn't kind of cross over several wires you want it to kind of be able to pull tight and then it falls down or tucks in between the refs the weave that you did originally there so pull a bit tight make sure it sits correctly and then it's going to blend in just nicely there so once you've done that first wrap and it's it's nice and tight so it just kind of blends in with
  • 33:22: your weave you can't see it really then what we need to do is go back around what you can also just do with that first one if it doesn't want to go completely down by itself I just pull in the wire you can always take your chain nose pliers and help press it down just make sure it's not crossing otherwise but actually nestling in between and also when you're pulling you don't want to pull too tight especially if you did undid some of your weave hair like I had to do on some of them because the wire is a little bit more kind of damage than a little bit more brittle so just make sure you don't pull it too tight
  • 33:53: rather use your chain nose pliers in in that case but then kind of come around the front again make sure the wire Nestle's in between the weave and then back to the inside of the ring and then it's really just a matter of finishing this off because I've gone around twice now and that's going to be nice and secure because we're doing at multiple places so it's not just this one that's holding the whole thing in place we're going to be doing all the ends the same thing here and also you don't want to fill in your weave which because it's going to become more
  • 34:23: obvious if you do too many raps so go around the back and just kind of basically find where you can get this in your weaving wire and then it's just a matter of finishing it off so if you can go through the loop maybe one more time and just coming out on the other side just for now because that's what's coming out naturally like that and then I'm just going to check it to make sure
  • 34:53: that wrap Nestle's in between the wheel just like that and pull it nice and tight and then instead of going around again I'm just going to come down through the same hole you're not but just around that loop so we're starting to kind of just finish off this weaving wire now and just take your time because obviously have still a lot of wires going on to not get too caught and tangled up so I'm back on the inside and
  • 35:24: then you can just kind of do this a couple of times wrap around so then once you're happy it's going to be nice and secure what I'm going to do is then go in and cut off this weaving wire nice and close but just leave maybe about a millimeter or so because I'm going to use that end to then took in anywhere that you can really get it so if you can get the actual end to go inside the loop I'll be brilliant because cause you
  • 35:54: don't want to stick it out because this is on the inside as well so just gently take your chain nose pliers and then kind of I like to roll in the direction that the wire is actually going so something like this and you can always just squeeze to look down just to make sure it's nice and flush still make sure you feel it with your fingers go over it and if you can feel anything just do a bit more squeezing or rolling until you can't feel it at all because then you
  • 36:25: won't be able to feel the either when you're wearing it so that's that one finished off now and it's still looking nice on the front here so the original knot that we may we'll happy with that so then that's the one end finished off the one section so all you need to do now really is go back through all of them and do the exact same thing so move to the next one do the same thing make it a little tiny loop with the one wire and I'd like to do the one that's brothers to watch the ring band let's just cause to tend to be a bit more space there but just do where
  • 36:55: you feel is the best space port and then the other one you can cut down and then just tighten it in place with the weaving wire so do this all the way around and finish off your ends and then basically when you've done that we'll have the finished ring so now that you finished off all the ends here on the back you can see it's nice and neat we're hidden all the ends there behind the other weaves so from the front you can't really see any at the end and also make sure when your fingers over also
  • 37:25: you can't feel anything because then if you can't feel anything it will be nice and comfortable to wear and it'll sit like this and your finger a nice little Celtic knot quite subtle ring but still really nice detail to it so that's how you make this wire woven Celtic knot ring so really hope that you enjoyed this tutorial and thank you very much for watching hello everyone today I want to show you how to make these Celtic knot wire work earrings and they look like this so quite simple to have a nice dangle to
  • 37:59: them and just because of the gemstone that added there also gives a bit of color we have this nice effect but they're quite simple and easy to make so if you want to learn how to make these then keep watching so these are the few things that we'll need to make these earrings now here I have my wire and this is a