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View Poll Results: How would you rate this tutorial?
So easy a caveman can do it!! hehehe 21 14.09%
Pretty simple. The pics helped more than the written 20 13.42%
Pretty simple. The written helped more than the pics 6 4.03%
Fun and Easy. I prefer pics and written 97 65.10%
Hard as hell but I gave it a shot! LOL 6 4.03%
Those instructions made no sense. Please re write them... 0 0%
Eh, Nothing I saw or read interested me. 1 0.67%
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Old 2009-02-28, 7:24pm
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Gorgeous!! I will SO try this one. Thanks for your generosity...very easy to comprehend!

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Old 2009-03-09, 7:25pm
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WOW for lack of a bigger word. I have just stumbled on to your tutorial and sooo want to try this, I have never done any wire work before and have no idea where to start. Could you please give me a pointer as to where I can get the wire and other silver bits wholesale or 'wallet friendly from'??
..and by the way really really top tutorial!
Thanks, Petra
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Old 2009-04-12, 9:07pm
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Thanks ya'll. Glassy, I get my wire from www.monsterslayer.com. To me, They have the best prices and excellent quality wire and findings.. www.ccsilver.com is a good place too. I buy from both.
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Old 2009-08-13, 10:00am
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Thank you so much for posting this tutorial.. I do a lot of lapidary work as well and I think this is the ticket for some of my large stones that are drilled! How does this translate for copper wire..do I have to anneal it some?
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very very nice.
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Beautiful. I am going to have to try this some time.
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