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Apron Fencing - Keep predators and rodents out of your chicken run with this unique fencing! The 12" apron is perect for keeping burrowing pests away from your flock. No trench is required, so you'll save yourself hours of backbreaking labor. Just bend the fence along the wire. Allow vegetation to grow up through the mesh along the ground and it'll be even more secure.
An idea to try using 2 chains each side and wire with a loop then passed through each pearl followed by another loop in the wire. Use these loops to connect to the chain on either side. Very classic! - Great work for more Wire crochet Ideas Vist my site http://www.yooladesign.com/
Little Wire Bird Nests Use 24 gauge wire, (brass, silver tone or sterling silver) and little cultured pearls or pearly-looking beads. Thread the beads onto the wire. Turn, bend the wire around the beads threading back through itself here and there. The more kinks the better. You can wrap bands of wire tightly around gathered rings of the nests for additional reinforcement - a good idea when making nests for jewelry.
wire guards would be good for ceiling fan pulls If you don't know how much wiggle room a clasp needs, use a wire guard for perfect crimp placement. Gently squeeze ends of guard together, snug crimp to guard, flatten crimp with chainnose pliers. Then use the crimp tool to round the crimp. Add a crimp cover....perfect professional finish.