About

My name is Latisha Leppert.  I am a wife, daughter of the King, crafter, homemaker (which just means work is never done), planner, organizer, and much more.  I love things to be organized and tidy, but life rarely ever falls into those categories, so I am learning to live well, love it, and see beauty in the messiness.

I have a Facebook page to show what I am making and selling.  Here are the links…

Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/wirewovendelights/

Purchase My Jewelry

https://www.facebook.com/pg/wirewovendelights/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1440332199360493

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  1. The Stacked Bracelet you made is “perfection”! I have made a few, BUT I found the tutorial a bit daunting. The woven strips are 7″ and the two side bangles are to be recut to 7 1/4″ after hammering. How did you get your hammered pieces to not curl and then set up with the 7″ woven strip? Thank you

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    1. Thank you! The 14 gauge pieces that were hammered and textured did want to curl on me, but I straightened them as I went after I hammered them. It took a lot of strong arming the wire since 14 gauge is so hefty, but I was able to get it…you just need to be careful of work hardening it. I think on of the reasons I was so successful with this bracelet was beacuse I had already made a more difficult version in Week Fourteen of my challenge with the Woven Wire Bracelet that it from the craftsy.com class Sarah Thompson teaches on bracelets. There is a whole section devoted to the hammered strips and she offers a lot of tips for doing it. If you look up Week Fourteen you will find a more detailed entry about me making that bracelet and that is what helped me to make this bracelet much nicer and quicker. I hope this helps.

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