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My husband and I have been busy making tools I can use when wire working. Making a peg board isn't too difficult, so he says, and using toothpicks cut in half as pegs works well too!
I have used polymer clay to make different shapes as objects I can wrap wire around when needed. I do quilling as well and my quilling work board was greatly helpful in providing molds for graduated shapes including squares, circles, triangles, ovals, teardrops and hearts (you can see a photo of my workboard here http://www.rucraft.co.uk/product/deluxe-quilling-board-and-tool/002...). I took inspiration from a wire bending jig I found out on http://www.cooksongold.com/category_select.jsp?query=wire+bending+jig and have made shapes to glue down to the peg board to help with this.
So, now to creating... I started a project but wasn't satisfied with how it was going so I've restarted it from afresh.
Wish me luck and I hope to post some photos before long...
All the best!