Laraine Anne Barker: What an excellent tutorial, Aleshia. No fluffing around; you just get on with showing us what we need to do. I've just ordered some wire from eBay and I'm so looking forward to trying your very clever idea. I dropped my first needle when I'd hardly used it and searched in vein for it. I worked out that cost me about 85c (NZ currency).
janie marie: ..andI like yours better! You are brilliant!!! Thank you, as always!
Diane Higham: Genius
Ang Chuk: you are bloody amazing lady
OryonStar1: Love it!!!
panda crew: what type of metal is the wire you are using? stainless steel? i tried making mine using copper but bends too much when going through tight spaces.
Karen Gondzi: How neat will try this myself. Thanks for sharing
Stacy Stephens: How do you get the two different color ends, like with the beaded purse for mobile devices?
C. NAZARENO: Cool!! Thank you for sharing, you're the best!!!
Jackie Koller: good idea!
Datcha Girl: This is SO CLEVER Aleshia !!! Thank you for sharing !!
Zoey Brocklehurst: Thankyou sooo much for sharing this idea as I am always losing my needles and spend lots of money replacing them!
Madj Reyes: Girl.,,you're awesome!!! I thank God for Blessing you with intelligence and ability to create all this super tools. You're so gracious for sharing them with us! You're so talented and patient with your tutorials. May God bless you with lots of success and happiness.
Queen DaDiva: Awesome! Thank you. I did one with a 28 gauge. Nice.
Eli B. keg: Great idea thanx for sharing!!
bySusuko: This is great! I found your channel a few days ago and keep watching videos all the time. Thank you!
MsHarleyD: OMG Thank u. Wish I'd seen this b4 I bought some. I already hv that exact wire. :) Love your tutorials. xox
Jo Marie Dickinson: You can get even more yardage by getting equal gauge floral wire. I have 30 g floral wire that I bought a few years ago that still has 3/4 or more left, and I use wire for almost all of my projects!