Wire is a popular material for jewelry crafters, given its versatility and its availability in any number of different gauges and colors. Varied techniques can yield complex pieces with intricate details or simple pieces with delicate embellishments. The authors begin by discussing safety measures, tools, and materials, including an overview of the various types of wire and what works best for various techniques. They organize projects in such a way as to illustrate that the wire-wrapping techniques can be built upon to create ever more complex pieces. These projects are well constructed, with easy-to-read and easy-to-understand instructions. Even beginning wire wrappers can get started right away with the basic bracelets, while experienced crafters will appreciate the tips and tricks. The clear, detailed photos accompanying the instructions make them easy to follow, and the pictures in the tools and materials section will help readers understand what to look for when shopping.