Drill a hole at the end of a wooden rod, RUB the rod with a piece of candle to wound on a wire is more easily removed. Thread the wire end through the hole so it does not move during winding.
Pressing the wire to the rod, rotate it until you get a thick smooth wire spiral. Gradually move the thumb holding down the helix as it is lengthening. Cut with wire cutters threaded hole in the end of the wire, remove the stem and remove the finished spiral.
Firmly pressing the spiral with your thumbs, pull her to the side so that the hinges lie on the same line, next to each other.
Put a stretched spiral on a piece of thick cloth (to protect work surface — as the wire can damage the wooden tabletop) and smash it with a rolling pin.