We do not regret neither forces, nor time for the improvement of our house. And yet there comes a time when we want something original. Hooks of this unusual hanger is made of large glass beads woven into a durable wire design. This project used a large "marble" beads, but the store you will find many other types of glass beads. This design is mounted on the wall, would be a convenient hanger for hats or towels.
galvanized wire diameter: 0.8 and 1.6 mm
6 "marble" balls
a thin wire
3 large glass ball
2 wooden rod of different diameters (to make holders for conventional and large balls)
pliers with tapered jaws
Cut three pieces of wire of length 60 cm with a diameter of 1.6 mm. Make holders for "marble" balls on both ends of each piece of wire, double-wound wire around a wooden rod. Complete obtrude wire pliers with conical jaws. Cut off all excess wire.
Spread them apart hinge holders and insert them between the glass beads.
Cut a piece of wire with a diameter of 1.6 mm and a length of 45 cm and bend it three small loops, evenly distributing them. They are threaded three screws that hanger fixed to the wall. Fold the ends of the wire up (see photo).
Connect four pieces of wire, not too tight and encircled them with a thin wire. It helps to keep four of the wire forming the main horizontal bar of the hanger during operation.
Make three holders of large glass beads of thick galvanized wire. Make a split ring for each bulb (see stages 1 and 2), not obtrusive wire around the base of the holder. Make for all the major balls of a single wire ring by wrapping the wire once the wooden rod with a diameter slightly less than the diameter of the large ball.
Slide a bead between the two loops of each holder, and then slip into the middle of the ball of a single loop with a larger diameter, pushing her down.
Tightly, turn to turn, wind the ends of wire holders big balls thinner galvanized wire. These tips will be curved parts of the hooks.
Wrap each folded piece, as long as the length of the wrapped portion will not be sufficient to be able to bend it from the hook; then fold in pairs in opposite directions remaining free ends of the four wires of the core at an angle of 90 degrees. Shorten bent the ends, leaving about 2.5 cm They will be tied to a horizontal crossbar of a hanger.
Give each hook a curved shape by bending it around a thick wooden rod.
Attach the prepared hooks to the horizontal bar thinner galvanized wire, placing each hook under the loop of the screw.
Tying the hooks to the horizontal bar, gradually unroll the thin wire holding the wire ends of the horizontal crossbar.
Fold back to different sides of the decorative ends of the wire to the horizontal crossbar and screws attach the finished rack to the wall.