The good thing here is, that all you need is a thin wire.. if you will make a one-color viking knitting, all you need is an old coil with a thin copper wire I'm very glad you like it and I do hope you'll try that
Hopefully I can find some wire & end caps in my area. If not, there's always the internet, haha! I see you found a lovely use for your newest bicolor viking knitting. You're very good with polymer clay. I especially like the transition between the sky & water.
Thank you These wires are thin and based on copper, so they are pliable. The worst it was with stainless steel. Oh and I turn the wire start a bit, thus it works as surgery needle and knitting is easier
I'm happy you like it and I hope you will try that To finish it, I move it off the pen, run it through the holes and use thin wire to stitch up loops on the both ends. Then I use a thicker wire, pin it throught the end, bend it and turn in the direction from knitting, put a bead cap on it (I used simple like these here) and bend the peeping out wire to make a final loop. There you can put a ring and clasp on it. It's better visible here [link]
Oh those bead caps are fun to use, I have some in my box, but I never have exactly what I need .. I sort of envy owners of bead shops, they can simply go and take what's fitting, I have to travel over whole city to get those two tiny pieces