Whether a gallery-quality photograph or treasured keepsake, the timeless art of adorning walls with pictures calls for something to firmly hold them up – picture wire. Reliably securing wall hangings requires a knot – the most popular and dependable way to tie off the wire.
To begin, take the picture wire, create a minuscule loop at the end of it, then feed the user through the circumference you’ve made. Pull the wire until it is tense, assuring that the knot is securely in place.
To finalize the creation, one technique is to take the end of the wire and craft a diminutive loop. Afterward, loop the other end of the wire through this first one and draw it tight, making sure the knot is correctly tied.
Instead of forming a knot, one alternative is to wrap the terminating section of the wire tightly around the remainder of the strand. Doing so forms a stable PivotPoint that relieves the necessity of using an additional securement device.
Now that you have secured the knot, trim away any superfluous wire that remains. Ensure you have kept enough of the wire to hang the picture on the wall.
A sturdy foundation has been set in the form of the classic knot, securing the picture wire and guaranteeing that your treasured frames remain where they belong, on the wall.