I thought I'd post some pictures of my attempts so far at the Celtic Knot Bracelet in the book Wire Wrapping. You can find the link again here. I was also experimenting with some different settings on my camera, and the different lighting conditions here, so bear with me!
As you can see, the way I was trying to form the knots made them all irregular, which was especially noticeable with two different gauges and colors of wire. I did this one during the hurricane when it didn't seem like there was anything else to do. And I knew it would take me forever and a day to get it done.
Here's attempt #2:
I only posted one picture because I photographed in a hurry and not all of them turned out....but you can definitely see the difference. It still took awhile to make (I was watching about a two hour movie if that's considered an accurate measure of time), but it looks much better. I didn't have jump rings that were a thick enough gauge to support the knots, so I whipped some up using the same wire. Definitely going to buy some already made, because these rings just look....well, like I did the myself and in this case that's not a good thing!
I'm planning on getting some "nice" wire now so I can keep practicing and possibly put some in my shop. I'm comparing prices right now, but if anyone knows a good supplier....?