Step 8:Grasp the end of the wire with a bent nose pliers and pull the wire around the front of the neck and towards the back. You will find it easier to do the wrap is you pull the wire in a slightly upwards motion.
Continue to wind the wire around the neck until you have three full wraps. You may only get two wraps if you do not wrap closely together. If your wraps are tight, as they should be, but you made a longer neck, you may make four wraps. Consistency in all your wraps is the key, not the number of wraps you make.
Note: You will notice in the tutorial photos that the winding wire was never let go and wire wrapped around the tip of the pliers. This is not the way to make a wire wrapped loop if you want to conserve wire, but it is easier for the beginner. When you get better at it, you will drop the wrap wire and change plier positions to wrap, using less wire.