by Elaine Luther
I’m teaching a workshop on Metal Corrugation this semester, so I thought this would be a good time to mention Metal Corrugation by Trish McAleer.
Above is a photo of a simple piece of corrugated sterling I made.
If you want to try metal corrugation, you’ll need the small Industrial Tube Wringer (about $25.00 from Rio) or the large one from Bonny Doon. We’re using both in class.
You can also corrugate wax. And Friskars makes some sturdy corrugators for paper that can be used on very thin metal as well as wax; find them in the scrapbooking aisle.
Here’s an article by Trish McAleer about metal corrugation over at ganoksin. Read it here.