Wire is versatile and an artist can adapt numerous techniques depending on the gauge of wire she uses. I grew up sewing my own clothes and creating with fabric and thread so it's a logical extension of that to sew with wire. Mary Hettmansperger's book, Wrap, Stitch, Fold & Rivet and Susan Lenart Kazmer's Making Connections have chapters devoted to stitching in metal and are worth the read if you're interested like I was in sewing.
Over the past couple of years, I've created sewn pieces combining sentimental "found objects" first and then my own flamework glass. My very first piece was a pottery shard I found while digging in the garden at my parents' farm.
Then, it was on to using one of my glass links with a 10 loop brass ring finding from Ornamentea.
Most recently, I created the sewn ring from scratch using a beach pebble from Lake Huron, brass wire and a brass disk.
Are you exploring a fiber technique in your jewelry designs?