I tie the end of the wire to a nail after threading it through the holes in the frame. I thought it would be as easy as grabbing the other end and pull it tight but, it won't tighten around a corner. So I try one wire at a time. Pull the first wire tight and work the slack around the corner to the next level. After pulling that one tight the ends sort of bow in a little and the first is loose. As I pull one of the levels the sides bow in and loosens the others. If I don't pull it that hard then the level I am working on doesn't get tight. It would work out great if it would pull around a corner, then the bowed frame sides would tighten all of it at once.
Is this making sense?
Now if I could somehow put a turn buckle in there, It still would not tighten around a corner. I have seen some metal eyelets in betterbee catalogue. Would those let the wire slide around them? I do have them on order but will be over a week getting here.
I have thought about taking a clamp and bowing the sides in, then thread the wire as tight as I can then take the clamp off letting the un=bowing pull the wires tight. You think they will get tight enough that way?