Seems like all the approaches have slight variations, but the end results look decidedly similar. Interesting, I thought. By the way, my step-by-step process was unlike any of the videos I watched. As a matter of fact, I've decided that mine was by far the simplest approach. I guess some people just like to make things more complicated than they need to be!
So, instead of doing a procedural post -- I mean, you can search YouTube just as well as I can -- I thought I would focus on the different looks that can be achieved with the same basic process.
The simple, no muss, no fuss wrap:
While this may seem a little boring, it does have its purpose in certain designs. For example, the wrap is not bulky and can easily be covered with a large hole silver bead. That's the primary use I have for this type of wrap.
The super-neat-how-did-she-do-that wrap:
Now to the heartbreak part. There are no words to console a bead artist when she has broken gorgeous briolettes. To minimize this, never force too heavy a gauge of wire through the hole (I didn't, I swear). Also, use dead soft wire as opposed to half hard.
Say a silent prayer for the above fluorite and apatite briolettes. Amen.