Wirewrap sockets are mounted on a card, then wire is wrapped around a pin and connected to another pin.
I use socket strips like these,http://www.king-cart.com/phoenixent/product=SOCKETS+WIRE+WRAP+DIP+%2526+SIP/exact_match=exact
or sometimes sockets if I have them the right size. Usually just lengths of strips tho.
Solder down the 2 ends, maybe a pin in the middle if its a longer length.
I use the Modified hand wirewrap tool, has a built in stripper in the handle. Slide the wire thru ~3/4", pull it down to catch the cutter, and slide it out.
Have a little pair of wire cutters to cut the wire to length, and a small pair of needle nose pliers to hold the wire as I start twisting to keep it from getting tight around a corner when spacing is tight enough that I can't just press a finger on the wire.
End result is nice neat board, very secure connections, quick to assemble, easy to make changes or fix mistakes.
I used to buy rolls of 100' 30 guage wire here & there, recently bought four 500' rolls to take advantage of the economy of scale pricing.
Thought I had lost my wirewrap tool also (had it since early 80's), so I bought one each both on this page - and then found my original, so now I have 3.