I am really new to Electronics. I spend time on it as a hobby. I have recently grown my interest on inductors but most of the calculation seems pretty hard to me. Little unsure if what I made can stand 220V AC Mains Current. I have made a Coil of 1000 turns of 32 AWG Annealed Copper Wire whose DC resistance measures 25.5 Ohm. My simple understanding suggests 220V across 25.5 Ohm, approx 8.627 Amps will flow, which seems way too high for this poor coil (I know, since it's inductor, it's not simple a resistive load). I calculated the length of the conductor to be 247.093 foot.
I am basically trying to make a transformer with it. Can I use it as Primary side of my coil?
If yes, then I am expecting the output to be 6V. I have used a 2" X 1" plastic former to wind it. If I expect the transformer to supply 4 Amps at 6V from secondary, which AWG wire (37 Turns Approx) will be suitable?
Please pardon me if the question is too simple. I am kind of stuck, because I still have lot of doubts on these calculations