For magnetic field analysis by edge elements of the magnetic components, the method considering inhomogeneous current distribution within the conductor windings is investigated. To consider the inhomogeneous current distribution within the windings, we utilized the magnetic vector potential represented by edge elements and the current conservation equation represented by nodal elements in the region of the windings. In the first application, the eddy-current model, which has the conventional wire winding, was analyzed. For correct analysis using our method, it is required that all turns of the wire winding be divided into meshes. However, if the region of the wire winding does not exceed the winding window of the magnetic core, even the combination of our method and the solidly modeled wire winding enables us to correctly analyze the transformer and the inductor with conventional wire winding. In the second application, a flat transformer with conductor winding, such as a copper foil or sheet, was analyzed. The magnetic flux densities within the flat core and the inductance calculated by our method were in good agreement with the experiments. Thus, we confirmed the effectiveness of our method considering inhomogeneous current distribution within the conductor windings.