Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Bracelet 003

Level of difficulty: ♥♥

This is a great project for chainmail beginners. Below are the tools and supplies that you will need for this bracelet.

2x Chain-nose plier

1 x Lobster Claw Clasp
72 x 8mm silver jump rings
2 x 6mm silver jump rings
18 x 6mm round fresh-water pearls

I used 6mm fresh water pearls, and 8mm jump rings to create this chainmail bracelet. You can also try this project with larger round beads of any kind, with jump rings being 2mm larger than the size of the beads. I want a simple and elegant look, so I only used the pale green fresh water pearls that I have on hand. I think the even sized Swarovski crystal pearls or the round crystals will look very nice, too!

You can download the tutorial for this chainmail bracelet HERE.


Icy Jewelry said...

This is a great bracelet, I have to make one for myself.

Anonymous said...

Very elegant with pearls. A great project. Thanks!

BlueStone Of Orcas Island said...

This is beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing work. I am going to try to make one because I just love it, it is so feminine! But it is very intimidating for me. Thanks again :)

Bisou Bisou Beads said...

Great bracelet! There are so many things you could do with it... I can't wait to try it out for myself. I agree with Blue Stone of Orcas Island, though: I looks intimidating!

Jan said...

I'm just loving this design and can't wait to try it out!
Thanks so much for sharing this:)

Pop Champagne said...

I really like this bracelet! It's so classy and elegant looking

Bisou Bisou Beads said...

I tried it and after a little fumbling, I was successful! Just don't use bicones- they'll fall out!