I love making chainmaille jewelry, and I love teaching it as well. The tutorial is geared toward a beginner (so if you’re not, please forgive the over-explanations!), but I do assume that the chainmailler knows how to open and close jump rings, flush tight and close. More tutorials will be forthcoming as my time allows.
I’ve just finished uploading a FREE chainmaille tutorial to www.craftycatjumprings.com! It’s a combination of Basic Spiral Weave with a Jens Pind variation and a project making these Mini Twist Jens Pind Earrings!
Vovs Jewellelry shares with us her tutorial for making chainmaille bracelets. Siobhan explains that. “this is a well explained tutorial on how to make chainmaille bracelets using the Byzantine Weave. It uses clear photos and point by point instructions.” I completely agree! I wondered how bracelets like these were made, now I know! Check it out and learn how to create your own Chainmaille Byzantine Weave Bracelet in variety of colors!
Choo Choo Train Chain Maille Bracelet & Earrings tutorial! This tutorial is based on variation from European 1 in 4 technique to create an elegantly simple bracelet. Using the same technique you can also create earrings. Let’s learning the pattern!
This can be worn on a chain as a pendant, or you can make two, attach earwires, and wear them as earrings! I also have a matching bracelet that I also sell a kit for. I’m hoping to post a bracelet tutorial as well, but it will probably not be for a while. One can use this tutorial and easily adapt it for the bracelet if wished.