Free Chain Maille Tutorials (10/7/2013)
http://www.instructables.comMon, 12 Mar 2012 04:36:53 GMT
I guess this should technically be called a helm rose, because it’s made of a section of helm chain joined end to end. In the first few pictures I’ve used bright aluminum for the silver colored rings and anodized aluminum for the blue rings, to add a bit of color. I got the rings and pliers from The Ring Lord, although you can easily make your own rings at home. There are plenty of ‘ibles already out there detailing this process, so I won’t bore you with it (and I generally only do it with larger gauge wire anyway).
http://handmade-jewelry-club.comWed, 25 Sep 2013 09:00:00 GMT
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http://www.jewelschoolfriends.comThu, 06 Sep 2012 03:57:00 GMT
I love the feel and look of jewelry made with intricately woven metals. It feels so similar to fine jewelry, and adds a strength and elegance. Most of all, I like how I can make everything myself — right down to the jump rings! Jewel School’s chain maille mandrel set designed by “The Chain Maille Lady” herself Lauren Andersen makes it easy to round up jump rings at any time.
http://www.craftycristian.comSat, 14 Sep 2013 10:45:42 GMT
The goal of this tutorial is to explain how to make the Japanese 12 in 1 chainmaille weave. Using this tutorial you can also do the Japanese 12 in 2 chainmaille model, but the aspect ratio (AR = the inner diameter – ID divided by the wire diameter – WD) will differ. You can start in multiple ways – either with the big rings closed and the small ones opened, or inverse, or using the free style (opening and closing each ring at its time).
http://www.instructables.comMon, 29 Aug 2011 08:25:19 GMT
This is a simple chain maille earrings called Peacock Chain Earrings. … Find out more about the Peacock Chain Earrings at Handmade Jewelry Club and download more free tutorials at DIY Lessons. peacock chain earrings …
http://www.ellifolks.comMon, 01 Jun 2009 01:02:44 GMT
I first learned chain mail a few years ago in a class at SPLASH, a yearly event held at M.I.T which lasts three days. At SPLASH, M.I.T (Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts) students offer hundreds of different classes which they teach to high school students. The class subjects range from integral calculus to chocolate sculpture to cheese tasting. This bracelet uses the most basic chain mail pattern: the European 4 in 1.
In this video I show you how to create your own earrings at home. It’s quick and easy to do and you won’t need too much to make it. And your jewellery will a…
Join JewelleryMaker and specialist Guest Designer Debbie Bulford for a fun and relaxing day discovering the addictive appeal of Chain Maille. This workshop i…
Zac Miller of Master Maillers shows you how to make a Chainmail Dragonscale Maille Weave Pattern. You can check out his shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/m…