Free Chain Maille Tutorials (4/28/2014)
Chain Maille is another versatile jewelry making technique that can add variety to your jewelry. While it can be difficult at first, if you stick with it your hands will get used to working together with two pairs of pliers. It just takes practice and developing “muscle memory”, memories stored in your brain that are much like a cache of frequently enacted tasks for your muscles.
http://theknitguru.com Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:40:53 GMT
Here I have made this wonderful bracelet- a Triple Byzantine Chain. Its just so lovely to touch. You can buy one here…. Or make your own with my instructions as a tutorial on Instructables.com. Later this chain will feature in a Jewellery making competition on Instructables, so please feel free to vote for me. Thank you.
http://www.craftycristian.com Sat, 14 Sep 2013 10:45:42 GMT
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.beading-arts.com Mon, 24 Mar 2014 12:00:00 GMT
I’m not a real aficionado of chain maille, but once in awhile it’s really fun to dabble in, especially when you can whip up a fast and easy (and super-cute) pair of earrings in almost no time! I’m not sure exactly what you would call this pattern of linking your jump rings: it is either a simple 1 x 1 chain with extra loops added to every other link, or it’s a 3 x 1 chain without the second attachment for the outer rings of each 3.
http://www.instructables.com Thu, 25 Oct 2012 02:49:50 GMT
Now I’m still a novice when it comes to chain maille and finally I found time to learn a basic chain maille pattern – Helm Chain Maille and decided to make some earrings.
http://www.craftstylish.com Sat, 12 Apr 2014 07:00:21 GMT
Here I’m gonna to demonstrate you a tutorial on how to make a chainmail bracelet with glass beads. It’s a little complicated, but worth your time and patience. Pattern or design used: My own design – Tutorial on Making Fresh-Color Beaded Chainmail Bracelets
http://www.craftycristian.com Tue, 03 Dec 2013 12:58:51 GMT
The goal of this tutorial is to explain how to make the jens pind weave. For this tutorial you will need rings with an aspect ratio (AR = inner diameter – ID divided by the wire diameter – WD) of ~ 3 amd two pairs of pliers without teeth. I used rings with a wire diameter of 1,17 mm and an inner diameter of 3,5 mm.
In this video I show you once again how to make basic units, and how to connect those units into a length of chain. Once again keep suggesting pepakura files, and hope you like the video and future videos.
Project of today: How to use chainmail in regular jewelry. A little chainmail can really spice up your jewelry!
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