Chain Maille Patterns (9/21/2015)
I love the look of chain maille and making chain maille jewelry. While there is nothing as elegant and stunning as sterling silver chain maille, silver has been a lot more expensive that when I started. Thank goodness there are aluminum jump rings that not only have beautiful colors, but are wonderfully light as well.
http://www.instructables.com/member/planet9smell/ Sun, 04 May 2014 11:18:43 -0700
Recently, I have posted a German tutorial for a Japanese cross chainmaille bracelet on my blog. I decided to publish the tutorial here as well. It is a documentation of the single steps I take when I make this piece of jewelry. All photos are made by myself. All the rings were ordered from the Blue Buddha Boutique (B3). The matching ring sizes are offered there as kit as you can see in the following sections.
http://www.making-beaded-jewelry.com/bead-shows.html Wed, 27 Nov 2013 20:30:00 -0800
These instructions teach you how to make a box chain weave. A link to a jewelry design idea to make a jewelry set appears at the end of these instructions. The magic number for the box chain weave is four – as in two pairs of jump rings. You will begin the weave with a 2-2-2 starter chain. Once you have completed one weave you will end with a pair of dangling jump rings.
http://www.bluebuddhaboutique.com/blog/ Mon, 24 Aug 2015 14:06:10 -0700
Here are 10 project ideas that are quick (they take less than 2 hours to create, and some can be completed in mere minutes) simple (perfect for beginners), and best of all, the instructions are absolutely FREE. Blue Buddha instructions guide you through the pattern so you succeed each and every time. Most of these projects have all-in-one-kits so you have everything you need to complete the project at your fingertips.
http://www.ellifolks.com/blog/ Sun, 31 May 2009 18:02:44 -0700
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 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.
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/ Thu, 28 May 2015 09:00:45 -0700
There are dozens of chainmaille jewelry patterns to try, from dragon scale to Byzantine and the ever-popular Japanese 12-in-2 that results in a surprising flower pattern. Some, like the dragon scale, are not for the faint of heart but others are suitable for beginners who want to test the waters with chainmaille jewelry patterns. No matter your skill level, arm yourself with one of these chainmaille jewelry patterns — no horse or special armor required.
https://i.materialise.com/blog/ Thu, 02 Oct 2014 14:57:56 -0700
One of the most fascinating things about 3D printing are chainmail patterns, interlocking, and movable parts. The structures of these designs look complex, but they are actually quite simple to make. These kind of structures (often called “nested” parts) can be used for 3D printed jewelry, mechanical structures, complex action figures, decor items, and many other projects.