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I have sold many kits of this bracelet tutorial, so why make just sell the tutorial available ? The ladies LOVE this design, so here you go, a step-by-step tutorial, so you can make your own!

The second photo is from a workshop at my studio of some students cuffs.

This tutorial will be in PDF format, which includes, and will be sent to the e-mail attached to your PayPal account. This is a SEVEN page PDF tutorial, filled with step-by-step instructions for how to make a hinged cuff, and large photos. I list all the tools and materials necessary to make the cuff, and I show you step out photos for each process involved. You will cut and saw sheet metal, file, bend it, drill it, and add mini hardware if you choose to attach something to the top. Or buy my "How to solder with Rhinestone Chain" video, and solder rhinestones to the bracelet!

This PDF includes two patterns for you to use as a guide if you choose to, or design your own, using this instruction as a guide.

This tutorial will be in PDF format, which includes the patterns, and will be sent to the e-mail attached to your PayPal account. To view the tutorial you will need a copy of Adobe's Acrobat Reader which you can download for free here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.

This tutorial makes making a hinge so easy. You can use any 24ga sheet metal you like, whether it is nickel, brass, silver or copper, they all work beautifully. You can etch the metal, or buy patterned metal from www.metalsiferous.com as an alternative. Or no pattern at all, still beautiful! They are incredibly comfortable to wear, and are very adjustable.

These are so much fun to make. I have taught this class locally and nationally, and it is a favorite. There are a lot of jewelry techniques involved, I think you will really enjoy making a Hinged Cuff Bracelet.

This tutorial is protected under the international copyright and intellectual property laws. Please do not share, copy or teach this project without approval by me. You may make your own designs and sell them.

Thanks so much, and have a blast making one of these fun cuffs!! They make me swoon every time I wear one of the comfortable cuffs.

Thanks so much, Riki

Cuff patterns are for a 6" by 2" cuff, and a 6" by 1 3/4" cuff.

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