How to Make a Link Bracelet, Story Teller Wire Wrap Bracelet Tutorial

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DIY Link Bracelet tutorial, bracelet instructions, How to Wire Wrap Bracelets

This listing is for the instructions to make this piece of jewelry, not the actual piece or the materials. This is intermediate level project, although the instructions are very clear and thorough, wire workers of all levels could complete this project successfully.

The “Story Teller” is a design idea I had been working on for a very long time, as a way to “tell a story” with a beautiful piece of jewelry. This tutorial provides step by step instructions to create an interlocking hinged link bracelet with a nearly invisible clasp. 21 design ideas and elements included.


Materials for a 7 1/2" (19.1cm) bracelet with 1/2" (1.3cm) square links:
45 inches (114.3 cm) wire – 20 or 21g – square or round half-hard
60 to 100 inches (152.4 to 254cm) round wire - 24ga; 26g; 28g; or 30g dead soft
20ga 1/2 round wire for the hinge wraps - half hard is preferred
11 to 66 beads (your choice)
Note: the difference in materials suggested reflect the 21 different design ideas and elements included in this tutorial.

❤️Tutorial updated March 2013 to include the basic construction of the "Girl Scout" knot featured in most of the variations. Also updated for appearance, some minor tweaks, and metric conversions.
6 pages, 13 steps and 17 photos added for a total 76 photos and 23 pages.

If you have purchased this tutorial from me in the past, and would like the updated file - simply contact me with the email address you used when you originally purchased the tutorial, and I will happily send the file - free of charge!!

I'm super speedy with file delivery, but even I have to sleep sometime. Now receive your files INSTANTLY even if I'm sleeping, or otherwise away from my computer. You will receive an email from CraftHub.me containing links to your new tutorial(s). (Please add MyWiredImagination <postmaster@crafthub.me> to your address book so the email is not rejected) It will be sent to the email address associated with your Etsy account. Links will expire after 3 downloads or 30 days whichever comes first.

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all!!!
wrap happy,
Bobbi

PLEASE respect ownership of intellectual property, and DO NOT post the actual tutorial in forums, blogs and message boards; or share this tutorial in any form.
DIY Link Bracelet tutorial, bracelet instructions, How to Wire Wrap Bracelets

This listing is for the instructions to make this piece of jewelry, not the actual piece or the materials. This is intermediate level project, although the instructions are very clear and thorough, wire workers of all levels could complete this project successfully.

The “Story Teller” is a design idea I had been working on for a very long time, as a way to “tell a story” with a beautiful piece of jewelry. This tutorial provides step by step instructions to create an interlocking hinged link bracelet with a nearly invisible clasp. 21 design ideas and elements included.


Materials for a 7 1/2" (19.1cm) bracelet with 1/2" (1.3cm) square links:
45 inches (114.3 cm) wire – 20 or 21g – square or round half-hard
60 to 100 inches (152.4 to 254cm) round wire - 24ga; 26g; 28g; or 30g dead soft
20ga 1/2 round wire for the hinge wraps - half hard is preferred
11 to 66 beads (your choice)
Note: the difference in materials suggested reflect the 21 different design ideas and elements included in this tutorial.

❤️Tutorial updated March 2013 to include the basic construction of the "Girl Scout" knot featured in most of the variations. Also updated for appearance, some minor tweaks, and metric conversions.
6 pages, 13 steps and 17 photos added for a total 76 photos and 23 pages.

If you have purchased this tutorial from me in the past, and would like the updated file - simply contact me with the email address you used when you originally purchased the tutorial, and I will happily send the file - free of charge!!

I'm super speedy with file delivery, but even I have to sleep sometime. Now receive your files INSTANTLY even if I'm sleeping, or otherwise away from my computer. You will receive an email from CraftHub.me containing links to your new tutorial(s). (Please add MyWiredImagination <postmaster@crafthub.me> to your address book so the email is not rejected) It will be sent to the email address associated with your Etsy account. Links will expire after 3 downloads or 30 days whichever comes first.

Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all!!!
wrap happy,
Bobbi

PLEASE respect ownership of intellectual property, and DO NOT post the actual tutorial in forums, blogs and message boards; or share this tutorial in any form.

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