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My signature bracelet -- the Pearl Teardrops Bracelet -- is now available in an easy to learn tutorial!

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at weaving chainmaille? This bracelet is a perfect piece to dive into the world of chainmaille weaving. Wait, you say, it looks REALLY complicated. Truly, honestly, it is not complicated. My tutorial brings you step by step through the process of creating a Teardrops Bracelet with detailed pictures and instructions that even a novice to chainmaille can create. As long as you can close and open jumprings seamlessly and can wire-wrap, you are ready to learn how to create this bracelet.

The weave learned within this tutorial is exceedingly versatile and lends itself to a variety of different looks and pieces. Take a peek at some of the pieces pictured on the right for ideas on how to change the look of this weave. (The instructions for making the variations pictured to the right are NOT included with this tutorial. They are there solely to give you ideas.)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~Skills Required~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Open\/close jumprings seamlessly
* Wire-wrapping

~~~~~~~~~~~~~Tools Needed~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* 2 pair pliers (chain\/flat\/bent nose or any combination thereof)
* 1 round nose pliers
* 1 wire cutters

~~~~~~~~~~~~Materials Needed~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Jumprings
* Beads of your choice
* Headpins
* Clasp

This tutorial is in PDF format which requires a free copy of Adobe's Acrobat Reader. You can download Acrobat Reader for free here: http:\/\/www.adobe.com\/products\/acrobat\/readstep2.html. I will deliver the Tutorial to you via the email address associated with your Etsy account, typically within 6-12 hours from when your payment is received.

Thank you so much for supporting Independent Artisans!!! And have fun with your tutorial!!!

TUTORIAL -- Teardrops Gemstone and Chainmail Bracelet Tutorial -- A Jennifer Casady Signature Design

Overview

  • Materials: tutorial, chainmaille, instructions
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