I started making jewelry about two years ago after a knee surgery left me laid up for an extended period of time. I'm self taught--the internet and library have been great resources for learning how ...
I started making jewelry about two years ago after a knee surgery left me laid up for an extended period of time. I'm self taught--the internet and library have been great resources for learning how to do things. I've just recently begun selling my jewelry online over on Etsy and at local craft shows/farmers markets.
I'm just a small town girl who LOVES to make jewelry. My jewelry style has been described as eclectic, which is a fair assessment. I can't seem to pick just one little niche of jewelry making to stick to, and this lends itself to a wide variety of pieces in a range of materials. From simple to sparkling, casual to elegant, my jewelry is versatile, fun, and flirty!
Be sure to check out my Etsy shop at www.littlehilljewelry.etsy.com
Stop by my Facebook page! www.facebook.com.Jewelrygal26
This pattern makes a really unique, complex looking chainmaille bracelet. The bracelet itself looks great made with all kinds of different metals, from silver to copper to aluminum. In this tutorial, I used aluminum rings because I love how light a metal it is.
Included in this tutorial are over 30 crisp, detailed photos to help you create this really fun bracelet. The end result may look pretty complicated, but I break the construction down into really easy to follow steps. Your friends will be amazed at what you create using this pattern.
And of course, I am always available to answer any questions you may have. My contact information is included at the end of the packet.