Biker Chain Chic Ring Tutorial

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Biker Chain Chic Ring Tutorial Pattern


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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This project tutorial is listed as an ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE project due to the design skill needed to adapt it to the individual, but has enough pictures and text that those with strong INTERMEDIATE skills can challenge themselves successfully.
  • A student will benefit most if they have a complete understanding of **at least** intermediate wire wrapping skills. It is assumed that you possess at least the basics of simple wrapped coils in small gauges, simple turned loops, and appropriate round wire handling.

Pattern Description:

Lots of texture and technique make this wire and bead ring a beauty! The base is adapted to wire from a well-known beading stitch: Right Angle Weave (RAW) The rest is pure wired goodness!

A few of the techniques you will learn in the 26 pages and over 80 FULL COLOR PHOTOS in this tutorial:

(tm) How to create RAW in wire neatly, closely, and repeatably without mangling or hardening the wire.
(tm) How to get wire through very small spaces and channels without kinking or breaking it.
(tm) How to keep your work close and tight, yet still create room to manipulate the wire.
(tm) Methods for finishing your work neatly and virtually invisibly. (This is THE KEY to professionally finished wirework.)
(tm) There is a Bonus mini tutorial inside: My personal methods for using Liver of Sulfur (LOS) to bring out the detail in your wirework.
(tm) And MUCH, MUCH more

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The materials here will make a size 11 ring (It was made for my husband ) Adjust the materials for your personal ring size


  • These will make a size 11 ring (It was made for my husband ) Adjust the materials for your personal ring size.
  • Round nose pliers
  • Flush cutters
  • Ruler with metric markings
  • awl
  • 26g dead soft wire
  • 44 2mm beads (holes need to have at least 0.65mm diameter- preferred is 0.9mm
  • 22 3mm beads ( holes need to have at least roughly 1.02mm diameter)
  • NOTE:Size 11 Delicas have a 0.8mm hole diameter. I'm using metal seed beads (such as those sold at Size 11 metal seed beads correspond to 2mm , Size 8 metal seeds correspond to 3mm.

About Designer

About Designer

Perri Jackson on

TIRED OF LOOKING at page after page of messy, poorly finished, amateurish jewelry, then suffering through half-explained techniques? Want to walk away with new skills instead of a new recipe?

Producing quality work doesn't mean you need to take a lot of extra time - but it does mean you need to learn the skills. All of my tutorials are chock full of tips to help you learn to create and design ...

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