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Adding Safety Chain 2


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  • Wire-Wrapping

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Have you ever lost a bracelet because it came unfastened and you didn't know it? I have - you just about want to cry don't you? Do you have a favorite bracelet you don't wear because you're afraid to lose it? I've had one like that. How about a bracelet with a magnetic clasp that stuck to a grocery cart handle, and you didn't know it? I've had that happen too. :) Well no more - This short tutorial is for a very simple solution to those problems; written for beginners, but just as useful for non-beginners. For this tutorial, I'm using the crystal bracelet from one of my newest tutorials - Back to the Beginning - Beginner Crystal Bracelet - though this technique will work for any number of finished bracelet styles including most commercially made bracelets. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY this was written for beginners

Recommended with this pattern

  • One finished bracelet - can be wire wrapped; strung and finished with crimped ends, or even commercial made. About 1 1/2 inches (3.8cm) 2 - 4 to 6mm jump rings
  • 2 pairs of pliers, either chain nose or flat nose.

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~~~~~Wire Jewelry Tutorials by Bobbi Maw @MyWiredImagination~~~~~ Bobbi Maw is a Master Wire Jewelry Artist, and award-winning jewelry designer based in Kenneth City, Florida. With more than 28 years of experience, she has been published in Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine numerous times, is the Featured Artist for Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine 2017, and has won several awards through Fire Mountain's "Swarovski Crystal Challenge." To learn more about Bobbi and find her finished jewelry, please visit We all die. "The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will." ~Chuck Palahniuk